This is a continuation of a post from a few days ago (I'm sorry I don't know how to connect with the previous one). But in it I asked questions about the Meross MS5510 and MS5550 HK switches. I got good answers (as usual) from the people here.
I managed to install 2 of 5510 (unipolar) and guys, how fast are they in response! It seems almost instantly that when I click / disable this ... unlike the existing Eva, which can take 1-5 or more seconds even with Extends
I have to send back 5550 (with 3 ways) because none of the three existing paths have neutrals at the far end and I read somewhere that you should only install them at the end of the line or else it will not start / stop properly. And "my distant heads" are only 3 wires (2 passengers and a load) without neutral.
So, I ask again, are these cheap 5510s really that good? If so, it is possible to take out all my Eve switches for more of them! I wonder if Craigslist will be good for me to get rid of these Eve switches?
For clarity, I have an Eero WiFi environment with 6 professionals that provides both 2.4 / 5GHz signal, completely saturating my property, so there are no dead WiFi places and I doubt many interferences.
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