Light & Shutter Module 4C 5 A

Light & Shutter Module 4C 5 A

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4 channels DIN rail module, Wi-Fi connected smart relay to control lights and window coverings, provides energy metering

Light & Shutter Module 4C 5 A is the first hybrid professional 4 channels smart relay with Wi-Fi connection to control 2 lights and 1 window covering at once. 2-DIN rail module mountable in power or junction box. Light & Shutter Module makes home systems smart with remote control, voice commands, automations and energy metering. Advanced professional quality and fully compatible with all smart platforms.

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- Power Supply: 110-240 V 50/60 Hz AC
- Channels: 4
- Max load per channel: 5 A 240 V, 50/60 Hz
- Connection: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Dimension: DIN rail module 90 x 36.1 x 32.2 mm
- Features: Power metering per each channel, auto power-off, auto-calibration
- Power consumption: < 0.2 W

Two-in-one? Super Hybrid Tech.

Want to control lights and shutters at once? Install your Light & Shutter Hybrid Module in junction or power boxes. It’s enough to connect 2 lights and a window covering to discover our new super hybrid tech module. Freedompro Light & Shutter Module is certified by smart platforms Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, IFTTT, Home Assistant. Get your home entirely smart with Freedompro Home Ecosystem modules. Don't forget to set your favorite scenarios in the habits screen on the Freedompro app, that’s too easy.


Direct WiFi connection with no need for additional hubs

Smart Home by You

Install and connect as many different modules as you want

Consumption Control

Monitor the power consumption of each connected module

Plug & Forget

It disappears from sight turning home life around, forget it!

Unrestricted Setup

No need for masonry work, nor changing already existing switches

All In One

Turn 2 different lights and 1 window covering smart at the same time with just 1 module


Connect cables to pre-configured terminals, and that’s running!