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Topic # 225617 27-Nov-2017 08:43
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I have a Wemo Insight switch controlling a table lamp in a bedroom. The Wemo's own power light that highlights its on/off switch is quite bright at night and I'm wondering if there's a setting to disable it. I can't find a setting in the app, but wondered if there's a way to access more advanced configuration options.

 

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Pete.


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  Reply # 1908420 27-Nov-2017 13:04
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Duct Tape...I have some and it's what I do with those pesky LED's.


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  Reply # 1912869 4-Dec-2017 19:01
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As far as I know, there isn't an option to dim this light.

 

But that's really interesting feedback to hear. I'd highly recommend wiring these sort of smart switches internally, then there's no light at all and it just looks like a regular switch.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1912889 4-Dec-2017 19:29
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echoit:

As far as I know, there isn't an option to dim this light.


But that's really interesting feedback to hear. I'd highly recommend wiring these sort of smart switches internally, then there's no light at all and it just looks like a regular switch.



Just like the WeMo Light Switch, if they are still being sold. :-)




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  Reply # 1912895 4-Dec-2017 19:36
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We use the Aeotec range. https://aeotec.com/


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