I had two LED Lamps in a fixture (GE Relax LED Bulb, 75W, box says 10.5W energy used) being controlled by a Lutron Motion Sensitive Switch. I wanted to allow Habitat to control the light in that room. I replaced the Lutron switch with an UltraPro ZW4008. The circuit has a neutral. If it matters (switch says it's "auto sensing), I placed the load on the top terminal and line on the bottom terminal, hooked up the neutral and ground.
When I turn the circuit breaker back on, the light flashes about twice per second (endlessly) and the switch makes a clicking noise at the same rate. Sounds like a relay opening/closing (I thought these had semi-conductors and not relays in them, but that is probably off topic).
I thought the problem might be insufficient load, so I got the Jaxco Direct Wire LED Lighting Bypass for UltraPro (SKU 52327) and wired it between the Neutral and Load on the switch itself. When I turn on the power, the lights come on and stay on. The blue light on the UltraPro switch never comes on. Pushing the top or bottom panel of the UltraPro switch has no impact. The light cannot be shut off except by turning off the breaker. To be sure it isn't a defective switch, I used another brand new UltraPro switch and it behaved the same.
I have not tried to discover the device using Habitat. At this point, it's strictly a switch/lighting/wiring/what am I doing wrong problem not involving the Hub.
I did notice that this is a GFI breaker. Could that be causing the problem?
Anyone have any thoughts or ideas? Should I try another brand of switch? I have 3 UltraPro Dimmers controlling string lights in the Kitchen, and they work fine. I really don't want/need a dimmer in this location, just want the switch.
Anyone have any thoughts or ideas on how to proceed? Am I doing something wrong?
Thanks in advance to anyone providing thoughts on this.