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Inovelli Z-Wave Switch Review


Inovelli now provides Z-Wave light switches for your home automation projects!  Their switches are an attractive solution for your automated light switching needs in they do not require that you purchase a 'companion' switch for three-way lighting applications.  You can use the existing switch for the companion.  Since the switch costs around $30 this is an attractive choice that our forum members should consider.
I ordered the switch on Amazon and selected the dimmable, non-scene one.  They also offer dimmable, scene-capable as well as plain on-off types.  They are available in paddle or (older style) rocker selections.
The package contained the switch, an almond colored face-plate/trim, a neutral wire jumper, and a real set of instructions.
Attached Image: Kit.jpg  Attached Image: Switch Plain.jpg  Attached Image: Switch Pic Oview.jpg
For a FULL REVIEW of the switch installation and integration with HomeSeer please refer to the attached PDF file.
Attached File  CocoonTech Inovelli Z-Wave Switch Review - Publish Version.pdf   979.14K   45 downloads


Does anyone know if these support instant status and can control other zwave devices with multiple taps?

Jan 14 2018 10:34 AM

Does anyone know if these support instant status and can control other zwave devices with multiple taps?


I just did a test with HomeSeer (running on a HomeTroller Zee S2).


I looked at the status of the device and turned the switch on and off manually.  The status updated correctly in under a second.


I also did a test event that turned off another light when the Inovelli device "Changed and turned to ON".  When I turned the Inovelli switch on manually, the event did indeed trigger.


As far as controlling with 'multiple taps', the switch I ordered for this review did not support that BUT, I recently ordered three more that advertised this feature and I'll be testing that switch hopefully in the next week or two.

Excellent. Thank you for doing that.  I am looking at all new Gen 5 switches to replace the various ACT and GE switches and these seem comparable to the Homeseer ones.

The automation bug bites again! 

The automation bug bites again! 

It beats bed bugs!!