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    Is there a switch that doesn’t require neutral wire?

    Is there still a ZWave switch on the market that doesn’t require the neutral wire? I have one from years ago that’s dead now, but I cant find a replacement. I don’t need a dimmer though. I need a switch. Thanks In advance

    #2
    I believe the Homeseer WX300s can run without a neutral...
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      #3
      Originally posted by wpiman View Post
      I believe the Homeseer WX300s can run without a neutral...
      Just be aware that they are NOT a "true" switch, they simply emulate a switch behavior of binary operation On/Off. They do not have a mechanical relay inside them and thus can not handle the same type of loads that a true On/Off switch can.

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        #4
        Inovelli has switches that don't require a neutral but they are out on stock. They supposedly will have stock again sometime in July. They have all the info (wiring, etc.) on their website.

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          #5
          Shelly 1L is designed for installations that do not have a neutral. WiFi unit that is designed to fit into an existing junction box behind the existing mechanical switch and make it a smart switch. mcsMQTT, mcsShelly or AKShelly plugins can be used to interface it

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            #6
            GE/Jasco makes one.

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