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Z-Wave Plugin On/Off, NO LOGO
Control a light or appliance wirelessly using this Z-Wave® On/Off Plugin from Monoprice!
Z-Wave is an interoperable, two-way RF mesh networking technology used for home automation and security. AC-powered Z-Wave devices act as signal repeaters for the Z-Wave network, so multiple devices result in more possible transmission routes, which helps eliminate RF "dead spots" in the network. This module also supports FLiRS. Any Z-Wave enabled device displaying the Z-Wave logo can be used with Z-Wave devices from other manufacturers.
This Plugin can be operated remotely, using the Z-Wave controller, or directly, using the Program Switch on the device. It plugs into a standard NEMA 5-15 power outlet and includes both a Z-Wave controlled outlet and standard, unswitched outlet. It is designed so that when it is plugged into a standard two-plug wall outlet, it will not block the other power socket.
- 1x Z-Wave On/Off Plugin
- 1x User's Manual
|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
Works with Smartthings
CONS: Instructions on how to setup not very clear
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.
PROS: Inexpensive, works well
CONS: fairly large
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: Fast pairing with Smartthings V1 hub
Simple/Easy to use On/Off
CONS: None found yet
PROS: Works as advertised. Great price.
CONS: Bulky size.
PROS: Easy to use, integrates with most home automation hubs, cheaper than most similar devices
8 months ago