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  • Supports wireless on-off-dim control of dimmer lighting loads
  • Includes 7 individually controllable RGB LED dimmer status indicators
  • Color & blink status of LED indicators are controlled with Z-Wave commands (patent pending)
  • Support multi-tap and press & hold event triggers up to 5 taps (14 possible triggers)
  • Supports instant status when controlled locally
  • Compatible with HomeSeer (and many other) home controllers
  • Supports S2 Security
  • Works with Alexa and Google Home (hub required)
  • Easy ‘screw terminal’ installation
  • Works with HS-WA100+ wall companion for 3-way, 4-way and 5-way circuits
  • Includes Z-Wave signal repeater feature

Operation

Once installed, HS-WD200+ Z-Wave smart dimmer works like any other paddle-style switch and will control on, off and dim functions for the attached lighting load. However, add it to any HomeSeer system and you’ll unleash these advanced features!

RGB LED Indicators

In normal mode, LED indicators glow to reflect the on/off/dim status of each circuit using a palette of 7 possible colors. Normal mode colors can be set once and left or can be programmed to change every day or on holidays, birthdays and other special events. For example, you can program dimmers to glow green and red on holidays

In status mode, individual LEDs can be controlled to reflect the status of nearly anything in the home. For example, if it’s after midnight and the garage door was left open, the 3rd LED on all the bedroom dimmers can be programmed to glow yellow (or any color). If a smoke alarm goes off, all LEDS on all dimmers can blink red. If no status conditions are active, wall switches automatically return to normal mode.

Multi-tap Triggers

  • Press top or bottom of paddle once - turns attached load on or off and can also trigger 2 HomeSeer events
  • Press & hold top or bottom of paddle - dims attached load and can also trigger 2 HomeSeer events
  • Press top or bottom of paddle 2, 3, 4, or 5 times - triggers up to 8 more different HomeSeer events


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