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Promoted 07-22-2016 by johnny_miller at 10:54 PM View Original Post
Monoprice.com has Monoprice Z-Wave In-Wall On/Off Dual Relay Module for $22.49 - $2.25 w/ promo code HEATWAVE = $20.24. Shipping is free. Thanks FBomb

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Monoprice Z Wave In-Wall On/Off Dual Relay Module ~ $20.24 Free Shipping after HEATWAVE coupon.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=11990

Lowest I have seen this. Bought 3.
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I've had the opposite experience. I ended getting these although I had already bought the actual switches. The linear switches are a super tight fit in a double gang box, to the point that I could not fit them in. Used these instead.
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If these work on a 3 way switch I'll buy a bunch. I know 3 way and zwave gets tricky.
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All of the in wall relays have to be a real bitch stuffing into the work box. Better off grabbing complete switches if your application allows. But good price.
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Quote from jpetrone View Post :
All of the in wall relays have to be a real bitch stuffing into the work box. Better off grabbing complete switches if your application allows. But good price.
I've had the opposite experience. I ended getting these although I had already bought the actual switches. The linear switches are a super tight fit in a double gang box, to the point that I could not fit them in. Used these instead.
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What's the normal price on these?
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What's the normal price on these?
I paid around $26.50 after 10% off coupon each a few months back when I needed them.
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So if I put these on a wall with 2 switches, will Nexia recognize 2 devices or switches?

And has anybody tried using this on a wall (plug) outlet?
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So if I put these on a wall with 2 switches, will Nexia recognize 2 devices or switches?

And has anybody tried using this on a wall (plug) outlet?
I was just wondering the same thing if it could be used for anything instead of using it as a switch for a light. please let me know if you find out anything thanks
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I have 6 of these throughout the house but all switches. If you read through all the reviews (which I have many times and would recommend as the instructions in there are far better than what comes with the device) indicate at least one guy that hacked them into his garage doors. I was about to do that same thing when I decided I don't want my 3 year old to be able to open the garage doors with Alexa. Smilie You can do just about anything you can conceive with these and I've had great success. At this price they should be FP.
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Quote from Kokimatsing View Post :
So if I put these on a wall with 2 switches, will Nexia recognize 2 devices or switches?

And has anybody tried using this on a wall (plug) outlet?
To answer this more specifically - yes I think so although I don't use Nexia. My Smartthings hub recognizes 2 and controls them independent of one another. As the other poster mentioned I have had good success with getting them to fit.
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Quote from Kokimatsing View Post :
So if I put these on a wall with 2 switches, will Nexia recognize 2 devices or switches?

And has anybody tried using this on a wall (plug) outlet?
I use this in a ceiling fan, controlling the lights and fan independently. If you wired to two switches, you could control both independently (at least using Wink). If you wired to one duplex outlet, you could control each receptacle independently if you snip the brass connector connecting the two (just like if controlling one independently by a wall Switch).
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Quote from ilovecanada View Post :
To answer this more specifically - yes I think so although I don't use Nexia. My Smartthings hub recognizes 2 and controls them independent of one another. As the other poster mentioned I have had good success with getting them to fit.

Thanks. I just ordered 2. Price is now at 22.49, but I think that it still cheaper.


For those about to buy, I found promo code HEATWAVE for 10% off.
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Quote from Timskis6 View Post :
I use this in a ceiling fan, controlling the lights and fan independently. If you wired to two switches, you could control both independently (at least using Wink). If you wired to one duplex outlet, you could control each receptacle independently if you snip the brass connector connecting the two (just like if controlling one independently by a wall Switch).
This is the exact use case that I have for one of them, but am buying a second just to have as I'm sure it will be useful down the road.
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