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Model # 45613

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Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Three-Way Dimmer Kit

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$69.99 /each




Model # 45613

Internet # 202453957

Transform any home into a smart home with the GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Three-Way Dimmer Kit. The GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Three-Way Dimmer Kit enables wireless control of on/off and dim functions of hardwired incandescent lighting, and includes a primary dimmer switch and auxiliary switch for control of one light from two locations. Perfect for controlling incandescent lighting in a hallway or staircase. The dimmer switches replace your current light switches, use your existing wiring and provide Z-Wave wireless and manual control of overhead lighting. Use the dimmer feature to customize the lighting output and create the perfect ambiance for any room. The primary dimmer switch includes an LED indicator light to easily locate the switch in a dark room. The kit is the ideal setup for lighting stairs, halls and multi-entrance rooms. Take control of your home lighting with GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Controls. Z-Wave is the world’s largest ecosystem of interoperable smart home products. Z-Wave lighting controls provide an easy-to-install and affordable system to control lighting and small appliances in your home. Add GE Z-Wave lighting controls to a Z-Wave certified gateway to access and control your home from anywhere in the world using your smartphone, tablet or computer as a home automation command center. Never worry if you accidentally left the lights on because you can turn them off remotely or program your lights to go on/off at specific times.

  • Easily replace any three-way switch configuration with the GE Z-Wave three-way dimmer kit to turn lighting on/off or adjust dim levels with your mobile device or computer using any Z-Wave certified gateway
  • White lighting control matches most standard wall plates (wall plate not included)
  • Dimmer control customizes lighting output and creates the perfect ambiance for any room
  • Can be controlled in groups of multiple lights or used to create dimmable ambient interior lighting scenes
  • Easily locate the switch in a dark room with the integrated blue LED indicator
  • Perfect for hallways and stairs – controls one light from two separate locations
  • Screw terminal installation provides improved space efficiency when replacing existing switches compared to flying leads
  • Compatible with any Z-Wave certified gateway, providing access from many popular home automation systems and applications (application software not included)
  • Incandescent bulbs recommended for optimal performance

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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by does not work with LED bulbs This item as well as the independant dimmer switch does not work with LED bulbs. There is a minimum load of 40W. With the LED bulbs, this dimmer switch cannot completely turn off the lights, they remain powered on when switched to the off position March 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy install, great price! This is a great price for a Z-Wave dimmer and installation took only about 15 minutes! I would recommend this! May 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by OK as stand alone 2-way - worthless 3-way As a single stand alone dimmer the GE kit works fine ( just toss the 2nd switch) As a 3 or 4-way this kit is a joke. the max distance between the switches is exceeded in just a few feet. Basically the switches communicate between changes in voltage. The longer the wire the greater the resistance. The voltage change in communication is so low the resistance of a few feet of wire negates the message. Bottom line - it a bad design. June 13, 2012
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