|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.2 x 1.4 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||ZW096|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Special Features||Easy to Install|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||Smart Switch 6|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty against manufacturer defects|
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Aeotec by Aeon Labs ZW096 ZW096-A Smart Switch 6 Small White
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- Z-Wave Plus smart plug with real-time energy metering and surge protection.
- Wireless on / off control, schedule, USB port made to charge your smartphone or tablet.
- USB port (1.5A) on side of switch charges USB devices. impossibly thin at 0.35"" in depth
- Tested to work with Z-Wave gateways including Fibaro, Home Assistant, Oomi, openHAB, Piper, SmartThings, Vera, and Wink. Z-Wave Plus certified for wide compatibility; Working Band: 908.42MHz. The product(s) is affixed with the CE marking.total_power outlets:1
- Z-Wave Plus certified for quicker response time, better wireless range, and additional wireless security encryption. Z-Wave certification number: ZC10-15050012.
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Smart Switch 6.
Smart Switch 6 is a smart plug that lets you wirelessly control whatever is plugged into it. You can do that via remote control or a smart phone, and from an automation schedule or from the power outlet itself.
Smaller & Better.
We made the first Smart Switch in 2006. Now we’ve re-engineered it, perfecting its technology and design, inside and out.
Smart Switch 6 is the most beautiful Smart Switch amount Aeotec smart switches. Compact without compromise, at just 60 x 60 mm Smart Switch 6 is over 84% smaller than our first edition. And even though it’s 43% smaller than the recently release Smart Switch Gen5.
Plug & Play.
Anyone can install Smart Switch 6. Plug it into a wall outlet and press the action button on the front. Everything else is handled by your Z-Wave hub.
Smart Switch 6 lets you wirelessly control whatever is plugged into it. You can do that via remote control or a smart phone, and from an automation schedule or from the power outlet itself. Now your wall socket is smarter and connected.
The perfect balance between design, size, features and safety, Smart Switch 6 is now 84% smaller than Aeotec’s previous generations of Z-Wave smart plugs. Completely re-engineered and re-imagined from the inside out, Smart Switch 6 can be used to control and automated electronics and appliances that use up to 15 amps of power. Because it’s a smart plug, Smart Switch 6 will also monitor those electronics and report real-time electricity usage back to your Z-Wave system with up to 99% accuracy. Built upon Aeotec’s leading Gen5 technology, this smart plug can be automated, scheduled, and remotely controlled via Z-Wave Plus while also acting as a Z-Wave repeater. But it’s not just a smart plug - Smart Switch 6 is also a convenient plug, offering side-port charging of smart phones and tablets so that USB charging are never out of reach and also a safe plug, offering inbuilt surge protection and over-current protection. Smart Switch 6 has been designed to work with certified Z-Wave systems including Fibaro, Home Assistant, Oomi, openHAB, Open Z-Wave, Piper, SmartThings, Vera, and Wink.
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These new smart switches are buggy. In every scenario I placed these in, they all stopped responding. You need to walk up to them and unplug them. The range of these switches seems to be lacking, too. I have z-wave with repeating going on every 10' or so in this house. But yet, sometimes the device wouldnt power on or off...it'd take a few tries.
If you are looking for a z-wave outlet switch, look somewhere else. These are simply not reliable, and there is no available firmware to fix the problems.
The metering functionality is great. The configuration is bizarre, as it is with all zwave stuff I’ve used. I’d love to have checkboxes or a drop down menu rather than having to calculate bitmasks to enable functionality. But it reports volts, amps, Watts, and kWh every 3 seconds. In the attached grafana graph, the top chart is whole-house power usage (from Aeotec 9104) And the bottom chart, green chart is the fridge and yellow is the water heater.
Considering I don’t want the switch functionality, this is pricey at $49 just for a meter. I’d like to be able to disable to switch entirely. In the meantime I’ll probsbly buy more of these over time to see what’s gobbling up all the power in my house. When everybody’s asleep at 3 am the house is still pulling 400-600 Watts, and is like to get that down if possible.
So overall, the smart switch is pretty good, but the range in my house, not so much. Not sure if that’s due to walls/wiring interfering, but just keep it in mind.
I'm hoping this is just a problem with the vera generic support or an undocumented parameter that can be configured. What makes me hopefully this is just a configuration is I found if I put the switch into night light mode (parameter 81, value 2, only documented parameter) then the on/off command from the vera would turn the ring light on and off, but still not the load. I'm also hoping that setting another undocumented parameter 20 to 1 will also cause the switches to start in on mode after the next power flicker, the limited testing I've done with it seems to be working.
The power monitoring has been working great with the vera and graphing in dataMine plugin. I would recommend setting the undocumented parameter 80 to 1 to get more instance notifications when the power changes. Since this just worked I don't have much to say other then this was the main reason I purchased these devices so I'm happy at least that part just worked.
Another undocumented parameter that I have tested and have working is parameter 83 which sets the night light mode led color. The first three bytes are the Red, Green, Blue values. For example if you would like a bright yellow night light just set this parameter to 'FFFF0000' in device options on the vera.
For more undocumented parameters you may want to check out the project https://github.com/OpenZWave/open-zwave which is where I found the ones I tested above.