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Full Guide to Zooz Smart Switches

### You're looking at all of these model numbers and are probably wondering: OK, they all look almost the same and seem to do the same thing, so which one do I choose for my project? We put together a comprehensive guide to navigate our growing line of light switches. We hope you find it helpful! ** Before you purcha…

ZEN21 VER. 2.0 VS ZEN26: What's the Difference

### We like updating our products and making you happy. But with a growing number of versions and model numbers, it can get pretty confusing. So we combined and compared the main features of our light switches since they look similar and serve the same purpose. Here is how the ZEN21 VER. 3.0 (if you have an older ver…

4-Way Diagram for ZEN21, ZEN22, ZEN23, and ZEN24 Switches

## Zooz VER. 2.0 / 3.0 switches can be wired in 4-way set ups, but take note of these caveats before going ahead with the installation: * A 4-way is what we call 3-point control so 3 different switches controlling the same set of lights (if you're looking for 4 point control with 4 switches in the install, [click h…

ZEN22 VER. 2.0 VS ZEN27: What's the Difference

### Wondering which dimmer switch will work best for you? Here are the main comparison points between ZEN22 VER. 2.0 and the S2 Dimmer ZEN27. Start with answering a few basic questions: 1. **Is this for a single pole or multi-point control (3-way, 4-way, etc.) installation?** If it's multi-point, go with ZEN27, if…

4-Way Diagrams for ZEN26 and ZEN27 Switches

## You can wire your Zooz S2 ZEN26 and ZEN27 switches in a 4-way if one of the boxes has direct connection to power and neutral. Load and line can be in separate boxes, that's fine! How do you check for power and neutral? The easiest way to find out is to look for a black wire bundle and white wire bundle in the back…

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