SmartPhone Controlled Switch – LazyBone V2 (Wi-Fi)

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Do you want to control any electrical device turning it on/off using your smart phone?

If you have been thinking about it, ‘Lazy Bone’ does exactly what you need.

‘Lazy Bone’ is a new product from Tinysine Electronics which has a good performance of stability and it is very easy to use.

It can control a lamp, router, fan and other electrical equipment by turning it on and off using Android/IOS app or PC.

This WiFi Lazybone can also be set to AP mode. So, you can control it point to point even without a router.

We released LazyBone V2 that supports instantaneous function. You can set your Lazybone output with a 100ms-20s pulse. It can be used to control your garage-door or some other similar high power or time based equipment.
Software Installation:

It has 2 basic versions: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and this is the Wi-Fi LazyBone. If you want a Bluetooth LazyBone click here. We provide free Android&IOS APP for you to control it.

How to use the software:

1. Click the App, if your phone Wi-Fi is not open, it will prompt a message to open it.

2. Configure your Lazybone Wi-Fi, here is a Setting Guide.

3. Now can control the device turning it on/off by pressing the on/off button displayed.


Instantaneous mode:

1. Click the modes, you will enter mode setting page.

2. You can set the pulse time (100ms-20s) and turn on Instantaneous mode.

3. Go back to the main page, now you click the button it will have a pulse output. Turn it on->hold it for a while->release.

Wiring Diagram

‘LAZY BONE’ has 2 kinds of working mode:

Self power mode:

Wireless switch:


We also provide a very simple command set for developer developing their own App.  The Lazybone operates with an easy to use command set as described in the table below.


  • AC 100-240V or DC 5V working voltage.
  • Current rating of up to 10 Amp.
  • Dimension: 80x49x31mm
  • WiFi network remote control
  • Support Android: Above V 2.2


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