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    ZBMLC30 - Model # 4040B

    Remotely control and monitor up to two of your larger energy-consuming appliances with this wireless 30A load switch.  Suited for indoor or outdoor control of pool pumps, water heaters, and electric dryers, the device also lets you see on/off status and energy consumption.  Set schedules and get alerts about large energy consumers before they drive up your energy bill.
  • IoT8-Z - Model # 3012A Multi-protocol Input Output Controller

    Controls electrical loads (lighting, irrigation valves, garage door openers, HVAC dampers, alarms, etc.) through 8 separate 3-Amp Form-C relays, and connects to all types of wired sensors through 4 digital and 2 analog inputs. Enables many applications such as:
    • Irrigation and outdoor landscape lighting for the perfect smart yard
    • Automated pool water circulation pumps and lighting
    • Automated water system in a rural residence (well pump, reservoir tank, booster pump)
    • Control of "non-smart" devices through home automation apps, voice assistants, keypads or switches
    • Remote management and monitoring of a multi-car garage (doors, parking sensors, alarms, etc.
  • ZBMLCSR - Model # 4040C-xx

    Remotely control and monitor your larger energy-consuming appliances and include them in intelligent energy management with a ZBMLCSR wireless load switch.  Perfectly suited for pool pump control and electric heater management, the device also lets you see load status and energy consumption.  Use with your home automation or IoT control system and set schedules and get alerts about large energy consumers before they drive up your energy bill. This device is available in either a Normally Open (load will remain de-energized in the event of a device failure) or Normally Closed (load will stay energized) configuration.  Choose a preferred protocol among Zigbee, WiFi and LoRa. For a dual load version, see our ZBMLC30

    Smart Possibilities:

    • Turn on/ off large devices from anywhere
    • Monitor energy consumption at the appliance level
    • Let your water heater operate when electricity is at the lowest cost
    • Run your pool pump when it's most energy efficient and least costly
    • Have large appliances respond to other events in your system

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