|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.13 x 1.88 x 2.88 inches|
|Item model number||FS20Z-1|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Amperage Capacity||15 Amps|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Information not Available|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||Information not Available|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty against manufacturer defects|
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- Uses Z-Wave's Scene Command Class
- Perfect for Commercial Lighting, Dry-Contact Relays, Pool Pumps, Water Heaters, or In-Ceiling Lighting
- Linear has been providing best-in-class home & business control solutions for over 50-years and is a leading worldwide mfg. . of Z-Wave products
- Mounts inside a standard single-gang junction box
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From the manufacturer
Operate and control virtually any electrical device or appliance.
Fixture-Mounted Control Module
At a Glance:
- Control power box operation via Z-Wave network.
- Mount in single- or multi-gang electrical box.
- Can be isolated for use in dry or wet contact applications.
- Acts as repeater to extend Z-Wave network reach.
- Compatible with all Z-Wave-certified devices.
- From Nortek, the #1 provider of smart Z-Wave products*.
GoControl Fixture-Mounted Control Module (Z-Wave)
The GoControl Fixture-Mounted Control Module (Z-Wave) offers power control via your Z-Wave network. Mount it in a single- or multi-gang electrical box to operate loads or control relay-based devices. This versatile module can be isolated for use in dry or wet contact applications or powered to switch live loads. The Control Module also works as a repeater for your Z-Wave network, extending it an additional 130 feet.
What’s in the Box:
- GoControl Fixture-Mounted Control Module (Z-Wave) and installation guide.
Mount in Single- or Multi-Gang Electrical Boxes
The GoControl Fixture-Mounted Control Module (Z-Wave) offers versatile applications for your Z-Wave network, including mounting in single- or multi-gang electrical boxes to operate loads or control relay-based devices. The relay can also be isolated for use in dry or wet contact applications or powered to switch live loads. It can operate loads of up to 277 volts to power motors up to 1 horsepower. It works well for commercial lighting, in-ceiling lighting and fans, dry-contact relays, pool pumps, and water heaters.
Works as a Repeater for Your Z-Wave Network
For the Control Module to work with your network, it must be within 130 feet (via line of sight) from your Z-Wave Controller or the closest Z-Wave Repeater. However, this module also works as a repeater, extending your network an additional 130 feet via line of sight to reach other elements of your Z-Wave network that would otherwise be out of range of the hub or controller.
Compatible with All Other Z-Wave-Certified Products
Like all Z-Wave-certified products, the GoControl Fixture-Mounted Control Module (Z-Wave) is compatible with other Z-Wave devices, including those made by other manufacturers. The GoControl family of Z-Wave products also includes switches, dimmers, outlets, thermostats, light bulbs and lighting retrofit kits and plug-in modules as well as security devices, including alert sounders, passive infrared motion detectors, and door/ window sensors.
About Z-Wave Technology
Z-Wave smart chips enable two-way RF communication among hundreds of Z-Wave-enabled devices using the Z-Wave international wireless standard. Thanks to the cross-manufacturer compatibility of Z-Wave products, it is simple to set up systems that include security, energy management, home entertainment, and appliances. Z-Wave products operate at the standard 908.42 MHz frequency and support network-wide inclusion. They are security system compatible.
From Nortek Security & Control
The #1 Provider of Z-Wave smart connected products worldwide*.
*Per The Z-Wave Alliance, 2015
Z-Wave Isolated Contact Fixture Module
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So countless other users have talked about how it works, and the fact it needs to work as a momentary relay and not a toggle on/off relay as it is as default. So I will explain the absolute easiest and most effective way to get this to work. Smartthings DOES have the ability to treat a relay as momentary natively, contrary to what the comments will tell you. Here are the steps to fully set up this up as a garage door opener using the samsung multipurpose sensor as feedback:
1. to detect the relay once powered on, open the smartthings phone app and go to "things -> connect new device -> connect new device". Then press the physical button on the relay. This will detect the relay and add it as a standard z-wave relay.
2. To get the multipurpose sensor to get detected, simply attach it to top of your garage door with it fully closed. Then in the app go to "things -> connect new device -> connect new device". Now open your garage door. This will activate the tilt sensor when the door raises and the hub should detect this.
3. add as multipurpose sensor. It will add it as a regular door open/close sensor to start.
4. Once added, go back to the phone app and click "things" and click the device, then "edit device". At the bottom of the device settings, the last option says "do you want to use this sensor on a garage door?" Say "yes" and press "done".
5. now log in to your smartthings account from a PC
6. go to "my devices" and click the z-wave relay you added earlier. Click "edit" at the bottom. Click "type", and choose "virtual momentary contact switch". This will treat the relay as a momentary switch instead of a simple on/off toggle switch. No fancy apps/scripts needed.
That's it. Now you can add a new room called "garage", and associate your two devices with that room and you're done.
I tried using the LGK virtual garage door app and even though I got it to load, it didn't work properly. This is a simple 2 device setup, one input one output, no need to overcomplicate it. Hope this helps some people.
1) Item is SMALLER then it may look. It "looks" like it is the size of an outlet box. It says if fits IN one, which is correct, It will fit IN one but not mount. One will need to figure out how to mount for each applcation
2) IF you are not comfortable with basic electrical wiring (Switches etc.)) then this solution is NOT for you. Spend about 20 USD more and you can get a Garage Door solution that will be a simpler installation
3) This relay can (and needs to) be set on the computer [...] SmartThings screen as a "Z-Wave Virtual Momentary Contact Switch" under the "Type" field after you have the relay recognized by smart things.
4) The two BLUE wires are heavy for a motor application. One should get some small solid thermostat wire (usually at a hardware store) as you will need put these smaller wires into the "switch" connectors on the Garage Door Opener. This will usually be the connection blocks with only ONE WIRE IN EACH. The other connection blocks should have TWO WIRES in EACH as these are the two safety sensors.
5) IF you want to know if your Door is OPEN or CLOSED, you will need to also install a tilt sensor. There are several out there but the Smart Things Multi Sensor can do this and has a setting to configure it for use on a Garage Door. This will show you OPEN or CLOSED.
IF you are "handy" and already familiar with connecting devices to the Smarthings Hub and Alexa/Echo, this is a somewhat easy and clean install.
I ended up mount this on top of the Garage Door Open and tapping into the power feeding the garage Door Opener itself (White/Black/Green). I then
connected the two BLUE relay/switch wires to the smaller solid core Thermostat Wires and tied into the switch connector blocks on the Garage Door Opener. The hardest thing for me was to find the "Momentary Switch" setting in the SmartThings computer app. Now knowing it is listed exactly as "Z-Wave Virtual Momentary Contact Switch" will make it easier for others
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Using this as a power cut-off for the motor of my pool safety cover. The cover to the switch has a key but I never remember to lock it. This cuts the power and effectively locks the cover closed. Currently I scheduled the pool cover to turn off every night so that I never forget. In the morning, I just have to ask my Google Home "turn on the pool cover" to enable it on my way out to swim and it stays on until scheduled off!
I was able to link this with my Google Home using IFTTT