I've been looking for ages for a smart switch to replace an analog single pole dual switch like this.
This one actually claims to be ETL certified, but I bought it and it has no such marking and have not yet installed it.
But I'm just wondering if there is some fundamental issue that prevents single-pole dual smart switches from being certified? GE, Leviton, etc. make tons of smart switches but no dual ones. With there being ZERO reputable manufacturers making these, but several shady ones doing so, one has to wonder why?
Note I may just wind up getting a dual Z-wave relay and keep the switch analog, but it's not my top choice as the box is pretty cramped as it is.
Update: Well I found at least this one that's cETL certified. That's progress I guess.
Update 2: Wait a tick. Could this actually be what I've been seeking? Z-Wave. A dimmer and a separate on/off in one gang.
Update 3: The Zooz dual switch arrived yesterday and indeed seems to do the trick! It has US and Canada ETL cert and looks and feels like a legitimate switch unlike the plastic garbage out there.
The dimmer part paired with my ADT Control system despite ADT not being listed as a compatible. The "relay" (for the fan) didn't pair but I assume that is because of the hub; they note that the Smartthings hub needs a special update so I'm sure it's just a software issue. It also doesn't bother me that much since turning off the lights from bed is more important than the fan which I have on 99% of the time.
One thing I don't like about it is that it doesn't have screw-in wire terminals but rather has stranded wires that come out the back that you have to pigtail to wires in the box.
But overall I'm glad to see at least one product that sortof fits the bill and hope this is a sign of things to come.
Thanks for all the suggestions!