GE Z-Wave Wireless Smart Lighting
Title : GE Z-Wave Wireless Smart Lighting Control Outdoor Module, On/Off, Plug-In, Black, Works with Amazon Alexa, 12720
ASIN : B0013V8K3O
Description : Transform any home into a smart home with the plug-in GE Z-Wave Outdoor Smart Switch. The outdoor switch enables you to wirelessly control your home’s outdoor lighting and appliances, including seasonal and landscape lighting, fountains and pumps, letting you turn lights on and off or schedule a timed event from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day. The weather-resistant housing with a protective outlet cover safeguards the outlet from dirt and debris when not in use and its discreet black color blends in with any outdoor environment. Take control of your home lighting with GE Z-Wave Smart Lighting Controls! Z-Wave Certification ID: ZC08 – 14110007
- The outdoor switch enables you to wirelessly control your home’s outdoor lighting and appliances, including seasonal and landscape lighting, fountains and pumps, letting you turn lights on and off or schedule a timed event from anywhere, at any time.
- Features one Z-Wave enabled outlet with integrated outlet cover that protects module from dirt and debris when not in use.
- Weather and impact resistant housing withstands damp or wet conditions.
- Easily control outdoor lighting with your mobile device or computer using any Z-Wave certified gateway, or control lighting on location with the manual push-button control or a Z-Wave certified remote.
- Compatible with the following Z-Wave certified Hubs: SmartThings, Pulse, Trane, Wink, Nexia, Honeywell, HomeSeer, Smart Security, Harmony Home Hub Extender, Vera, Connect and Iris. Compatible with CFL, LED, incandescent, fluorescent, xenon and halogen lighting.
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Rating : 4.3
Review : Took a little tweaking to set up, but works perfectly
I was a bit hesitant to spend this much on a smart controller for our pool pump, but the old mechanical timer we had was not working right, so it was worth whatever it took to not have to walk outside twice a day to turn the stupid thing on and off. The setup was fairly straightforward. I decided to pair it with a Wink hub. I can’t remember exactly the issue I ran into, but I did have some problems that prompted me to first call Wink (who couldn’t help), then to call Z-wave directly (they answer the issues customers have in leiu of GE). Z-wave was able to get me on the right track.
The only thing I don’t like about it, which is more of a Wink problem I think, is that I had to set this switch up as a "light", since lights and switches are on the same interface in the Wink app. That doesn’t make sense to me, but Alexa still listens when I say "Turn on the pool pump", so whatever.
I ended up making a Wink robot for it to turn on from 4:00pm to…