Set your life in motion with the GE Z-Wave Plus In-Wall Smart Motion Switch. This energy-efficient motion sensor light switch works with your home’s Z-Wave hub to wirelessly trigger scenes and send alerts to your smartphone or tablet whenever motion is has turned lights on or off.* Three different modes offer the best lighting option for you: occupancy, vacancy and manual. In occupancy mode, the lights will automatically turn on when you enter the room and automatically turn off once you’ve left (customizable between 5 seconds and 30 minutes). In vacancy mode, the lights are turned on manually and will turn off automatically after a preset amount of time. In manual mode, the lights will function as a normal light switch and manually turn on and off. Along with conveniently saving you time and energy costs, the smart motion sensor switch can replace any existing light switch in your home, and can be used in 3- and 4-way applications. You may also coordinate the Z-Wave dimmer switch with your household decor with the included white and light almond buttons. Experience the comfort of automation in your life when you come home to the Z-Wave Plus In-Wall Smart Motion Switch.
VOICE CONTROL – ALEXA & GOOGLE ASSISTANT COMPATIBLE (requires a Z-Wave certified hub). Works with the following Z-Wave certified hubs: SmartThings, Ring Alarm, Wink, ADT Pulse, ADT Command, Trane, Vivint, Nexia, Honeywell, Home Seer, Harmony Home Hub Extender, Vera and more.
SELECTABLE MOTION CONTROL – Personalize the switch with three motion-detection options – occupancy, vacancy and manual. Occupancy mode turns lights ON/OFF automatically, while lights are turned on manually and off automatically in the vacancy setting. To deactivate the motion sensor, select manual operation. With five time-out duration options ranging from five seconds to 30 minutes and up to 180-degree detection coverage, the switch accommodates any room with varying amounts of activity. Additionally, enjoy custom scenes, versatile scheduling and convenient alerts with remote operation and voice control when connected to a compatible hub.
3-WAY READY – The smart device operates perfectly on its own or seamlessly integrates into multi-switch setups with required add-on switches – models 12723, 12728, 46199 or 46200. Up to four add-on switches can be connected to the same device.
FULL-HOME COVERAGE – Z-Wave Plus works with all previous Z-Wave generations to allow continued expansion of your home-automation network. The switch is capable of controlling indoor or outdoor fixtures for whole-home automation and repeats your Z-Wave signal from your hub or other devices to extend your range by up to 150ft. Extended signal range increases your home automation coverage to enhance your control.
EASY INSTALLATION – Requires indoor in-wall installation with hardwired connections. NEUTRAL WIRE REQUIRED. Includes white and light almond cover buttons (wall plate not included). Works with all LED, CFL, incandescent and halogen bulbs as well as other devices. Operating temperature range 32-104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Wirelessly schedule a timed event, create custom scenes and control on/off function from anywhere from your smartphones, tablets, PCs and Z-Wave enabled remotes.
3 Operational Modes
Occupancy mode turns on when motion is detected and off automatically. Vacancy mode requires the light to be manually turned on and will turn off automatically when motion is not detected. Manual mode for manual On and Off control of the lights.
Requires Neutral Wire
Replaces your current light switch and is easy to install using your home's existing wiring. 'Please ensure your home has a neutral wire before purchasing.
Z-Wave is one of the world's largest ecosystem of interoperable smart home products. Z-Wave Plus offers these improvements over the previous generation.
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