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Z-Wave Qubino Flush Dimmer Plus


RRP: £48.00

Special Price: £40.80

RRP: £48.00

Special Price: £40.80

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New Qubino Flush Dimmer

The Qubino Z-Wave Flush Dimmer is the first Z-Wave MOSFET dimmer capable of working with the widest range of bulb types. It fits into an existing light switch enabling you to wirelessly control lights as well as measuring their power consumption.



The Qubino Flush Dimmer can operate across a wide temperature range, from a chilly -10˚C to a scorching 40˚C (14˚–104˚F). It supports the connection of a digital temperature sensor, which is also useful for creating complex scenarios. Every module also acts as a repeater in order to improve the range and stability of the Z-Wave network.

Widest range of Bulb Types

Qubino Dimer - Bulb Types


The Qubino Flush Dimmer uses a unique MOSFET 'trailing edge' dimmer to enable it to work with a huge range of bulb types, we've tested it with all of them:

  • Halogen and Incandescent (230V)
  • Dimmable LEDs (230V)
  • Dimmable CFL and Fluorescent (230V)
  • Low Voltage Halogen (24V)
  • Low Voltage LED (24V)

The Qubino Dimmer can be used in the 230V mains lighting system where it uses a 'Trailing Edge' style dimmer to control the lights. It can also be used in a 24V low-voltage system where it it uses PWM style control of the bulbs.

Important: These units require a 3-wire system (including neutral), please check your installation before purchasing. More information is available in Application Note 23 - Understanding 2-wire and 3-wire Lighting Systems.

Extra Features

The Qubino Dimmer includes extra features to make it even more useful in your home automation system.

Power Monitoring

The Dimmer monitors the power being used by your lighting and reports actual power (Watts) and total consumption (kWh) - helping you control and reduce your energy bills.

Temperature Sensor

Using an optional temperature sensor, the Qubino Dimmer can report the room's ambient temperature to your system - you can use this to control heating, blinds and ventilation systems.

Binary Switch and Sensor Input

The Dimmer can be used with up to three external switches enabling it to control other Z-Wave devices by Association or Trigger Scenes in the main controller.

Z-Wave Plus

The Z-Wave Qubino Flush Dimmer Plus is Z-Wave Plus Certified. Z-Wave Plus (5th Generation Z-Wave) offers a lot of new features including increased range, extended battery life and Over The Air upgrading (OTA). Take a look at our "What is Z-Wave Plus" guide for more information

Technical Details

  • Wireless: Z-Wave Plus (868.42MHz)
  • Voltage: 110 - 240V, 50Hz or 24 - 30V DC
  • Load: 140W (resistive @ 230V AC), 21W (resistive @ 24V DC)
  • Dimmer type: Trailing Edge (AC), PWM (DC)
  • Power Measurement: ±2% accuracy
  • Power Consumption: < 0.7W
  • Operating Temperature: -10 to +40°C
  • Range: up to 50m (outdoors) and 30m (indoors)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 42 x 37 x 16mm
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Excellent features and best dimmer I've seen for LED- bar none.
Most of my dimmers are Qubino plus, selected as best for LED. Take care selecting your led driver. I have some that are ok but flicker below 20%- they are also slow to come on when dimmed. All dimmers I have are constant voltage- I did query Qubino.whether constant voltage or constant current worked better with the dimmer but they never replied. I have one 24V constant voltage triac driver made by EUCHIPS which works better than hue and the best dimmable gu10, etc Smooth dimming, no flicker and easily works to 5% And now (finally) there's a community SmartThings driver with full support for metering, temperature and i2/i3 inputs.
23 Mar 2017
Doesn't work with VeraPlus
Probably a VeraPlus fault as nothing seems to work with this unless you go through the help desk - as they are based in USA a long delay.
28 Aug 2016
1 year ago
I have only two, but they have been working excellent. So far, Qubino seams to be a much better brand than Fibaro. The only thing that is better with Fibaro is the double-click-max.
24 Mar 2016
Excellent Product
I used it to control my Chandelier , and it is responding and working all the time , no issue at all, only I can see Fibaro dimmer is smother in transition (fade in fade out )effect
24 Mar 2016
1 year ago
Great dimmers
I have about 20 of these controlling both 240V and 24V LED lights. Easy to set up and includes nicely in Vera. Great product.
15 Mar 2016
Buy Fibaro
Don't bother with these. I have had nothing but problems. They do not work properly with most of the controllers I have tried (Vera, Domoticz, Open zWave, Homeseer). I wish I had never bought them and I bought 6. You can control them but that is all. Sometimes they do not update on the controller either. I have mine working but after months of tinkering and even then they are not as good as the first generation qubino modules.
14 Mar 2016
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Why did you choose this?
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Tried other Qubino that works good
Gabor V. 15 Aug 2016
Tried other Qubino that works good
Gabor V. 15 Aug 2016
Good LED dimming support
Chris M. 17 May 2016
Good LED dimming support
Chris M. 17 May 2016
Extending install base, already have Qubino dimmers around, interested in the Z-Wave Plus aspect.
James V. 31 Dec 2015
on offer. want to expand my z wave network
Kam B. 11 Jul 2016
on offer. want to expand my z wave network
Kam B. 11 Jul 2016
Am going to test it alongside the Fibaro and the Everspring equivalents. If this works as well, would be a preferred option as does not require the bypass to work reliably with led lights.
Theodore M. 5 Apr 2016
Am going to test it alongside the Fibaro and the Everspring equivalents. If this works as well, would be a preferred option as does not require the bypass to work reliably with led lights.
Theodore M. 5 Apr 2016
Its a very flexible device, works well and integrates with my other Z-Wave devices.
Andrew B. 26 Dec 2015
I notice in the instructions, this can be used to control fan speed? Has anyone tried this and does the unit act as a on/off switch as well?
John W. 19 Jun 2017
Hi, is it possible use this unit with a a two button momentary button, one button to increment light intensity and the other to decrement light intensity? Thank you
Alexandre R. 29 May 2017
Does anyone know what is the minimum load for this using led dimmable bulbs? I was looking at using 3 x 6w led bulbs.
Martyn D. 16 Nov 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use it in total less then 7w so your 3 x 6w is more then enough. LED dimming bulb. Milan
Hi. I have bought these modules before and recently bought several more. I notice a couple of changes to the installation instructions: 1. It now specifies that you must install a 1A fuse on the live connection. 2. It says you MUST NOT use the S button for network add / remove if using on a 240v supply. Questions are: was it always like this? Do I now have 2 types of module even though they have the same model number? Should I retrofit a fuse on the existing modules? Should I take care in future not to use the S button on the older modules should I need to? Where do I get 1A inline fuses?
James B. 29 Oct 2016
BEST ANSWER: I believe that under certain test conditions when the dimmer is used with a light which is beyond it's maximum rating, the unit can overheat. This is the reason for recommending the inline 1A fuse. The fuse holders are available from Maplin and specialist electronic distributors (Farnell, RS etc) and take a 20mm fuse. The use of the S button is just a recommendation due to the risk of electric shock when handling the unit when the mains power is on. The include / exclude process can be done with the light switch anyway so it's probably safer that way.
Could this be installed in the ceiling next to the loop in out part of the light pendant, then you could use just the 2 wires down to the light switch and not need neutral at the switch?
Tonythetiger 26 Sep 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes - this works for both the Fibaro and Qubino dimmers and is exactly how I have both of these models wired in. Personally I think the Fibaro dimmers are slightly better featured (they support scenes on double clicking and triple clicking, support the use of a three position switch (press bottom to dim, top to brighten) and can still be wired in with a neutral for reliable operation. The only thing the Qubinos have is the third switch input and temperature input.
Can it be used with a double switch?
Eric S. 21 Sep 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm sure if you mean can it be controlled from a double switch - yes it can have up to 3 switches connected to it. Or if you would like it to control two circuits. If that is the case, then the I'm afraid it can;t. It is a single dimmer module and con control one circuit. this is the same for the Fibaro Dimmer 2 as well. If you are looking at using the Qubino Dimmer, then please make sure that you have neutral available at the place you wish to install it - this is important as most light circuits are what we term as 2-wire - they do not have neutral at the switch. More information is in these guides: Z-Wave Lighting Control - Understanding 2- and 3-wire circuits -
Can I use this as a relay? And Can I control two different light sources with a single unit of this?
Tuncay S. 27 Jul 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's not a relay and has no parameter capable of making it act as an instant on/off switch. The minimum dimming time (soft start) you can set is 0.5 seconds... The Qubino flush Relay works very well however and is a proper on/off switch - any reason why you are wishing to use this dimmer rather than the relay version? Depending on what system you are intending to use it with (and whether it allows you to configure it correctly), you could set up the dual relay version of the product to control two separate circuits independently, but both this and the single relay version of the product can only control a single circuit.
Can this be used to control/dim a 5m long white LED strip?
A P. 25 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends on what type of driver the LED strip has. Typically LED strips are low voltage (12 or 24VDC) so they have a driver between the mains and the LED strip. Most of these drivers expect to have a constant 230V mains voltage feeding them so the dimmer would work but you would not be able to use it to dim the LED strips as the driver will not support that. A better solution would be a relay which will also give you On/Off control or the Fibaro RGBW module. The RGBW module is designed to be wired into the low-voltage side of the system (after the driver) and will be able to control your LED strip directly as well as dimming it. If you need more information please email me directly at sales.
When installing on vera edge (using generic device, because it does not appear in the drop down of specific named devices), it creates 4 devices. There is a copy of the main device and there are 2 "generic io" devices. The device works fine but this behaviour is not documented anywhere I can find. Can someone explain and help how this works and what to do about it if anything?
James B. 9 Feb 2016
BEST ANSWER: The generic devices represent endpoints I2 and I3. It is possible to remove them from the list of devices by configuring parameters 100 and 101 to zero. It is necessary to exclude and then re-include the Qubino Dimmer Plus for the settings to take affect. After going through the above process, the copy device disappeared too. Hope is helps. Steve

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