|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 2.8 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||DSC26103-ZWUS|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Output: 2.5A max. output, Range: 100 ft, Operating Temp.: 0-70C|
Micro Switch G2, DSC26103-ZWUS, by Aeotec, Cert ID: ZC08-12090007
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- Z-Wave Certification ID: ZC08-12090007
- Frequency Region: U.S./Canada/Mexico, Z-Wave Library Version: 4.54
- Device Categories: All Lighting Devices,On/Off Switches/Devices
- Supported Command Classes: Hail,All Switch,Association,Binary Switch,Configuration,Scene Activation
- Controlled Command Classes: Hail
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Easy to wire
Connecting hardware just not strong enough
Even after reading the reviews about the stripped connectors, I decided to try one of these. I bought one because I needed to control some ceiling fans that would not work with a standard Z-Wave fan control. It was simple enough to wire, but maybe too tiny for household current. After connecting everything I kept it all out of the wall box and was able to pair from there. The switch was about 30 feet from my Vera Edge and it paired quickly without problems. After paring I turned the switch on and off a few times. It worked quickly and without delay. I ran back to the panel box. cut power and started stuffing everything into the wall box.
As careful and gentle as I was, I still stripped the connectors. Once you strip them its all over. Out of the wall it came and back went the old style fan control.
The connections on this thing are just too dainty. I was super careful after reading the problems others have experienced and still stripped the darn things. The few moments I enjoyed the device, it worked perfectly. I was quite impressed with the distance when I paired it. Perhaps they will revise this product in the future with more robust hardware.
I made little 3" pigtails of black and white stranded wire and wire-nutted them to the black and white solid copper wires. You only need to strip about 3/16" of insulation back -- if you strip more it will work, but when you cram it all back into the junction box you are asking for a short circuit.
The pictures don't show it, but there is a 3" antenna wire sticking out of this thing, by the way. I tried to orient it toward the cover of the junction box.
This device is a actually a solid state switch that turns 120VAC on or off. It is NOT a true isolated relay. If you need a form C (SPDT), isolated dry relay connection for your application, I recommend that you add a Zettler Miniature Power Relay 30A SPDT 120VAC AZ2280-1C-120A mechanical relay to this device. It is inexpensive, tiny, powerful (30A) uses insulated crimp connections (supplied) which are nicely recessed out of harms way, and will fit inside a typical junction box right along with the Z-wave micro switch. The combination works quite well and I chose it after determining that other Z-wave products on the market that claim to be "relays" were not -- all the ones I founds were all solid state switches except one, which happened to be way too expensive for me. So I build my own!