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Jasco 45609 Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control On/Off Switch

by Jasco
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  • Wirelessly control on/off functions of overhead lighting
  • Provides Z-wave wireless and manual control
  • LED indicator allows easy location of switch in dark room
  • Requires in-wall installation with hard-wired connections
  • Easily connects using existing wires
  • Manufactured by Jasco
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Technical Details
Part Number 45609WB
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.2 x 7.2 x 2.4 inches
OriginImported (Hong Kong)
Item model number45609WB
Item Package Quantity1
Switch StyleToggle
  
Additional Information
ASINB0035YRCR2
Best Sellers Rank #317 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 25, 2010
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Z-wave wireless lighting control allows you to control any type of lighting.

Product Description

Enables wireless control of on/off functions of hard-wired incandescent lighting, LED, xenon, halogen & fluorescent lighting

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Customer Reviews

The install was very easy.
Krypticknowledge
If you have a Pulse system, or any other Z-wave, I recommend this switch as an easy add on.
K. G. Holt
We hooked this up to homeseer and it works just fine.
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73 of 77 people found the following review helpful By electronics guy on February 18, 2012
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I have been using these for over a year now with no problems. A few notes on these...

As others have noted there is a blue LED that by default is on when the switch is off. Some find that annoying though it helps locate the switch in the dark. It's programmable and you can flip it if you want to where the LED is off when the switch is off and on when the switch is on. That is helpful as an indicator when the switch is controlling something that you can't see from the switch location (outside lights, etc.) But it is programmable but requires a master controller that can program zwave devices to be able to set this.

If the switch is installed upside down for whatever reason, the operation can similarly be reversed through programming a parameter.

As to lifetime that some have mentioned, there can be various reasons. Certainly there can be lemons that no matter what you do will fail and need to be replaced. But possibly/probably a bigger reason for early failures are surges and spikes on the power line. These can be due to your neighbor's air conditioner switching on and off, lightning, wind shorting lines together, etc. These same surges and spikes (which can be hundreds of volts, btw) also kill other electronics like LCD TVs, computers, GFCI breakers, etc.

If people are going to invest in home automation, please consider getting a whole house surge suppressor. For things that plug in, you can use the outlet strip style suppressors, but things like these zwave devices are permanently wired in. You need a whole house surge suppressor to protect this stuff. I have one and while I can't prove the negative, have yet to have a GFCI failure or zwave failure.

But these switches work great although they are a bit expensive for what is inside them.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By FD on January 18, 2011
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I purchased 5 of these 2 way on/off switches to remotely control the lights in my house. Replacing the existing switches with these Z-Wave ones were relatively straightforward. My old switches only used 2 wires (Line [Hot] and Load) while these switches use 4 wires (Line, Load, Neutral, and Ground). Like most electricians would suggest, I also recommend using the screw terminals instead of the push terminals. On one switch I was lazy and used the push terminals and the wire kept popping out (even if I tightened the screw which made no difference). Note that the Z-Wave switch is pretty bulky and will take up about 75-80% of the work box space so if you're installing into a work box that has multiple switches, make sure there's enough room (depth-wise).

Adding the switches to my Mi Casa Verde Vera 2 was painless and these switches are detected right away (Just press up and then down to sync). The blue LED is nice and not overpowering. You can easily find the switch in the dark. The relay in the switch makes a clicking noise when you turn it on/off, but it's pretty quiet, no complaints here. Switches work great and I would give them a 5 star rating if the depth was half the size.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 29, 2013
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First of all, I'm not an electrician but I understand the basic concepts of electricity, since I deal with electricity with my job.

I decided to replace a pair of basic light switches with these Z-Wave light switches. The ones I was replacing only had Line, Load and Ground on them, with all of the Neutral wires bundled in the back of the switch box.

These Z-Wave switches REQUIRE a Neutral to turn on. I beat my head against a wall for about 30 minutes trying to figure out how to get the Neutral wire to work with this switch. I tried the Neutral wire on the Line side and the Neutral from the Load side. It wouldn't work with either one.

The instructions weren't the best, so I went to the trusty internet to find a solution. Turns out if you run an additional Neutral wire from the Z-Wave switch, and bundle it with the other Neutral wires in the switch box it works perfectly.

I was able to connect it to my house alarm and am able to operate the lights via my cell phone or computer. They turn on and off my porch and entry lights so if I'm away for a vacation or something like that I can turn them on and off to give the appearance of the house being occupied. Also if I forget to turn the lights off when I leave, I can turn them off remotely.

Also, if you are putting 2 of these side by side, you may have to trim off the aluminum tabs that are on the sides. I bought the Lutron CW-2-WH 2-Gang Claro Wall Plate, White face plate to go over the top of my switches, and had to trim the tabs to get the switches to line up with the face plate. Some of my problems may be common sense to an electrician who has installed some of these switches before, but as I said I'm not an electrician, so I gave my layman review.

I only gave 4 stars because I had to do some leg work to figure out how to install them, but really if there were some better instructions it would have easily been 5 stars.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By David on May 11, 2012
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This a single switch. On/off simple. Does not rock it only clicks slightly for on or off. No cover plate included. It must be wired with 4 wires.
Load, line, neutral and ground.

A wall switch is usually just two wires since all it does is breaks the circuit. If your lucky the neutral (white) wire was brought in the same box as where your wall switch is at. Then there is the regular green ground wire.

The wire connections are simple. The unit comes with the pre-set screws open. Get your wires ready to push in.
With your screw driver push down on the screw first for each connection then push your wire into the hole.
This lets the inside pressure plate open up while you got the screw driver ready to tighten.
Now slowly tighten down. You should only twist about 5-7 times. The wire should be tight now. Don't over tighten as this will crack the housing!

Once it's wired up and powered up go back to your controller to add, then press the bottom of the switch to learn it with your controller.

If it doesn't work with your controller delete then add it back. I had to do it twice for the controller to start controlling it. I thought it was broke but that was my fix for it.

The unit has a slight clicking noise which is normal from the relay.
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