No Hub Necessary – The remote allows you to create one scene to control smart devices with or without a Z-Wave hub. It is able to directly pair with Z-Wave switches, dimmers, fan controls and more simple-setup home automation. Dual- and quad-scene models – 34174 and 34176 – are also available for even more varied automation.
Scalable Automation – One-to-many or many-to-one configurations accommodate any need. Create a scene for up to 20 devices with one remote or use several remotes to control a single fixture. Universal compatibility allows the remote to pair with Z-Wave Plus and all previous Z-Wave generations.
Ideal Applications – Trigger actions of several devices to enjoy the comfort of knowing all of your lights are turned off when you leave the house or illuminate your whole home as soon as you arrive. Connecting multiple remotes to one fixture, lamp or fan instantly creates a multi-switch network for control from various locations.
Versatile Placement– Compact construction and two provided CR2032 batteries offer comfortable handheld operation for easy portability. The included unique magnetic adapter and rocker-style wallplate support wall-mount options. The remote can also be incorporated into existing switchboxes and multi-gang setups or replace blanks. Tabletop placement with an available cradle – model 39943 – allows convenient accessibility anywhere.
Full-Range Dimmability – When connected to a Z-Wave dimmer, adjust brightness levels of dimmable lights from 0-100 percent. Dimming lights reduces energy costs and improves bulb life.
Expand your control with the GE Enbrighten Z-Wave In-Wall Solo Scene Remote. The battery-powered smart remote works with Z-Wave devices to create one-touch scene control to wirelessly operate lamps, fans, water features, seasonal lighting and more for effortless management of your home. A hub is not required, but the scene remote works perfectly with gateways from many top brands for enhanced versatility.
Pairing Devices to Remote
Prepare the remote
1. Press the up and down buttons until the LED flashes slowly – about five seconds.
2. Press the up button to make the LED flash quickly – times out after 20 seconds.
3. Follow the instructions to add your Z-Wave device to a scene – same as adding it to a hub.
4. Set the device to ON, OFF or desired brightness – this is recalled when the scene is triggered
Up to 20 devices can be added.
5. Press the up button to exit programming.
6. LED illuminates for two seconds to indicate success – monitor closely.
Operating the Remote
The up button triggers the scene to turn ON/OFF devices as programmed.
The down button turns off all devices in the scene.
Pressing and holding the up button increases the brightness of the scene’s dimmable lights.
The down button decreases the brightness of dimmable lights in the scene.
In addition to the remote’s convenient portability and wall-mount options, the available tabletop cradle – model 39943 – allows placement anywhere. The magnetic cradle with nonslip backing is perfect for nightstands, coffee tables, countertops and more. It’s ideal when controlling a scene with mobile devices or voice commands isn’t possible or preferred.
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.