Leviton HCP03-10W DHC 300W, 120-Volt, Scene-Capable Dimming Plug-In Lamp Module Receiver, WhiteDHC 300W, 120 Volt, NEMA 1-15R, Scene-Capable Dimming Plug-In Lamp Module Receiver, 1-Way Communication - White , UPC: ...
Leviton DZPD3-1BW Decora Z-Wave Controls 300-Watt LED/CFL Compatible Plug-In Dimming Lamp Module, White, Works with Amazon Alexa
The Leviton DZPD3 is a Z-Wave enabled universal lamp module designed for use for most residential lighting applications. A large range of lighting loads are supported including dimmable LED and CFL, as well incandescent or halogen. The DZPD3 is fully compatible with the Wink Hub as well as all other certified Z-Wave controllers. 120V 60HZ, neutral required.
The HAI by Leviton UPB Lamp Module is a plug-in dimmer that incorporates UPB (universal powerline bus) two-way powerline communication technology, which gives it the ability to be remotely controlled by UPB compatible controllers. The Lamp Module has one UPB-controllable outlet that can sense the lamp local on/off switch to turn the lamp on, even after it was turned off using UPB control. The HAI by Leviton UPB Lamp Module is also capable of transmitting UPB messages (including current light level) when the local lamp switch is used to turn the lamp on. Each lamp module can be custom-configured to fit an individual lifestyle and desires. The HAI by Leviton Lamp Module is capable of storing up to 16 preset light levels and fade rates to create powerful lighting scenes. The HAI by Leviton Lamp Module is capable of being set to a non-dimming mode in order to control such loads as fluorescent lights. Control lamps up to 300 watts Plugs into a standard 120-Volt outlet Multi-color LED indicator lights to blue when the load is off
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