|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||5.1 x 3.1 x 2.5 inches|
|Size||Length: 3.0" Width: 1.75" Height: 4.6"|
|Pattern||Finger Adjustable Switch|
|Shape||Length: 3.0" Width: 1.75" Height: 4.6"|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||2|
|Display Style||Web Interface / Smart Phone Applications|
|Switch Style||3-way auxiliary switch for Z-Wave switch|
|Certification||Z-Wave Certified Device, UL Listed, FCC Part 15|
|Special Features||Voltage: 120VAC, 60HZ, Length: 3.0" Width: 1.75" Height: 4.6", Wiring Required: Neutral, Traveler (for 3-Way Applications), Front-Facing On/Off Switch, Included: Switch, Installation Instructions, 2 Wall Plates (Screwless/Decorator & Standard)|
|Included Components||Switch, Installation Instructions, 2 Interchangeable Covers (Black, Light Almond)|
|Assembled Diameter||2 inches|
Add-On Z-Wave Switch by Enerwave | 3-Way Z-Wave Light Switch for Home Automation System Light/Fan Control, use with Z-Wave Dimmer and Z-Wave Wall Switch, ZW3K-N, Interchangeble Face Cover
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- Enables 3-way and multi-location control to a Z-Wave light switch (such as ZW15SM-PLUS), Z-Wave dimmer switch (such as ZW500DM-PLUS), or Z-Wave fan control
- Works as an add-on switch for Z-Wave home automation light switches and dimmers, NOT a standalone switch. Requires Z-Wave home automation switches to work
- Performs the same functions of Z-Wave switch it is paired with. Pair with on/off light switches, dimmer switches, or fan controls
- Reduces energy consumption and provides more convenience to you and your family
- Two Extra Interchangeable covers - Black, Light Almond. UL-listed, 120VAC, 1800W, 1/2HP. **Required Wiring: Neutral, Traveler**
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|Item Dimensions||—||3 x 5.1 x 2.6 in||7.2 x 8.2 x 2.2 in||1.96 x 2.02 x 0.73 in||1.85 x 1.25 x 3 in||2 x 4 x 4 in|
The ZW3k 3-Way Control Add-On Switch is designed to work with a Z-Wave wall switch (ZW15S) or Z-Wave dimmer switch (ZW500D) for multi-location control. Control one light or fan from two or more locations, such as the opposite ends of a staircase, hallway, or multi-entrance room.
This wireless auxiliary smart switch is not Z-Wave enabled but it enables three way control to Z-Wave devices from multiple locations when connected with Enerwave Z-Wave switches and dimmers. This add-on switch works with all types of lighting (LED, CFL, incandescent, and halogen), fans, and other appliances. Three interchangeable face covers (white-attached, light almond, black) are included for easy color changes.
Use this ZW3K 3-Way Auxiliary Switch as part of your home automation lighting control system to reduce energy consumption and provide more convenience to you and your family.
Enerwave warranties its products to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two (2) years. There are no obligations or liabilities on the part of our company for consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of property, revenue, or profit, or cost of removal, installation or re-installation.
Top customer reviews
UPDATE 9/8/2015- I discovered that the problem was not with the switches rather, the problem was with some defective Cree LED 100w equivalent light bulbs! Something in the electronics of three of these bulbs made me think the switches were defective.'
In reality, I did have two, and only two, that were actually defective. I purchased these switches both from Smart Home and from Top Greener Electric Supply. In both instances, these companies stood behind the product and sent me several replacements until I finally got the right diagnosis.
I can assure you, I will be doing business with both Smart Home and Top Greener Electric Supply again. You don't get better customer service than what they provide.
Also, the switches have features like crazy! Fade up, fade down, instant status notification, energy meter, and MORE!
I highly recommend these Zwave switches.
It is bulky and barely fits in an older metal box; but the same can be said for a GFCI or other controllable outlets. It would've been better if it was slimmer inside but in the end it fits. Will work just fine in newer blue plastic boxes.
It paired without issues to a Vera; which it recognized correctly on the 1st attempt; however ended up returning this because in my opinion it has a fatal design flaw that is also mentioned on the documentation: If there's a loss of power; even for a second or so; the controlled outlet stays off. Didn't have this issue with outlets from Aeotec or Jasco. I think this issue might be acceptable on some switches that would normally be off; but for an outlet it can be a problem; it needs to maintain state. If it wasn't for this critical flaw; it would've been a good value.
When the switches are used as three way switches, they require a 'traveller' wire from the second switch. A minor annoyance, but the whole idea of Zwave is that the system is supposed to be controlled wirelessly.
Two of the three (both of them wired as three way switches) keep disappearing from the zwave network. It requires that the switch be excluded and deleted from all SmartApps and from Alexa, then they need to be rediscovered and added to the SmartApps and to Alexa again. Then, two or three days later, one or both of the dimmers disappear again, and the entire process needs to be repeated. This has happened four times in the month since I have installed them.
If it happens again, I am going to replace them with different switches.
However, If you do use this type of software, please note that any of these devices is really "scene capable." The software knows when it has been switched on/off, and it usually has a set polling interval, so you know it's current status. You don't know whether the device plugged in is on, but you do know the receptacle is powered on, for example. Knowing these kinds of things can allow you to create lighting scenes with other controlled devices. A nice feature to add in the future might be to track energy consumption, but no Z-wave receptacles do this to date. Wire in an behind an existing receptacle to obtain this functionality.
Here are a couple of additional comments:
1. I didn't find the screw terminals to be very durable. The neutral wire kept slipping out. I ended up removing the screw entirely, replacing it with another longer screw from another outlet, wrapping the 12 gauge wire around the new screw, and finally screwing that down. This worked fine, but it's not ideal so I can't give it 5 stars.
2. The local power toggle switch on the controlled outlet is a nice touch. The much more expensive Leviton VRR15-1LZ Vizia RF + Split Duplex Tamper Resistant Scene Capable Receptacle has a recessed switch that is kind of annoying to access. The Enerwave manual switch makes adding the Z-wave module a snap. Also, the LED lights up when the switch is off so you can see it in the dark. Depending on your controller, you may be able to change the LED behavior.
3. Only the lower half is Z-wave controlled. This is great when you want to control a device with a giant transformer power supply. You won't be blocking access to the lower outlet by when you plug in the device you want to switch. The top half is always on.
4. When the power goes out in your house, this switch returns to its last ON/OFF state. Some switches switch to OFF when power is restored.
5. It has some built in over-current protection. The manufacturer does not state how much, but I'm assuming 15 Amps since that's the rating of the receptacle. If the fuse blows, though, it's not serviceable, so don't plug your 20 Amp power saw into this thing. Also it should be noted that over-current protection is not the same thing as surge protection, which involves voltage fluctuation. You still need this a surge suppressor for your sensitive electronics.
6. This is a tamper resistant receptacle (not temper resistant). I guess you shouldn't get too angry at this switch. Kidding aside, the tamper resistant feature for this model is particularly stiff compared to other receptacles with TR. I have to push pretty hard.