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Leviton DZPD3-2BW Decora Smart Plug-in Dimmer with Z-Wave Technology, White, Repeater/Range Extender [Plug-in Dimmer]

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Great deal, these will make great cheap repeaters, and should work well with Christmas LED lighting.

I wonder what they mean with the transformer warning. Do they mean any type of AC/DC adapter? Would get more if I could use these with battery chargers (no more than 60W).

edit: guessing these can't snap to 0, prohibiting anything but dimmable LEDs/bulbs.
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Great deal, these will make great cheap repeaters, and should work well with Christmas LED lighting.

I wonder what they mean with the transformer warning. Do they mean any type of AC/DC adapter? Would get more if I could use these with battery chargers (no more than 60W).
I think they mean things that require full 120V and that can't operate on a lowered voltage.

Like you aren't going to plug in your Bose Wave Radio into this thing. Or your TV

Just lamps/lights
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If i have an led sconce with a dimmer control on the line would this supercede the light controls if its plugged in?
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If i have an led sconce with a dimmer control on the line would this supercede the light controls if its plugged in?
Yes, you turn on your sconce to 100% at it's switch then this plug can dim it.
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Yes, you turn on your sconce to 100% at it's switch then this plug can dim it.
Awesome thanks. I have wemo mini on it now to a timer and goes on at night but would be even better to adjust without climbing for the cord lol

Thanks!
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Awesome thanks. I have wemo mini on it now to a timer and goes on at night but would be even better to adjust without climbing for the cord lol

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If you already have a Wemo Mini plugged in then this Leviton plug should work the exact same BUT will allow you to dim instead of only turn on/off. Note that this one is not WiFi like the Wemo. This is ZWave so you'll need a hub with the appropriate radio like Wink or Smart Things (Amazon Echos are Zigbee but NOT ZWave hubs).
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If you already have a Wemo Mini plugged in then this Leviton plug should work the exact same BUT will allow you to dim instead of only turn on/off. Note that this one is not WiFi like the Wemo. This is ZWave so you'll need a hub with the appropriate radio like Wink or Smart Things (Amazon Echos are Zigbee but NOT ZWave hubs).
Yea we have smartthings here
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Yea we have smartthings here
Then you should be good to go. I'll be doing the same thing. Replacing Amazon on/off plugs on our sconces with these dimmers to hygge the crap out of our living room.
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Great price, thanks!
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I have this and the only negative I have is the lights won't dim very low, but it could be the dimmable led's I'm using with it.
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I have this and the only negative I have is the lights won't dim very low, but it could be the dimmable led's I'm using with it.
Have you tried adjusting the Minimum Light Level parameter? DZPD3-02B Manual [leviton.com]
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Anyone know how to check if these will have problems with expiring security certificates next year?
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Rats... thought I missed a deal alert on the ones that don't require a hub (they work great for me, but cost more)

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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