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Inovelli Red Series Z-Wave Switch $38.97

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Aug 17, 2008
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Thanks OP. These switches are fantastic if you have a smart hub like SmartThings or Hubitat. They support notifications as well as multiple scenes. I have a couple installed and they have worked flawlessly.
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Apr 2, 2015
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padlock wrote: Thanks OP. These switches are fantastic if you have a smart hub like SmartThings or Hubitat. They support notifications as well as multiple scenes. I have a couple installed and they have worked flawlessly.
+1 I use a double click up and double click down to open close my garage door from my front porch lights.
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Mar 26, 2004
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Ottawa
In for some. Have a few Leviton I'm happy with but happier about this price to add more. Thanks OP.
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Jul 6, 2006
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Have a couple of these switches and they are great. Only caution is that they are big and don't play well in gang boxes. Apparently you can cut off the heatsink tabs and get a better fit.
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Neutral wire required?
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Sep 9, 2006
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Jone19 wrote: +1 I use a double click up and double click down to open close my garage door from my front porch lights.
Can you point me to a page which explains how to do this once the switch is installed? I have a Smarthings hub and a MyQ enabled garage door opener...
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pathfinder35 wrote: Can you point me to a page which explains how to do this once the switch is installed? I have a Smarthings hub and a MyQ enabled garage door opener...
I have hubitat, not sure what the device handler looks like for smartthings but guessing it's very similar and made by inovelli themselves. In hubitat the driver makes the multipress combinations into buttons that you can use to automate scenes etc.
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Aug 2, 2004
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Jone19 wrote: I have hubitat, not sure what the device handler looks like for smartthings but guessing it's very similar and made by inovelli themselves. In hubitat the driver makes the multipress combinations into buttons that you can use to automate scenes etc.
Are you using WiFi or Z-Wave to connect your garage door opener to Hubitat?
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Nov 26, 2008
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GTA
I don’t need all the bells and whistles. I just want the basic on/off function. I guess I’m buying it for some serious overkill until a deal comes around on the black version.
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Aug 21, 2011
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If anyone would like to trade this one for a Inovelli In-wall Smart Switch dimmer, please PM me. It is brand new and z wave plus as well. I bought one couple of months ago to use when I install pot lights, but I don't see myself installing pot lights anytime soon so a regular switch is the need of the hour for me.

Inovelli Dimmer Smart Switch - Model NZW31
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Aug 22, 2006
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Dammit.

I want one (well a bunch) but I don't want to blow $400 on smart switches....
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
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thecdbob wrote: What is a good zwave hub to go for?
Smartthings is the best hub going in my opinion...
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Lush78 wrote: Smartthings is the best hub going in my opinion...
Hubitat for local processing, without replying on the cloud...
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RiceKing wrote: Inovelli Red Series Gen 2 switch going for $38.97. I swear it was $51 just before lunch.
The 3C site shows that it was $39.86 before Oct. 25. So, is it just 89c off sale?
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Dec 21, 2007
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bostonontario wrote: I don’t need all the bells and whistles. I just want the basic on/off function. I guess I’m buying it for some serious overkill until a deal comes around on the black version.
Why not just get the Costco ones?

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