Hubbell’s IDEV0009HW dimmer switch enables users to control lighting with voice commands through Siri, Amazon Alexa or Google Home. Users can employ the iDevices app to create schedules based on a routine. It is compatible with most standard lamps, and it requires a 120V AC and home Wi-Fi.
Leviton’s DW6HD-1BZ Decora Smart 600W LED/incandescent dimmer works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant with no hub or phone app required. Users can schedule lights and connected loads to turn on and off at specific times, group smart devices into rooms, and create scenes to activate multiple lights at once.
Eaton’s universal slide dimmer is rated up to 600W for dimmable LEDs and fluorescents. It is designed for commercial and residential applications. The switch returns controlled lights to a preset level without disturbing the brightness level.
Legrand’s 700W paddle dimmer switch is designed for single fixtures and small lighting groups that do not exceed a total wattage of the number of bulbs multiplied by their respective wattages. Users have on, off and dimmable lighting control options.
Lutron’s Maestro IR Dimmer features a customizable, delayed fade-to-off. The LEDs glow in the dark, and it shows the preset light level when lights are off. The multilocation dimming is compatible with three-way wiring. There is little interference with radio and television. It features power failure memory and is compatible with most learning remote controls
Hubbell Control Solutions’ LightHawk dimming dual technology wall switch sensor combines passive infrared and ultrasonic technologies with 0–10V dimming. The user can set the occupied level to a predetermined level or set the sensor to activate to the last-used dimming level. This sensor covers up to 1,000 ft.2 and 180 degrees of detection.