|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.25 x 2.25 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||HS-WD100+|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Switch Type||Single Pole|
HomeSeer HS-WD100+ Z-Wave Plus Scene-Capable Smart Dimmer Switch | Built-in Repeater Range Extender | Works with Alexa, Google Home & IFTTT (Hub Required) | Works With SmartThings
|Price:||($11.56 / oz) & FREE Shipping|
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- SCENE CONTROLLER: Support multi-tap and press & hold event triggers up to 3 taps (10 possible triggers)
- INSTANT STATUS: Reports ON-OFF-DIM status back to controller when manually operated
- SECURITY: Supports advanced Z-Wave S2 Security
- WORKS WITH ALEXA: Requires compatible hub
- OPTIONAL: Pictured screwless trim plate is sold separately
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|Item Dimensions||4.25 x 2.25 x 2.00 inches||1.25 x 1.85 x 3.00 inches||2.76 x 2.48 x 4.49 inches||4.25 x 2.25 x 2.00 inches||2.10 x 1.40 x 4.10 inches||5.04 x 3.31 x 1.30 inches|
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The good news is the device's firmware is upgradeable. The bad news is I have to pay for a separate piece of hardware to upgrade the device's software. In addition, all further software updates require a fee. Over the long haul, this $50 switch will cost me three times the initial investment or more if I were to try to keep it up-to-date.
As an in-wall dimmer, the device works perfectly in manual mode. As a z-wave device, there is too much interaction on my part to try and keep it updated. The more of these you have the more cost effective the updates; however, I was trying this switch out to see if it was worth it in the long run. If you have the Homeseer controller, you shouldn't experience my issues. My conclusion is I'll be looking at other options that are not as proprietary for my z-wave/ZigBee integration. I've been in contact with Homeseer support to see if they can propose a free solution and will update this review if that proves fruitful.
First, there's a very small but noticeable delay between the sapping and the response. I can understand that when an entire scene is being changed, but at the very least the basic single-tap ON and OFF should be more responsive.
Second, the dimming levels are not as wide as a manual dimmer nor are they accurate as reported. Some background: I was coming from a manual Lutron C.L slider dimmer which had lowest dim levels that were a really excellent, movie-theater low, and we would regularly leave the LED recessed lights at the lowest setting while we were watching moves in the next room with no appreciable light pollution. After installing this Homeseer dimmer I found that the lowest dim level (1% as reported by smartthings) looked a lot more like 25% illumination. Now, we really can't leave the lights on even at their lowest dim level while watching movies. When I increase the reported dim-level to 10% in the app, the lights come up to what I would consider about 50% illumination. And neither my wife or I can discern any appreciable difference between 60% and 100%.
All that being said, those % gripes are mostly invisible now that I've set the presets with scene control, and leaving the lights off with moves is not a huge deal. My double tap up/down is max/min brightness (72%, 1% respectively). My triple tap is entire room ON/OFF. I will probably try out some other dimmers, but I am generally satisfied with these and will probably use more of them where I don't need very low dimmness, or where the very convenient scene control is applicable.
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WD200+ is even better if you want to control the color of the LED lights.