be aware it is possible for these sockets to go faulty and not switch off even if App and LED shows off they can remain on
This could be the same issue as could occur on Gen 1 sockets where the relay contacts stick and fail to open when the socket is turned off.
Switching heavy inductive loads like high power electric motors can cause arcing across the relay contacts making this worse.
Sometimes it can be fixed by giving the switch a sharp tap to unstick the contact, but will likely happen again if the same load is used.
Thanks for the reply, yes it could be the same issue which is not very clever being able to stay on!
Surely it should be more clever than that and should detect that it has not switched off that is the whole point to Genration 2 and being Apple Home compliant.
I also noticed that the Bristish Standards Reference for the Generation 2 is dated 1995 years before Generation 2 was introduced. So I wonder if they really are SAFE.
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