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Monoprice Z-Wave In-Wall On/Off Single Relay Module EXPIRED

Bryan-ion 42 October 16, 2015 at 12:18 PM in Tech & Electronics (2) More Monoprice Deals
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Promoted 10-16-2015 at 03:30 PM View Original Post
Monoprice.com has Monoprice Z-Wave In-Wall On/Off Single Relay Module for $25.99 - $2.60 w/ promo code 10TEN. = $23.39. Shipping is $0.99. Thanks Bryan-ion & motts

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Monoprice.com has Monoprice Z-Wave In-Wall On/Off Dual Relay Module for $27.99 - $2.80 w/ promo code 10TEN. = $25.19. Shipping is $0.99. 

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Edited October 16, 2015 at 12:57 PM by wuzzy
Z-Wave In-Wall On/Off Dual Relay Module - MONOPRICE

This is the lowest I have ever seen, and has been an excellent product. $25.19 after coupon code 10TEN + Free pickup! (Shipping available)

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?p_id=11990
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They also have a single relay for $23.39 with the 10% off.

http://www.monoprice.com/product?...1&format=2

I ordered one of each. S&H was only $1.99.
Last edited by motts October 16, 2015 at 12:42 PM
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It seems this can be used to turn a regular light switch into a zwave enabled switch?
Can I still manually turn on/off lights with my original switch or this?
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so I have many z-wave devices and I'm confused with how this works. So I install this behind my switches and it can control 2 switches I can turn them on and off manually or I can turn them on and off with my app?
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Quote from walkatnight View Post :
It seems this can be used to turn a regular light switch into a zwave enabled switch?
Can I still manually turn on/off lights with my original switch or this?

Yes.. I have 3 of these. and they are the BEST - FASTEST zwave switches I own. (I have GE, WEMO, TCP, and a few others). The switch still works normally. Only negative thing is the room you need doing the install. You need enough room in your switch box for a small 1/5in x .75in box behind the originally switch.

The single switch is prone to defects. Ive had 3 of each dual and singles. All but 1 single has failed.. All the duals have worked flawlessly!
Last edited by princeion October 16, 2015 at 12:45 PM
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Quote from walkatnight View Post :
It seems this can be used to turn a regular light switch into a zwave enabled switch?
Can I still manually turn on/off lights with my original switch or this?
Quote from jamiestud035 View Post :
so I have many z-wave devices and I'm confused with how this works. So I install this behind my switches and it can control 2 switches I can turn them on and off manually or I can turn them on and off with my app?
Yes. You leave the switch in the on position and use the relay to turn the lights/appliance on/off. If the light is off, you cycle the switch to turn on the light.

The duel relay is for two switches and the single is for one switch.

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The single switch is prone to defects. Ive had 3 of each dual and singles. All but 1 single has failed.. All the duals have worked flawlessly!
Maybe I should switch my order to two duals vs. one single.

Can you use a dual on a single switch? Not sure I will have room in a single gang box.
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Quote from walkatnight View Post :
It seems this can be used to turn a regular light switch into a zwave enabled switch?
Can I still manually turn on/off lights with my original switch or this?
I'm also wondering the same thing... so you add this to your existing switch. Does it still work if the switches are in the off position?

This make more sense over the single relay since the only dual load single gang switch available is a levitron and it cost over $100 bucks.
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Quote from walkatnight View Post :
It seems this can be used to turn a regular light switch into a zwave enabled switch?
Can I still manually turn on/off lights with my original switch or this?
Yes, any switch, fan, even a socket. Very versatile.

I use one on a dual socket that is split. This allows me to control each socket separately.
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Quote from princeion View Post :
Yes.. I have 3 of these. and they are the BEST - FASTEST zwave switches I own. (I have GE, WEMO, TCP, and a few others).
Have you tried Aeon Labs micro relay? They are around $45 per switch. almost 2x as much as these.
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Yes. You leave the switch in the on position and use the relay to turn the lights/appliance on/off. If the light is off, you cycle the switch to turn on the light.

The duel relay is for two switches and the single is for one switch.


Maybe I should switch my order to two duals vs. one single.

Can you use a dual on a single switch? Not sure I will have room in a single gang box.
You can use a dual relay fine on a single switch.

FYI: you do not have to leave the original switch in the on position. It can be off, and the relay will still turn the light/device on. One reason it's WAY better the a typical zwave bulb.

Quote from motts View Post :
Have you tried Aeon Labs micro relay? They are around $45 per switch. almost 2x as much as these.
Yep, I have one.. and they are about the same.. I think these might be a little smaller, and these respond a little faster..
Last edited by princeion October 16, 2015 at 12:53 PM
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In for 1!
Thanks
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Would like to use this to control a ceiling fan/light that is on a single shared switch (one wall switch turns power on/off to whole fan/light assembly; have to use the pullchains to turn fan/light on/off individually).

Can I wire it using just the SW1, leave SW2 disconnected, and then have a zwave controller that lets us turn the fan and light on/off individually? Or would you connect both SW1 and SW2 to the single switch? Or would it not work for us?
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Would like to use this to control a ceiling fan/light that is on a single shared switch (one wall switch turns power on/off to whole fan/light assembly; have to use the pullchains to turn fan/light on/off individually).

Can I wire it using just the SW1, leave SW2 disconnected, and then have a zwave controller that lets us turn the fan and light on/off individually? Or would you connect both SW1 and SW2 to the single switch? Or would it not work for us?
good idea, I don't see why you couldn't put this in the electrical box above the fan and jump the wire between the lights and the fan separately into the switch then you'll be able to control both the fan and the lights.
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the problem with these they dont report back. if i manually turn the switch on it will not update its status via zwave. so if i login into portal i wouls atill see its off when its really on.

Quote from dannieboiz View Post :
good idea, I don't see why you couldn't put this in the electrical box above the fan and jump the wire between the lights and the fan separately into the switch then you'll be able to control both the fan and the lights.
you cant it needs constant ac. fan is controlled by wall switch. you turn off wall switch no more zwave.
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