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    Z-Wave Plugin On/Off, NO LOGO (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
    Product # 11995
    Out of Stock ETA: 4/15/2018


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    Model 11995
    Protocol Z-Wave
    Frequency 908.42 MHz
    Operating Range Up to 100 feet line of sight
    Operating Temperature +5 ~ 140°F (-15 ~ +60°C)
    Maximum Resistive Load 1800W for 110 VAC, 3600W for 220 VAC

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    Is this UL rated?
    Bob F on Nov 29, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: This device does not have a UL rating
    I am unable to get these to pair with my SmartThings Hub 2. Does anyone have any tips or suggestions?
    A shopper on Aug 22, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The switch seems very sensitive to how far it is from the hub when pairing. Try pairing it when it is 3 feet or less from the hub. This seems to be some sort of security measure as, once paired, the range is somewhere around 100 feet or so.
    Does this work with Alexa, without any hubs?
    Mark B on Nov 28, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. This item still requires a Z-wave controller for it to work properly with any device, including Alexa. I hope this helps and thank you for your inquiry!
    Is this a z-wave plus device?
    Benjamin P on Jan 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. Unfortunately no, this device is not a Z-wave plus device. I apologize for the inconvenience
    Does this Monoprice Z-wave device support dimming of an attached incandescent lamp?
    A shopper on Mar 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. This unit will only support on or off function. It would not support dimming.
    Has anyone connected this to a Harmony home hub? I want to switch a small amp that has no remote.
    A shopper on Jan 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: you'll need a separate z-wave hub/controller. I use a rasberry pi with a usb z-wave stick. you could also use a samsung smarthings hub. After your hub is set up, your harmony home hub will communicate with the z-wave hub, which sends the on/off command to this product.
    Can this be used outdoors?
    A shopper on Jun 19, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I put the device inside a dollar-store ziploc container, and it turned on/off my Christmas lights in Canada all season long with no issues. Cut a hole into the container for the cable, plugged it in, and sealed up the hole with a small dab of silicon. For about a week we dropped to -10F...no issues. Controlled it with Samsung SmartThings hub v. 2.
    I have this plug and it was not excluded from its former Smartthings hub. I cannot include it with its new Smartthings hub, any ideas how to force this thing back to factory defaults? I have tried Monoprice but they do not respond to requests.
    A shopper on Sep 18, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I had a similar issue but not the exact same unit. However I think they are mostly all alike. Plug the unit into the wall. Then press and hold the button for 30 or more seconds. Make sure it is at least 30 seconds. Then remove it from the wall, wait a few minutes. Plug it back into the wall and go through the process of including it again. Hope that's helpful.
    Does this have a minimum load? I have another zwave outlet that won't work without at least a 14 watt load., wondering if this has similar restriction.
    A shopper on Jul 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I have many of these, on various devices throughout my home. All have worked, be it an air compressor (big load), to a wifi module (light load). Really like this product.
    I have three of these switches connected to a smart things hub. One of them is always reporting that it is on, even though the switch is actually off. There other two work as expected. All three show up as generic z wave switches in Smartthings. Any suggestions, short of sending it in for replacement?
    Javier d on Jan 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry to hear that; In order to better assist you, please feel free to contact us at tech@monoprice.com with a detailed summary of the issue you are experiencing and our knowledgeable Technical Support staff would be more than happy to assist. Thank you
    In the Smartthings app does this device show how many watts are being used when it is turned on?
    Monte F on Jan 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Your question is a good one! This unit appears to be the same as those also sold by General Electric (or really good knockoffs). Anyway, I purchased these plug-in On/Off switches to control lamps, cameras and a DVR. They work well for this application. Monoprice shows the 100v-220v range, but does not list wattage info.,, other than: resistive load of 1800watts for 110VAC and 3600watts for 220VAC. (Ref. Specifications section of the user manual PID 11995; see the webpage for this item at: http://downloads.monoprice.com/files/manuals/11995_Manual_141204.pdf
    Newbie question here. Once added to your z-wave network, does it need to be 100 feet from the hub (Smartthings) or does it just need to be within 100 feet of any other z-wave device that can mesh the signal back to the hub?
    Matt H on Dec 14, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No question is without its merits. You are correct, with a mesh network you only need to be as close as you next z-wave device. I believe the mesh network rebuilds itself each night ( at least with my Vera Plus) and creates the best path for each device to find the hub. Hope this helps. I have been working with Smart devices for the past several years and they are improving all the time. This is a great time time to get started.
    Does anyone else have trouble (or rather a solution) with the device reporting status to SmartThings? Mine will report for a few hours after pairing then never again till I reset it. RMA'd one and the second does the same thing. It continues to respond to commands (button in ST or smart apps) but does not show on/off correctly nor can I use as a trigger.
    John H on Jul 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I have 3 of these and I also have had trouble with them every once in awhile. I tried in IDE to change from generic z wave to Plain Z wave device with some success. I have 1 that has been rock solid working for 8 months that just last week decided it no longer would find it. The other 2 seem to work fine as far as auto trigger controlled but every once in awhile I have to unplug it for a few seconds then reconnect it and all is fine for months. I wish I could tell you more but all I can say is they have been working well enough now that I wonder if it is because of more devices making stronger mesh network where when I had only the 3 it was constantly dropping them
    For those that have this working well with Smartthings, how far is the outlet to the ST hub? I had for about 2 month and it has been a struggle. It works well only when it's close to the hub (10-15 ft). It's often not controllable when I put it upstairs (my hub is kind of in the center of the 1st floor, so it's not like corner to corner distance and my Samsung outlet works flawlessly at the same location). I also tried to put it in the garage, which is close to the hub, but cannot get it work! Any suggestion?
    A shopper on Dec 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: My ST Hub v2 is in my basement and I have 2 of these all the way on the other side of the house on the main level. One in the garage for Christmas lights and the other in the living room.

    Are you talking about getting it to pair? If so, you're going to have the best result if you pair it next to the hub and then move it to where you need it.

    Also, note that I have several other Z-Wave devices throughout my house so that helps since it'll set up a mesh network to help signal distance.
    Does this work with ADT Pulse?
    A shopper on Sep 15, 2017
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    What is the warranty?
    Bob F on Nov 29, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, in regards to this item. It is a 1 year warranty for this particular electronic. Thank you!
    Are these Load Sensing? Some of the GE ones are load sensing.
    A shopper on Jan 28, 2018
    I just bought this and I am having a very difficult time getting it paired to my SmartThings hub. I've followed the instructions and set the hub into inclusion mode, then pressed the button on the Plugin for a second. Nothing..... Tried excluding it from the hub, nothing. Tried many different outlets, nothing. Any suggestions?
    Dean H on Nov 26, 2017
    Is this compatible with lowes iris?
    A shopper on Oct 27, 2017
    4.6 / 5.0
    99 Reviews
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    Works with Vera - 1.7.1419
    I bought this module to automate my outdoor LED xmas lights. Works Perfect!

    PROS: Functionally perfect! with my Vera automation controller.
    LED lights do not seem to 'flicker' when the module is OFF, unlike other vendors.

    CONS: Device is a little larger than your average wall-wart. I removed 1-star for this reason.
    This device does not have a UL, CSA, or ETL stamp. If these are sold in North America - I would expect one or more of these endorsements.
    December 4, 2015
    Works with Smartthings Once Set Up
    I purchased 6 of these Z-Wave plugs. I love having these plugs since I can easily turn on and off items from the Smarttings app on my phone.. I've also programmed them to turn on and off at certain times of the day. I've had them for about 3-weeks and so far, so good! I did have a little trouble setting them up. As of now, I still have 1 that isn't working. The instructions that came with the plugs weren't very helpful. I was able to figure out that they are the same as the GE Plug-In Smart Switch and when I tried to connect that specific device, I had success. I believe the one that isn't working may just need to be reset. All in all, I've very happy with this purchase. I was able to get these at a great price compared to other stores. I'm thinking about buying a few more.

    PROS: Price
    Works with Smartthings

    CONS: Instructions on how to setup not very clear
    August 21, 2016
    Works great
    Set up with Smartthings/Echo, works well.

    PROS: Inexpensive, works well

    CONS: fairly large
    February 24, 2016
    Works fine with a VeraPlus controller. No issues.
    March 7, 2017
    1 year ago
    Nice portable smart outlet
    I am using this outlet with a Smartthings 2.0 hub. It has worked flawlessly. (I have owned it for two months now.) I am happy with my purchase.
    No light to signal if it is on/off from a distance
    Makes a soft clicking noise when turned on/off, I assume this is to give you some type of feedback that the outlet has done what you asked it to.

    PROS: small, if placed in top outlet it will not block bottom outlet
    manual button for on/off control
    Z-wave smart
    Simple to connect with Smartthings 2.0

    CONS: None that I can think of.
    August 16, 2016
    Solid Performer
    We just moved into a new house and I'm determined to do things smarter this time. Instead of random timers and switches all over the house, I'm setting up a Z-wave based home automation system.

    The based station was relatively inexpensive (Vera model) but the cost of components can easily add up. For instance, a brand-name model of this on-off switch can cost as much as $50.

    I was excited to see that Monoprice had these items at a more reasonable price - but don't let the price fool you: these work just as well as the branded models.

    Setup was typically simple for these types of switches - I had it up and running in 2 minutes, which includes unboxing, logging into my controller and running the setup utility.

    I plan to buy a few more each month so that all the plug-in lamps in the house can be controlled.

    PROS: Solid fit-and-finish
    Easy Setup
    Universal Z-Wave compatibility

    CONS: None that I can think of!
    January 6, 2016
    Works great out of the box with Vera
    I use this switch with a vera controller. Easy setup and worked immediately out of the box.

    PROS: Easy to set up, dependable

    CONS: none
    March 16, 2016
    Z-Wave Plugin On/Off - NO LOGO
    Works great! No issues to include in Z-Wave network and no issues controlling afterwards.

    PROS: Works as advertised. Great price.

    CONS: Bulky size.
    August 8, 2016
    Flawless integration with Samsung SmartThings hub 2.0
    Pairing was simple and easy, had it up and working with my Samsung SmartThings hub 2.0 within minutes of opening the box. Now my Christmas tree lights automatically turn on when my wife or I arrive home and automatically turns off when we leave the house or when the clock hits midnight.

    PROS: Easy to use, integrates with most home automation hubs, cheaper than most similar devices
    December 20, 2015
    works great
    Easily pared w/ a 2GIG home security controller that does zwave. Just be sure to know that one plug is zwave controlled and the other is just a normal plug.
    January 28, 2017
    1 year ago


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