|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.9 x 2.9 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||ZW111-A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Number Of Holes||1|
Aeotec Nano Dimmer lighting controller, Z-Wave Plus, In-wall, Light dimming, works with Alexa
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- Installs invisibly behind light switch to make any switch a Z-Wave switch
- Universal light bulb compatibility: Incandescent, Halogen (with transformer/ without transformer), Dimmable LED bulbs, Dimmable CFL lights, Fluorescent bulbs.
- Compatible with 2 and 3 wire electrical systems with or without a neutral, supports both leading and trailing edge dimming, and can be used in 3-way installation
- Compatible with certified Z-Wave gateways including Samsung SmartThings, Mios Vera, Domoticz, Fibaro, and Homeseer
- Z-Wave Plus certified for quicker response time and best wireless range. Certification number: ZC10-16125354
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|Item Dimensions||2.9 x 2.9 x 1.1 in||1.96 x 2.02 x 0.73 in||1.56 x 1.69 x 0.63 in||1.58 x 1.69 x 0.76 in||1.5 x 1.6 x 0.6 in||1.85 x 1.25 x 3 in|
Nano Dimmer lets you convert any light dimmer switch into a Z-Wave Plus dimmer. You can control it, schedule it or automate it from your existing light switch or a Z-Wave gateway. Though 60% smaller than previous models, Nano Dimmer is brimming with new control, automation and safety features. It can be installed in less than 5 minutes because it’s universally compatible with the most popular home wiring systems: you can use it with both leading and trailing edge dimming, the wiring requires with or without a neutral wire, and you can use it behind a standard light switch or in a 3-way configuration. You can even use it with all sorts of modern light bulbs including LEDs, CFLs, incandescent, halogen, dimmable LEDs and dimmable CFLs. Nano Dimmer is the first and only universal Z-Wave light dimmer, and its fantastic dimming capabilities are complemented by super-accurate power metering, surge protection and overload protection. Nano Dimmer is compatible with all certified Z-Wave gateways including SmartThings, Fibaro and Vera. It will also work with Amazon Alexa when used with an Alexa compatible hub or gateway such as SmartThings
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This is my third Aeotec Nano unit (the other two are Nano Switches). Reviewers here and elsewhere often comment on how small they are. But once you get into a box and try to fit in this and the wiring and the switch, it turns out not to be so small after all. I use two of my Nano's without external switches; fitting them into the box without a switch isn't a big problem. But using both the Nano and the switch isn't easy and requires fairly tedious adjustment of wire lengths and positions.
When I turned on the power, the five led candelabra bulbs light up to fill brightness (not smoothly, lots of flicker, but I am going to blame the bulbs for now) and then decrease to about 25% brightness. And then they are stuck. These 60 watt equivalent bulbs worked great in another situation (with a neutral) with an aeotech micro dimmer. It might be the case that they need a bypass, but I thought with five 6watt led bulbs it would work! (6x5 = 30watt). The product documentation states a bypass shouldn't be needed in a two wire installation if the load is over 20w. The candelabra bulbs have good reviews on amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B017R78NRA/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Edit: I put in a 40watt candelabra bulb and the device is working. I am now running 4 6w bulbs and one 40watt bulb. My zwave dimmer switches from 2010 could also handle this. They had a 40watt minimum with two wire installation. As of today the bypass is not commercially available, so this will have to do.
The nano was not listed in my vera plus UI7. Other aeotec z-wave devices I have purchased have all been listed. I have used a micro dimmer, as well as two appliance modules.
I was able to pair the nano as a general dimmable light. Selecting on/off in the app does change the green light from on to off on the nano dimmer, so I can tell it is paired. Once I added an incandescent bulb to increase the load I can control the fixture using Vera. I would like to have usage data in Vera like I do with their other metered z-wave products.
The light switch didn't work initially. After reading another review, I hit the action button four times in two minutes and then flipped the switch. After that, I waited 10 seconds to try it out, and it worked!
I will revise this review if I can work with Aeotec to get the nano working better with Vera or working without an incandescent load.
Originally i started using the GE zwave+ light switches, these worked great in our clubhouse but were no good for the main house as none of our light switches have neutral wires... I was already using some other Aeotec / Aeon Labs zwave items so have been waiting for the new nano switches and dimmers.
Btw aeon technical support is excellent friendly helpful brilliant.
First, be a little careful, only the nano dimmer can be used for cases with no neutral - the nano switch DOES need a neutral. Thats a shame as for my purpose i don't need dimming capability. Anyway i was very happy to see the nano switch and dimmer come to amazon just recently and immediately ordered two nano dimmers. my top priority it to smart enable lighting on our front and back porch.
The nano dimmer is actually smaller than i expected and i was therefore expecting no problems installing it. HOWEVER i did actually have an issue... maybe its just that the first installation is in to a very old box... the box had enough space for the mechanics of the light switch plus the nano dimmer HOWEVER no the wire twist/connects as well. fortunately i was able to carefully push these to one side as this was a double light switch box so i could push them off behind the other switch.
This first install for the font porch is a simple one, as its a single switch. However as noted before there was no neutral wire. Anyway most of the install has gone very well. My qolsys.2 seems to be quite happy operating the lights. I did have two small issues. Initially the physical switch doesn't seem to be working - i managed to fix that by using the manual setup (sending the right config parameter to the device). not totally sure why it didn't auto detect. turning light on is fast, off a little slower. the second issue was that the lights in question have dawn-to-dusk sensor. this caused me some problem getting things up and running. now in the dark its all working perfectly. I did end up un pairing and re pairing in the dark which fixed my issue with the qolsys registering to alarm.com. i am trying to decide whether to disable the dawn-to-dusk by bypassing the sensor in the light fitting. When it's dark everything's g works good when not dark there isn't enough power for the nano dimmer but it comes online as soon as it's dusk. its also possible that this looks power also ease up the auto config of the switch. The nano dimmer automatically figures out what type of switch it has (it can be programmed as manually) and maybe due to low power in the day this didn't work and i had to manually program it. interestingly the nano dimmer does have the power monitor - i thought only the nano switch had this. also interestingly the application notes say that it may not work too well unless there is at least 20w load - and they are bringing out a load device you can add - however I'm using only 2 led bulbs and I'm pretty sure they don't make 20w the nano dimmer itself is reporting that they are only drawing 4 to 5w however seems to be working nicely.
Now i will move forwards and install the second nano dimmer which will be going in to a dual switch scenario as our back porch connects to family and master bed rooms and so has two switches on the light circuit... that one will be more interesting as i am not yet clear how to wire mostly because i don't know how the internal wiring is in the wall !!!
one other small nit, because the nano dimmer is small the box is small and therefore they made the manual very small. at 52 i struggle to read the super fine print. quite funny really ;-)
all in all though as with other aeotec devices (excluding their power strip) i am VERY happy.
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