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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)
Z-Wave Plus Smart Plug and Repeater with 2 USB Ports (Works with Alexa & Google Home with Hub)
|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|
- User's Manual (Dec 4, 2014)
Z-Wave® and Z-Wave Plus® are registered trademarks of Sigma Designs and its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
Questions and Answers
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.
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.
Works with Smartthings
CONS: Instructions on how to setup not very clear
PROS: Inexpensive, works well
CONS: fairly large
1 year ago
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
Simple to connect with Smartthings 2.0
CONS: None that I can think of.
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
Universal Z-Wave compatibility
CONS: None that I can think of!
PROS: Easy to set up, dependable
PROS: Works as advertised. Great price.
CONS: Bulky size.
PROS: Easy to use, integrates with most home automation hubs, cheaper than most similar devices
1 year ago