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Honeywell Ademco TUXWIFIW Tuxedo Touch Controller w/ Wi-Fi, White (6280i)

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  • Please Note that The TUX series keypads will work only on the Honeywell Vista series alarm panels. They also can be used as a standalone automation console with Zwave products only
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008D55SWE
  • Item model number: TUXWIFIW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2012

Product Description

Please Note that The TUX series keypads will work only on the Honeywell Vista series alarm panels. They also can be used as a standalone automation console with Zwave products only

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Customer Reviews

10 scenes is the limit and ony 3 devices can be controlled per scene.
MartyL
I purchased this device thinking that I would be able to access the z-wave controller remotely via my router.
hanif
So, much like my experience with other Honeywell automation products, this one just isn't up to it.
Alistair Galbraith

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Thomas on July 25, 2013
We replaced our home security system in January 2013. This included a Vista 20p control panel, one Honeywell 6280i Tuxedo Touch Z-Wave (Ethernet rather than WIFI) keypad, two Honeywell 6280w keypads (connected to our security system but no access to home network) on our two lower floors, one 6160RF keypad (by the control panel for programming), and an AL624 Auxiliary Power Supply board (and backup battery) in the Vista control panel for the additional power required by the graphic touch keypads. The only difference with our keypad is that it's hard-wired to our home network rather than wireless (WIFI). All other features and functions are identical between these two models. The physical distance was about 20 feet so we ran at Ethernet cable through the attic. Since we replaced our previous eighteen year old security system, we have never been happier.

We installed the Tuxedo Touch keypad in our master bedroom which is hard-wired to our security system, and home network via Cat-6 Ethernet cable so we can check local weather as we leave our bedroom in the morning. We use this keypad as our Z-Wave Controller. We installed a front door IP dome camera accessible through this keypad as we have experienced a few late night visitors and prefer to see them before going to our front door. We later installed a Honeywell Thermostat (YTH8320ZW1007) connected via Z-Wave to the Tuxedo Touch keypad. We have now installed five other Z-Wave modules controlling interior lamps and exterior porch lights replacing manual timers which required resetting with each power outage. Interestingly, the day after we installed the first Z-Wave timer (GE 45609), we lost power for two hours.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tony d on January 28, 2013
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Works perfect... Added 2 IP cameras to it, an in-door d-link and a out-door toshiba. Plus twelve z-wave lights. All controlled by the Honeywell tuxedo with built in wifi. By the way, since its connected to the internet it gives me the local weather plus a five day forecast. The unit also comes with a 2gb SD card. I filled it up with pictures from family and friends and set it to cycle through them! I love my new toy!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By G. Franco on April 14, 2014
This could be a great product that controls your home in synch with your alarm system, that's the reason I bought it. But I never expected such an unfinished product from a company that makes industrial controllers, flight controls for airplanes and did I mention my own home alarm system?

I also made the mistake of subscribing to Total Connect which adds little value to the solution. Some remarks:

1- Latest firmware that adds Total Connect support breaks web logging into the console. This FW was released in June 2013 and even though endless complains, Honeywell hasn't released a new FW with a fix yet! (9 months and counting).
2- Only 10 events can be programmed into the console but each event can only act on up to 3 devices (for example, light switches) so you run out of events very quickly.
3- Some events just don't work. I have all 10 event programmed in my system but even #9 doesn't ever happen. It is time triggered like most others, I just need to have multiple events for the same thing because as I said above, only three lights can be switched on the same event.
4- Support for Kwikset Z-Wave locks is terrible. You can't control individual pass codes or even have it do different things depending on the code entered at the lock. The lock and the controller are constantly out of synch so you don't know if it is really locked or unlocked. Haven't tried any other lock brand.
5- One of the events I have is to turn on the foyer light during the night every time the door lock is unlocked with a code. This works but only about half of the times. Go figure.
6- Events configured through Total Connect have the same issue that sometimes work and sometimes don't. Also, options for events are very different when programmed at the console vs.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alistair Galbraith on January 26, 2013
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So, much like my experience with other Honeywell automation products, this one just isn't up to it.

The product itself is attractive, and the initial UI screens seem well thought out and friendly. As an alarm keypad alone, it's a great unit. However, it's positioned as an Automation Controller, and it fails miserably.

My goals were two fold. I wanted to display my internet cameras on the screen, and control my Z-Wave door locks.

CAMERAS:
- Easy to add. However, trying to stream more than two at a time (unit is supposed to support a grid of four) causes it to keep dropping connections and going offline. FAIL.
- Slow UI - not enough processing power once cameras are displayed
- Screen is stretched, not native aspect ratio

LOCKS:
- Very easy to pair
- Device can only control / respond to locks when primary ZWave controller
- Has no ability to manage the PINs of lock users (just keypad users) which negates half the value of the lock. You can't manage this on a secondary controller due to ZWave limitations.
- You can't respond to a "locked via lock keypad" event, so whenever you lock the door the alarm will arm (if you're hoping to have it arm from keypad outside).
- On the up side, the UI for managing automation events is well thought out and easy to use.
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