The difference of TX series Wi-Fi Wall Sockets

SONOFF launched a type of TX series Wi-Fi wall sockets several days ago – including T0, T1, T2 & T3. The series can be confusing one and maybe a little frustrating because there are 31 new sockets to choose from. As so many sockets pop up, it will be harder for users to make a purchase decision. Image that if you’re looking for a SONOFF multiple-gang wall switch and thinking the T3 is one to seek for, meanwhile maybe thinking if the T2 is more wonderful, we really know your pain. Don’t be scared of the number of the sockets, the differences between them are clear as long as you view closely.

Before introducing their differences, the common feature you need to know is that each of these four models is divided into 1-gang, 2-gang and 3-gang, which allows you to control more than one device.
The LED-backlight on the panel of the socket eliminates the need for night-lights, and helps you quickly find the location at night. Perfect for hallways, stairways, bedrooms, kitchens, garages, etc.

Below, we will outline the differences for your reference.

T0 model:
Adopt 3 standards including EU, UK and US.
Available in white.
Shape in square & rectangle.
EU & UK without a border, US standard with a border.
433MHz RF remote control not supported.


T1 model:
Adopt 3 standards including EU, UK & US (US standard is equal to T2 US standard).
Available in white.
All shapes in square.
All standards without a border.
433MHz RF remote control supported.

T2 model:
Adopt 3 standards including EU, UK and US.
Available in white.
Shape in square & rectangle.
All standards with a border.
433MHz RF remote control supported.

T3 model:
Adopt 3 standards including EU, UK and US.
Available in black.
Shape in square & rectangle.
All standards with a border.
433MHz RF remote control supported.

Touch vs T0 (T0 is the upgraded version of Touch)
Touch:
only 1-gang
adopt EU & US standard.
T0:
available in 1/2/3-gang (add 2-gangs & 3-gang).
adopt 3 standards including US, EU & UK (add UK standard).

New T1 vs old T1
Old T1:
adopt 3 standards including US, EU & UK.
1/2/3-gang are available in US & UK standard. 1/2-gang are available in EU standard.
New T1:
1/2/3-gang are available ( add 3-gang for EU standard).
433MHz RF remote control supported (add).

Here’s where the differences between TX series. Which is the best socket in your mind? T0 or T2? Now, you can make an informed decision and choose the right socket for your house. In any case, we here promise that all of them can nicely work in your home whichever one socket you select. Just enjoy your new socket for a smarter life!

6 Replies to “The difference of TX series Wi-Fi Wall Sockets”

  1. Chua

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    So there are no internal hardware improvements between T1, T2 and T3 for example more stable WiFi or less power consumption of the module?
    For example, I connected an exhaust fan to a (new) T1. When i switch the Fan On or Off, the module may reset itself (8 out of 10 times). I guess the fan is drawing so much current during start or off that the voltage drops so the module resets?

  2. Bruno

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    I need to install onthe stair case 1 in the ground floor and 1 In the first floor so I can switch on or off the light in one floor and close the light in the other could you please give me the diagram and which product I need to buy in EU

    1. Wild Bill

      Reply

      I dunno if you managed to do it, but it’s pretty simple if you use ‘Smart Scenes’ featured in the app. I’d advise you to buy a wall socket which has one more ‘gang’ to do it. Let’s say you have just one lamp you want to manage in floor1 so instead of buying the ‘1 gang’, buy the ‘2 gang’ so you have one spare button to do the scene thing then you can turn on/off the ground floor. IMHO you should always buy the ‘3 gang’ so you can manage pretty much any other device by using Scenes.

  3. Daaktar sahab

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    I have the t1 old (uk) models installed in my house since 2018 ..and they support the ref remote control..the issue with the remote is that if the button ‘A’ is configured to turn on or off gang one of the 3 gang switch …when pressed it turns on/off all the gang 1 switches in range …overall I have had a good experience with the switches.. should make a better switch for controlling the fan.. the ifan2 only has three speeds and its remote also turns on all the fans in range…

  4. Ishara

    Reply

    Hi,
    Is there a switch that does not require a neutral line?
    Thanks.

  5. Frenky Tan

    Reply

    I still don’t quite understand the new UK T1 Gang 3 and UK T2 Gang 3, could you give close up picture what is the difference?

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