CloudFree Motion Light Switch

(5 customer reviews)


  • Built-in Motion and Daylight Sensor
  • Sensors can be customized to meet your needs
  • Premium plastic shell with metal bracket
  • Wi-Fi Switch, Runs Tasmota
  • Runs on an ESP8266 MCU

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Device Configuration

If your switch is activating itself, you may need to run the following commands to decouple the sensors from the relay.

SwitchMode1 2

SwitchMode2 1

SetOption114 1

Once the switch is communicating via MQTT and is in Home Assistant, you’ll want to rename the sensors, currently listed as Switch1 and Switch2. Rename Switch1 as “<device name> Motion” and set the “Show as” field to Motion. Do the same thing for Switch2, the light sensor. 



{"NAME":"CloudFree SWM1","GPIO":[32,0,0,0,0,160,0,0,224,576,161,0,0,0],"FLAG":0,"BASE":18}

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Weight 7.2 oz
Dimensions 5.5 × 4.125 × 2.875 in

5 reviews for CloudFree Motion Light Switch

  1. Caleb Pryor (verified owner)

    These switches are magically good. Extremely high re-fire rate on the motion sensor.
    I get a motion sensor showing up in tasmota along with controls of the switch with multi-press options for cool features:

    With the default template provided with the switch I added the following commands to get the result I wanted:

    backlog SwitchMode1 2; SwitchMode2 1; SetOption114 1
    backlog Rule1 ON button1#state DO power1 toggle ENDON ON switch1#state=1 DO backlog power1 1; ruletimer1 300 ENDON ON rules#timer=1 DO power1 0 ENDON ON power1#state=0 DO ruletimer1 0 ENDON

  2. Matt (verified owner)

    Really fast response on motion. Button has a good feel to it. I wish it had a second button!

  3. Dre (verified owner)

    Fantastic little switch.

  4. Myron (verified owner)

    I would like to use the blue led in this switch and the non-motion sensor version as a “night light”. Is that possible with some setting in the console or template?

    Overall, a very nice switch and I intend to order quite a few more of both.

  5. Mark F

    If you set “SetOption114 1” to disconnect the sensors, the button (Button1) will still control the light’s on/off state (Relay1).

    Switch1 is the motion sensor, inverted. If you set it as “SwitchMode1 2” then it will follow the motion inverted, so on=motion detected and off=clear.

    Switch2 is the ambient light sensor. You can set “SwitchMode2 1” so it will follow ambient light, so on=light detected and off=no light.

    This all matches Caleb’s explanation, just clarifying what is going on since it took me a while to work through it.

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