What Zwave Switches or Dimmers work with Alarm.com

What Zwave Switches or Dimmers work with Alarm.com

Generally speaking, ZWave compatibility with Alarm.com is limited to basic Zwave devices like dimmers and switches although it is growing over time.  Although Zwave is an open standard, Alarm.com has the ability to dictate which devices they will allow to be used with their system.  Their current compatibility list is found here:

https://www.alarm.com/partners/hardware.aspx

We advise you stick with these devices or perhaps newer equivalents.  You can also reach out to Alarm.com to ask if the device(s) you're considering are supported prior to making a purchase to avoid complications.

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