|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2.2 x 4.7 inches|
|Item model number||ZWN-SC7-W|
|Size||Length: 1.73" Width: 1.69" Height: 2.74"|
|Pattern||7-Button Scene Controller|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Extension Length||100ft Z-Wave Range Extension|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Plug Format||A- US style|
|Certification||Z-Wave Certified Device, FCC Part 15, Class B | UL, CUL Listed|
|Special Features||Easily create up to 7 different scenes for Z-Wave enabled device., Voltage: 120/277VAC, 50/60Hz, Maximum Scenes: Up to 7 Scenes or Zone Lighting, Signal Frequency: 908.42Mhz, Wiring Required: Hot, Neutral, Ground, Range: Up to 100 square feet in open-air and line of sight distance, depending on obstacles, Operating Temperature: 32° - 104° F, Standards and Compliance: Z-Wave Certified | FCC Part 15, Class B | UL, CUL Listed|
|Assembled Diameter||1.8 inches|
Enerwave ZWN-SC7 Z-Wave Scene Controller 7-Button Switch, 2 Free Wall Plates, NEUTRAL WIRING REQUIRED - White
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- Compatible with Vera & Smartthings Z-Wave System, wirelessly controls 7 scenes or zone lighting, each scene manages multi z-wave enabled devices
- A push of each button controls multi z-wave enabled lighting, dimming, thermostat, door lock, and more
- Featuring convenience in mood lighting such as morning, evening, night, entertain, party, music
- Easy installation and scene setting - Ideal for retrofit solution and home wireless control
- Blue LED indicator, range: max 100ft open-air, 2 year warranty; NEUTRAL WIRE REQUIRED
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- Easily create up to 7 different scenes for Z-Wave enabled device.
- Voltage: 120/277VAC, 50/60Hz
- Maximum Scenes: Up to 7 Scenes or Zone Lighting
- Signal Frequency: 908.42Mhz
- Wiring Required: Hot, Neutral, Ground
Freedom to wirelessly remote-control appliances such as lighting fixtures, fans, and portable air conditioning. Have complete control over your devices and appliances by using Enerwave's versatile scheduling system built into the outlet. Enables you to make your home or business smart Z-wave controlled via smart phone or desktop app. Enerwave ZWN-SC7 uses Z-Wave technology to let devices in your home, such as lighting, access controls, entertainment systems and household appliances communicate with each other with minimized power consumption, low latency, and high reliability. The ZWN-SC7 7-Scene Controller makes it always easy for you to control your home appliances remotely with Internet access. No longer worry about accidentally leaving the lights on when you are away. Turn on your air conditioner before going home. Enhance your home security by controlling the lights when you are away, thus reducing the possibility of a break-in. As a minor controller, ZWN-SC7 allows you to customize and control up to 7 scenes, such as "dinner time", "movie night", "welcome", "party", "sleep", "good morning" to give your home the perfect ambiance. Seven scenes also give you more options and flexibility to design your own preferred scene and each scene allows you to control multiple devices at the same time. The ZWN-SC7 can be placed at entranceways, or in a convenient location where control of multiple desired. This device not only provides dramatic scene transitions and unique experience, but also enhances the value to your home.ZWN-SC7 needs to work with other Z-Wave devices, such as ZW15R, ZW15S, ZW500D, ZWN-333M, to improve your home automation system. A central controller (Hub) is also needed for a Z-Wave system, such as SmartThings or Vera. Use your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone to add, delete, and control your Z-Wave devices easily. LED indicators show the status of your device and help you manage your scene easily.
Top Customer Reviews
Smartthings support is currently community only, as it doesn't truly support scene controllers, though funny enough the manufacturer of this device claims it's compatible and links to the community guy's code, which is kinda funny. I mean, it does work fine, but it's hardly official support by samsung. It's basically just treating it as a 7 button remote, but that's actually kind of perfect for most people's needs. It just can't do proper z-wave scenes, instead you use smartthings to do scenes via routines or custom apps to do scene control. I just wish they'd let you run custom apps locally, as you're stuck using this thing through the cloud, and that means there's a bit of a delay when you press a button. So don't expect it to be instant, at least not with smartthings, but I can't fault the controller for that, since it's really smart things. If you replace a 3-way with this, it's definitely not gonna be as quick as a response, but if you're using dimmers that fade in/out, you might be used to a minor delay anyway....
Another thing that was nice - at least for my use case, is that there's a blue LED on at all times. I was hoping for this, as the previous 3-way switch was not illuminated, and this was a switch I frequently stumbled about trying to find in the night. Now that the scene controller is there, I have one button that turns off all the lights downstairs and turns on the light upstairs, so I can now safely find the switch in the middle of the night by it's blue LED, or simply just leave my lights on, then hit the bedtime scene button, all my lights go off and my upstairs light turns on, so I can now walk up the stairs and turn off the upstairs light once I'm up there. It's rather perfect!
All and all, this product is working great so far. Smartthings itself could be better, but the community support is exactly the reason I went with it, as many other platforms may never even support this device at all, at least you get something with smartthings, and that's better than nothing. Maybe some day I'll get local processing and have internet-outage-proof scene controller that responds quickly! That day is not today. I am hopeful this technology will keep getting better though.
Someone finally figured out how to get this working with a Vera controller under the new UI7 interface. The trick is to set it up as before, but add one extra step. To work with the new Vera UI7 interface as of today you need to edit the new device, choose "Device Options" and associate a Group ID. To do this simply type in a "1" into the Group ID field and press Add Group. Check the Z-Wave option by clicking its check mark box and finish adding the group. The scene controller will now function.
The large button of one of my two controllers is now dead. The six other buttons still react, but the main one no longer reacts (no blue led blink or commands sent) when pressed. I tried reinstalling the device under Vera's new UI7 interface to see if pairing it again would fix it, but the controller will not pair or function anymore at all under UI7. (I had set mine up under UI6, but can't get it working again under UI7.) Checked on the Vera forum and no one can get it to work under UI7.
Bought two of these to use with a Vera controller.
- Great to have 7 Buttons to launch scenes right on the wall.
- Reasonable cost compared to other scene controllers.
- They were horribly difficult to pair with a Vera controller. No other device has been this messy and required so much research and so many tries.
- After a Vera Reset and Restore the device can lose its pairing and require setup again.
- You have no manual control of the LED lights next to the buttons, and they don't update if a scene is run from another device. Makes having a HOME / AWAY feature less intuitive since the lights on the wall may not match the mode your house is in. (Guess some controllers support changing the LEDs and some do not.)
- The LEDs are night-light bright. I had to cut white gaffers tape to put over each LED for the one in the bedroom and the lights are still bright.
*** VERA Notes ***
I found that these work better if you make sure the Vera MiOS Update Utility app is installed before you try to add one. Apparently better support has been added and this plug-in is required to download the updates.
Here's a process you can try if you are having trouble pairing with a Vera controller:
1) Attempt to Exclude the ZWN-SC7 on Vera
2) Delete ZWN-SC7 device from Vera (if a non-working item exists)
3) Reset ZWN-SC7 (See instruction sheet)
4) Power off and on the ZWN-SC7 at fuse box
5) Reset ZWN-SC7 again
6) Do inclusion process on Vera physically right next to the ZWN-SC7 with Vera plugged in and Ethernet connected to your router.
The above reset process was the only way I could get one of these controllers to work the first time I tried. I recommend pairing the device to Vera while connected to a computer (rather than using the Vera battery mode) because the process takes a while and it helps to see when it finishes.
I've also found that if I need to Reset the Vera controller these will often need to be reassigned and it sometimes take 24 hours before they start working again.
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It was no harder to pair than anything else.Read more
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