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Z-Wave wiDom Double Switch with ON/Off funstion independently controls two separate loads and can be used both as a local and remote switch.
The WiDom universal Double Switch is an ON/OFF control device designed to independently control two separate loads, suited for use as both a local and remote switch. Similar to the other WiDom "in wall" devices, it can be fully integrated into pre-existing systems and configured to link configurable behaviours to a specific number of clicks, in full interaction with the Z-Wave home automation ecosystem.
Each of its two channels features an integrated consumption measurement device.
Timer management for each independent channel, both switch on and switch off.
You will be able to independently update the device firmware "Over the Air" without even having to remove the devices from their location.
In line with the other WiDom products, the WiDom universal Double Switch features the lowest energy usage of all similar devices on the market.
The WiDom Double switch has two independent channels individually controllable. It can independently control other devices both single channel and multi-channel. For example, you can remotely control the opening / closing of the shutters, to control of dimmable lights, turn on / off remote loads.
Not all Z-Wave devices support the associations and / or multi-channel associations. When associations are supported, typically are a simple local control reference (if I turn off the local light, I turn off also those associated). With Widom Universal Double Switch you can define the state of local load and the state of the devices associated independently of the load, and you can control them separately activating the recognition sequence of clicks. So you can check the local loads with single click, and the associated devices with double click.
The Z-Wave wiDom Double Switch 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