Lightwave Reveals New Smart Mini Relay

LightwaveRF L82 Mini Relay

LightwaveRF have introduced the new L82 Mini Relay which promises to bring even more flexibility, control and additional smart features to the their range.

The new relay is Lightwave’s most versatile device yet, and is an installer’s best friend due to the flexibility of where it can be placed and the wide range of uses both in and out of the home. This includes water features, garage doors and lighting circuits operated wirelessly from a Lightwave Smart Dimmer.

The little module fits in a standard 35mm back box and measures just 54 mm x 68 mm x 27 mm. It can be added to any electrical circuit up to 500w offering both On/Off and Open/Stop/Close functions.

That makes it able to control everything from bathroom lights, water pumps and cookers to gates and a great application for this is the signal to drive motorised blinds up and down. It operates ‘volts-free’ giving you on/off control of the device on that circuit without actually controlling the power to the device.

Lightwave also say this is just the first product in an upcoming range of Smart Relays which all connect wirelessly to their Link Plus hub and are compatible with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa and Google Home.

Available from Amazon

lightwaverf.com : LightwaveRF range on Amazon.


Last update on 2021-05-16 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

6 Comments on "Lightwave Reveals New Smart Mini Relay"

  1. So how does L82 differ from its predecessor LW821? Did exactly the same as described about the L82

  2. Alex (Lightwave) | November 11, 2019 at 12:30 pm |

    The L82 Smart Mini Relay has all the features of the previous LW821, but adds 2-way communication with the Lightwave Link Plus Hub and App. This allows you to check the device status (on/off etc), control the device using Apple HomeKit (if applicable), and to be part of Lightwave ‘automations’ adding functionality such as grouping, timers, and the ability to automatically trigger other Lightwave devices under conditions set using the App (e.g. you could set the Relay to automatically turn on lights if a gate / door was opened).

  3. @Alex from Lightwave – Many thanks for the clarification

  4. I really like this article sounds interesting one and really worth one honestly recommend this.

  5. Neil Addison | January 2, 2020 at 7:55 pm |

    Hi
    Will the new L82 relay work with the connect wireless switches?

  6. The previous versions kept malfunctioning. It would usually not turn off after switching on. The relay component on the circuit are very cheap hence it fails very easily.
    This new version looks the same but in black.

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