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#272374 22-Jun-2020 19:03
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Hey everyone, 

 

Shelly Wifi home automation relays, dimmers etc now have started the process to certify their devices with AU/NZ certs.

 

The Shelly 1PM now has the NZ cert and they are working through all the rest now.

 

A copy of the cert is available in their Facebook support group, I have attached as well.

 

Happy days :-)

 

 


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  #2510067 22-Jun-2020 21:29
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That is bloody amazing!! Hopefully we get some stock closer to NZ too then - worst thing is waiting for your stuff to come haha.


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  #2510431 23-Jun-2020 12:58
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This is SO good - thank you for letting us know!


 
 
 
 


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  #2510433 23-Jun-2020 12:59
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That's Brilliant!

 

 

 

they sure did it alot faster than wimos...





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  #2510443 23-Jun-2020 13:18
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Awesome to hear! I ordered 2 to try out a couple weeks ago so if they work out then this will be great.

 

With certification, can a home user legally wire them where light switches were, or do we still need an electrician to ok it?


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  #2510771 23-Jun-2020 18:12
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Wow. Amazing news. Just ordered some.




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  #2510783 23-Jun-2020 18:26
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Are there any conditions on this certification?

 

I read that Australian certified Sonoff products shipped without the GPIO ports exposed.


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  #2510788 23-Jun-2020 18:31
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SirHumphreyAppleby:

Are there any conditions on this certification?


I read that Australian certified Sonoff products shipped without the GPIO ports exposed.



Must add one dremel to the shopping list too.




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  #2510796 23-Jun-2020 18:54
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As much as I want to trust random posts on the Internet, when it comes to compliance matters I think some caution is appropriate.

 

Here is the link to the document on the Global-Mark Website.

 

https://public.global-mark.com.au:8443/certificate.nsf/1/21462FF0D652F6A2CA25858F0055B14C/$file/Attachment.pdf


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  #2510799 23-Jun-2020 19:00
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There don't appear to be any conditions on the document.

 

The Shelly guys do seem to be sticking to the rules. This video has an interview of one the Shelly engineers on UL certification:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92b26PI6Z3c





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  #2512557 26-Jun-2020 07:03
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Shelly 1 is now certified.

https://www.global-mark.com.au/certificate-search/

Search for Allterco




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  #2512631 26-Jun-2020 10:00
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Awesome news, I was just looking at these.


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  #2512712 26-Jun-2020 10:47
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hairy1: Shelly 1 is now certified.

https://www.global-mark.com.au/certificate-search/

Search for Allterco

 

Interestingly, the Shelly 1 explicitly states a 16A incandescent or LED load in the rating column, while the 1PM indicates a more general 16A relay rating. Does that mean the Shelly 1 cannot be used for other loads or with GPOs?

 

For those of you waiting for local stock, I ordered two of the 1PM models from Shelly EU June 23. I had shipping notification within 2.5 hours despite their site claiming it would ship on July 3.


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  #2512763 26-Jun-2020 11:57
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SirHumphreyAppleby:

 

For those of you waiting for local stock, I ordered two of the 1PM models from Shelly EU June 23. I had shipping notification within 2.5 hours despite their site claiming it would ship on July 3.

 

 

FYI I ordered 5/6, shipped 8/6 and departed EU 17/6. Expecting it to be here by 1st week of July hopefully... 


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  #2512765 26-Jun-2020 11:58
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SirHumphreyAppleby:

 

Interestingly, the Shelly 1 explicitly states a 16A incandescent or LED load in the rating column, while the 1PM indicates a more general 16A relay rating. Does that mean the Shelly 1 cannot be used for other loads or with GPOs?

 

 

I'm looking to get a few for some automation, in my previous house I just used Hue bulbs but it's all downlights in the new place. I'm not too worried about tracking power usage, is the 1PM still worth spending the extra money on? A couple of the lights are also wired with two switches, will the Shellys still work OK?


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  #2512786 26-Jun-2020 12:34
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Yes. You can with the Shelly.

 

There are a few videos about it. It is going to depend on what you find behind the wall.

 

Here's a video with all the scenarios:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5NXpNfQ31s

 

Cheers.

 

 

 

 





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