|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 4.6 x 2.7 inches|
|Item model number||12721|
|Size||2.64in. x 4.62in. x 7.12in.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Incandescent, Xenon, CFL, Fluorescent, Halogen, LED|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|Included Components||Z-Wave In-Wall On/Off Duplex Receptacle|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Limited|
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- Works with Alexa for voice control (hub required)
- Easily replace any standard wall outlet with the GE Z-Wave controlled duplex receptacle to control lighting or small appliances with your mobile device or computer using any Z-Wave certified gateway
- White lighting control matches most standard wall plates (wall plate not included)
- Easily locate the receptacle in a dark room with the integrated blue LED indicator
- Features one always-on pass-through AC outlet and one Z-Wave enabled outlet
- Compatible with incandescent, fluorescent, compact fluorescent, xenon, halogen and LED lighting up to 600 watts
- Compatible with any Z-Wave certified gateway, providing access from many popular home automation systems and applications (application software not included)
- Can be controlled in groups of multiple lights or turned on or off within ambient interior lighting scenes.
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From the Manufacturer
Z-Wave is the world’s largest ecosystem of interoperable smart home products. Z-Wave lighting controls provide an easy-to-install and affordable system to control lighting and small appliances in your home. Add GE Z-Wave lighting controls to a Z-Wave certified gateway to access and control your home from anywhere in the world using your smartphone, tablet or computer as a home automation command center.
Z-Wave In-Wall Smart Outlet
Wireless Lighting Control Duplex Receptacle
Transform any home into a smart home with the GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Control Duplex Receptacle. The receptacle replaces your current electrical outlet, uses your existing wiring and provides a Z-Wave enabled outlet for the lamp or appliance that you would like to control and a standard pass-through AC outlet for other electrical appliances. The receptacle requires in-wall installation with hardwired connections. Take control of your home lighting with GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Controls!
- Enables wireless on/off function of Z-Wave controlled outlets
- Easily locate the receptacle in a dark room with the integrated blue LED indicator
- Compatible with incandescent, fluorescent, xenon, halogen and LED lighting
Control your lights and appliances, schedule a timed event or create a custom scene from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day.
Works with All Bulbs
Compatible with CFL, LED, incandescent, fluorescent, xenon and halogen lighting.
Requires Neutral Wire
Replaces your current outlet and is easy to install using your home's existing wiring.
Wireless control from smartphones, tablets, PCs and Z-Wave enabled remotes.
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Z-Wave In-Wall Smart Switch
Transform your home into a smart home with the GE Z-Wave In-Wall Smart Switch. The smart switch uses existing wiring to remotely control the on/off functions of your permanently installed lighting and ceiling fans. It can be used in groups of multiple lights or turned on and off within ambient interior lighting scenes to provides your home with ultimate flexibility. Take control of your home lighting with GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Controls!
Z-Wave Plug-In Smart Switch
The GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Control Fluorescent Light and Appliance Module enables wireless control of on/off functions for standard table and floor lamps and is compatible with CFL, LED, incandescent, fluorescent, xenon and halogen lighting. Perfect for plug-in fans, heaters, lamps and more!
Z-Wave Plug-In Outdoor Smart Switch
The GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Control Outdoor Module control enables wireless control of outdoor applications and is compatible with CFL, LED, incandescent, fluorescent, xenon and halogen lighting. The weather-resistant housing with a protective outlet cover safeguards the outlet from dirt and debris when not in use.
Top Customer Reviews
Installation is a little tricky if you've never messed with swapping out a switch before. The instructions aren't super clear, but if you study them long enough, it eventually makes enough sense. Here's what I had to do:
1.) Turn the light off. Kill the breaker to the switch.
2.) Unscrew the plate and existing switch. Popping the existing wires out of the back of the old switch was the hardest part here.
3.) Pull out the white wires (neutrals) from the back of the box
4.) Unscrew the wire nut off the neutrals. Add in the short neutral wire included in the GE switch box and screw the wire nut back on.
5.) Connect the 4 or 5 wires that are now open to the new switch: line, load, neutral, traveler (only if 3-way config), ground.
6.) Turn breaker on. Check to see you've got a blue LED.
7.) Put your hub in discovery mode. Push the switch once to make it pair.
8.) Turn breaker back off. Screw everything back in and put on a fitting plate. Done!
A couple other notes for people who are totally new to this:
Line = wire coming from the breaker
Load = wire going to the light fixture
Traveler = wire that runs between two (or more) switches that allows you to flip the same light on/off from multiple places. Normally red.
It can be hard to tell which is which between line/load as both of these are usually black. From my experience, the line wire was almost always connected via wire nut in the back of the box while the load wire was just free by itself. The load wire was also generally closer to the traveler wire.Read more ›
GE has recently released a new model for their Z-Wave dimmer switch, model 12724. The product page you're viewing now showcases this switch. The product I reviewed was the model 45612, which did not offer a neutral wire connection and hence, was ineffective at dimming CFL/LED fixtures. Amazon did not spin off a new page for this model, despite it being, more or less, entirely different. In short, the 12724 offers a neutral wire, which allows more effective dimming of LED/CFL fixtures. Please keep this in mind as you read this review. I'm leaving the review up so others that are thinking about purchasing the 45612 have some insight before buying. Several storefronts don't make the differences between the two models terribly clear, and in some cases, they just call it a GE Z-Wave dimmer switch and it's anyone's guess as to which one you're getting.
Now, my original review:
I've become somewhat of a subject matter expert on z-wave switches. I recently finished a complete z-wave project on my home that finished out with over 70 devices, lights, locks, sensors, outlets, etc. If it speaks z-wave, chances are I have it. I'm running all of it through a Vera 3. Being a novice, a started out with 20 GE/Jasco dimmer switches (GE and Jasco switches are one in the same - Jasco is licensed to sell and brand certain GE products like this one). I had read that as long as the circuit had an aggregate total of 40 watts, whether they be LEDs or CFLs, then the switch would dim properly. This is simply not true.
My first test was a circuit of 12 can lights running incandescents. Worked fantastic in every aspect. I changed out the lamps for LEDs, 17 watts each. The lights not only would not dim, they wouldn't turn on. They flickered and died.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Customer does not link with the wink Hub or at least the one that I got did not at all when I called customer service The Man simply told me I was stupid and I was doing it wrong... Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Jeff Morrow
Device isn't too bad. My product didn't not arrive as GE but rather sister company jasco. Quality seems nice connected well to my hub and I can use it with my app. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by SilverSparrow04
Replaced my living room's recessed ceiling light dimmer switch with this GE12724 Smart dimmer for my SmartThings system. Read morePublished 1 day ago by RexAl3239
Nice Z-Wave switch but it can be a pain to set up. As popular as these are I would expect major players to have them in their setup profiles. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bill Bardin
I hooked a few of these up and paired them with my wink hub. They all have worked flawlessly!Published 3 days ago by Jeff Taylor
Easy to install and link to Samsung Smartthings Hub! Much better the Leviton....Published 4 days ago by Jim Grant
It works just fine with my smartthings hub. I did a lot of research and almost bought the homeseer switches, but I decided on these instead. I have no complaints, it works.Published 6 days ago by John
I have at least a dozen of these in my home and will probably be buying more. These switches have been working perfectly since installed over the past year.Published 7 days ago by n5wwy