Apple HomeKit

Leviton Decora Smart 15 Amp Switch

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  • Overview

    Leviton's Decora Smart Switch works with Apple HomeKit technology to provide an easy, secure way to control lights and more from your iPhone or iPad. The free Leviton Decora Smart Home app offers advanced lighting control settings including fade rate, minimum/maximum brightness, LED response activity, bulb type selection and more. Engineered to work with sensitive, low-wattage bulbs, the switch also ensures that “off means off”. It uses the latest generation of Leviton’s dimming technology for smart lighting control for a single LED bulb in a hallway or a strand of holiday lights, ensuring LEDs do not glow when off.

    Rated for LED and CFL technologies up to 600 Watts with support for legacy incandescent lighting loads up to 1800 Watts, 120V, 60Hz, neutral required. The switch sports Leviton's popular Decora form factor and styling, so it integrates beautifully with compatible accessories such as three-way devices, color change kits, and wallplates. For the most professional and cleanest installation, pair the device with an optional Leviton screwless wallplate.

    Highlights

    Decora Smart Home app lets you control connected loads along with custom settings such as fade rate, bulb type, brightness levels, and LED response

    Use Siri on your iPhone or iPad to turn lights on/off or dim with just your voice

    No hub required thanks to Decora Smart Home app

    Rated for 600W LED/CFL, 1800W incandescent bulbs

    White and light almond paddle faces included; wall plate and other colors sold separately

    For multi-location control, use DD0SR-1Z (coordinating) or DD0SR-DLZ (matching with LED indicator) (Sold separately)

    What’s in the Box

    Leviton Decora Smart 15 Amp Switch

    White and Light Almond paddle faces

    Installation instructions

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: HomeKit Compatible

    Height: 4.1 in./10.41 cm

    Length: 1.4 in./3.56 cm

    Width: 2.1 in./5.33 cm

    System Requirements

    Operating System: iOS 10 or later

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: DH155-1BZ

    UPC or EAN No.: 078477926093

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: Five-year limited

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  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      don't buy this switch

      this switch has major issues with dropping out of the home kit network and off the wifi. It will work great for week or two then just drop out and you will have this switch has major issues with dropping out of the home kit network and off the wifi. It will work great for week or two then just drop out and you will have to reset it. The manufacture won't give you any help and if they do answer you back you get a smart comment. I made a mistake and bought 9 of them from Home Depot and Amazon. So just do your homework and I heard Leviton cassette brand was better and they didn't have any issues.

      • Written by Joshua D from O Fallon

      27 of 32 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?don't buy this switch

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Leviton Switch not reliable!

      I purchased 5 switches and found all have connectivity problems with HomeKit. The switches run for a few days then fail with a unreliable error message on the I purchased 5 switches and found all have connectivity problems with HomeKit. The switches run for a few days then fail with a unreliable error message on the HomeKit app. I am using the 4K AppleTV as my hub. You should NOT consider these switches for anything that is critical since you can not access that switch either locally or remotely when the problem occurs. I will probably load the Leviton Decora app to see if the problem occurs there in order to try to find the source of the problem (switch or AppleTV). I will post results later. I am also using the iDevice plug and it has been rock solid for months.

      • Written by Doug P from Ellington

      16 of 19 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Leviton Switch not reliable!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      One star because zero is not an option!

      I paid $45 for the switch and $85 for an electrician to install it. I have spent the last two hours trying to setup the switch but it isn't working. I basical I paid $45 for the switch and $85 for an electrician to install it. I have spent the last two hours trying to setup the switch but it isn't working. I basically threw $125 down the drain.

      • Written by martin P from San Antonio

      10 of 14 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?One star because zero is not an option!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      DO NOT BUY THESE

      I had 20 of them installed in my home. They are exactly easy to set up and needed several tries on some of them. Then they needed frequent resets (which involv I had 20 of them installed in my home. They are exactly easy to set up and needed several tries on some of them. Then they needed frequent resets (which involves having the code) to keep them working. Systematically they failed completely, one by one. I had to have them removed.

      • Written by Freeman B from Sullivans Island

      Is this review useful?DO NOT BUY THESE

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Switch nicely integrates into HomeKit

      I have installed 18 of these switches though out my home (have 6 more to purchase and install to finish). I needed a Homekit enabled switch and this one fit th I have installed 18 of these switches though out my home (have 6 more to purchase and install to finish). I needed a Homekit enabled switch and this one fit the bill. At first, I had a lot of trouble getting the Home app to recognize and install these switches. After much reading I found a youtube video on the best way to do this. 1) Make sure Leviton's application is installed on your iPhone or iPad. 2) Make sure your iPhone or iPad are using the same network you plan to install the dimmer on..i.e. 2.4GHz network with the same name. 3) Power the switch. Make sure the green light is blinking quickly. (You can do a hard reset of the switch by holding the top part down for about 7 seconds, when the LED blinks Red/Yellow it has done a factory reset). 4) Under Settings/Wi-Fi, let the phone find the Leviton switch and select it to join network. This might take a minute or so to join. The green light will blink slower. (I’ve had to power down and up some of these to be recognized). I kept my router network map opened so I can see the switch join. Even if the iPhone reports a failure, chances are it joined. You can verify with the network map. 5) Once joined, open the Leviton application and select the add Accessory from the menu. 6) Scan or enter the 8-digit code. 7) The application will install the switch as well as make it accessible in the Apple Home application. 8) Perform a Firmware Update if so prompted. About 90% of the switches needed the firmware update. For what it is worth, my Router is Linksys EA7500 though if I replace, I will be going with the Ubiquiti UniFi HD 802.11ac Wave 2 Enterprise Wi-Fi Access Point (UAP-AC-HD-US) simply because it is enterprise quality and can support 500 device connections. The switches have been rock steady in my house. I've cycled the power, cycled the router and have had no issues with the switch dropping off line or not reconnecting to the system. I have only been using them for 4 weeks but have thrown a lot of power outages and router outages at them to verify no issues. The newest firmware seems to have solved the earlier problem with these dimmers. They are very fast (instantaneous in fact) when controlling the switch from the Apple Home Application. Siri takes a little longer since it has a round trip from your home to Apple's server and back. My biggest problem has been developing a naming convention for device for ease of use with Siri. It is really cool to setup Automations so when we arrive home late, the Homekit will sense the presence of our phones and turn on the appropriate lights. Also, setup several scenes to turn on all lights and turn the fans and lights off for sleep. I was an Automation Engineer in my later career as an EE. Very involved Transmission, Distribution, and Substation automation when the Home Automation was the big thing in the mid-2000's. I said then the technology was not there. Now fast forward to 2019 (15 years later) and we are there, and it is getting better.

      • Written by Craig B from Vail

      Is this review useful?Switch nicely integrates into HomeKit

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Won't stay connected

      Purchased this product in 2018. Worked well for several weeks, then no longer was accessible from the app. Resetting the switch then reconnecting to wifi work, Purchased this product in 2018. Worked well for several weeks, then no longer was accessible from the app. Resetting the switch then reconnecting to wifi work, but only for a day or day. Now won't reconnect at all. Manufacturer support of no help at all. Their support script is only to "blame the customer", saying the problem must be with your wifi.

      • Written by B V from Colleyville

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Won't stay connected