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Fri, Apr 17, 2015 6:05 PM

z wave equipment

has anyone installed light switches not provided/bought through att?  z wave technology is not uncommon. I would just need my stystem in discovery mode to attach it to my  cisco router. 

 

I was told I can not buy z wave from 3rd party. If i wanted lighting control for 1 room it is 159 self install and 259 to have att install it. GE makes a light control z wave for 40 bucks. how is it not compatible? 

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7 y مضت

Have you tried installing one and then calling up AT&T and asking them to put your unit in discovery mode?  Maybe start with a plug or something.  

aprilkane

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7 y مضت

That was what I was going to try to do 🙂

Wave z is all the same I think.....

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7 y مضت

I've been thinking of stuff I can add and wondering how I could use a socket like this on amazon.

 

 

http://tinyurl.com/orzovsm

 

 

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7 y مضت

Here is the information that you have been looking for.  The in wall light switches are made by a company Aeon Labs. 

Aeotec

Micro Switch G2

Model: DSC26103-ZWUS

FCC ID: XBADSC18103 (908.42 MHz)

INPUT: AC 120V 60Hz, Max: 10A

Max Ambient Temperature: 104F

For Use With Resistive Loads

Aeon Labs LLC, Assembled in China

                                     v2.  14

I hope this helps you with your search

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7 y مضت

There is no issue adding it.  When you call DL and wait on hold for 15+ minutes for someone to answer the phone it only takes a minute to pair once you ask the support center to put your DLC into discovery mode on their DLD web portal.  All you have to is press the button once on the inwall switch the red light will flash raipidly.  They will take it out of discovery mode and will label the new switch for you.  I know this will help anyone wondering the same thing that you were.

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