R 489.00
Availability: 10 In Stock

We developed Shelly 2.5 to have a maximum load of 2 x 2,300w or 2 x 10A.

An Independent dual power metering for each channel allows you to monitor the status and history, as well as the current and past electrical consumption.

Control any 110-230v roller shutter, motorised curtain or awning.

With a Shelly 2.5 you can open or close your garage door with a single tap, or even with your voice.

Controlling roller shutters, garage doors, barriers or any bi-directional motor has never been easier.

Smaller than two cookies stacked together, a Shelly 2.5 can fit anywhere, under the existing wall console even if there are a lot of cables. It’s 30% smaller than a Shelly 1PM and 5% smaller than Shelly.


Features:

    • Power supply:
    • - 110-230V ±10% 50/60Hz AC

      - 4-60V DC


    • Max load per channel:
    • - 10A/230V, 50/60Hz


    • Working temperature:
    • - – 40°C up to 40°C


    • Radio signal power:
    • - 1mW


    • Radio protocol:
    • - Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n


    • Frequency:
    • - 2400 – 2500 MHz


    • Operational range (depending on local construction):
    • - Up to 50 m outdoors

      - Up to 30 m indoors


    • Dimensions (HxWxL):
    • – 39 x 36 x 17 mm


    • Electrical consumption:
    • – <1 W


Benefits:

  • Wireless - No HUB required – Connect Shelly 2.5 directly to your Wi-Fi at home.
  • Control remotely - Control the lighting at home, no matter where you are.
  • Highly compatible - Compatible with Android, iOS, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Control your appliance with your voice.
  • Wide range of voltage support - Shelly 2.5 can be used to control a wide range of devices and appliances.
  • Sunrise/Sunset schedules - Shelly 2.5 can automatically follow the sunrise and sunset and control your lighting accordingly.
  • Weekly schedules - Choose a time and set your lighting to turn on/off.
  • Overheating protection - Internal temperature sensor for overheating protection.
  • Dual power metering - Two integrated precise power meters that allow you to measure the consumption for each channel separately.