Wi-Fi-operated 4-digital inputs controller for enhanced actions control
Manually activate or deactivate any created scene, run synchronized actions, or execute complex trigger scenarios.
Shelly Plus i4 is an input reader device (it does not contain relays)
- Extremely fast processor – ESP32, Improved API interface
- Multi-click - Up to 12 possible actions
- Java Scripts support for customized and complex scenarios
- Designed to fit in most standard electrical boxes and switches
- Easy control through the Shelly app, various protocols, and platforms, as well as voice assistants
- Has an embedded web server and connects to your Wi-Fi network
Shelly Plus i4
POWER Power supply AC 110-230V ±10%, 50/60Hz Power supply DC No SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Complex scenes control Activate or deactivate synchronized actions of several Shelly devices Overload protection No Power measurement No Working without a neutral line No FEATURES Inputs 4 inputs HTTP/HTTPS webhooks Yes Custom scripts(mJs) Yes Operational temperature -20° to 40 °C Device power consumption < 1 W Local and remote control Yes Sunrise/Sunset No Weekly Schedule No UL Listed option No CONNECTIVITY Wireless/Wi-Fi Protocol 802.11 b/g/n Radiofrequency 2400 – 2500 MHz Range Up to 50 m outdoors and up to 30 m indoors (depending on the building materials) DIMENSIONS Size 42x38x17 mm Voltmeter (AC) Yes Ammeter (AC) Yes RADIO RF band: 2400 - 2495 MHz Max. RF power: <20 dBm Wi-Fi protocol: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi Range: Up to 30 m / 100 ft indoors and 50 m / 160 ft outdoors (Depends on local conditions) Bluetooth Protocol: 4.2 Bluetooth Range: Up to 10 m / 33 ft indoors and 30 m / 100 ft outdoors (Depends on local conditions) MCU CPU: ESP32 Flash: 4 MB FIRMWARE CAPABILITIES Schedules: 20 Webhooks (URL actions): 20 with 5 URLs per hook Scripting: mJS MQTT: Yes CoAP: No
Shelly Plus i4 - The smallest WiFi action and scenes activation device in the world.
Shelly Plus i4 has no relays but is small enough to be installed virtually anywhere and shows the status of 4 inputs. The device is in one of the switches and can command other connected Shelly relays, sensors, or HTTP (Rest API), MQTT or CoAP controlled devices. Opportunities are endless through discrete commands on the home network or scenes in the cloud.