|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 0.8 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||45631|
|Size||dimmer switch & receptacles & outdoor modules|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Plug Profile||Wall Mount|
|Special Features||Allows you to remotely turn the light or appliance on/off, Functions as a secondary controller in the Z-Wave network, Soft-touch, translucent buttons with soft LED glow for command confirmation, Controls four groups and four scenes, Battery-powered - no wiring needed|
|Included Components||Z-wave Wall-mount Group/scene Controller|
|Warranty Description||TWO YEAR|
GE 45631 Z-Wave Wireless Keypad Controller
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- Allows you to remotely turn the light or appliance on/off
- Functions as a secondary controller in the Z-Wave network
- Soft-touch, translucent buttons with soft LED glow for command confirmation
- Controls four groups and four scenes
- Battery-powered – no wiring needed
- Low profile, white light control
- Refer to the PDF attached below in Technical Specification for User Guide
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Transform any home into a smart home with the GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Control Keypad Controller. Create and control custom lighting scenes without the hardwired mess. Add a secondary Z-Wave keypad where you need it most with simple do-it-yourself installation. Mount using the provided double-sided tape for a quick and easy installation or mount using the provided screws. Control up to four groups and four scenes with this low-profile keypad controller. Soft touch buttons produce a soft LED glow when pressed for command confirmation. Works with Z-Wave enabled indoor and outdoor lighting and appliance modules as well as in-wall switches and receptacles. Take control of your home lighting with GE Z-Wave Wireless Lighting Controls! Z-Wave is the world’s largest ecosystem of interoperable smart home products. Z-Wave lighting controls provide an easy-to-install and affordable system to control lighting and small appliances in your home. Add GE Z-Wave lighting controls to a Z-Wave certified gateway to access and control your home from anywhere in the world using your smartphone, tablet or computer as a home automation command center. Never worry if you accidentally left the lights on because you can turn them off remotely or program your lights to go on/off at specific times. Create customized lighting scenes for any occasion such as a “go to sleep” scene or a “movie night” scene. Give the illusion that someone is home by programming the lights to turn on/off while you are away—perfect for deterring crime and adding additional security!
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Create and manage custom lighting scenes without the hard-wired mess. Mount using double-sided tape for a quick and easy installation. Control up to four groups and four scenes with this low profile wall plate. Easy-to-read so-Feet touch buttons produce an ambient LED amber glow when pressed for command confirmation.
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case study: I was programming this remote to 4 z-wave switches (one on each of the 4 buttons). 3 of them linked up perfectly fine on the first try. The 4th one pretended like it linked, all the lights blinked according to the instructions. but when I pushed the on or off buttons, nothing happened. no light blink on the remote, no switch activation, nothing. As it turns out, the last one I tried that wasn't working had a node ID of 39. I even tried adding a new one in as I thought that the switch might be bad. The new replacement one came in with Node ID 40.
This remote can only address devices with node IDs 1-24 !!! Pay very close attention. I struggled with this for weeks, called so many people, finally figured it out with the help of some folks. the one switch that wasn't working had node ID 39... and its replacement was 40. unfortunately it took an act of congress to get the hub reset so I could rebuild the network and reassign the NODE IDs, but once I did, it works like a dream. All the switches are now less than 24 in the network, and everything responds perfectly now.
NOTE that the remote itself DOES NOT have to be ID under 24. Only the target devices. SO....if you are building a new network from scratch, be sure to include the target devices first, and add this remote last so that it doesn't burn one of the precious lower IDs.
IF YOU ARE USING ADT PULSE : This device WILL work with the system. You can include the remote on the ADT network thru the pulse web portal with no problems. Just be certain that your existing switches and plugs are NODE ID up to 24. If you have an existing network in place and you have switches above ID 24, those switches will not work with this remote. To fix this problem, you must rebuild your entire pulse "site". This will completely erase everything in your profile, including floorplans, names, devices, everything. The process is complicated and time consuming, and this is a very foreign concept to ADT support, so you're going to have to explain it to them. What you have to do is this:
1. Call ADT and have them dispatch a technician to your location. Yes, you MUST have an installer on site. This cannot be done from remote. Explain to the person on the phone that you need ot have your site deleted and recreated from scratch. When they ask why, explain that you have a complex zwave network that requires specific configuration and you need to reset the pulse gateway to accommodate for the setup.
2. When the technician is on site, the tech must call in and have the support person completely delete your site from the ADT system. This step is absolutely required. The node ID table resides in the netgear pulse hub, and it must be reset completely in order to wipe out the node ID table. The ONLY way to do this is to completely eliminate the site and reinstall it from scratch.
3. The technician will then rebuild the network from scratch, just as if they were installing the system for the first time. They will have to re-activate the system with the phone support folks. The tech will ask you for your primary code on the panel in order to put it into programming mode. Knowing you must do this, my suggestion is to reprogram 1234 into the panel so that you can tell the tech 1234 and not give out your main code. The tech can help you do this before starting the reset.
4. All of your Pulse devices will need to be re-added again. Be sure to run the "reset" command on each one before including it in the new network. This will re-assign the Node IDs starting from 2.
5. after you have added all your devices back in, then add the remote in this page into the system.
6. yes I know this is a long and huge pain to do, but the idea of NODE IDs is so foreign to ADT support people, that they have no concept of what to do with it. You basically have to tell them step by step what to do, and the entire time the tech will be looking at you like you have no idea what you are talking about. They just don't do this kind of work regularly.
Hope the month of beating my head on a brick wall makes it easier for you !!!
I don't know what the reset steps are for other zwave hubs out there, I only know the ADT system because I have it and had to figure this out myself. So, if you have a different gateway then please refer to the manual or service provider for information on how to reset the gateway.
The buttons are nicely done, and give a good tactile indication that they have been pressed. The finish of the materials and overall quality is excellent. The device I received has up and down arrows on the left and right of the four top buttons.
This would make a great second controller in a situation where you want a 3-way switch but do not want to rewire the room. Just replace the original switch with a Z-wave switch, and use this controller in a second location.
Just be aware that this is a secondary controller. It does not identify itself as having button or switch capabilities. You will not be able to assign buttons on this device using SmartThings SmartApps. Instead, you add this device to your "My Things" list as a secondary controller so that this device can see other devices on your network (again, it's a secondary controller). Then you use this device itself to add one or more lights or devices to each of the buttons. Once I understood that, I actually found the documentation helpful in setting my basement up.
I just bought this keypad controller and was able to program it without using any remote as a primary. All i did for the first (replication) step was:
- press add+remove (from instructions)
- press off buttons 1,2,3,4 (from instructions)
- when orange light was blinking, i used my android device's Smartthings app to search for a new device.
- the app found the controller as a 'z-wave remote', and the light flashed green on the controller
- proceeded as normal to add groups and scenes
NOTE: the devices i was controlling had already been added to my home network using my Android app.
I can now control multiple [z-wave outlet connected] lamps in my bedroom using this controller that i placed at the entrance. Works like a charm.
Basically follow the directions labeled GROUP. You dont need a smart phone etc.... some of these comments were getting me confused.
Really simple: Read? ....ok:
First have the remote in your hand... not on the wall. (this will make life much easier)
Hold down ADD and REMOVE at the same time till get a flashing light
Press ADD then press GROUP
Then press the button you want to assign your item too. (of the 4 buttons *bars*) press the ON or UP arrow side
The button will flash yellow (or orangish)
Now.... Toggle, hold up (ON) the witch you wish to add on the deve (Light switch for example) until the REMOTE light turns green.
Once that's done you can add (not sure how many - I added 4 lights) to the same button.
Fir the first button, I just added one light... then went on the NEXT. This is super easy to use - folks just confused me here.
I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU :)
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My house is full of tech and this is easily the most poorly designed controller I've ever come across.