Revolutionary, patent-pending design – QuickFit and SimpleWire technologies offer groundbreaking home automation features. Unique advancements make the smart controls easier to install and more reliable than ever.
QuickFit – Improved components reduced the housing depth by up to 20 percent compared to previous Z-Wave models and eliminated the need for heat tabs. QuickFit enhancements are the ideal smart solution for older-style switch boxes, multi-gang configurations or any other application with limited space.
SimpleWire – Auto-detecting line/load terminals support fast installation by identifying line and load wires and configuring the switch accordingly. Dual ground ports, which are offset to avoid switch box mounting screws, support daisy-chaining in multi-switch setups.
Light-commercial capable – Supports 120VAC and 277VAC for universal use in a variety of systems. The switch is suitable for use in common home 120VAC or light-commercial 277VAC applications without additional equipment.
Optional toggle guide light – The white, toggle-style switch illuminates to show switch location and status. A blue LED backlight provides a soft glow and can be reversed, turned off or always on based on your indicator preferences.
Switch upgrade – Easily replace any standard, indoor in-wall switch equipped with a neutral wire to remotely turn on or off and set programs for a wide range of fixtures.
Multi-switch compatible – The smart device operates perfectly on its own or seamlessly integrates into multi-switch setups when paired with GE-branded Z-Wave Add-on Switches. Up to four add-on switches can be connected to the same light, fan or appliance.
Range extender – The in-wall Z-Wave switch repeats the signal from your hub or other Z-Wave device to extend wireless range by up to 150ft.
Home automation is even smarter with the GE-branded Enbrighten Z-Wave In-Wall Smart Toggle Switch with QuickFit™ and SimpleWire™. When paired with a compatible hub, the hardwired smart switch operates lighting, fans, pumps and more through individual commands and programmed settings. Wirelessly control and schedule indoor or outdoor fixtures for effortless management of your home. Your automation possibilities are seemingly infinite when connected to hubs from Ring, Wink, SmartThings, HomeSeer, Vera, Nexia and more.
The revolutionary, space-saving QuickFit design features a rounded housing and 20 percent smaller depth compared to previous models. The elimination of heat tabs also offers a more convenient installation and user-experience without reducing the electrical ratings.
With the SimpleWire technology, the new smart controls feature auto line-load sensing terminals, which eliminate guesswork or testing line and load wires. The dual offset ground ports are another defining feature that save time, simplify installation and reduce wire congestion in multi-switch setups. Neutral wire required.
Automating your home not only makes your life easier, but it also saves energy, cuts costs, and boosts your home’s security. Control your lights, fans and appliances, schedule a timed event, or create a custom scene from anywhere in the world at anytime of the day. Compatible with LED, CFL, incandescent and halogen bulbs, and other hardwired devices.
Supports 120VAC and 277VAC for universal use in a variety of systems. The switch is suitable for use in common home 120VAC or light-commercial 277VAC applications without additional equipment.
Works with all Z-Wave Compatible Hubs
ADT Pulse and Control
Voice Control with Alexa & Google Assistant
Control your connected device with only your voice!
Works with Amazon Alexa
Works with Google Assistant
Alexa/Echo/Google Assistant devices sold separately.
Z-Wave hub must be Alexa compatible.
NOT directly compatible with ECHO PLUS. Will work through Z-Wave certified hub only.
HOME AUTOMATION PROTOCOLS AND LANGUAGES 101: AN INTRODUCTION
In this smart home guide, you'll discover:
Find out more about automation and how it can add value to the home.
Discover the differences between Z-Wave, Zigbee, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Learn how to make the right selection for your building needs.