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  • Add Z-Wave control to any AC-powered device or appliance
  • Switch AC devices on/off manually, with manual Z-Wave control, or automatically with Z-Wave programming or triggered response
  • Compatible with any and all Z-Wave network products from any manufacturer
  • Includes two USB charging ports, one at 1A and the other at 2.4A
  • Compatible with SmartThings™, Vera™, Wink®, Vivint™, HomeSeer™, and Zipato®

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This has been the regular price for quite some time, no?
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Link: https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15654

Some mixed reviews on monoprice/amazon about energy consumption measurement.

Also, the USB ports are always on, they cannot be turned on/off automatically like the main plug. Having the usb ports turn on/off as well would've been great.
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From reviews, it appears only the power plug is Z-wave controlled, not the USB ports
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15654

There is a second device that is $23.99, but I can't figure out the difference. (only thing I can see is the LED light indicator)
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=27481
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Also, some basic info:

Power button is on top
USB ports always active
It is a repeater
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From reviews, it appears only the power plug is Z-wave controlled, not the USB ports
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15654

There is a second device that is $23.99, but I can't figure out the difference. (only thing I can see is the LED light indicator)
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=27481
LED outline on face of switch - that's all.
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I took a look at it this weekend, and I ended up not pulling the trigger. I was thinking of getting the second device at $23.99, but I ultimately went with this from Amazon which is 50% more and let's me control 2 devices: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01K6J1Y1I/

Not sure if it'll help anyone.
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I took a look at it this weekend, and I ended up not pulling the trigger. I was thinking of getting the second device at $23.99, but I ultimately went with this from Amazon which is 50% more and let's me control 2 devices: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01K6J1Y1I/

Not sure if it'll help anyone.
so does this show as two separate zwave switches so they can be controlled i independently or just both on/off
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I have the older model which is not zwave plus.

I haven't used the power monitoring for consumption analysis, but it is great for a kind of presence detection, disabling devices that are left on too long. And of course scheduling small appliances or lighting.

I have one in the kitchen both to power my echo dot on the USB and the outlet for crock pots. If the unit detects load for more than eight hours during the work day, I get text messages. Or if it detects load after 8pm on any day. I have it set to cut the power at 10pm to be safe.

My wife has a small heater in the bathroom. One of these kicks on the heater when our alarms go off in the morning and it is shut down an hour later. The wall mounted aaoutlet is also easier to reach than the compact heater on the floor.

And let's face it, it's cheaper and more useful than a dedicated zwave repeater. The two USB ports help justify the "wall wart" even if you don't use it as an active zwave device.
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so does this show as two separate zwave switches so they can be controlled i independently or just both on/off
Shows up as two different switches under a common name i.e channel and channel 2. Can be controlled independently.
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Shows up as two different switches under a common name i.e channel and channel 2. Can be controlled independently.
Thats pretty cool. I was going to pick up some RF sockets and remotes as i can buy a multipack for the same price as one zwave one, but long term, I want to have everything controlled through hub/and or timer (or both)...so this is probably the way to go. Also good as most zwave sockets only have 1 of 2 replacement sockets zwave enabled.
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Thats pretty cool. I was going to pick up some RF sockets and remotes as i can buy a multipack for the same price as one zwave one, but long term, I want to have everything controlled through hub/and or timer (or both)...so this is probably the way to go. Also good as most zwave sockets only have 1 of 2 replacement sockets zwave enabled.
Drawback with RF is you don't have feedback. Which means when you click on or off, it may not indicate correct status. Its a cheap alternative for non essential devices. I have mix of Zwave and Zigbee devices and control everything using smarthings.
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This product is poorly designed transformer-wise, making a loud-enough squealing noise to bother anyone with youthful ears and frequency response -- not just one defective unit, but all of them I've tried.
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