|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||2477D|
|Style||Dimmer Switch- 600 Watt|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||NA|
|Usage||Wired-in incandescent lighting devices|
|Included Components||Switchlinc - Insteon Remote Control Dimmer (Dual-Band), Quick Start Guide, Owner's Manual, 2-Mounting Screws, 4-Wire Nuts, White Paddle|
|Warranty Description||2 years, limited|
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Insteon Smart Dimmer Wall Switch, Works with Alexa via Insteon Bridge, Uses Superior Dual-Mesh Wireless Technology for Unbeatable Reliability - Better than Wi-Fi, Zigbee and Z-Wave
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- Works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming through voice control (hub required, Alexa device and Insteon hub sold separately)
- Replace your dumb switch with a beautiful new dimmable smart switch that can be controlled remotely from a remote, sensors or your smartphone or tablet when used with the Insteon Hub
- Save money on bills by dimming your lights with this easy-to-install dimmer
- Create elegant whole-house lighting scenes in minutes
- Control this dimmer remotely from anywhere
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From the manufacturer
Your Remote Control Wall Switch
Control with your Voice
With an Insteon Hub and Amazon Echo you can use your voice to switch on the lights before getting out of bed or dim the lights from the couch to watch a movie—all without lifting a finger. Add Insteon switches throughout your home, group them together using the Alexa app and control the entire home with a single voice command.
Control from your Smartphone
With Insteon switches and an Insteon Hub, you'll never be in the dark again. Turn on the house lights when you pull into the driveway late at night. Heard a bump in the night? Turn on the lights from your smartphone before venturing out of bed.
Control with Schedules
You already know how convenient scheduling your lights can be - chances are, you do it every winter with your holiday decorations. With Insteon switches and an Insteon Hub, you can create schedules that make your life easier. Schedule bedroom lights to gently fade on in the morning to help schedule. In the evening, make it appear as if someone was home, fending off would-be burglars. Or if you're worried about lights that get left on all day long, configure a schedule to turn off the lights that are always forgotten on.
Empower your Home
Reduce energy consumption by setting Dimmer Switch to only turn on at 80% whether turned on at the switch or through the app. You can also customize the speed at which the lights turn on and off. It's great for movie time scenes, gently waking you up in the morning or giving you time to see your way down an hall on your way to bed. Speeds are available between instant all the way up to 8 minutes.
A Whole-Home Control Solution
With over 200 products, Insteon offers the most complete connected home solution. Control nearly everything from lighting and ceiling fans to thermostats and motorized projectors. Insteon also offers sensors for detecting water leaks and occupancy as well as cameras for remotely monitoring your home from anywhere in the world.
Insteon uses a unique and patented dual-mesh technology where signals travel further without interruption. And thanks to powerline and wireless communication, obstructions rarely impede signals, resulting in 100x more reliability than Wi-Fi or other wireless-only systems.
Replaces Most Switches
Insteon Dimmer Switch replaces most standard wall switches in just minutes; just connect your existing switch's line and load wires and attach the neutral wire from your junction box. Don't have a neutral wire? See the Insteon 2-Wire Dimmer.
Insteon switches don't require a dedicated traveler wire for 3- and 4-way configurations. As a matter of fact, you can link as many Insteon switches together as you'd like for unlimited multi-way switching - no new wiring required.
Other connected home switches use Wi-Fi or other radio-only signals. Insteon utilizes a patented dual-band mesh technology that communicates over both existing power lines and a wireless radio for unparalleled reliability.
Insteon Dimmer Switch Wire Connection:
- Neutral (Required).
Insteon Dimmer Switch
Insteon 2-Wire Dimmer Switch
Insteon Dimmer Switch 1000W
Insteon On/Off Switch
|Maximum Load||600 Watts||600 Watts||600 Watts||1800 Watts, 17A Resistive|
|Available Colors||White, Almond, Light Almond, Ivory, Brown, Black, Grey||White, Almond, Light Almond, Ivory, Brown, Black, Grey||White, Almond, Ivory||White, Almond, Light Almond, Ivory, Brown, Black, Grey|
|Power Rating||100-277V AC, 50/60Hz||120V AC, 60Hz||100-277V AC, 50/60Hz||100-277V AC, 50/60Hz|
|Load Compatibility||Dimmable LED, CFL, Incandescent, Halogen||Incandescent, Halogen||Dimmable LED, CFL, Incandescent, Halogen||Ceiling Fans, Exhaust Fans, Flourescence, LED, CFL, Incandescent, Halogen, and more|
|Neutral Wire Required||✔||✔||✔|
|Communication||Insteon Powerline and Radio||Insteon Radio||Insteon Powerline and Radio||Insteon Powerline and Radio|
DUAL BAND LIGHT DIMMER, WHITE
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This item is the 2477D - It is labeled as Dual Band. This means it has the ability to communicate through two different means. Via the power lines and via RF frequency. Some of the products this company sells only communicate via one-method or the other. The 2476S and 24776D for example only communicate via power lines. And the remote switches (i.e. the 2444A3 and 2444A4) only communicate via RF.
To make these products work, you have to have a Dual Band unit installed in your house that translates RF signals from the transmitters and sends it to the other switches via the power line. I had to go on the forums to learn this. Also, another fun fact for laymen like myself. The 220V power coming into your house is split at your breaker panel into two halves. That's why all your standard outlets are 110V. Your dryer outlet receives power from both halves of the panel, which is why that's a 220V outlet. I mention this because the company that makes this and experienced installers recommend that you have at least one dual band unit on EACH HALF of your 220V system to improve reliability of remote signals.
My point is, know what you're buying and do some research to properly map out your circuits and your need for dual band (2477 etc.), single band (2476, etc.), access points (2443, etc.) and RF switches (2444A3, 2444A4, etc.) before you buy to save yourself some confusion and frustration with this product.
End result is great though!
However!! I used these non-dimming switches as part of a three way system in a stairwell. The instructions for that kind of setup are not very good.
Remember, three-way actually refers to a set of two switches working together to control the same lights. Four-way is three switches controlling the same lights. These Insteon switches do not work the same way as analog switches. Rather, one switch is the main/primary control and actually electrically turns the light on and off via the wiring and then the other switch works via linking to the primary switch. In other words, one switch controls the light, the other switch remotely controls the switch that controls the light. But that second switch, the "secondary" in Insteon parlance, still needs power to work so it must be wired to an always on black and white neutral. Google "Insteon three way switch installation" or something like that for more information. After install, you will end up with at least one if not two of the original wires entirely disconnected since they are no longer needed.
I've also installed two Philips 100 W equivalent LED bulbs to replace 60 W equivalent LED bulbs, because my wife said she needed more light in the living room. The new bulbs are much brighter and more suitable for book reading, although the intensity is a bit too much for normal room lighting, so I've set the Insteon wall dimmer switch to initially come on at a reduced level. When the remote timer tells the lamp to come on at dusk, or when you first press the Insteon wall switch, the lamp comes on at about 70% intensity. If you want the full intensity, you can press the wall switch again to increase the level to maximum. I programmed the dimmer switch for a "local on-level" of 70% by setting the intensity as desired, then tapping the set button below the paddle. The Insteon controller hub is programmed through the Insteon smartphone app. It contains a scheduler feature which is used to turn on lamps at dusk and turn them off at a specific time. Also, I can easily preset the scheduled lamp levels using the app.