These are made for the European and Asian markets, but right now there really isn’t anything for the US market except the MCO home, and it’s not working well with SmartThings.
What most people are doing is getting an in wall micro relay that can control two branches And then wiring it to any momentary dual switch you like. That should work fine, and there are number of community members doing it. The vision micro is popular because it’s quite inexpensive, but there are a couple of other brands as well.
Just check the specs carefully to make sure they match what you are wiring it to.
This link is to a two pack, but you should be able to find individually as well:
Qubino also makes one which has more features and is smaller, but it also costs more,
Just to avoid possible confusion, the aeotec model dsc-17103 is an older generation switch and it’s called micro; nano refers to the newest generation of aeotec in-wall switches and dimmers. As the names imply, the newer generation devices are smaller than the older ones.
I bought the Vision In Wall Z-Wave Micro Switch, 2 relay (2pack). Installed one the drive 2 switches. It was very easy to install. Easy to configure. It’s small but I needed to more wires around as my box has many wires, Pushed it onto one of the corners and it’s happy where it is.
You’re welcome. Glad I could help.
I’m using them myself and they work good.
Regarding the many wires you have in the box: NEC limits the number of wires in the box (you count only wires that come into or go out of the box) based on box volume. If needed, you can change the box to a deeper one, hence larger volume and more wires allowed.@