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I have it for outdoor lighting and it works wonderfully.

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I just bought some of these last week (same price,luckily) and they work great. Very easy to install, but you need a neutral wire and they don't work with 3-way switches.
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No smartness here. It just automatically goes on/off (when programmed) when the sun goes up or down. I'm assuming it has memory with sunrise and set times based on your lat/long (which you input). You can also program any other chosen times of day. Automatically adjusts for the seasons and daylight saving time. There's no actual solar sensor.

You program it on the device, kind of like a thermostat. Very easy.

I use these for my exterior lights and I'm happy with them. my front porch lights never see the sun so I cant use any solar lights with them ... this is the preferable alternative.
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I just bought some of these last week (same price,luckily) and they work great. Very easy to install, but you need a neutral wire and they don't work with 3-way switches.
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Have this for my front lighting - works great! Highly recommend!
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Needs a neutral wire.if you don't have one in your wiring there is another model which works with out neutral wire.
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I bought last time it was front page. Works very well. Just note it is thick plug. I needed an outlet box adapter for it to fit nicely. Looks good now
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I have a few questions. So this works as a light switch but what's the solar part? Also does it work with Google or smart things?
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I have a few questions. So this works as a light switch but what's the solar part? Also does it work with Google or smart things?
No smartness here. It just automatically goes on/off (when programmed) when the sun goes up or down. I'm assuming it has memory with sunrise and set times based on your lat/long (which you input). You can also program any other chosen times of day. Automatically adjusts for the seasons and daylight saving time. There's no actual solar sensor.

You program it on the device, kind of like a thermostat. Very easy.

I use these for my exterior lights and I'm happy with them. my front porch lights never see the sun so I cant use any solar lights with them ... this is the preferable alternative.
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I have a few questions. So this works as a light switch but what's the solar part? Also does it work with Google or smart things?
No smartthing. This is just a dumb switch with timer. If you have smartthing hub you should buy a Zwave or zigbee switch/dimmer for about the same price and you can do what ever yu want with it. Including control over the internet.
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I have a few questions. So this works as a light switch but what's the solar part? Also does it work with Google or smart things?
Like it was said above, it's not Solar powered. It's a little miss leading as it should say "Astronomical Clock". Which just adjusts the on/off time based on where you're located and how the sun sets/rises for your location. I have a Leviton brand one for my outdoor coach lights and it's a great item, always looks like you're home and they work with LED bulbs.
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I just bought some of these last week (same price,luckily) and they work great. Very easy to install, but you need a neutral wire and they don't work with 3-way switches.
Yup didn't realize it was fp material lol
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I have a similar GE switch,bought before smartthings existed, which keeps amazingly inaccurate time when a $5 watch from Walmart can keep better time. You enter a zone and your sunrise/sunset time can be off a 15 to 30 min depending on where you are in the zone. Hopefully this honeywell model is better built. GE has been selling many of their divisions and hopefully this is not just a renamed GE. I have to buy a z-wave switch and connect it to my smartthings, just haven't got around to it.
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So, same as $2.00 photoelectric cell??
Have you read the blooming description? Or do you just post random irrelevant comments?
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These work great for exterior lighting. I've had one installed since '14 and have only had to reprogram it once after a week long power outage. Clock and astronomical programming have stayed accurate over that time.
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