Socket Plus (type G)
Smart plug with arc fault protection
Features with arc fault protection
Controls the power of your equipment remotely
Calculates the consumed electric energy
Executes automation scenarios
Enhanced electrical protection
In addition to temperature, voltage, and current protection, Socket Plus (type G) is equipped with arc fault protection.
An electric arc is an electric discharge between two conductors with high current density and low voltage. The arc can instantly damage the device connected to the smart plug or the plug itself and cause a fire.
Protection is activated if an arc or spark occurs in the device connected to the plug.
The house is ready for your return
Your home will welcome you with a comfortable climate and cosiness all year round. Turn on the heater in the winter and the air conditioner in the summer. Run the humidifier, and heat the bath water. All of this in a few clicks in the app on the way home or automatically thanks to scenarios.
No more forgotten irons
When leaving the house, close the door, arm the system — and all dangerous equipment will automatically turn off. Iron, heater, and toaster will no longer create a risk of fire.
Measures the energy consumption of devices
Socket Plus (type G) informs about the level of electric energy consumption. As soon as the connected device starts consuming electric energy, the Socket Plus (type G) LED frame changes colour in real-time. Accurate parameters of electric energy consumption, current, and voltage are available in Ajax apps.
Socket Plus (type G) consumes up to 1 W in the standby mode
Complies with electrical safety standards
Socket Plus (type G) complies with the standards for electrical appliances ensuring your safety. Each smart plug is fully tested: quality of materials, effect of high temperatures, ability to work for a long time under load.
Protects your curious little ones
Special shutters inside Socket Plus (type G) protect your children and prevent them from inserting screwdrivers, scissors, or hairpins. Shutters also prevent dust and splashes from entering the socket.
Safeguard in the power grid
The smart plug connects to a 230 V~ power source and closes or opens the phase according to the command. The smart plug can withstand a load of up to 3 kW. This is enough to connect even the most powerful devices.
Protects devices against overcurrent and voltage surges
Features with arc fault protection
Jeweller protocol is responsible for providing all necessary information. With Jeweller, users always have access to control the smart plug through Ajax apps, regardless of the number of devices in the system, and can also check the status of the plug or the power parameters at any time.
Two-way communication at a distance up to
5 range extenders of radio signal in the system
Execution of commands in
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Home and office automation
Use scenarios to make life safer and more comfortable. Set office lights to turn off automatically on arming. Program projectors to turn on when outdoor motion detectors identify intruders. Turn on a toaster at a certain time in the morning.Learn more
Socket Plus (type G) can be connected and set up in a matter of minutes. To add Socket Plus (type G) to the system, scan a QR code with the Ajax app, name it, and assign a room. The device and automation scenarios are also configured in the app in real time.
Pairs with the system using QR code
Configured through the Ajax app
Smart sockets as part of a security systemIncreasingly, household appliances are used to automate the space we are used to. A smart plug is one of such devices. Smart sockets differ from ordinary sockets in advanced functionality. Such a device can activate or turn off a connected, for example, floor lamp, remotely. Smart sockets are used to turn on household appliances, a light source, control heating and other things.
How smart plug worksThe smart socket is installed in an existing electrical network, connected via various protocols to the control panel of a smart home or security system, and works in accordance with the scenario chosen by the user of the system. Some sockets collect information about energy consumption, and some calculate the cost of electricity spent. Many smart sockets also have short circuit protection - if the electricity goes out, they can save household appliances, and sometimes they can save the house from emergencies.
Smart socket from Ajax — Socket Plus (type G)Socket Plus (type G) is a smart socket that counts energy consumption. It has protection against sparks and electric arcs. A smart socket controls the power of connected electrical appliances with a power of up to 3 kW. This happens with the help of the Ajax application, the ability to configure automation scenarios, a functional button on the device body, and the control of the Button button. Has a British standard (type G) connector and plug. The smart socket has four types of protection: voltage, current, temperature, and against sparks and electric arcs.
The protection works instantly if an arc or spark appears in the device connected to the outlet.
Features of a smart socket from AjaxSmart socket Socket Plus (type G) is a device that is part of the Ajax security system. The device controls the power supply to the connected electrical appliances by opening the phase. Smart plug control is available through pressing a functional button, through Ajax applications, with a Button control button, or by scripts. The Socket Plus smart socket measures the value of current, voltage, active power and the amount of energy consumed by connected electrical appliances. With the Socket Plus (type G) smart socket, the user can set up automation scripts that help reduce routine actions, automate security and increase room comfort. Socket Plus (type G) supports the following types of scenarios: Reaction to a change in the security mode, for example, turning off the iron when the security is activated.
- Response to an alarm, for example, turning on the light on the alarm of the DoorProtect sensor.
- Scheduled actions, such as heating on at 19:00 and off at 21:00.
- By temperature, for example, turning on the air conditioner if the room temperature exceeds or falls below the comfort level.
- By pressing the control button.
- By humidity, for example, turning on the humidifier when the relative humidity drops below a comfortable level.
- By pressing the LightSwitch. For example, to turn off all electrical appliances when the lights are turned off.
- According to the CO2 concentration, the inclusion of supply ventilation with an increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide.
Installing a smart socket Socket Plus (type G) from AjaxBefore installing a smart socket, you need to make sure that the installation location is the best place and that it complies with the instructions. During installation and operation, it is important to adhere to the general safety rules for the use of electrical appliances, as well as the requirements of regulatory legal acts on electrical safety. In order to install a Socket Plus (type G) smart socket, you need to select the socket into which the Socket Plus (type G) will be installed and insert the Socket Plus (type G) into the socket.
Socket Plus (type G) is activated within 3 seconds after connection. The green illumination of the device will indicate the inclusion.When choosing a location for installing Socket Plus (type G), you need to take into account the signal level of the Jeweller radio protocol. It is determined by the number of undelivered or corrupted data packets that are exchanged between the socket and the security control panel or signal repeater in a certain period of time. Where you do not need to install a smart outlet:
- Near metal objects or mirrors. They shield the radio signal and cause it to attenuate.
- Locations with poor or unstable signal strength. This can result in loss of communication between the control panel or signal repeater and the smart plug.
- An outdoor installation can lead to a breakdown of the device or its incorrect operation.
- In rooms with humidity and temperature that are out of range.