Ezlo PlugHub Z-Wave Plus Smart Plug with Built-in Hub and Energy Monitor

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Plug + Hub in One!

Ezlo Atom is a Z-Wave Plus Certified Hub

Product Highlights

  • Meet the only smart plug that's also a Z-Wave Plus hub
  • Control and monitor up to 30 devices with this true plug-and-play solution
  • Choose from hundreds of compatible Z-Wave products for a flexible smart home
  • FREE mobile app from Vera for iOS and Android to set up schedules, rules, and security notifications
  • Voice control available through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Energy monitoring and remote control of a connected device up to 15A
  • Can be screwed into the wall for secure placement so it's not accidentally unplugged
  • Easy and affordable way to start a smart home on your terms
  • And when you're ready to expand, the transition to one of Vera's flagship hubs is quick and easy
  • Tech support available 7 days a week
  • No monthly fees
  • 1-year warranty


      Simply download and install the Vera app on your mobile device, launch it, and choose the Ezlo PlugHub from the controller list. Power the HubPlug up by inserting it to a standard receptacle. Follow the prompts on the app to sign up for a free account and finalize the set-up process.

      Easy Z-Wave Control from the Vera smart home app

      Technical Specs

        • Z-Wave Frequency: 908.42 MHz (US)
        • Power: AC 100-110VAC, 50-60Hz
        • Max Load: 200W LED; 900W incandescent; 1/2 Hp motor; 15A resistive
        • Max Devices in Network: 30
        • Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
        • Processor: 160 MHz 32-bit LX6
        • Memory: NOR 16 MB, SRAM 520 KB 
        • Installation: Indoor Only
        • Dimensions: 2.48" x 2.24" x 2.08"
        • Certifications: FCC, CE, RoHS, Z-Wave Plus, Wi-Fi


          Vera Support: Ezlo PlugHub Quick Guide 

          Customer Reviews

          Based on 2 reviews
          not reliable enough, mobile app is terrible

          First - I didn't think that being limited to just using the Vera Mobile app was going to be a big deal. Unfortunately is crashes a lot for me. The fact that you can't fall back to the regular web UI is a huge misstep for this product. I don't mind that it's limited and I don't get to play with handlers or complicated automation. The use case I had for this was a small zwave grid away from my house. I thought with was going to be perfect for the handful of devices I was going to put there. But the instability of the mobile app, and the fact you have nearly zero ability to tweak alerts you get make it a deal breaker for me.

          If this is your first foray into zwave and you are looking for a low cost of entry - skip it. You will be more frustrated than you need to be and wonder why you would ever want to expand.

          Build quality of the device seems fine and I haven't had a problem with the physical device. I am going to keep it and see if I can use learning mode to join this to my existing hub and at least use it as a range extender.

          A rocky start to Z-wave

          I got this because of the low cost of entry, to try the Vera platform. This was maddening to set up: it kept disconnecting before I could add it to my network, and I had to figure out on my own how to reset it so I could start over (hold the button down for over 10 seconds).

          When I finally got it set up, I saw how bad the mobile app is. Just getting to the scenes is 2 taps deep, unless you switch over to the "new" dashboard. Then the labels only show about 6 characters. Time zone settings are buried (why not use what my phone is set to?) so my first scheduled scene was hours too early.

          The features for value are great, but I don't recommend this at all. Planning to build an open-source hub, so I can use a different interface to control this as a gateway.