Ceiling fan automation / control

A fan automation feature would be great. Something that can be installed in the fan itself to control the on, off and possibly speed. With the new motion sensors or cameras, when triggered, could turn on the fan. When the room is empty, it could turn off after a set of time if not instantly. Also, a scheduler for specific times.

I’ve been looking into adding WiFi control to my ceiling fans. Nothing on the market meets my needs.

Looking for something small easy to install (with some basic electrical knowledge)

Works with the Sensor Kit and IFTTT

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I looked into that too. Wifi connected ceiling fans are expensive. I just couldn’t justify the extra cost.

I ended up buying a bunch of regular fans and plugged them into connected sockets. To get the ceiling fan experience, I aimed the fastest fans straight up.

My thought was an in-line switch that would be mounted inside of a ceiling fan/light. That way we could control both the fan speed and the light brightness.
Just a thought for another product.

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A simple universal fan/light controller that can replace the remote controlled unit that comes in most fans would be great. It can be controlled from the wyze app or controlled with rules and a sense product.


I kept my existing ceiling fan and went with the new Lutron ceiling fan switch which allows for speed controls of the fan.

I also bought two of the remotes and have one on my side of the bed and my wife has one on her side of the bed so we don’t have to wake each other up or do anything like that to either turn the fan on or turn it up or down

I can also have Alexa turn the fan on and turn that speeds up and down

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This is a great idea, I have a ceiling fan in a room that the Line is going to the fan and the switch is at the end of the circuit. I tried using a switch like paindonthurt tried but I can’t with the wiring situation.
I think a device like this could allow many people to automate existing devices and save them money.

I think it would be a less expensive item but it would be a high volume mover.

I just said to myself " Wyze needs to make a smart ceiling fan control device". I’d put one in every fan in my house. To be able to use voice commands with Google Home or Alexa, or things like automatically turning off the fan in my kids rooms in the middle of the night would be epic. I get you would need an electrician to install the unit, but this would really fit in Wyze’s ecosystem well.


It could pretty much function like these ceiling fan remote control units do, but it would add wifi functionality. Power wouldn’t be an issue as the unit is wired in to the ceiling fan box. Installation is not much harder than the wyze doorbells wire nut installation. Please pursue this Wyze. You could easily charge $30 - $50 a piece for this.

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I’d love to replace my remote controlled fan’s receiver boxes with a smart option connected to Wyze instead. Would be great to be able to have my porch fans and lights all come on or my bedroom lights off and fan on at bedtime!

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Most ceiling fan remotes are “dumb” or require something like a Bond Bridge to make them smart. Even buying one of the cheapest universal remotes is like $20. I would love to slap a Wyze controller in the Fan canopy and have it controlled by the Wyze App/Alexa! I would even love this without a physical remote.

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One thing you cannot find really is a fan/ light controller you can connect to your network. I’m still having to use a remote to turn on and off my fan, change the speed, turn on and off the lights and dimming the lights. I can even set timers by hitting a seemingly random buttons on the remote. This seems like a simple item Wyze could create.

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I was thinking how do I save energy, when my wife leave all the ceiling fans running when no one is home.
Wyze how about ceiling fan control that would work with your app. You would be able to turn off and on the fans, plus lighting for added security feature.



We have ‘dumb’ remote controlled ceiling fans throughout the entire house. I didn’t wire any of them, but I suspect an after-market device wouldn’t work for these. I don’t know if this needs to be a separate wishlist item, but I think a device like this may be more appropriate. I’m not sure how, but it says it can control up to 30 fans throughout the entire house.

BOND | Add Wifi to Ceiling Fan, Fireplace or Somfy shades | Works with Alexa, Google Home | Remote Control with App | Works with iPhone or Android
More information: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071GVGVVH/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_Q3086F6ZEPHSDPAT5PT7

With Wyze entering the Smart Switch market, I would be awesome to see Wyze create 2 different ceiling fan switches.

One switch that would need a 4 wires (Blk,White,Red,ground) at the wall switch. allowing for speed control of the fan and for dimming of the light. similar to ( Treatlife Smart Ceiling Fan Control and Light Dimmer Switch)

A second switch and canape module for those who’s wiring is all in the ceiling with a wall switch that uses RF to control the fan/light but allows users to also have WIFI control as well.


There a product by ge that controls your fan from the switch if you have one.

Bond bridge has a universal RF smart hub. It can control pretty much any ceiling fan. It works well and nearly most of the time. About on par with most smart home devices. Would love a Wyze version. But until they build it you can try a bond


Fan/light controller

For some reason I don’t see any requests for fan controller :confused: , although it’s a pretty common and very useful piece of home automation equipment,

The controller should be able to control speed of the fan and (preferably) on/dim/off the fan’s light.

I mean something similar to this:

I need one of those for every room of the house as well as for backyard’s gazebo.

Please… Pretty please! :pray:


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With the demise of several “smart home hub” companies. A wifi fan controller would be a very good addition to the Wyze Ecosystem. A wifi module would just have to be wired into the canopy usually only 2-3 wires, would not require a neutral since the standard wall switch would just be left on and fan control would be via app, alexia or google.

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Tuya has a WiFi fan controller with RF remote that retails on Amazon for about $30 (here’s one brand that is selling it). As is, it has WiFi reliability issues however, I’m sure minor hardware or software modification by Wyze could address the WiFi issue.