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Zooz Z-wave Plus Dimmer or Switch for $25.95 (Free Shipping over $99)

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Hi, this is my first post, so as is the custom, please feel free to mock/belittle/question my intelligence/grammar/sexual orientation.

The Smartest Home is offering both the ZOOZ Z-WAVE PLUS DIMMER LIGHT SWITCH [thesmartesthouse.com]ZEN22 and the ZOOZ Z-WAVE PLUS ON / OFF LIGHT SWITCH [thesmartesthouse.com]ZEN21 for $25.95, regularly priced at $39.95. Free Shipping over $99 . This is just a few dollars more than the Black Friday deal that made the front page ($22), and the cheapest current price I have seen by at least $10 for Z-Wave plus dimmer switches.


The ZOOZ Z-WAVE PLUS DIMMER TOGGLE SWITCH [thesmartesthouse.com] ZEN24 is also available at $29.95

I have ordered a few of these and will update the post once I get them installed. This brand seems to be owned by The Smartest Home, and they are relatively new, so it's hard to get much information about them.

Note: 3 way installations are officially supported for the toggle switch only by using a aGE 3-way switch [thesmartesthouse.com] such as 12728
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Single pole only. Yuck. Need multi-location.
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These are the new ones that just came in that are NOT backwards (up on the paddle is indeed ON, down on the paddle is indeed OFF). Previous ones were backwards.

Did someone else mention that these were not marked with UL (underwriters laboratories)? Can someone confirm this?
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Someone care to chime in on these? Like that they are zwave plus... price point seems meh
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anyone know if these will work without a nuetral? or is that just the cooper switches?
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These are the new ones that just came in that are NOT backwards (up on the paddle is indeed ON, down on the paddle is indeed OFF). Previous ones were backwards.

Did someone else mention that these were not marked with UL (underwriters laboratories)? Can someone confirm this?
Previously for the ZEN 21 you cannot turn off or change the behavior of the night light which is very bright. The night light is on when the switch is off. I have "upside down" switch.

GE's toggle switch allows you to modify the behavior in the SmartThings app.

Not sure if this is the fixed version. Email I received 1/1/17 from ZOOZ:

"Thank you for your email. We will have a new version of the switch ready in a couple of weeks when you can change the LED indicator behavior to be on when the switch is on and be off when the switch is off. Unfortunately, there is no way to turn the LED indicator off completely.

We have forwarded your feedback to our development team and this change will hopefully be implemented in the next production run in a few months."
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These are the new ones that just came in that are NOT backwards (up on the paddle is indeed ON, down on the paddle is indeed OFF). Previous ones were backwards.

Did someone else mention that these were not marked with UL (underwriters laboratories)? Can someone confirm this?
i bought about 2 months ago and mine had UL markings

i posted the same in that prior thread
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anyone familiar with what they mean by "minimum 20 Watts on load required"

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anyone know if these will work without a nuetral? or is that just the cooper switches?
This requires neutral for sure.
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Single pole only. Yuck. Need multi-location.
Z wave switch topology is different from standard 3 way - 4 way switch. It has traveler wire that triggers with neutral for making it 3-4 way switch.
Same module does support 3- 4 way but connections will be different from conventional SW. You'll need little brain storming!
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anyone familiar with what they mean by "minimum 20 Watts on load required"

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That means certain LED bulbs would not work with this switch.
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Single pole only. Yuck. Need multi-location
The Zooz site says to reach out to them if you need a 3-way installation. From what I have read on the ST forums, they tell you 3-way is possible and to use one of the GE 3-way switches, which seem to cost around $15-20. Looking at the wiring diagram there is a terminal for the traveler wire so this seems to make sense.
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bought these the last time they were on sale. got one of each, dimmer and on/off. the dimmer did not work well with LEDs, and had flickering and humming. the on/off switch worked perfectly.
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That means certain LED bulbs would not work with this switch.
Yes, switches for single LED bulbs might be a problem. Shouldn't be an issue for switches controlling multiple bulbs that are over 20 watts in aggregate shouldn't be a problem. Anyone know if this is a common problem with all z-wave dimmers?
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I'm wondering if traveler and three-way implemented the same way as GE, I got auxiliary GE switch laying around, will try to use it with this.
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