|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.8 x 2 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||CECOMINOD011777|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Aeon Labs DSA03202 v1 - Z-Wave Minimote
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The Minimote combines a simplistic design with advanced features, making programming and controlling your Z-Wave network easier than ever. Four recessed scene buttons on the main face of the remote allow you to conveniently turn scenes on/off and adjust brightness with simple button taps.
The easy-to-use, Aeon Labs Z-Wave DSA03202 remote control by Aeon Labs is identical in functionality as Minimote model DSA03202W-ZWUS. The installed on-board firmware is the latest edition version, bringing you identical capabilities as the Minimote DSA03202W-ZWUS. The differences are only cosmetic, with the DSA03202 v1 having numbered buttons, while the DSA03202W-ZWUS does not. The DSA03202W-ZWUS is also available in color black. Charging your Minimotes' battery 1)Plugin your Minimote into any USB port (Smart Phone Charger, Laptop, Desktop, etc). 2)You'll notice that a red LED will appear next to the miniUSB port of the Minimote. 3)Leave your Minimote charging for at least 2 hours to fully charge the Minimote (assuming that you are using at least a 5VDC and 1A output charging adapter). 4)When the LED next to the miniUSB port turns blue, this will indicate a full charge on your Minimote. You may now remove the Minimote from USB connection.
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Below is cut and paste from Smartthings support.
In the SmartThings mobile app:
Under Things, tap Entertainment
Tap Remotes & Buttons
Tap Aeon Labs
Tap Aeon Labs Z-Wave Minimote
Tap Connect Now
The app will indicate that the Hub is looking for a device of that type or name
While the Hub searches, press the "Learn" (or “Join”) button on the Minimote which has wireless symbol in the slide out.
The app will indicate that the Hub found the Minimote
Follow the in-app prompts to configure the device
When you finish configuration, tap Done
Note that 8 functions can be programmed as push, push and hold. For each function multiple devices can be triggered. Eg: Turn on multiple lights, controlled power outlets, relays, siren...
When the Minimote is connected, you can find it under the Things view in My Home.
This solved my problem on how I can give remote access to guests without the complication of IOS or Android App for their phones or tablets.
The switch is the Lowe's Iris version of the GE 45609, which was installed and works fine.
When the minimote arrived, I charged the battery and updated the Firmware, which also went smoothly.
And then I tried to get the minimote to activate the switch. Following the included instructions for adding a device, I tried multiple times. All the LED sequences during the add process appeared correct, but the doggone light would not come on...
Finally, after studying the online manual for the NEW Minimote at the Aeon website, it dawned on me that I needed add the device to a SCENE! Now this is obvious to all you z-wave old timers, but even after reading a bunch of literature for z-wave newbies, it never occurred to me that I needed to worry about scenes yet. And since the included manual for this device never mentioned this, and has no info about scenes, I was stuck. But, in the new manual, scenes ARE mentioned, and instructions are given, so it occurred to me that might be the problem.
So what do you do? After you have successfully "added" the device following the included instructions, take the Minimote to be near the device you want to control. Then, press and hold the numbered button that you want to use for this device. After a second, the blue LED will start blinking quickly. Keep holding it and then activate the device you want in your "scene". If you are successful, the blue LED on the Minimote will stop blinking and turn solid, which confirms success. You can now release the button, and you should find that your Minimote controls your device.
If you study the new manual version, you may find other useful details, but this is the secret, if, like me, you just want to control a few devices, directly with your Minimote, and don't yet have a full-fledged Z-wave controller.
Labels would be nice, so I just printed something and stuck them on. Else you are sitting there wondering what each button does!
P.S. There are SO many reviews on Amazon nowadays that people write ONLY because they are compensated in some way for the review. Yes, these are detailed. However they are detailed because of the compensation. I am a REAL reviewer. I write brief but helpful reviews. Hopefully you'll click that my review was helpful so I can maintain this good standing. Thanks all and happy shopping! :)