I've never looked for one before, but was surprised to see that as far as I can tell there is almost no availability of engergy monitoring in-wall outlets.
I did find this one, but the $77 pricing seems a bit crazy, and reviews of it on Amazon were not good overall.
Anyone seen or used one? If not available in Zigbee/Z-Wave, is there a Wi-Fi outlet w/monitoring that integrates well w/HE?
See these two posts for Zigbee and Z-Wave options:
- Zigbee - Sinope
- Z-Wave - Jasco
Less money, more fun!
Sinopé In-Wall Outlet SP2610ZB
Zigbee smart in-wall outlet. Compatible with Neviweb, SmartThings, Hubitat, Alexa and Google Assistant.
Price: USD 41.99
Perfect...not sure how I missed that! Thanks very much.
From what I've just read it works well w/the HE generic driver, including power reporting. Excellent.
There's also the
Jasco 43102, which but oddly they don't mention it on the product page. did have power reporting
I can confirm that the Enbrighten In Wall Zigbee "Tamper-Resistant Smart Outlet" Model: 43102 / ZB1001 reports power using the built-in "Generic Zigbee Outlet" driver, which was automatically selected by Hubitat when the device was paired.
It seems to work well. I haven't observed any actual power reporting, but then I don't have anything useful plugged into it.
I have noted that you can't change the state of the LED (on/off/always off) to your own preference except by manually programming it…
Edit: from a couple posts down.
Thanks - I see nothing on the web page or in the spec sheet or manual for the outlet that mentions power monitoring, so it doesn't look like it is present on the shipping version...
What do you mean by "...
did have power reporting..." Did you have one and it did power reporting, or ?
Old post, I know. Answering here for posterity since few posts exist for the
Jasco Enbrighten 43132 zigbee outlet with power reporting. <-- FYI, this appears to be the same Amazon link as above.
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I can confirm that that the Jasco 43132 zigbee outlet does provide the power reporting function.
However, the Jasco 43102 zigbee outlet DOES NOT have power reporting.
This product line seems to have identifying numbers; such as ZB1001, 43132, 43102, etc. Th…
Jasco zigbee receptacle
43132 does report power
Jasco zigbee receptacle 43102 does NOT report power
The post above details how a user ordered the 43132 (as advertised), expecting to receive the 43132 and have the ability to monitor power. This was not what was shipped to the user, instead the 43102 was shipped to the user, this device does not report power. Clearly, a mistake on Amazon.
Thanks for clarifying that! For anyone else looking at this, here's the pricing I found on Amazon, where both are available. You can also buy them from their manuf sites, though the Jasco is more expensive ($46) on their site:
$51 for the GE Zigbee 43132 w/monitoring (
@Stephan.J has the link above in his post) $41 for the Sinope Zigbee w/monitoring
here on Amazon
I don't have any but I did look at getting some and I had a dim memory, like most of mine, that there was an issue with these for some reason.
@Stephan.J for sorting it out.
@danabw do you know if the Sinope is a standard Decora shape? Its unclear from their webpage if it has a standard faceplate, or its something else....
I've never actually seen one in person, so I'm afraid I don't know about that.
You might want to search for "sinope" in the forum and see who has been posting about them...
Ha! Thats how I found this thread!
No worries, they're not horribly expensive, perhaps ill pick one up for experimentation.
Cool. Seemed smart to link them.
Yes, standard Decora shape, you can use any Decora cover you like.
Thanks! Im guessing you have one or some? Does it work well?
I have several. For my needs they work great. But I have no need for power reporting and did not purchase them for any reason relating to power reporting, so I can be of no help to you in that regard.
I'm not really interested in power reporting -- my interest in in-wall outlets is as repeaters and functional devices. I've never found power reporting to be extremely valuable.