Model # BH1810

Internet #205824507

Bayit Home Automation On/Off Switch Wi-Fi Socket

Discontinued Bayit Home Automation

On/Off Switch Wi-Fi Socket

  • Remote- Control your appliance On/Off functions from anywhere
  • Plug & Play- Intuitive, easy to setup and use.
  • Set schedules- Set your appliances to adjust automatically
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Product Overview

Bayit Switch Wi-Fi enabled socket connects your appliances and electronics to your Wi-Fi network, allowing remote on and off control to your appliances/devices from anywhere in the world. Turn on your AC when you are on the way home or set your lamp on a schedule to make it look like someone is home when you are not, all from the comfort of your mobile device. With so many ways to use it, Bayit Switch will find a task in any home.

  • Remote on/off- control your appliances on and off functions from anywhere and everywhere using your android or iOS mobile devices 3G/4G/Wi-Fi internet connection
  • Plug and play- intuitive, easy to setup and use, download the free Bayit switch application, plug in the socket and follow the onscreen instructions- complete setup in under 2 minutes
  • Set schedules- set your appliances to turn on/off automatically when you want them to cut your energy bill by setting your devices to turn off when you're not around
  • Various uses Bayit switch can be used with any appliance that you plug in, fans, wall ac units, space heaters, lamps, televisions and more
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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this work with Samsung SmartThings hub?

Asked by: Wolfman
No it will not.
Answered by: Bayit Home Automation
Date published: 2016-11-28

Does it work with xfinity home ?? and is it dimmable?

Does it work with xfinity home ?? and is it dimmable?
Asked by: Mitch
It works with Xfinity internet. It has no dimming capability.: it is either ON or OFF,controlled by yor smartphone.
Answered by: Sebastian
Date published: 2016-11-01

Can you have multiple switches on one router and working independently?

Asked by: Dowrh
Answered by: Sebastian
Date published: 2016-11-01

Does this work on the whole house

I want all lights in the house to go on at the same time and go off at the same time. I am a Realtor and I want the property show at its best. Is it possible for the showing agent to turn on the lights when entering and turn them off on exit? How can it be done.... additional controls needed, etc? I am non-techie!
Asked by: Sierra
Answered by: Sebastian
Date published: 2016-11-01
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Customer Reviews

On/Off Switch Wi-Fi Socket is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A new device for Home Automation enthusiasts. The Bayit Power outlet is a new addition to the Home automation. The Wi-Fi enabled socket connects your appliances and electronics to your Wi-Fi network, allowing remote on and off control to your appliances/devices from anywhere in the world. The possibilities are endless. It is very simple to install and operate, with your Smartphone. Installation takes about 5 minutes. The Power outlet is rated 10 Amps, that is about 1200 watts on 120 vac power. But it is safe to use about 1000 watts. I tried my electric tea kettle for testing purpose, and it worked fine. Overall, it is a very good device, and I would surely recommend to all Home Automation enthusiasts.
Date published: 2015-02-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from $10 less then WeMo Switch- Carries fewer Watts 1200W vs. 1800W and harder to set up than WeMo I started off with a challenge Configuration successful and no devices found Bayit technical support suggested I move the switch closer to the router Going from 20' to 1' helped me get the switch was configured. After initial setup, I relocated the switch to my desired location and it worked OK at that location I also tried the switch at a location farther from my router at it proved dependably undependable.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Set up is a pain. Okay be ready to be frustrated. If it goes good for you, you are above the curve. Instructions in the box do not tell you everything. Before you start throwing things look on the web site. After an hour of doing everything about 4 times I looked on line. In the box you will find a note saying "WE'RE HERE TO HELP!" After you stop laughing as there is NO PHONE NUMBER TO CALL! You have to make up a ticket which they will contact you. Well that was 3 hours ago. No call or email. I found on line my problem. Using the AP setup it kept switching my router to a WIWO at t he top section. Down in the middle you'll see your router, pick it. Just follow the instructions on line. After that. We'll see how it works.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from save your money Quit after a few days. No support from compaany. Told they would replace but never got it! Would give them less that one star if i could.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nifty Product At first I struggled to get this working. But then I realized I have a non-standard router configuration for this switch (I have a standard Apple router) and it was easy to figure out the issue and get it working. The socket plugs into your outlet and then you plug what you want into the socket. It is easy to turn on and off. I think it's neat that you can control it from another location. I could see that being useful if you maybe had a light plugged into it that you wanted on or off, or perhaps a coffee maker that you forgot to turn off. I think the calendar function is great, too. I plan on using it for my Bunn coffee maker which doesn't have a built in timer function. You can also use a countdown feature to have something turn on for a set amount of time. The socket is relatively inconspicuous. White, small and only a small light to indicate if it's on I don't think anyone would be bothered by (or generally notice) it's appearance.
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the trouble Bought this switch and it worked fine for awhile. After the software updated on my phone the scheduler did not work anymore. Tried everything to get it working. Contacted customer support and after awhile they sent me a replacement unit. Got it and that switch wouldn't ever power on. Not sure I want to waste my time getting another replacement considering the history of the first two. Steer clear...
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use ! I use this at my Lake house to turn my lamps on/off when nobody is there. super easy to set up. Product worked as described.
Date published: 2015-02-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good Idea - Needs Improvement The idea of a WiFi controlled socket is great and I was excited to try these for 3 lights that were on manual timers. The setup was pretty easy, and once I had them programed and deployed they worked fine turning lights on/off. Once they were set up, if I tried to turn and light on or off manually, I would almost always get a message stating that the "socket" wasn't on line. Meaning it wasn't on my network. Also, the on/off schedules for each socket can only be modified when the router can "see" them, which is not the case most of the time. This is frustrating when you have to make adjustments for the changes in sunset times often. As a result, I'm finding that I have to unplug the socket and plug it in by my router to adjust the timer, and then plug it back in. I have a Netgear R6300 dual channel router which I can pick up at my neighbors house, so I know that it's not an issue on my end. I also e-mailed customer support with a question and never received a response.
Date published: 2015-09-08
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