Radio Thermostat Z-Wave USNAP Module RTZW-01
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- Add Z-wave to your Radio Thermostat
- Compatible with CT30, CT50, or CT80 thermostats
- A Z-wave enabled thermostat can be controlled remotely when connected to a Z-wave controller
- package includes : 1 pcs
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The Z-Wave USNAP module will make a CT30, CT50, or CT80 thermostat compliant with any Z-Wave system from the numerous manufacturers of Z-Wave products currently on the market. You can use the Z-Wave radio to connect to your Z-Wave enabled home automation systems. A number of security systems today are shipping with Z-Wave enabled panels. Check with your security company to see if a panel is available to you. The Z-Wave radio enables both line powered and battery powered operation. If there is no line power present, this means that the radio will go into a sleeping mode and wait for a “beaming” message to wake up
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Since in the winter, crank down the thermostat and use room heaters instead (go go SOLAR power :) ) ... will come back and provide updates once gone through one summer. Summer is when my thermostat kick into gear and need more smartness to keep the house cool and not as cool when not needed.
Quick update, Took a star off because I noticed that even though the control of the temperature works great, the indoor temperature is not making it back to the Wink App. Just shows blank. This unit runs along with the wi-fi so I have that as a backup to read inside temp. This occurs on both units. I'm guessing its a compatibility problem with Wink. I'm upgrading to a Wink-II soon. Maybe that will fix it.
After a day, all my devices became unstable showing a X in them. I removed, replaced and restart, even bought a wink 2 hub. Eventually I removed the thermostat cards and the network came instantly to life. Put one back and it would go down in minutes. Tried unpair, rediscover etc. these would eventually work but go rogue on the network mesh and take it down.
I just pulled them out for good. I really wanted them to work. Maybe there will be new firmware some day. Be careful with these. They go rouge on wink zwave, maybe others.