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GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Plus Smart Dimmer Switch, Full Dimming, In-Wall, Incl. White and Lt. Almond Paddles, Repeater/Range Extender, Zwave Hub Required, Works with SmartThings, Wink, Alexa, 14294 [Dimmer]

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If you price match with Lowe's.
You will likely receive the gen 2 model which is higher priced.
Lowe's uses the model number 14294 for both gen 1 and gen 2.
To confirm it wasn't just an inventory pull mistake.
Afterwards scanned the UPC of a gen 1 and gen 2 box with the Lowe's app. Both UPCs take you to the same product page. 14294
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I will copy my comment I just made on the Zooz thread:

The difference here is dimmer vs on/off, don't buy dimmers if you lights do not support dimming you will not have a good time.

3/4/5-way scenarios:

- GE: Need Add-On switch(~$20 each), has benefits such as switches should be a closer match, dim control from add-on, add-on is paddle button instead of traditional rocker
- Zooz: ZEN26/ZEN27 are the newer models and have direct 3/4/5-way, ie replace main switch in the 3-way config and it works, dumb switches can only be on/off so no dimming with the ZEN27
- Inovelli: There new dimmers don't require a neutral wire and have a RGB bar on the side of the switch that can customized or used for notifications (IE turn red when door is unlocked), these can also be used with dumb 3-way switches but the dumb switch needs to be rewired, or they can be used with the GE add-on switch if you need the dimming at all locations.

Personally, I recommend the Zooz for 3+-way for its simplicity, Inovelli in areas that I spend a lot of time awake in and can see the switch like living room/office or where an at a glance notification could be useful, and the GE switches when they are cheap enough in single gauge boxes with no 3+-way.
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Why not the newer version 46201? What's the difference?
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If you price match with Lowe's.
You will likely receive the gen 2 model which is higher priced.
Lowe's uses the model number 14294 for both gen 1 and gen 2.
To confirm it wasn't just an inventory pull mistake.
Afterwards scanned the UPC of a gen 1 and gen 2 box with the Lowe's app. Both UPCs take you to the same product page. 14294
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Why not the newer version 46201? What's the difference?
Gen 2 is better.
Supports double tap, smaller size, line/load sensing and secure pairing.

Only reason to get gen 1 is the reduced price. Like right now you can gen 1 used from amazon warehouse for $21.21
There is a 20% discount.

I have a mix of gen 1 and gen 2.
The double tap comes in handy controlling lamps with RGBW bulbs.
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Gen 2 is better.
Supports double tap, smaller size, line/load sensing and secure pairing.

Only reason to get gen 1 is the reduced price. Like right now you can gen 1 used from amazon warehouse for $21.21
There is a 20% discount.

I have a mix of gen 1 and gen 2.
The double tap comes in handy controlling lamps with RGBW bulbs.

I have read a lot of negativity about gen 2, I forget actually what, real helpful right, but I thought consensus was to stick with gen 1? I thought gen 1 had the double tap ability, guess not. Thanks
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Is the double tap feature for triggering macros or something?
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Is the double tap feature for triggering macros or something?
Yes. Scenes etc just more automation. Super handy
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Gen 1 of this model does support double tap.

There have been many generations of GE Z-wave dimmer switches, and many model numbers - I have some that do not require neutrals - so simply stating just gen 1 or gen 2 can be confusing.
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This is a three way switch but only contains 1 switch : what do you put on the other rocker switch?
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This is a three way switch but only contains 1 switch : what do you put on the other rocker switch?
According to the description:
3-WAY READY – The smart device operates perfectly on its own or seamlessly integrates into multi-switch setups with required add-on switches – models 12723 or 46199. Up to four add-on switches can be connected to the same device.
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Why the ge vs the zooz? Zooz doesn't require an add on switch for 3-way (ie you can use your existing g dumb 3 way) and it is cheaper (https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13801961; -$20 for the add on required with this ge product)?
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Why the ge vs the zooz? Zooz doesn't require an add on switch for 3-way (ie you can use your existing g dumb 3 way) and it is cheaper (https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13801961; -$20 for the add on required with this ge product)?
That is just a switch, this is a dimmer.
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Gen 1 of this model does support double tap.

There have been many generations of GE Z-wave dimmer switches, and many model numbers - I have some that do not require neutrals - so simply stating just gen 1 or gen 2 can be confusing.
Gen 1 and gen 2 is how the manufacture refers to the current versions of this model using Z-Wave Plus.
Whereas any previous versions were Z-Wave like models in the 12xxx series and are not referenced as gen 1 or gen 2.
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Gen 1 of this model does support double tap.

There have been many generations of GE Z-wave dimmer switches, and many model numbers - I have some that do not require neutrals - so simply stating just gen 1 or gen 2 can be confusing.
Yep. On Amazon when looking at the 46201 and selecting gen 1 gives you this model, 14294. I think the 14294 had two different versions. It's 2nd gen having poor reviews on Amazon for whatever it's worth.
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