KUDLED - UK 1/2/3 Gang Switch

What are peoples thoughts on this ?



Looks to me like its only need 2 wires for install and worls with standard ZIGBEE HA Protocal - is this the uk smart seitch savior or am i missing something ?

Could you install one of these at each switch you needed and create a device type for it and have it control dimmer modules in the ceiling above fitments etc through smartthings for instance ?

I guess that depends on what you want to do with it. It does require a neutral, but not a ground. It does look like it can handle up to 3 loads, each requiring their own additional wire. It doesn’t specify what version of Zigbee HA it supports. so it looks like more info is needed to know how or if it can work with ST.


Also found this :wink: has tad more info on the zigbee side of things and mentions zigbee HA version

The uk NEEEEEEDS a smart switch that doesnt require neutral as 99% of us dont have neutrals nore deep back boxes on internal walls for modules - hence going the deaperate lengths of finding hope on aliexpress hahahah

I wouldn’t trust that device @ all the frequencies are all wrong for zigbee.


The one thing every uk smart home user wants and nobody creates it . . . Arghhhhhhhhh hahahaha

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I have tried the bulbs, lightstrips, and remote controls from Kudled, and they work with smartthings. They are ZLL.

I’m not sure about the 1/2/3 gang switch…

Do they work out of the box?

I’m close to pulling the plug on a set of these bulbs and would like to know if all I need is the remote and the bulbs.

Yes. The bulbs work out of the box.

Just to confirm, This Remote http://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-KUDLED-remoter-by-2-4G-RF-with-Zigbee-technology-for-KUDLED-lights-and-switches-free/32544185507.html?spm=2114.17010208.99999999.264.vniX7i
and this bulb http://www.aliexpress.com/item/8W-Intelligent-remote-control-led-seven-color-of-RGB-with-e27-by-2-4g-wireless-controller/32504401144.html?spm=2114.17010208.99999999.261.vniX7i are among the ones you’ve tested?

Yes. I have tested them and they work with ST too.

Do note, I didn’t get them from that seller, I purchased from Kudled China store directly.

Interesting I have one of these Switches sat in my shed at the moment. I assumed at the time it wasn’t compatible because smart things couldn’t pick it up. but moving to an in wall switch and discovered it was actually a distance problem instead.

I’ll have to find somewhere to install the switch but I’ll try to give it a go in the house this week.

Be careful, they have 2 versions of the colour bulbs. ZigBee or proprietary 2.4ghz

I ordered the ZigBee one but they shipped me the other.

I ordered directly from China taobao shop as well .

I had just placed order for the 3 gang to try. Fingers crossed.

As expected, managed to discover the device.

But no working device driver. Work in progress

progress is being made with the assistance of @sticks18.

I can control each switch singularly by hardcoding the endpointId.

Now to learn how to combine 3 endpoints into one.

@simic @Sticks18

Would you be able to share the device type for Kudled switch?

Check out Schneider Electric’s ULTI range of switches. Part of this range is Zigbee-fied… I have one of them (on off switch, not dimmer) and it works out of the box with my ST hub and best of all is, no neutral required.

I couldn’t find this in Amazon or ebay. I guess you need to contact Schneider Electric or their distributor in your area. I got mine coz I work in Schneider :wink:

Then you need to speak to your bosses and tell them they are missing a HUGE opportunity by not actively marketing the EZInstall3 range here in the UK!!!


They only cater for 3 markets according to the website. US, UK and Australia. If so, then why is it so difficult to find? Sounds like a huge amount of effort gone into R&D, design, production and launch… Then nothing, no marketing no distribution.

The bosses scratching their heads going why aren’t we selling any? What a waste of time and resource.

Having said all of that, I think a lot of people would like a traditional “Switchy McSwitchface” light switch, with either ZigBee or Z-Wave built into the backplate. Much more likely to pass the Wife Acceptance test than press-button light switches.

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