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All Leviton Decora Smart Home Automation products are 20% off on Amazon-

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Z-Wave: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N4F487U

HomeKit: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKC66HD
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20% off of list. DW6HD has been trending at $50. Now $40.
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Why do you think they're 20% off? I see nothing. Adding to cart shows nothing.
Prices shown are 20% off - it say's "With Deal."
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It say's 20% off in red under the price, but $39.99 is what it has been for a while. Home Depot had them on a Special Buy 1 day special a few weeks ago for $34 and I missed the sale! I'm waiting for that price point again.
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It say's 20% off in red under the price, but $39.99 is what it has been for a while. Home Depot had them on a Special Buy 1 day special a few weeks ago for $34 and I missed the sale! I'm waiting for that price point again.
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Will Home Depot price match in store with an additional 10% off?
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Just ordered some
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anyone know a zwave switch that does not require the neutral wire to operate?
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Why these over GE?
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anyone know a zwave switch that does not require the neutral wire to operate?
There was another sd switch without neutral but uses ground instead which is not to electrical code.
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anyone know a zwave switch that does not require the neutral wire to operate?
I don't think ots possible as z-wave needs to be powered.
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Good deals, some are even cheaper with Warehouse deals.

Just finished installing DZ1KD-1BZ - the only Z-wave dimmer advertised for Low Voltage Magnetic Transformer. The buttons are somewhat flimsy and loose, but It dims good, quick and plenty of options (you can and should configure the type of bulb you will be using it for). It even supports florescent dining (not CFL).
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anyone know a zwave switch that does not require the neutral wire to operate?
There are options but for Incandescent lights only. Cooper makes a current one, and older GE can be found on eBay for $30-40. If you don't need to dim LED/CFL, let me know and I will lookup the GE model number.
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Why these over GE?
I just found out these have settings for bulb type - Incandescent, CFL, LED, florescent. Also, min dim and max dim can be hard set. Can the GE do any of those?

On the down side, the paddles are loose, somewhat flimsy. The dim rocker is not very clicky (small travel).
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anyone know a zwave switch that does not require the neutral wire to operate?
Leviton makes a 3 way remote switch that doesn't require a neutral wire. It does not have a locator light or dimmer capabilities, but will turn on and off. It does still require a master switch that has a neutral though. It also must be the load end of the circuit and not the hot/panel side. I have two of them and they work great.

The traveler always has low voltage through it from the master to the remote. Then, the master and remote communicate somehow by alternating the voltages to open and close the circuit.
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