Swidget 15A & 20A Smart Ready Outlet

EIN Swidget 15 20 400

November 2, 2021

The 20A Outlet and 15A Outlet have the ability to allow function specific Inserts to be installed/removed/swapped making this platform an optimal choice for renovations and new construction. The Swidget Outlet is installed using the same wiring as a standard wall receptacle and when paired with a Swidget Insert turns into a powerful and flexible Smart Home device. The swapability of the Inserts ensures that this will work with Smart Home wireless systems now and in the future.

The Swidget product line targets the Home Automation and Smart Home markets with a unique future-proof solution. Swidget currently offers eight smart Inserts with different functionalities including Wi-Fi control, indoor air quality sensor, temperature, humidity, and motion sensors, as well as a USB charger guide light, and emergency lighting. They can all be controlled from anywhere with the Swidget App for iOS/Android or Alexa and Google Home.

Additionally, Swidget devices have current sensors that monitor power consumption accurately and in real-time. These energy-use insights provide important notification alerts such as: Power On, Over Limit Consumption, Lost Connection, Power out, etc. These alerts will help homeowners understand their energy consumption and make changes to develop sustainable habits in their energy usage and cut energy costs.

15A Smart-Ready Outlet

Input Power Rating: 125VAC, 15A

DC Output: 5VDC@2A>

Load Ratings:

Operating Temperature: -10˚ to 40˚C

NEMA: 5-15R

Taper Resistant Shutters

Color: White

Indoor Installation Only

Listed: c ETL us, UL1310, UL498, CSA C22.2 #42, #223

20A Smart-Ready Outlet

Input Power Rating: 125VAC, 20A

DC Output: 5VDC@2A>

Load Ratings:

  • Resistive: 2400W
  • Horsepower Rating: 1 HP
  • Inductive: 8A@125VAC (PF 0.4)

Operating Temperature: -10˚ to 40˚C

NEMA: 5-20R

Taper Resistant Shutters

Color: White

Indoor Installation Only

Listed: c ETL us, UL1310, UL498, CSA C22.2 #42, #223

Features

  • Universal compatibility – user replaceable Swidget Inserts allow this to work with various wireless platforms, now and in the future.
  • Independent direct power monitoring for each of the two (2) receptacles.
  • Plug and play Inserts feature a wide range of functional options spanning smart home and stand-alone applications that no other Smart Home platform can accomplish.
  • Future proof – with the removable Swidget Inserts you can upgrade, move, and reconfigure receptacles without any re-wiring.
  • User safe, employing a certified Class 2 power output for the Swidget cavity.

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