Z-WAVE SWITCH REBORN
BACK IN STOCK 4/20/21
On/off Z-Wave and manual control from the main button: use with 120 V lights or fans under 3 A
4 smart buttons for remote control*
NEW 700 chip: longer range + quick communication
SmartStart inclusion and S2 security to keep your network protected
Direct 3-Way Solution: no add-on switch needed, wires just like the ZEN21/ZEN71 model (Neutral required, 4-Way wiring possible if direct connection to load and line are in the same box, check before buying)
- Great for a regular single pole installation
Adjustable LED indicators: choose from different colors and brightness levels
Built-in range test tool: troubleshoot your network straight from the device
Scene control available on hubs that support multi-tap triggers*
Smart bulb mode: disable the relay for truly wireless control or use as a remote control / smart add-on switch
- Compatible with quality LED, CFL, and incandescent bulbs (don't connect to ballast tube lights, switched receptacles, or fans over 3A / 5 years old; NOTE: FEIT bulbs are not recommended)
- Extra-strong repeater to expand the coverage of your Z-Wave network
- Use a standard-size wall plate for single gang installations (wall plate not included)
- 1-year warranty
NOTE: Z-Wave gateway controller required - sold separately. *Your smart hub / controller needs to support advanced settings and central scene programming or direct association access for you to take advantage of this feature.
Before installing, make sure the load does not exceed 960W for incandescent lights, 150W for CFL's and LED's, or 1800W (15A) for resistive load. Check your wiring first to confirm that you have all the following wires present in your gang box: load (most often black), line (most often black), neutral (most often white), and ground (most often green).
If you are not comfortable identifying the wiring and following the instructions, please hire a licensed electrician.
Here are some helpful wiring tips:
- Make sure the gang box you are about to install the switch has a neutral wire available - you will not be able to get the ZEN32 switch to work without a neutral wire.
- Unlike regular mechanical switches, Z-Wave switches require all of the wires to be connected exactly as indicated - line and load wires can never be swapped as it sometimes happens to the most experienced electricians.
How to include the Scene Controller switch to your smart home network?
1. Bring your Z-Wave gateway hub or controller as close to the switch as possible
2. Put your Z-Wave controller in inclusion/pairing mode
3. Tap the upper paddle of the switch 3 times quickly to finalize the inclusion process
4. A new on/off switch should appear on your controller's device list
NOTE: Use a dedicated diagram from the manual to wire the switch in a 3-way setting with a regular electrical switch if you are looking to control one light with 2 or 3 switches.
NOTE: If you don't see your Z-Wave controller on the list above, please contact us before you purchase this product.
- Z-Wave Frequency: 908.42 MHz (US)
- Power: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
- Maximum Loads: 960W Incandescent, 150W LED and CFL bulbs, 1800W (15A) Resistive, 3A fan motors
- Z-Wave Range: Up to 500 feet line of sight between the Wireless Controller and the closest Z-Wave receiver module
- Operating Temperature: 32-104° F (0-40° C)
- Installation: Indoor use only
Download the Manual for 700 Series Scene Controller Switch ZEN32 (PDF)
More wiring diagrams for 3-way and 4-way set-ups