|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 7.2 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||12722|
|Size||5.5in. x 3.5in. x 3in.|
|Style||300s | On/Off Switch|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||Xenon, LED|
|Special Features||Wireless, Manual|
|Usage||INDOOR USE ONLY|
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GE Z-Wave Plus Wireless Smart Lighting Control Smart Switch, On/Off, In-Wall, Includes White & Light Almond Paddles, Works with Amazon Alexa (Hub Required), 14291
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- ALEXA COMPATIBLE - REQUIRES AN ALEXA SUPPORTED HUB for voice control with Echo Products (Alexa device and hub sold separately). CANNOT connect directly with ECHO PLUS (Only ZigBee products can connect directly to Echo Plus).
- Compatible with the following Z-Wave certified Hubs: SmartThings, Pulse, Trane, Wink, Nexia, Honeywell, HomeSeer, Smart Security, Harmony Home Hub Extender, Vera, Connect and Iris.
- Easily replace any standard in-wall switch with the GE Z-Wave Smart Switch to control permanently installed lighting or fans with your mobile device or computer using any Z-Wave certified gateway.
- Can be controlled in groups of multiple lights or turned on or off within ambient interior lighting scenes.
- Screw terminal installation provides improved space efficiency when replacing existing switches compared to flying leads (neutral connection required for installation).
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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 Switch
Wireless Lighting Control On/Off Switch
Transform any home into a smart home with the GE Z-Wave In-Wall Smart Switch. Providing ultimate flexibility, the switch can be easily integrated with two-way, three-way or four-way wiring configurations by adding the GE Add-On Switch. The on/off switch replaces your current light switch, uses your existing wiring, and provides Z-Wave wireless and in-wall control of overhead lighting.
- Easily locate the switch in a dark room with the integrated blue LED indicator
- Enables wireless control of on/off functions for CFL, incandescent, LED and halogen lighting
- Includes white and light almond paddles
Control your lights, fans 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 light switch 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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Transform any home into a smart home with the in-wall GE Z-Wave Smart Switch. The switch enables you to wirelessly control lights turning them on and off, schedule a timed event, or create a custom scene from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day. Helping to cut energy costs and keep your home safe, it requires in-wall installation with hardwired connections for full control from smartphones, tablets, PCs and Z-Wave enabled wireless remotes. Take control of your home lighting with GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Controls! Z-Wave Certification ID: ZC08 - 14110009 This product is ALEXA COMPATIBLE however it REQUIRES AN ALEXA SUPPORTED HUB for voice control with Echo Products (Alexa device and hub sold separately). **This product CANNOT connect directly with ECHO PLUS (Only ZigBee products can connect directly to Echo Plus).**
From the Manufacturer
The Z-wave wireless lighting control allows you to control any type of lighting.
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Downside is I had to put in yet another hub. I went with a Samsung SmartThings Hub that supports Z-Wave. So now I have 3 hubs for 3 different things. On the plus size, the SmartThings / Z-Wave hub supports multiple products where my other two hubs are product specific.
This works perfectly with Amazon Alexa which is what I exactly what I wanted. I plan on replacing 4 or 5 more of my switches with the GE Z-Wave ones.
Wiring was easy, although I do have some moderate knowledge of 120V electrical, so I’m only speaking for myself. You must have a line, neutral and ground in your box for these to work... not all switches have this wiring, so maybe check before you buy.
I did notice that these GE switches have a much higher wattage rating than other similar switches... is most cases nearly double at 600 Watts for the GE. With these being a brand that’s I have come to trust over many years, I think I’ll stick with them.
They integrated with my Smartthings Hub seamlessly. You do not need to have them near the hub in order to pair. Once you finish installation, just put your hub into pairing mode and wait for it to be recognized. If it doesn’t work for some reason, try it again but this time hit the switch in any direction right when you start pairing mode. At first it seemed like it didn’t pair for me but next thing I knew, the system detected it and asked me to confirm. I think the problem was mainly connection issues with my system being so spread out. Once I got the first one up, the second connected much quicker. These act as repeaters, so they are enhancing my z-wave mesh connection now that they are up and running.
I easily configured the switch in Smartthings on a schedule so that it turns on and off at specific times. Super cool and now I never have to worry about leaving my lights on or off. I plan on adding a motion sensor in one room so that the lights are only on when someone is in the room.
I have, however, successfully managed to install multiple switches in a single box, so it can be done. The most I've put together is 3 smart switches in a 4-gang box (the 4th is a regular dumb switch). The 3 are all next to each other but I didn't have a problem fitting them in after I broke off the tabs on the sides. I think the people complaining about not getting them to fit skipped the instructions, because it tells you to break them off when installing multiple switches. And if I can fit multiple switches in my 1960s tiny switch boxes, anybody can do it. I just used regular cover plates on them too and they work just fine.
The one very cool thing I found out about these switches is that the GE Z-Wave Plus switches (as opposed to the non-plus version) have instant reporting and support double tapping. They don't officially, but the hardware supports it and someone in the SmartThings community made a device handler to allow it. Just search for [RELEASE CANDIDATE] Jasco/GE Z-Wave Plus On/Off Switch (14291) With Double-Tap and Associations. If you installed the switch first you'll need to switch the device handler and then refresh the switch (for me at least the buttons showed up under the switch but not available to use anywhere else until I refreshed it) but if you install the device handler first it will automatically be assigned to any switches you install. Since this is a slightly newer firmware than is supported by the device handler, I had to make a few simple changes (I'm not a coder, and I could do this):
I changed the firmware version around line 56:
fingerprint mfr:“0063”, prod:“4952”, model: “3036”, ver: “5.22”, deviceJoinName: “GE Z-Wave Plus Wall Switch”
I then changed the configure and refresh sections (near the bottom) to modify the delay so that they now read:
I found the instructions to do the above in the SmartThings thread and it worked perfectly. I now have all of my switches set up to not only control the light they are on but other scenes as well!
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Easy integration through SmartThings