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    Z-Wave Plus Wall Socket Plug-in Receptacle with 2 USB and 1 AC Port up to 2.4A (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
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    Radio Protocol Z-Wave Plus®
    Radio Frequency 908.42
    Indoor Z-Wave® Radio Range Up to 131 ft. (40m), depending on building materials
    Outdoor Z-Wave Radio Range 492 ft. (150m)
    AC Input Power 120 VAC, ±10%, 60Hz
    Rated Current Load 15A
    Maximum Resistive Load 1800W
    Power Consumption ≤1.5W
    USB 1 Output 5.0 ±0.25 VDC, 1A, 5W
    USB 2 Output 5.0 ±0.25 VDC, 2.4A, 12W
    Operating Temperature +14 ~ +104°F (-10 ~ +40°C)
    Storage Temperature -4 ~ +140°F (-20 ~ +60°C)
    Storage Humidity 0 ~ 80% RH, non-condensing
    Dimensions 3.2" x 2.2" x 1.1" (82 x 55 x 28 mm)

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    Is it compatible with Wink Hub?
    A shopper on Jan 30, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, this product is compatible with Wink, SmartThings, Vera, Homeseer, Vivint and Zipato
    How do you pair this with a Wink 2 hub?
    Bruce K on May 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: 1. Open the Wink app.
    2. On the main page, scroll to the bottom and tap Add a Product.
    3. Scroll down and tap on Power.
    4. Tap Plug-In Switch (Leviton).
    5. Tap Next.
    6. On Step 1 of 6, tap Next.
    7. On Step 2 of 6, tap Next.
    8. On Step 3 of 6, tap Next.
    9. Plug the Monoprice Z Wave Plus® Wall Socket Plug in Receptacle into an AC receptacle.
    10. On Step 4 of 6, tap CONNECT NOW.
    11. On Step 5 of 6, press the button on the top of the Monoprice Z-Wave switch 3 times.
    12. Wait about 10 seconds for the success message.
    13. Continue through the setup to name your device and you're done.
    14. The switch will appear on your Lights & Power page with a light bulb icon (which you can change to a handy plug icon).
    What is the maximum wattage for appliances? I have tried a washer and dryer separately running around 700W and it shuts off in 2 seconds.
    Jimmy C on Jun 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: According to the spec posted on monoprice, it is rated for 15A and up to 1800W resistive load. Typically switch device like this is NOT rated for motor or HP load, which is what you have when powering a dryer or washer. Although it may still work (I assume it uses an internal relay switch) the power consumption meter will sure be inaccurate if you try to measure something with a motor / hp load. Therefore I would not recommend using this for something like a dryer for sure because today's dryers are usually rated at 30A.
    Can I use this as a normal outlet, or do I need to plug it into the wall?
    Sameer K on Jan 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It is designed to be plugged into an existing wall outlet. It cannot act as a normal outlet that you would install in the wall.
    Who would provide firmware updates for this?
    Matthew H on Feb 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. If there are any updates to the firmware, we would have it listed beneath the product description.
    Does this also turn the USB charging ports on and off, or only the AC socket?
    I'm asking because I need something that I can program to turn on and off periodically to keep some battery-powered devices charged up via USB, and would love to avoid having an extra USB wall-wart to do so. Anyone know of any z-wave or zigbee SmartThings-compatible devices to directly do this with? (as opposed to just using an outlet and an AC charger.)
    New User U on Aug 28, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It only turns off the wall socket. The USB ports remain on.
    Does this device support beaming/security (i.e. repeater for locks)?
    Todd N on Sep 1, 2017
    Does its power measurement need calibration? It is reporting my 7W LED bulb consuming 241W. Is that normal?
    Stannon Y on Jun 17, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry to hear that, I would recommend re-pairing the wall socket with your hub to see if it may help with the issue. Feel free to reach out to our technical support team should you have any questions here:


    Thank you
    I'm using this with a vera and chose a generic device when pairing it. It works for switching on and off but the watts reporting is way off. It says a LED light bulb which is rated at around 10w is using 283w. Should I have selected a different device when pairing and is there something I can do to correct the watts reporting?
    Jim F on Jun 15, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: This does not answer your question directly but might help. I'm having the same issues when connected to SmartThings hub. 100w bulb was showing close to 2000W on this outlet. As the outlet has a shutoff when the wattage gets too high (i.e. documentation says 1800W), it often shuts off. Essentially unusable for anything more than a small lamp, and I bought 10 of them. Computer is too much; TV is too much; small appliances are too much. Fortunately I do have lamps I want to use them for around the house, but I'm not sure if I'll use 10... Some seem to have lower cutoff thresholds than others, but all of mine report the wattage absurdly high. I reported it to Monoprice and they offered to let me return them, but didn't know why it was happening or what to do about it. If you or anyone else does find a solution please share!
    Where is the power button located and does the unit block the other wall outlet? Could two units work in one outlet?
    A shopper on Jan 29, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The power button is on the top. If I plug this into the top socket in my outlet, it's easy to use the bottom socket for something else. You would need to make sure your outlets are installed right side up, ie, that the ground is on the bottom not the top.
    Are USB outlets always on or controlled by zwave state of the AC output?
    A shopper on Jun 10, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The USB outlets are always on, even when AC output is off.
    Does this work with ADT Pulse?
    A shopper on Sep 15, 2017
    Z-Wave Plus Wall Socket Plug-in Receptacle with 2 USB and 1 AC Port up to 2.4A (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Z-Wave Plus Wall Socket Plug-in Receptacle with 2 USB and 1 AC Port up to 2.4A (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Z-Wave Plugin On/Off, NO LOGO (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Z-Wave Plugin On/Off, NO LOGO (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    BEST ANSWER: ADT pulse uses Z wave technology, hence it should work. However ADT will not guarantee if the product is not from their approved list of product
    Is this UL / ETL listed?
    A shopper on May 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes it is, thanks
    Does this device use electro-mechanical relay or solid state switch to on-off the power?
    A shopper on Mar 19, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Since I can hear a clicking noise at turn-on, I assume it's a mechanical relay.
    Can you use this directly with Amazon Alexa or do you need a z wave hub?
    A shopper on Jun 10, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Alexa devices to date (Echo, Dot) need a z-wave hub to operate z-wave devices such as this. Alexa can control some wi-fi devices directly (e.g. WeMo switches or LIFX bulbs). Not these switches.
    Does this device require a three-prong outlet (NEMA5) or will it work on a two-prong (NEMA1) outlet?
    A shopper on Jun 14, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: This is made for a 3 prong outlet.
    How do you make it work with smartThings. mine just shows up as z wave relay. NO power readings . Is there a specific device handler?. Don't want to use it as just an on/off switch.
    Ajay L on May 12, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. It does not seem as if it is a compatibility issue, as Polly mentioned it connected correctly just fine. It sounds as if the device may be having an issue when it pairs, we would be happy to setup a replacement. Please contact us with your order number via the methods available here:


    Our friendly support staff would be more than happy to assist. Thank you!
    Does this function as a Z-Wave repeater for other Z-Wave devices?
    Lei W on Mar 24, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It's supposed to. I actually bought it as a repeater. Anecdotally the (embedded) outlet that was a little flakey seems to be a little less flakey since I installed this between it and the hub.
    Wondering what the difference is between this product and #27481? I'm new to the Smart Home world, thanks
    Jivan S on Mar 9, 2018
    Z-Wave Plus Wall Socket Plug-in Receptacle with 2 USB and 1 AC Port up to 2.4A (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Z-Wave Plus Wall Socket Plug-in Receptacle with 2 USB and 1 AC Port up to 2.4A (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Z-Wave Plus Smart Plug and Repeater with 2 USB Ports (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Z-Wave Plus Smart Plug and Repeater with 2 USB Ports (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    BEST ANSWER: Item 27481 has an LED Indicator.

    LED Indicator: An RGB LED indicates on/off status, Z-Wave network range, and power load.
    4.2 / 5.0
    44 Reviews
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    Works w/ SmartThings
    Paired this pretty quickly with SmartThings. I threw away the instruction manual and couldn't find it online, but since it only has one button some trial and error got it into pairing mode.

    The USB outlets are NOT switched. It wasn't clear from the description (at least to me), though I guessed this was the likely case. For me I wanted them always-on anyway so this is a good thing, not a bad thing.

    On a standard outlet, if you put this in the TOP plug it will not block the bottom plug. I have no problems plugging something into the bottom plug (say, a macbook pro magsafe charger) with this on top. The manual power button is on the top, so that too works fine and is not blocked if you are using the other outlet socket.

    The power readings seem accurate and compare to other measuring outlets I have. I believe it does not include power drawn by the USB ports in what it reports (again, sort of what I expected).

    Note this is an on/off switch, not a dimmer. You can use it with a lamp but, obviously, won't be able to dim that lamp. This is clearly described but felt stating it again couldn't hurt. IMO an on/off switch is a bit more versatile anyway since you can use it for a lot more than lamps.

    For what I paid this was an awesome purchase, and a solid deal.
    February 10, 2017
    1 year ago
    Inaccurate measurement and shuts off on its own
    The only reason that I am buying this is because the power consumption meter. But its measurement is way off. A simple on/off lamp that uses a 7W LED bulb is measured to be 241W while in use.

    In addition, the outlet will shut itself off if the current draw is high. Combining it with a bad measurement means it will shut off on its own. I was planning to use it to control a hot water kettle but that failed terribly. Not only it goes black out on its own, it also becomes offline for good until manual intervention. This receptacle is going back!
    July 8, 2017
    10 months ago
    Poorly designed AC transformer squeals high-pitched noise, unacceptable
    As is typical with these cheaply designed products (the engineers hope that no one will notice), the AC electrical transformer in this small unit simply wasn't created properly, and it squeals a high-pitched noise that's unacceptable. For example, if it's in your bedroom, you'll be sleeping with it squealing in your ears all night long. Not exactly good for your auditory health. Avoid this product.
    May 19, 2017
    1 year ago
    Highly Recommended - Works well - A product to avoid.
    I purchased two plug-in devices, this and a more expensive similar Product # 27481. This device works very well and has not missed any commands. Can't say that for Product # 27481. The other item is a more esthetically pleasing device with rounded edges and halo LED lights, but it just doesn't work as well. The Product # 27481 did not switch in locations where this produce performed flawlessly. In short I would recommend this product over the more costly # 27481.
    January 24, 2018
    2 months ago
    Remote switch works but power meter is a joke
    Paired with Smarthings easily, and the remote switch on/off of a window fan works well. However, the power measurement is not at all correct when compared with KillAWatt and CurbEnergy power meters. I've encountered this poor power measurement with both of the 2 units i ordered where one is off by and order of magnitude (10x), and the other is off by 2x. Down side with the bad power measurements is it fills up the Smartthings even log with junk data, where if this was just a z-wave switch the log would be cleaner and show just the switching events. Good thing is I got this when the price was $22, which is a good price considering other options.
    June 25, 2017
    10 months ago
    good, if your unit doesn't buzz
    one of my units was fine. the other there was a loud buzz from it when plugged in.
    February 7, 2017
    Response from Monoprice
    Truly sorry for any inconvenience while using the Product. From your feedback, it sounds like you may have a defective item. If you can please reach out to us direct at reviews@monoprice.com with your order information, we can look into see what options are available for replacement.
    April 12, 2017
    New User UStaff
    Works as described, took some effort to pair with smarthings
    The instructions were not very clear on how to pair it. It was not recognized when first plugged in. I tried holding down the button, that did not work either. Unplugged and plugged it in again a few times and somehow it was recognized by smarththings, Has worked fine since then. Smartthings also tells you power usage. The on/off function only controls the plug, not the usb outlets.
    May 30, 2017
    10 months ago
    inaccurate metering; max load < 75W
    I paired it with a samsung smart thing hub.
    The plug is rated 15A (1800W), but when I put a 75W light bulb as load, it turns off after a few second. If I use a 60W bulb, then it stays on. However, it reports the load is 1856W.

    This kind of makes sense. It has a faulty metering circuit. And when it senses the load is greater than 1800W, which is its maximum rating, its overload protection kicks in and turns off the switch. Except what it thinks is 1800w is only just 60W.

    This is very disappointing for me because I was planning to switch a heavy load with it. Now I can only use it for very light load like LED light bulbs.

    It's not worth the trouble to return it. But you might want to think twice before buying.
    November 20, 2017
    Works With Smart Things
    Works great and easy to pair with Smart Things. Takes up only one-half of an outlet (if you use the upper one) and frees up more outlet/power strip space with the 2 USB charging ports. Also great that it has a manual override switch and an indicator light to show that it's on.
    Highly recommended; I wish Monoprice would also have it in a form factor so it replaces the outlet(s) altogether.
    May 29, 2017
    10 months ago
    Easy/ fast setup
    I was able to have this wall socket plug in receptacle paired with my Samsung Hub V2 in less than 5 minutes, including opening the box. It was ready to pair at first power on, never used the manual.
    July 25, 2017
    8 months ago


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