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Sonoff touch!

Hello everyone,

I am with a problem, here in my city, our energy is 110v, it´s one phase and one neutral. My sonoof touch has 3 socket, Lin,Lout an Nin.

How can I solve this?

I only have two cabes 1 phase and 1 neutral, I tried put phase into the Lin and neutral in Nin, but it's wasn't working. I tried jump Nin with Lout but the ligth turn on for a seccond and turn off in the sequence.

Anybody may help me?

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yes, it is same circuit.

I hope you get the neutral from the same circuit as the light. Not from the nearest neutral. Please don't get me wrong. Mains voltage is dangerous....... This problem is inherent to alnost all control systems. Controller needs power power is live and neutral. I had many of the same problems when i installed x10 years ago. (Lol one one remember s X10?)

off course. my english is bad :-) ground is neutral. In fact, I have 3 cables now and is ok for sonoff touch.

For all the warnings already given

  I sense the Darwin Awards are soon to be handed out.

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PLEASE read all the warnings above AGAIN.
this is NOT a joke.

Sorry, Ground is NOT a technical term in AC wiring, please seek professional assistance.

Neutral is what is needed, if you have used Earth this is a PROBLEM, 

switch may work, But this is dangerous. and your RCCB  will trip, for the right reasons. 

Please, Please read the warnings above,


I added one cable wire to wall. Flat is under reconstruction. Without ground, wall switch is not functional.

@nulda You said you have two wires, were did you get ground from?

Lin is Line

Lout is line to light

Nin is ground

I am alive and switch is functional :-D

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Thank you for your answers. Have nice day.

Only answer if no harm becomes of answer

Just like driving --green means only proceed when it is safe to do so.

Do you drive in front of and under a fire truck only because light was green?

 - only when it is safe to proceed to you drive out.

Look, for the final time - such higher voltage can kill you

 - get the help from the professional, save your family undue grief.

no, only when the question make sense and the one who ask wont harm himself ...

220V will definitely harm ... and when you must ask, you definitely don't have the knowledge to deal with ...

If I had documentation, so I didnt ask on this forum.

Yes I can :-) 

But when someone ask on forum, so normaly is write answer if you know. 

So your ebay seller did not provide you with such?

I actually don't find it very funny at all.  110V/220V can kill.

But you don't think enough to look at the documentation

and that is extremely concerning ... I don't think anyone

should get killed over a switch 

So again -- ask a professional certified electrician to do for you

 - as such they have the knowledge to do without harm.

Should you refuse - I may need to remove your question

for your own safety

you also can buy a car without having a driving licence ... indeed funny when you like to drive without such ...