TRÅDFRI Wireless control outlet
TRÅDFRI Wireless control outlet

Now it's really easy for anyone to use smart products. The outlet allows you to connect any lamp, coffee maker or another household appliance to the control outlet and control it from a distance.


Product details

You can use TRÅDFRI control outlet to connect a coffee maker or other small appliances to the IKEA Home smart app and TRÅDFRI gateway so that the appliance can be turned on or off with the app’s timer.You can add up to 10 lamps or smaller appliances so that all of them turn on or off at same time.You need one of the steering devices in the TRÅDFRI series (remote control, wireless dimmer or wireless motion sensor) in order to connect your control outlet with the gateway and the app.Standby power consumption: 0.3W.Works with IKEA Home smart.Add the TRÅDFRI gateway and IKEA Home smart app for control through Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit or Google Home.Max. output power: 1800W.Designer

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  • TRÅDFRIWireless control outletArticle Number:303.561.69
    Width: 4 "Height: 3 ½ "Length: 5 ¾ "Weight: 7 ozPackage(s): 1

Product size

3 7/8 "
2 1/8 "
2 1/2 "


smartfanncynancyThis took a several times for my device to be recognized, longer than usual? I wish it was a bit smaller, but I really like the Tradfri outlets & bulbs.5
setup is difficult until it becomes easyMICHAELonce you figure out all of the pieces that are required to make this work, it is great. you need a tradfri hub and a tradfri switch to get this work.4
Just missing a manual button...DiggieWorks great with SmartThings. The main things it is missing are: - The load limits printed on the box - A manual on/off toggle button on the unit. Sometimes you're right next to the outlet and using an app or voice assistant is less convenient. A tad bulky but I can live with it for the price.4
Works great (SmartThings hub)StevejacktimWe just bought 3 of these after finding out they work with SmartThings. One review gave advice on connecting already but I found that the easiest way is to reset the plug with a pin on the side, then add manually by searching IKEA and choose control outlet from the list and that’s it. This worked the first time on one but took a couple tries on the others. If it gets to 80% and gets stuck don’t waste your time just cancel and restart. Scanning did not work for me. No other hardware was needed besides the plug and SmartThings hub.5
On and off remote switchLeighBallI bought this in hopes to control some lights in my home. Easy set up, works great, I found that YouTube had better set up instructions. Does not dim the lights tho, just off and on.3
Great wireless solutionPharmx2Unit works as expected, and integrated with all of our other Ikea remote lights. We love the timer feature.5
Won’t connectWill555I bought five of these outlets and three of them wouldn’t connect to my network. I’ve tried resetting them and followed the exact same pairing sequence, but only two will connect.1
Worked with no issues.Satisfied userI have a Samsung Smart things hub. I simply plugged the outlet in, let it boot, and then pressed the reset. I then set my hub to find new items and it found instantly. Works flawlessly. Only drawback is that it is a little large.5
Works GreatchrislaudermilkI bought this for two reasons. First is to get the china cabinet on the smart home setup and eliminate the need to manually turn on and off multiple interior lights. It works perfectly for that. Second is to act as a repeater for some light bulbs that are a bit too far from my hub to link where they are. It also worked perfectly for that. I have this connected directly to my SmartThings hub and it was a pretty easy setup. Just needed to poke the reset button to get it to pairing mode & be patient in the app. The only minor complaint I have is it's a fairly sizable lump. I had to use a short flat plug extension cord to move it.5
trishariabI wanted to offer help to anyone else trying to connect with Smarthings (it does work without the TRADFRI gateway!): 1. Plug in the outlet close to your hub, 2. Press the outlet reset with a paperclip till you hear an click and the light flashes, 3. In the Smarthings app, and add a new device with the Scan option, 4. This is the important part: The app might say No device found at first, but I noticed that if I just let the app sit there a minute or so (don't close the app, but you can let your phone fall asleep), it eventually finds the outlet. Bulky design, but I was finally able to connect a lamp in an area of my home where smart WiFi plugs and Zigabee smart bulbs had failed in the past!5
QuarterSwedeI’m using this outlet for my kitchen cabinet lighting which aren’t direct wired, with a bedroom side table lamp, and with HomeKit. It’s impressively fast turning on and off. It does require a Trådfri switching device (dimmer, on/off switch, etc.) to pair. However, they can be used without a switch after pairing by making a new room in the Trådfri app and dragging it to the room without the switch. Currently, the outlet and switch is $14.99 USD and the switch itself is $9.99 USD. Great price and great quality. Highly recommended. Be warned, this is the gateway drug for smart IoT devices. Once you see how powerful they can be you’ll want smart devices everywhere.5
Excellent, great valueJimbargThe control outlet is great and it integrates into a Tradfri system beautifully. Two caveats though: First, you either need to purchase it with the wireless switch or have another Tradfri remote control (such as a Tradfri wireless dimmer) in order to have it work with your Tradfri gateway and the Tradfri app. Second, it does not yet interface with Apple HomeKit app on your phone. (Hopefully, IKEA will remedy this soon.). You can use it with the Tradfri app fine, though, to set up timers and control it manually. The price is not to be argued with; there’s nothing on the market that really can compete. I love it for use with my many plant lights placed throughout my home.4
Works seamlessly with SmartthingselmayugaI was looking for an affordable smart outlet with Zigbee repeater functions, and purchased 5 when they were initially release in the United States. I'm glad I did because they work seamlessly as a Zigbee outlet in Smartthings and strengthen the network in my house, which is a 1950's ranch that has plaster and lath walls. The only other feature that I wish these outlet possessed are power meters, so that I can track power consumption as I do with my other brand of smart outlets. Highly recommended and extremely affordable!5
Good for the pricePDXsteveGenerally I like this item... The control of it could be a bit smarter. I think that the timer feature in the app is not smart enough to know if it is on when a timer is set to turn it on... So it seems to turn it off in that case... ALSO, we were promised Homekit integration a while ago and that hasn't happened yet..4
Works like a switchCC0917This is perfect for Christmas decorations or any time you need an outlet to operate on a switch.5
5 stars once they implement Apple HomeKitWaCondo4 stars right now. Great function via the Tradfri app. I use this to turn my Christmas tree lights on/off with the Timer function and a remote. However, I'll change my opinion to 5 stars once they implement the promised updates that will fully support Apple HomeKit. I appreciate the regular status updates posted by IKEA developers to Reddit!4
Inexpensive But ReputableHappikeaThis is the least expensive smart outlet from a reputable brand. Think what you get: you can pick it up at a local store, try it, and return it within a full year if you don't like it. The Trådfri subreddit shows excitement all over the world when the local variant of this plug reaches store shelves in a new country. I bought 5 as soon as they were in-stock at Emeryville, CA, USA. This model is not packaged with a remote but can be controlled by other Trådfri remotes (motion sensor, or central on/off button of 5-button puck). This reduces your minimum investment to $10 for the plug and $10-20 for a remote (which can serve multiple plugs that you always want to turn on and off together). There's no need to buy an expensive kit, or set up any kind of home automation hub. Just use the pairing button on your chosen remote control! If you do have the Trådfri hub, you can control the plug from Ikea's Trådfri app. (You must first update the app, and the hub's firmware, because the outlet is a new type of device.) If you are on the fence about adding the hub, look for a half-price one in the as-is department. People seem to return these often; setting up any kind of always-on network device and home automation device requires some knowledge, and a willingness to follow instructions. The software update to expose this plug to Apple HomeKit has been delayed, but is apparently still coming. The only flaw in this plug is its physical design: it's large enough that you cannot plug two into the same two-outlet wall receptacle.5
Works great!GeorgeInNashvilleEasy to add to the Tradfri app and to then control with my Google Home smart speaker. The price is also wonderful!5
Great and reliable!mdms2019Smart home fanatic here! For the price point, you won't find a better smart plug on the market today. There are other $10 smart plugs out there, but they are from companies that come & go and probably don't care as much about the technical security of the smart plug to keep you and your family safer and less likely to be hacked. Final point: If you already have a Smartthings hub and your a little internet savvy, you don't need to buy the IKEA hub for this to work.5
Get what you pay for, NO SUPPORTmatt1977bIts a tad big in design. Price is reasonable. It added to the Trader app but who would use that app? It will not show in my Apple Home app. I tried to get technical support via phone and the robot hung up on me saying they were too busy. My email to support got a canned response telling me to disconnect and hard reset my entire system. That is not a solution. It would take me hours to reconnect and reconfigure all of my lighting scenes. I cannot reply to this email because it a do not reply email. Therefore, while its a good price, IKEA is not providing quality software / firmware nor the support necessary to properly use this device as described.1

Easy and affordable home lighting technology

Rebecca Töreman is facing a group of journalists. They’re visiting the headquarters of IKEA design with hopes of getting a glimpse of innovative products. They bustle to see and touch what Rebecca and her team have spent the last two years creating: the IKEA Smart lighting range.  Read More
Rebecca is ready. She knows the reasoning and effort behind every aspect of the range, and she can explain how it will change life at home for the better. But her audience is enthralled with something she forgot could be exciting. “People were amazed with the remote,” says Rebecca. “That you could steer your lamps from wherever you are.” She laughs, pleased to be reminded it can be a delight to control the brightness or tone of a bulb remotely. “When you work with it so closely you get used to the products and the things they can do,” says Rebecca. “So, when you hear people ‘oh’ and ‘ah’ over the design and function of the remote—which I see every day—you feel very proud of what you’ve accomplished.”

Improving life at home

Smart lighting is one way we’re using technology to improve life at home. Imagine a cozy weekday family dinner, lights glowing soft and warm. When the meal is done, the table is cleared for homework, which calls for clean, bright light. The goal of Rebecca and the Smart lighting team is to make that transition simple and smooth. Literally, it can be at the touch of a button. “Lighting is such an important part of life at home,” says Rebecca. “You do so many activities every day at home and the light needs to support you in doing all these things.” The range is made up of products that can be combined to create a personalized home lighting solution. It includes LED bulbs, panels and cabinet doors that can all be controlled by a remote. You can dim them and even change the tone of the light, from warm to cold. One remote can control up to 10 Smart lighting products.

Making home tech affordable

Smart lighting technology isn’t new, but so far it hasn’t been so accessible. “It’s been very expensive and complicated,” says Rebecca. “If we can develop Smart lighting that’s easy to understand and affordable, it actually becomes accessible to the many people.” When it comes to cost, Rebecca and her team set a personal goal. “What would we want to pay for a light bulb like this?” asks Rebecca. “We’ve been going back to this idea throughout the whole process.” Working with large volumes has helped lower costs and by collaborating with experienced tech suppliers, we’ve been able to find smart ways to save. Those savings are then passed on to the customer.

User friendly and convenient

By offering “kits” that have everything you need to get started, we make it easier to have Smart lighting in your home and if you end up wanting to expand your solution, it’s simple. “You can start with the function that suits you and your family’s life, and you can build on that,” says Rebecca. You can look forward to even more Smart lighting products from IKEA in the future. “There will be upgrades and new things customers can do to improve and build on the system,” says Rebecca, who sees a fuss-free future where very little can interrupt a lazy afternoon. “If you sit on your sofa and want to turn on the light, but the light switch is over on the wall, well, obviously with the wireless remote you don’t actually have to get up!”
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TRÅDFRI Wireless control outlet