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Shelly Uni Device Smart Control

Main Controls

Below the Main Controls heading, observe the Shelly Device voltage in Volts (V).

The power button is at the bottom of this page. Click the power button to turn your device On/Off. Your device is on when there is a blue ring around the power button , and is off when the ring is gray.

Notifications

If you have Shelly Device notifications, they will appear on this tab.

Activity log

Observe the recorded history of the Shelly Device events. See the date, time and type of action executed such as the Device being switched On/Off.

Timer

Allows you to manage the power supply automatically. You may use:

  • Auto on: After turning off, the relay output will be automatically turned on after a predefined time (in seconds). Click the Save button to save any changes made.

  • Auto off: After turning on, the relay output will be automatically turned off after a predefined time (in seconds). Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Schedule

Click the Add schedule button to create a schedule. Create a weekly schedule for the day(s) and time(s) you want the Shelly Device to turn On/Off automatically. You may add up to 20 weekly schedules. Set up the following settings, and navigate between pages by clicking the NEXT or BACK buttons.

  • Select the day(s) of the week.

  • Choose time interval: Time, or Sunrise / Sunset, and set the time for the specified day(s):

    • Time: Click up/down button, or type in a number, to set a time in hours and minutes.

    • Sunset / Sunrise: The Shelly device may turn on/off automatically at sunrise/sunset, or at a specified time Before/After Sunrise/Sunset. Select the time in hours and minutes from the dropdown menus.

  • Select action: Set the action as on / off.

  • Click the Save button to save the schedule.

Once the schedule has been created, it will appear as a rectangular box on the main Schedule page for the Shelly Device. On this box, you can see the schedule details such as the days of the week, action and time. You can enable/disable schedules by clicking the toggle button at the top of this page. You can edit the schedule by clicking on the edit pencil icon on the right, and delete the schedule by clicking the trash icon on the right. Please note this function requires a working connection to the Internet.

Actions

Use events to trigger http endpoints. Add URLs to execute when the actions are complete. Click the edit pencil icon of the action you wish to activate. Click the + Add URL button to add up to 5 URLs per action, which will be executed one after the other. Click the trash icon if you wish to delete a URL. Click the Save button once you have added your URLs.

Add URLs to the following actions:

  • Output On

  • Output Off

  • Button On

  • Button Off

  • Long Push

  • Short push

Click the toggle button to enable the action. This function requires a working connection to the Internet. Please note that more than two URLs per action can affect the normal operation of the device depending on the network infrastructure and controlled devices.

ADC Actions

Use events to trigger http endpoints. Add URLs to execute when the ADC (analog-to-digital converter) actions are complete. Click the edit pencil icon of the action you wish to activate in order to add URLs.

Add URLs to the following actions:

  • ADC Over

  • ADC Under

Follow these steps to add URLs:

  • Click the edit pencil icon next to the action to which you wish to add URLs.

  • Input the Over/Under-ADC Threshold value.

  • Click the + Add URL button to add up to 5 URLs per action, which will be executed one after the other. Click the trash icon if you wish to delete a URL.

  • Set the URLs to be executed One time / Repeatedly.

  • Click the Save button once you have added your URLs.

Click the toggle button to enable the action. This function requires a working connection to the Internet. Please note that more than two URLs per action can affect the normal operation of the device depending on the network infrastructure and controlled devices.

ADC Automation

  • Over-ADC threshold: Input a value in milli-Volts (mV) for the Over-ADC threshold.

  • Over-ADC action: Select the Over-ADC action from the dropdown menu. Choose from the following options:

    • Disabled

    • Relay on

    • Relay off

  • Under-ADC threshold: Input a value in milli-Volts (mV) for the Under-ADC threshold.

  • Under-ADC action: Select the Under-ADC action from the dropdown menu. Choose from the following options:

    • Disabled

    • Relay on

    • Relay off

  • Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Networks

Wi-Fi

Register Shelly Device to connect to up to 2 different Wi-Fi networks. Either input or select the Wi-Fi network. Can select an open network, and also set a static IP address. Enable Wi-Fi 1, or Wi-Fi 2, or both at the same time. If both Wi-Fi 1 and Wi-Fi 2 are enabled, and Shelly Device disconnects from one of the networks, it will connect to the other. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Access Point

Click the checkbox to enable this function. Enable to configure Shelly Device to create a Wi-Fi Access Point (AP), to which you can connect. Observe the SSID. Set a password to protect your device’s access point to secure your network from unauthorized access. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Restrict login

Restrict the web interface of the Shelly Device with a username and password. Click the checkbox to enable this function. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Cloud

Enable to connect Shelly Device to its cloud. This allows you to control it remotely, and receive notifications and updates about your devices. Click the toggle button to enable this function. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Application Settings

Appliance Type

Select the appliance type to which the Shelly Device is connected to. Choose one of the following from the dropdown menu: Lighting / Entertainment / Heating/cooling / Refrigeration / Laundry & cleaning / Cooking / Pool and Garden / Electric vehicle / Ventilation / Grid source / Solar source / Water heater / Roller / Other. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Consumption Calculation

Click the checkbox to enable/disable exclusion of device from total room/account consumption.

Input State Display

Click the toggle button to add input state identifier to the power button. Turn on the indicator for the current status of the physical switch connected to Shelly Device. When enabled, a small line appears on the power button, below the power symbol . A red line indicates the physical switch is off, while a blue line indicates the physical switch is on.

Pin Lock

Click the toggle button to enable/disable and set Shelly Device pin lock.

Sync Name

Click the toggle button to keep the device name in sync with the name given in the app.

Exclude From Activity Log

Click the toggle button to exclude this Shelly Device from the global activity log.

Exclude From Forgotten Lights

Click the toggle button to disable “Forgotten Light Reminder” notifications and e-mails for this device. Exclude the Shelly Device from the “Forgotten Lights Reminder” if your device is designated as a “light” in the “Appliance type” setting.

Share

Input an email and share control of the Device with another Shelly Smart Control user. The other user will only have access to the Main Controls, Notifications, Charts, and Application Settings tabs, and the Device Information on the Settings tab. The other user cannot see the other device tabs. View which email accounts this Shelly Device has been shared with, and click the delete button to the right of the email account you would like to delete. If a device has been shared with your account, view which account shared the device with you, and click the Remove from my account button if you wish to delete it from your account.

Settings

Eco Mode

Click the toggle button to enable/disable Eco mode. Device will consume less energy and run at a lower temperature. Device will reboot if you disable/enable this function.

Power on default:

  • On: Configure Shelly device to Turn ON, when it has power.

  • Off: Configure Shelly device to Turn OFF, when it has power.

  • Restore last mode: Configure Shelly device to Restore the last mode it was in, when it has power.

Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Button Type

Select from the following to set button type:

  • Momentary - Set this Light to be a “Momentary” switch. Push-for “ON” or Push-for “OFF”.

  • Don’t activate if the button is long pushed. Please not if the button is short pushed, the relay will be switched only after the button is released.

  • Toggle switch - Toggle mode with a single switch. Switch acts as a flip switch with one state for "ON" and one state for "OFF".

  • Edge Switch - Edge on/off mode with single switch. Changes state on every hit.

  • Detached Switch - Switch is separated from the relays.

  • Activation Switch - Use it for motion sensor. Any input turns ON and resets Auto OFF timer.

  • Cycle Switch - At the push of a button, the sequence is: Ch1-On Ch2-Off, Ch1-Off Ch2-On, Ch1 & Ch2 On, Ch1 & Ch2 Off.

  • Reverse inputs - If you enable this option, the button's On/Off position will be inverted.

Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Long Push

Set the time to register a long push in milliseconds. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

ADC Offset

Set ADC offset. Input a value between -2 to 2 V. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

ADC Range

Set the ADC range as 12V or 30V. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Geo Location And Time Zone

Set your time zone and geo-location in one of three ways:

  • Select it manually by choosing your Time zone from the dropdown menu.

    • Set the daylight saving as on / off / auto.

    • Input your location Latitude and Longitude.

  • Select your location from the map by clicking Select from map button.

  • Enable automatic detection by clicking the Auto detect location button. You may also set automatic detection by clicking the checkbox at the top of this section.

Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Device name

Change the current device name. This will reflect on the device name in the application if the “Sync name” application setting is enabled. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Channel name

Change the current channel name. This will reflect on the device name in the application if the “Sync name” application setting is enabled. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Firmware Update

Shows your current firmware version. If a newer version is available, you can update your Shelly device by clicking the Update button.

Factory Reset

Reset your Shelly Device to its factory settings by clicking the Factory reset button. This will disconnect the Shelly Device from your Wi-Fi network, and all associated users, including you, will be removed from this Device. All previously set data will be deleted.

Device reboot

Click the Reboot button to reboot your Shelly Device.

Device Information

Here you can view the Shelly Device ID, IP and other device settings.

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