just received (4 days from China to Italy: superfast !) a brand new Sonoff TH10.
My very dumb questions are the following:
1) is the output (Output/L - EE) fully insulated from AC input ? Can I use it as full stand-alone switch (to control one low power input of my heat pump) ?
2) I don't recognize connector (see photo): how to properly connect wires ?
L IN - Line input (~230V)
N - Neutral input (~230V)
E - Ground
When the Sonoff is ON you get 230V on the L OUT, when is OFF it is 0V.
E and E are just directly connected as you can see on the case.
Also N and N are directly connected as you can see on the case.
I don't understand what you really want to do but here you basicly connect any device to L Out and N and it will get 230V when the Sonoff is ON.
You can also connect L Out and N to a Relay to control other circuits.
E probbably means EARTH.
Hi, I'd like to install a TH10 togheter a classic thermostat.
I'd like, to switch on/off and control my heating system either with TH10 and classic thermostat. Is it possible?
Could I even change the state of TH10 (on/off) from the classic thermostat?
Yes, it is. You can read it here (in Italian unfortunately):
Lars Jensen, pretty sure your issue is due to wiring your output to a Live and an Earth terminal instead of a Live and Neutral terminal, that is the reason you are receiving between 25 ~ 37 vAC from a 230 vAC output. Change the Earth to the other Neutral and all should be good. :)