View and Download GE Z-Wave user manual online. Fluorescent & Appliance Module. Z-Wave Home Automation pdf manual download. Thank you for your purchase of a Jasco Z-Wave® control device. Z-Wave technology is are included in the manual for your Jasco remote. 3. Do Not include. The GE Z-Wave family includes a variety of devices to control lighting in your home. This module is one device of a Z-Wave control system and is designed to work with all Manual on/off control with the module . Model: This Class B.
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Name: GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Fluorescent Light and Appliance Module. Top features: tablet, a Z-Wave remote or manual control. The GE Fluorescent Light & Appliance Z-Wave Module enables wireless control of on/off functions for standard incandescent table and floor lamps, fluorescent. The device plugged into the Z-Wave™ controlled outlet on this module must not exceed The GE Appliance Module (model ) works with the Schlage.
Supports status push.
Also available: single switch, dimmer, blind control. Requires neutral lead. Works fine with most bulbs. Supports beaming.
Flickers at low-levels with dimmable LED. Loads for watts or less no neutral required. Great for dimming one bulb.
Pair normally. Can also be used in single pole applications. Easy to Install. Not load sensing. Support for incandescent loads only.
One receptacle RF controlled, the other is hot. I use this as a ZWave signal repeater. If it's added in the wrong mode, remove it and re-add it. Works great simple to use!
Priced above Has internal setback programs. Works great.
Wish Vera could use all the features in this Thermostat! To exclude the thermostat from your network, you just have to install the USNAP module in the thermostat while Vera is in Exclude mode. Vera must configure it to work, and it can only be configured within less of a minute 30 sec best of inserting the batteries.
Vera must configure it to work, and it can only be configured within 10 minutes of inserting the batteries. The sensor will accept configuration within a few minutes of the initial pairing, or of pressing the intrusion button on the back even after it's paired. So here are some thoughts you can agree with or not, and the experts probably know all this, but here goes.
Don't power up the Schage for the first time when it is not in the door or you will screw up it's mechanical initiation and limit setting. It stays online until you exclude it.
At least that is what I've seen. If you are having problems including it, try to exclude it first. You can take a device, unplug it, disable it, and when you do a "show information in event viewer" it must come from memory in the ISY and not the actual device.
It worked ok most of the time. So I bought another for the front door. That worked fine too. Then I bought a third for our shop which is a separate building about 70 feet from the ISY.
And of course they all could not work, and the reality is I didn't expect them to all work at the same time. So, I checked online and bought some of these Aeotec Repeaters. Two to be exact. Frankly, and maybe it was my not RTFM, but they really didn't help. They will work.
I've spent many hours watching my network optimize and heal, and I could very clearly see that the Jasco repeaters "saw" my locks, and the ISY, but I could not reliably query a lock without getting the "failed to communicate" message. Even with one repeater five feet from a lock and another five feet from the ISY.
Back to the interweb in search of a solution. Today, two Inovelli Z-Wave plus light module's and repeater showed up. Along with 35 pounds of dog food that was ten bucks cheaper than pet smart