Save energy while enjoying Z-Wave control over your wired light fixture by replacing your traditional switch with the GE Z-Wave Plus In-wall Smart Motion Switch. This Z-Wave Plus On/Off (Gen5) light switch has a built-in PIR motion sensor to serve as a vacancy or occupancy sensor, automatically turning the light off when the room is empty. You can also manually turn the light on/off through your Nexia Z-Wave controller or using the local button switch. A blue LED indicator helps guide you to the switch through the dark.
- Works with all incandescent, LED, xenon, halogen and fluorescent lighting
- Sensor can be set to occupancy, vacancy, or manual mode
- Suitable for single-pole or multi-pole applications
- Can be included in multiple groups or scenes
- Built-in timer to set length of time light stays on after motion stops (5 sec to 30 min)
- 3 sensitivity levels (low, medium, high)
- "Z-Wave Plus" certified for wide compatibility
- Inetegrated range extender - Repeats Z-Wave signal up to 150 feet
- Can be used in 3 and 4-way applications
- Uses a standard decorative-size wallplate (sold separately)
- Available Colors: White paddle installed. Light Almond paddle included.
The switch's motion sensor can be set to occupancy mode, vacancy mode, or manual mode. In vacancy mode, a person has to manually turn the light on, but the light will turn off after the room has become vacant (no motion detected). In occupancy mode, the light automatically turns on when a person enters the room and also optionally only if the room is dark, and then automatically turns off when the room becomes vacant. In manual mode, the motion sensor does not come into play and lights must be turned on/off manually, either at the button switch or via Z-Wave.
- Manufacturer Part #: 26931(GE)
- Power: 120VAC, 60 Hz
- Maximum Loads: 960W Incandescent, 1/2 HP Motor or 1800W (15A) Resistive
- Frequency: 908.42MHz (U.S. Z-Wave)
- Wireless Range: Up to 150 ft
- Environmental: For indoor use only
- Operating Temperature: 32-104 °F (0 - 40 °C)
Model #: 26931