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Leviton DZ1KD-1BZ Decora Smart 1000W Dimmer with Z-Wave Plus Technology, White/Light Almond, Works with Amazon Alexa [1000W Dimmer] $38.39

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Last Edited by jzanick January 16, 2018 at 10:58 AM
Title is misleading. Requires a z-wave hub such as Wink or Smartthings before you can use it with Alexa or Google Assistant.

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I wonder how this will work on a 5w led bulb. With most people switching to low power led lamps the 1kw will not be in much demand but I am curious about how these dimmers work with LEDs
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How do these compare to the GE Z-wave switches? This is the everyday price of the GE.
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Wish I could find one of these without the neutral wire requirement.
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Wish I could find one of these without the neutral wire requirement.
Use lutron caseta switches
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I wonder how this will work on a 5w led bulb. With most people switching to low power led lamps the 1kw will not be in much demand but I am curious about how these dimmers work with LEDs
The 1000w is actually the rating for incandescent. This switch will only run up to 450w on fluorescent/LEDs. Excerpt below is from their product spec page.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS
• Rated for dimmable CFL and LED loads
up to 450W
• Rated for incandescent loads up to 1000W
• Rated for fluorescent ballast loads up to 1000VA
• Compatible with Leviton vizia rf + systems
• Soft fade on/off
• On/off LED (bottom) and Brightness Level LED
(left side)
• Multi-location (3-way) dimming is achieved using
up to 4 remote units, DD00R-DL.
• Frequency: 908.42 MHz
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I wonder how this will work on a 5w led bulb. With most people switching to low power led lamps the 1kw will not be in much demand but I am curious about how these dimmers work with LEDs
According to the description, it will work on even a single LED.
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From the Leviton Website.

The Leviton DZ1KD is a Z-Wave Plus enabled universal dimmer designed for residential lighting applications. It uses the latest generation of Leviton's dimming technology for smart lighting control, engineered to function with extremely sensitive, low-wattage light sources, such as a single LED bulb in a hallway or a strand of holiday lights, ensuring LEDs do not glow when off.

The DZ1KD is fully compatible with Wink, SmartThings and Amazon Echo (requires Wink or SmartThings Hub), as well as all other certified Z-Wave controllers, security systems, gateways, and hubs. Attach one or multiple DZ1KD devices to these controllers to provide automation and remote access.

In addition to universal lighting support, the DZ1KD features two-way feedback, is scene capable, and is Z-Wave Plus certified, ensuring the latest technology, increased communication range, network wide inclusion, and over the air updates. Includes 49 different fade rates and features user pre-sets for powering on and minimum brightness. Also features transient surge suppression built-in.

Can be used in 3-way, multi-way circuit by using matching DD00R-DL remote dimmer. The UL required air gap switch disconnects power from load locally. It is concealed during normal operation and is accessible without moving the wall plate.
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How do these compare to the GE Z-wave switches? This is the everyday price of the GE.
The GE you are comparing is the 600W variant. The compareable GE version at 1000W is currently $50 on amazon.
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Not seeing the 38 price.
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Price is now $48.81...
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I have this in six rooms in my house. Each control 4 to 6 can lights in a room. No issues I bought directly from Smartthings website 10 months ago. I paid $40 as I bought the bulk pack then.
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Wow I just bought a bunch of them and the price jumped to 48.81.
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Forgot to mention no sales tax on Smartthings website so it was cheaper then this deal if you want to buy 6 pack. They were also in individual boxes.
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