SONOFF Expands Its Zigbee Line with New Thermometer and Smart Switch

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SONOFF continues to broaden its impressive Zigbee product collection, introducing innovative solutions that extend beyond competitive pricing. The latest offerings are designed for users who value the convenience of hidden smart switches and the advancements in smart sensor technology, marking these new entries as notable considerations.


Introducing the Compact SONOFF ZBMINI-L2 Smart Switch

The SONOFF ZBMINI-L2 stands out as one of the tiniest Zigbee smart switches on the market, with dimensions of just 39.5 × 32 mm. This makes it significantly smaller than both its predecessor, the ZBMINI, which measures 54 × 45 mm, and its competitor, the Aqara Single Switch Module T1, with dimensions of 43 × 40 mm. Despite its diminutive size, which may affect its load capacity relative to larger counterparts, it's fully equipped to control lighting effectively.

For those installing in spaces without neutral wires, the ZBMINI-L2 offers a practical solution. It eliminates the need for a neutral wire, although this means it lacks power consumption measurement capabilities. However, it supports control via a physical switch, making it an ideal option for behind-the-wall installations in lighting systems.

Image showing three SONOFF SNZB-02D Zigbee thermometers with LCD screens, depicting temperature and humidity readings. The thermometers have a square shape with rounded corners and are designed to stand upright. The display shows a temperature of 18.9°C and humidity at 62.5%, with icons indicating battery life and signal strength. Two of the thermometers are front-facing, and one is shown from the back, revealing a 3M adhesive pad for mounting.
Image displaying the SONOFF ZBMINI-L2 Smart Switch, with dimensions labelled as 39.5 mm by 32 mm. The switch is white with an orange lower segment and features a prominent SONOFF logo. It includes four terminal connectors labelled 'L Out', 'L in', 'S1', and 'S2', as well as a round button and a Wi-Fi signal icon, indicating its connectivity feature.

The SONOFF SNZB-02D Zigbee Thermometer: Now with a Display

The SONOFF SNZB-02D addresses a gap in the market for Zigbee thermometers that feature a display, offering an alternative to the cumbersome setup required for Xiaomi's Bluetooth devices.

SONOFF's latest thermometer model isn't just about aesthetics; it's packed with high-quality components, including a Swiss-made sensor renowned for its precision. The device promises a temperature accuracy of ±0.2 ℃ and humidity accuracy of ±2% RH, matching the performance of traditional wet-dry bulb hygrometers in identical conditions.

Elevating the Smart Home Experience with SONOFF's Zigbee Innovations

In conclusion, SONOFF's latest Zigbee offerings—the ZBMINI-L2 smart switch and the SNZB-02D thermometer—are poised to significantly impact the smart home industry. These products not only cater to the demand for unobtrusive smart switches and highly accurate thermometers with display capabilities but also highlight SONOFF's commitment to innovation and quality.

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About Liam Alexander Colman

is an experienced Home Assistant user who has been utilizing the platform for a variety of projects over an extended period. His journey began with a Raspberry Pi, which quickly grew to three Raspberry Pis and eventually a full-fledged server. Liam's current operating system of choice is Unraid, with Home Assistant comfortably running in a Docker container.
With a deep understanding of the intricacies of Home Assistant, Liam has an impressive setup, consisting of various Zigbee devices, and seamless integrations with existing products such as his Android TV box. For those interested in learning more about Liam's experience with Home Assistant, he shares his insights on how he first started using the platform and his subsequent journey.

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