Enbrighten Z-Wave Smart Rocker Light Dimmer with QuickFit and SimpleWire, 3-Way Ready, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, ZWave Hub Required, Repeater/Range Extender, White & Light Almond, 46203

(5 customer reviews)
Operation ModeON-OFF-ON
Switch StyleDimmer
Item Dimensions LxWxH1.13 x 1.75 x 4.13 inches
Circuit Type3-way
  • VOICE CONTROL – ALEXA and GOOGLE ASSISTANT COMPATIBLE (requires a Z-Wave certified hub). Works with the following Z-Wave certified hubs: SmartThings, Ring Alarm, Wink, ADT Pulse, ADT Command, Trane, Vivint, Nexia, Honeywell, Home Seer, Harmony Home Hub Extender, Vera and more.
  • ADVANCED DESIGN 2ND GENERATION MODEL – Improved components reduced the housing depth by up to 20% compared to previous Z-Wave models and eliminated the need for heat tabs. Quick Fit enhancements are the ideal smart solution for older-style switch boxes, multi-gang configurations or any other application with limited space. Auto line-load sensing terminals support fast and easy installation by detecting line and load wires and configuring the dimmer accordingly. Dual ground ports, which are offset to avoid switch box mounting screws, support daisy-chaining in multi-switch setups.
  • VERSATILE APPLICATIONS – Control the device remotely with your smartphone and voice commands when connected to a compatible hub or enjoy manual ON,OFF operation and brightness adjustment from the dimmer. Home automation is simple through custom scenes, personalized scheduling and convenient alerts. The smart device operates perfectly on its own or seamlessly integrates into multi-switch setups with required add-on switches – models 12723 or 46199. Up to four add-on switches can be connected to the same device.
  • EASY INSTALLATION – Requires indoor in-wall installation with hardwired connections. NEUTRAL WIRE REQUIRED. Includes white and light almond paddles (wall plate not included). Full-range dimmability for use with dimmable LEDs and CFLs as well as incandescent and halogen bulbs. Supported wattage – 600W incandescent, 300W LED,CFL. Supported voltage – 120VAC. Operating temperature range 32-104 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Device detailed description

Set the scene with the Enbrighten Z-Wave In-Wall Smart Dimmer with Quick Fit and Simple Wire. When paired with a compatible hub, the hardwired smart dimmer operates wall, ceiling and accent lighting through individual commands and programmed settings. Wirelessly control and schedule indoor or outdoor fixtures for effortless management of your home. Your automation possibilities are seemingly infinite when connected to hubs from Ring, Wink, SmartThings, Home Seer, Vera, Nexia and more.

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‎2-year limited warranty

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‎1.13 x 1.75 x 4.13 inches


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Frequently asked question

Is it required to use an app from the company or can i use this directly with Google/Alexa/Whatever without additional crapware?

All Z-Wave devices will require a hub to control them. This includes lighting controls to interact with Google or Alexa. You will need to use the hub's provided app to set up and control the dimmer, then link Google/Alexa with the hub to link them and allow control by voice command through their systems.

Ge enbrighten z-wave plus model 46203. trying to find out the actual specs for led watts is it 150 watts or 300 watts?

The 46203 was completely redesigned from the previous model 14294. That included increased and updated ratings for LED wattage. 46203 = 300 watts LED/CFL and 14294 = 150 watts LED/CFL.

Will Alex voice commands work if the switch is connected to a smartthings hub?

Yes, all of our Z-Wave lighting controls can be controlled by Alexa when connected to a Smartthings hub.

The description says its 600 watts, but the technical details says 300 watts?

both are correct. The rating is 600 Watts incandescent, or 300 watts CFL/LED lighting.

5 reviews for Enbrighten Z-Wave Smart Rocker Light Dimmer with QuickFit and SimpleWire, 3-Way Ready, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, ZWave Hub Required, Repeater/Range Extender, White & Light Almond, 46203


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  • Anonymous

    Easy to install

    You just need to make sure you have a Z-wave or Zigby hub. Easy to connect, easy to control.

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  • Anonymous

    Works Well, Not So Straightfoward Pairing with Smartthings

    Physical installation of the switch took about 15 minutes, and did indeed require a neutral (white) wire. Once I solved the neutral wire issue, I then worked on pairing the switch to my SmartThings hub, which is where it got a bit frustrating. The documentation doesn’t provide much in the way of a how-to to pair it to SmartThings, however, based on pairing other devices in my house, I had a decent idea. No matter what I tried, I could not get SmartThings to find the new device — either by scanning newly powered on devices, nor scanning the QRCode on the switch. When trying to add the device by brand (Enbrighten), it constantly told me to upgrade my SmartThings app on my Samsung phone, even though its the latest version.
    After about an hour of running up and down my stairs to flip my breaker off and on (to trigger the auto sensing functionality), I finally tried to pair it with the GE brand device. Voila, it began the pairing process, asked me to scan the QR code, and finally joined the ZWave network.
    I realize that there are tons of rebranded GE switches on the market now (Jasco, etc), but this should have been clearer — you need to pair it as a GE switch, rather than the labeled brand (Enbrighten).
    Anyhow, now that its installed and paired, it seems to be working well.

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  • Anonymous

    Almost a great dimmer switch

    These dimmer switches are a rebrand of Jasco dimmer switches. There’s a bunch of other brands selling the identical item too.
    I like the design of the dimmer switch. They’re the most minimalist of all that I’ve seen. No extra buttons or persistent LEDs.
    They worked on all my circuits, except one. I think a handyman put FEIT LED lights on that circuit and the dimmer switch over drives them when turning them on.
    The bigger issue is that these are the least configurable light switches I’ve seen. Nearly all the options have to be configured with an advanced z-wave hub controller. I wanted to disable the fade effect and that would be the only way to do it. You can buy a USB stick on Amazon for $50 with mixed reviews which will let you do this but I didn’t try. Who knows how long that mode will be supported and these switches will be there for a long time.
    Install was a bit challenging as well, as the connections are holes rather than plates like on other products. It can be hard to get the wires straight enough to fit into those holes and my stranded wire had to be twisted to fit inside. I think the dual-plate connections are easier to work with.

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  • Anonymous

    If you want the smart home aspect, find another brand

    UPDATE: So while these don’t sync up to Alexa the way I wanted, they do function as desired. Really, the problem is with Amazon/Alexa. I can’t even really explain what’s going on with it because it’s so confusing. In summary, in my office there is a Dot that is ‘assigned’ to my Amazon ‘account’. In my account I had to add Alarm.com as a skill. Since I did, I can be in my office and tell Alexa to turn on the Kitchen light. But if I’m in the kitchen, where the kitchen Alexa Show is – which is connected to my wife’s ‘account’, who has NOT added Alarm.com as a skill, if I say Alexa turn on the Kitchen light, she says it doesn’t have that functionality. We’re on a household Amazon account, but for some reason, not everything gets shared. Every other light I have of these enbrighten, works with Alexa, except the 4-way switch in the kitchen, which ONLY works with MY account – assuming because my wife has not yet added Alarm.com as a skill. You see, it’s just unnecessarily convoluted. I need to just get my wife to add the skill and see if that fixes it. Just a heads up though, if you do have multiple Alexa devices, make sure they’re all on the same account, and take care of the setup all on the same account.
    I’m knees deep in these switches, since I ordered and installed probably 6 of them – from motion sensor lights to dimmers and even a 4-way dimmer switch. They plug into your existing wiring pretty easily and they function manually just fine. It’s the app and smart home capabilities, like trying to connect it to Alexa that are horrible. You’ll find yourself in a loop of confusion. If you go to the Alexa app and try to add the light as a device, it’ll tell you to get the enbrighten app and first add it there. However, the enbrighten app can’t find any devices. It’ll tell you to put the switch in discovery mode, but doesn’t tell you how to do that. When you sift through pages that supposedly try to tell you how to turn discovery mode on, it describes a method that doesn’t exist. Specifically, for dimmer switches, It says to take the cover off and press the program button for 5 seconds. Well, there isn’t a program button, it does not exist. So there’s no way to make it discoverable, therefore it can’t connect with the enbrighten app and of course, it can’t connect to Alexa. The whole point of why I got these were to be able to control lights by voice, and that’s not working. I called enbrighten tech’s support and it went to voicemail saying that EVERYONE is apparently in a team meeting…I kid you not. Stay away from these. Buy another brand and check to see if there are youtube videos of people installing them and running them on Alexa. There’s not a whole lot of enbrighten info out there and I think this is why.

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  • Anonymous

    Works great!

    Need extra but only 5 per customer

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