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switchBox DIN

ON/OFF or "on time" high power switch for DIN rail

Manuals associated with switchBox DIN
(Please pay attention to it’s version)

switchBox DIN

  • Control the 3.6kW circuit with your smartphone!
  • Schedule and astronomical clock (control at sunrise and sunset)
  • Measurement of power and electricity consumption!
  • Connect from 1 to 2 buttons and/or DC/AC control signals (motion detector, smoke detector, central button)
  • Mounting on a DIN rail in an electrical switchboard
  • Illuminated, color front panel of the DIN driver with an additional control button


  • Possibility of creating a central wired button and a wireless WiFi button with the actionBox module
  • Possibility of voice control
  • Ability to pair μWiFi remote controls (uRemote, sRemote, inBox)
  • Wireless automation combined with sensors for temperature, rain, air quality, wind, etc.


Voice control and integrations:
Google Assistant   Alexa   Home Assistant

wBox app:

Get it on Google Play  Download on the App Store

Smartphone control!

Control your electrical circuit locally and remotely from anywhere in the world using your smartphone. Create scenes and groups that will allow you to control multiple BleBox controllers at the same time.

With the “switchBox DIN” you can turn off, turn on or turn on devices with a power of up to 3680W for a given time!

Schedule and astronomical clock

The schedule with the astronomical clock function allows you to control at a given time and at sunrise and sunset based on geographical location.

For example: set the lights in the garden to turn on automatically after sunset and turn off at 23:59 to save electricity.

Power and energy consumption measurement!

With the WiFi controller “switchBox DIN” you can measure the power of the device

Thanks to historical data and interactive charts, you can see how much electricity your devices used in individual hours or minutes.

Wired and WiFi buttons

Smart-home is not supposed to take away the possibilities, but to expand them, so you can connect 1 or 2 independently operating buttons to the “switchBox DIN”.

You can use bell (monostable) or candlestick (bistable) buttons. You can freely configure them in the wBox application!

If there is no proper wiring, then with the help of modules from the actionBox family, you can create buttons without running wires! actionBox family controllers send commands via WiFi network

Signal control

A smart home should think for you, so do not control manually, connect the outputs of smoke sensors, motion sensors or alarm control panel outputs to the inputs of the “switchBox DIN” controller so that the control actions will take place automatically.

You can connect any 12-230V AC / DC signal and configure the actions to control this or any other BleBox device.

Voice control

In combination with Google Home and Amazon Alexa voice assistants, you can control devices with your voice.

Give a voice command to your smartphone, Google speaker or Alexa.

Remote control

You can also pair the “switchBox DIN” controller to:

  • rechargeable uRemote remote control
  • sRemote battery remote control
  • battery module for buttons – inBox


The remotes connect to the device directly via μWiFi (do not require a WiFi network to operate). You can pair one remote control to many receivers, just like you can pair many remote controls to one receiver.

*In the case of residential areas over 50-70m^2 or in the case of switchgear located in the garage, or basement, please check the range of μWiFi remote controls in advance

Sensors - WiFi automation

Use BleBox sensors to control the “switchBox DIN” via WiFi network without running wires, for example:

  • tempSensor to make control dependent on temperature
  • airSensor to make control dependent on air quality
  • rainSensor to make control dependent on rain
  • windSensor PRO* to make control dependent on wind speed
  • humiditySensor* to make control dependent on humidity


DIN rail mounting

BleBox controllers with the note “DIN” are intended for mounting on a DIN rail in a plastic distribution box.

In addition, the “switchBox DIN” controller is equipped with a built-in backlight that informs about the operating status and can indicate the connected load in color.

About the product


Supply voltage:

230V AC

Power consumption:

< 1W

Number of control outputs:


Outputs type:

relay, potential, short circuited to L

Maximum load:


Maximum power:

AC1 (resistive, cosφ>0.95): 16A @ 230V AC = 3680W

AC3 (IEC60947-4-1): ~0.5kW @ 240V AC (motor)"

Measurement range:


Measurement resolution:


Type of measurement:

current reading, total for the period, automatically calcutating the cost of energy cunsumed

Measurement history:

available online, resolution 5 min

Inputs number:


Inputs type:

optoisolated, logical, configurable, 12-230V AC / DC

Supported switches:

"monostable (push-button), bistable (traditional, cross switch), not-illuminated"

Number of built-in buttons:


Type of built-in buttons:

tact-switch, on / off function

Signaling on the housing:

color backlight

Housing type:

installation module DIN-1, width 17.5mm


90 (98.8) x 17.5 x 64.5mm

Protection Rating:

IP20 according to PN-EN 60529


ABS / acrylic, flammability class V-0 according to UL 94

Mounting method:

direct mounting on a 35mm DIN rail according to PN-EN 60715

Communication standard:

µWiFi, compatible with WiFi, 802.11g

Transmission frequency:

2.4 GHz

Transmission type:

two-way, encrypted


Open (


direct connection (as an Access Point), WiFi connection via a standard router, connection with access from anywhere in the world (only Internet access required)

Compatible devices and systems:

Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, iPad Mini, Android, computers and mobile devices supporting HTML5

Controller operating temperature:

from -20°C to 50°C


Company’s data:

Blebox Sp. z o.o. (Ltd. / LLC)
Kunickiego 65 Street,
54-616 Wrocław, Poland, Europe

NIP (Tax ID No.):
• PL8943071265

Share capital: 250 000,00 PLN

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