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ZWave 2-GIG Z-BRDG PLUG-IN LAMP DIMMER $7.99

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This GoControl (formerly 2GIG) Plug-in Lamp Module is integrates with other Z-Wave products. It can also act as a wireless repeater to ensure that commands intended for another device in the network are received (useful when a device would otherwise be out of radio range).
  • One-controlled outlet for control and dimming of lamps (Z-Wave hub required)
  • Works with many Z-Wave controllers, including SmartThings, WINK, FIBARO Home Center, Vera, and many more!
  • For indoor use only
  • May be packaged referencing 2GIG Energy Bridge; device sold as a Z-Wave lamp dimmer only
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Can anyone confirm if LED light works or not?
how do you dim with only one button? (other than using zwave protocol)


Load:
• Incandescent: 600W Max, 120VAC
• Resistive: 15 amps (1800 watts )
Maximum 120VAC
• Motor: 1/2 H.P. Max, 120VAC
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Can the dimming be disabled? To use it as a binary switch.
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Can the dimming be disabled? To use it as a binary switch.
Yes just send the signal for 100% or off
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$10 Shipping kills it
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A review on Amazon says that it does not work well with LED https://www.amazon.com/2gig-Z-BRD...B00Z7EH87W

"These will NOT work with LED bulbs. They leak a small amount of current and cause the LED to never shut off."
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Can anyone confirm if LED light works or not?
how do you dim with only one button? (other than using zwave protocol)
Will depend on the LED. Dimming is by pressing and holding and/or via software control.

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Can the dimming be disabled? To use it as a binary switch.
Not on the ones that I have. Just progressive dimming.
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Does this measure power consumption?
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$10 Shipping kills it
Not only that, this is not z-wave plus, so it's likely slow and laggy, and can have problems with events logging correctly, depending if you're using polling or not
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Not only that, this is not z-wave plus, so it's likely slow and laggy, and can have problems with events logging correctly, depending if you're using polling or not
I don't notice much delay with regular z-wave.... But obviously newer is better. But 10$ shipping definitely makes it a no go.
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Bummer about the shipping. Since it's meant to be used with an external power monitor, it would be good with small space heaters or lamps for vacation mode randomness.
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Not only that, this is not z-wave plus, so it's likely slow and laggy, and can have problems with events logging correctly, depending if you're using polling or not
Zwave plus vs regular zwave isn't an issue for something like this. Zwave plus mainly gets you greater range and better support for encrypted devices but you won't notice a speed difference. I have a few of these and they're instantaneous
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Free shipping for orders over $99. So buy a bunch!

There's also a 10% code if you sign up for mailing list.
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Shipping is $5.99 for a single one, via 1st class USPS.
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Can the dimming be disabled? To use it as a binary switch.

I suggest only as a dimmer.... If you plugged in a voltage sensitive device and it dimmed it could damage it.

The on/off ones also have a Ground as I believe the Dimmer is only 2 prong.
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