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Topic # 240631 17-Sep-2018 21:26
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Wondering if anyone has made any progress on completing an SDOC for importing the Sonoff T1 series of switches. I would be interested in partnering up with some people to get this to go through testing locally if need be. I have approached ITead about getting CCC in China (which would be sufficient) but no response yet.


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  Reply # 2092217 17-Sep-2018 23:01
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Would be interested if it would have any chance of passing. All the other glass fronted chinese switches I have seen dont have a show with exposed mounting screws and covers that just pop off without tools exposing circuitboards. I didnt the sonoff one yet because I got others off aliexpress that offered a 4 way one, but the 2 way from the range had the same problem that the terminals were so bad, and the screws so long that when you had 2 wires in (the max that would fit) then the screw was so proud of the case that it would hit onto the C clamp if it was that way around, and the other way it would be possibly contacting the gib depending on the hole sizing.





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