Just came across this on Zigbee relay on Aliexpress. It can also be controlled with 433MHz apparently even though I don't see the use of that really.
Has anyone tried pairing them to Hubitat? For the price I might just buy one and see if it works.
In terms of Zigbee relays I don't think there's anything else on the market really at that price for automating dumb devices that just need a contact closed or opened, or even 12V power applied, etc.
Anyone have any alternatives for projects at a similar price range?
Just paired this (like a breeze I might add) but it came up as a Generic Zigbee Outlet which I don't know if I should mess with or leave well enough alone. Just started researching in Community, which brought up your post.
Instructions call this: Zigbee 7-32V Model: ZG-001
Came from Amazon at a markup to what you found:
""MHCOZY 1 Channel 5V 12V ZigBee Smart Relay Switch,
Adjustable Selflock and Momentary Working Mode""
Obviously this is the typical 'one manufacturer many labels/many sellers' gig.
This seller: Mic technology co.,ltd.
Seems another Hubitat Community Mbr Andrew has it up as well.
Whoops, just saw the mainline thread on this family of Zigbee relays.
The US version at Amazon is:
as far as I can tell.. it has one (bad) review by "one of us"