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Leviton Z-Wave Enabled 15 Amp Scene Capable Plug-In Appliance Module with LED Locator - White
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Leviton

Z-Wave Enabled 15 Amp Scene Capable Plug-In Appliance Module with LED Locator - White

  • Compatible with Wink, SmartThings and Amazon Echo
  • Wireless control via smartphone from anywhere in the world
  • Requires Wink or SmartThings Hub (sold separately)
$3997 /each
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Product Overview

  • Compatible with Wink, SmartThings and Amazon Echo
  • Wireless control via smartphone from anywhere in the world
  • Requires Wink or SmartThings Hub (sold separately)
The Leviton DZPA1 is a Z-Wave enabled universal switch designed for use for most residential lighting and motor applications. A large range of load types are supported including LED and CFL, incandescent, halogen and magnetic Low-Voltage, electronic Low-Voltage, fluorescent, and motor loads up to 1/2-HP. The DZPA1 is fully compatible with the Wink Hub as well as all of other certified Z-Wave controllers.
  • Rated for 5 Amp of CFL/LED, 1800-Watt fluorescent, 15 Amp resistive and 1/2-HP motor
  • Works with any Z-wave hub, including wink, SmartThings, and others with the Z-wave logo
  • Scene capable and programming button included
  • For control of electronic ballast, CFL, and LED drivers
  • Use stand-alone or attach to a home automation system
  • This item is compatible with the Wink home automation system and can connect to several other items to control and customize your home with automated rules, shortcuts, and more, all with no monthly fees


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Product Overview

The Leviton DZPA1 is a Z-Wave enabled universal switch designed for use for most residential lighting and motor applications. A large range of load types are supported including LED and CFL, incandescent, halogen and magnetic Low-Voltage, electronic Low-Voltage, fluorescent, and motor loads up to 1/2-HP. The DZPA1 is fully compatible with the Wink Hub as well as all of other certified Z-Wave controllers.

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  • Rated for 5 Amp of CFL/LED, 1800-Watt fluorescent, 15 Amp resistive and 1/2-HP motor
  • Works with any Z-wave hub, including wink, SmartThings, and others with the Z-wave logo
  • Scene capable and programming button included
  • For control of electronic ballast, CFL, and LED drivers
  • Use stand-alone or attach to a home automation system
  • This item is compatible with the Wink home automation system and can connect to several other items to control and customize your home with automated rules, shortcuts, and more, all with no monthly fees


  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Name Z-Wave Enabled 15 Amp Scene Capable Plug-In Appliance Module with LED Locator - White 30 Amp 120/208-Volt 3-Phase Flanged Inlet Grounding Locking Receptacle, White Wi-Fi Smart Plug Mini (2-Pack) WeMo Switch (2-Pack)
Brand Leviton Leviton TP-LINK Belkin
Ratings (36) (0) (0) (179)
Connection Type Locking plug
Maximum Amperage (amps) 30
Electrical Features No Additional Features
Voltage (volts) 120/208
Plug/Connector Plug
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.56
Product Height (in.)
2.97
Product Width (in.)
2.39

Details

Color Family
White
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Device Enabled
Enabled
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5- Year Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.56
Product Height (in.)
2.97
Product Width (in.)
2.39

Details

Color Family
White
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Device Enabled
Enabled
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5- Year Limited

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Questions & Answers

crock pot?

Can you control a simple on/off crock pot?
Asked by: scott
IF is it is 15 AMP OR UNDER, it should not be an issue....
Answered by: PainterPete
Date published: 2016-03-20

Can it be used with a portable heater under 15 amps?

Asked by: Inquiring
If there is no fan in the electric heater, then definitely YES. If there is a fan (there usually is) then it depends on the fan size but most likely it would work fine. The module is limited to a motor load of less than 1/2 HP.
Answered by: Starmapper
Date published: 2016-09-29

Will it power my Christmas tree?

Asked by: AutomationNut
It depends on how many and what type of lights you use in your tree, but most likely it will work with no problem. Total incandescent load is limited to 15 amps, but LED load is limited to 5A. That's a lot of either type for a normal sized, home, indoor tree.
Answered by: Starmapper
Date published: 2016-09-29

Will it work with a HD Tv?

Asked by: James
No, this is not appropriate for an HDTV as, once you would turn the outlet on, you would still need to turn the TV on separately. Think of it this way; if you have a device with a hard switch where you can leave it on, unplug it, then when you plug it back in, it's already on. That is the kind of device this works with. If you unplug an HDTV when it's on, then plug it back in, you need to turn the TV back on again. So this wouldn't work. I have a fan plugged into this. The fan is left on and set to high and turns on and off based on the time of day.
Answered by: TomG
Date published: 2016-08-17
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Customer Reviews

Z-Wave Enabled 15 Amp Scene Capable Plug-In Appliance Module with LED Locator - White is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Install and Quick Wink Pairing Pretty straightforward product that works as advertised. I have a dehumidifier in a room behind our basement because it can get very humid down there. But it's not a very nice room and I prefer not to go down there unless I really need to. This plug-in appliance module helps control the dehumidifier from anywhere reducing my visits to this room of sadness. Pairing with Wink was easy and my Wink hub was able to find this z-wave module very quickly. Pretty happy as the Wink hub is on another level of the house, so it works from a good distance and through a brick wall. All-in-all this product gave me exactly what I needed, a way to control an appliance that I don't physically see that often.
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have quite a few devices on my Wink 2, including Lutron Caseta dimmers, Cree Connected bulbs, p... I have quite a few devices on my Wink 2, including Lutron Caseta dimmers, Cree Connected bulbs, plug-in modules like this, a Nest thermostat, a number of Nest smoke detectors, etc. This would have been a sixty second installation if the Wink software worked correctly, but instead I had twenty minutes of cursing. The installation/connection wizard did not detect the final connected step during pairing. As a result I had to cancel and retry. I repeated the steps quite a few times, only to later discover that each of the attempts had actually worked and I was left with the device listed many times in the app. I deleted them all, repeated the process and simply canceled while the app waited for the final step to detect the new device. Once I figured that out all was well. The device works as-expected. I have it scheduled through the Wink, controlling a table lamp in the living room. This is a super simple way to get into home automation without replacing in-wall dimmers.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this to pair with my Vivint Sky control panel / security system. It was very easy to pai... I bought this to pair with my Vivint Sky control panel / security system. It was very easy to pair and works quickly. I can now control this from my control panel or my phone and it responds very quickly. Highly recommend!
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We've been using this for a couple of months and it works well with our Google Home. Note that th... We've been using this for a couple of months and it works well with our Google Home. Note that the LED indicator light flashes or stays on which may become annoying.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Must be used in somewhat high current devices This works OK with the Z-Wave controls we tried, but it only worked with certain types of loads. The problem arises when you attempt to use this with a light load that doesn't automatically shut off if it doesn't get full needed current. There is a leakage current that will keep light loads on. This can be a problem as well as damaging to some devices if they can't handle the partial off. This makes we worried about using this device.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Minimum wattage required I just purchased this switch to use exclusively with a custom made low wattage led light and I am experiencing a flickering problem. When I turn off the switch with my Veralite controller, the led lights turn off but then they flicker on and off every 3 seconds or so. Pairing it with my Veralite controler reduced the amount of flickering but did not eliminate it. I read on another site the module has a current bleed. It doesn't work for what I purchased it for but I'm sure I will be able to find a use for it. I plugged in a lamp with a 2watt led light and when I turned the switch off the light dims but doesn't turn off. When I plugged in a Liam's with a 10 watt LED the light turned off. I have zwave switches from other manufacturers that are able to completely turn off the 2 watt bulb. The instructions that come with the switch say "If an LED bulb is illuminated even when OFF, replace the bulb with a different brand or a higher wattage rating."
Date published: 2016-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great with a few caveats Installation and use of this module couldn't have been easier, but I got lucky. I pressed the only button on the device before I read the instructions and, since my Z-Wave controller was in search mode, the module paired immediately. That's fortunate, because when I read the instructions, I got confusing and misleading information. The instructions have a note stating “To include your module into a network, contact Leviton's Techline...” and it gives a phone number and website. Obviously that's not necessary for most people and, in fact, the website is just the Leviton home page. I never found instructions there other than what was included in the package.. The instructions also talk about the potential need to perform a factory reset, directing (among other things) to press the button and wait for the light to turn amber, then flash red. Maybe it's my eyes, but I never saw amber on this or other Leviton Z-wave units. I saw red, flashing red, and green. Nonetheless, the unit works. Now the caveats. The advertising on the Home Depot site states this unit handles a load of 15A, but read the fine print. The actual capacity depends on the type of load (e.g. LED lights, incandescent lights, and motors) so, for example, it will only handle a 1/2-HP motor. It won't handle large fans, pumps, compressors, washing machines, etc. That's probably not an issue, but check your requirements before you buy. The other issue I have with this unit is the inability to operate it manually. Other automation units I've used allow the user to cycle the module to ON by cycling the switch on the load. For example you can illuminate a table lamp plugged into a module by turning the lamp switch OFF, then ON, no matter what state the module was in, and without accessing your home's Controller. Not so with this Leviton module. If it's in the OFF state you must turn it ON via the Home Controller interface. Depending on your intended application, that may or may not be an issue. Other than those small things, this module appears to work well, and I can recommend it for z-wave Home Automation enthusiasts.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Switch delivers a small amount of wattage when off Needless to say, I was very confused that when first plugging it into the wall, that it dimly lit my LED bulb. Using kill-a-watt, this device consumes 0.4 watts with nothing plugged in. When I plug in the lamp with the LED bulb that is slightly lit up, it still consumes 0.4 watts. Somehow the circuitry is transferring that power to the plugged in device, and it really hurts compatibility. I tested another LED bulb that was not capable of dimming and when the switch was "off" the bulb blinked every second. A 3rd LED bulb did not light up when the switch was off (Cree brand). Then I tested a non-dimmable strip of LED lights and once again, it blinked. I tried two CFLs, both of which worked fine. Out of curiosity, I tried a USB charger that has a blue light when plugged in and that blue light blinked when the switch was off. Oddly, with non-dimmable products, using my Schlage Z-Wave dimmer switch has better compatibility when I switch the brightness between 0 and 100 in my software.. Luckily I was planning on using this for a fan in my basement, to circulate the air every hour or so. But be aware of the phantom wattage and don't plug anything "smart" into it as it may damage the product. when the switch is "off". Shame because the form factor is attractive and build quality appears good. But when a dimmer switch outperforms a simple on/off switch, it's time to go back to the drawing board.
Date published: 2016-08-03
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