I’m hoping someone can help. I’m building a house. We roughed in electric several months ago and I have been planning for LED lights throughout and all of the switches to be z-wave connected switches accessible through smart things.
A few months ago I ordered the new version of the GE switches (now out of the return period and ordered about 80 switches). In various places we are installing GE 12722,12723,12724,12728,12729 and 45740 (dimmers in some places, toggles in some places, 3/4/5-ways in some places). Last week I installed the older version of the GE z-wave 3-way switch and the switch itself was buzzing when the light was dimmed. I wasn’t too concerned because it was the old version. Today our electrician started installing all of the new version.
The lights are lighting science glimpse 4" (https://www.lsgc.com/glp-4/).
When the lights are on and not dimmed everything is fine. When I dim the lights I get a humming sound (from the lights NOT the switches - different then what I had with the old version when the switch buzzed but the lights seemed silent). The lights say they are dimmable and the switches say they are compatible as a CFL/LED dimmer. Also, to be clear we do have a neutral hooked up to the switches.
Any thoughts on the cause and more importantly any thoughts on how to fix it? I believe the lights are no longer returnable and the switches are no longer returnable either so I hope I am not stuck with several thousand dollars worth of switches and lights that don’t live up to there specs.