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    Hi wysinawyg, The main advantage of Z-wave is...

    Hi wysinawyg,

    The main advantage of Z-wave is the mesh networking with mains powered units. It gets better with more devices as you fill in the gaps.

    I presently Use Homeseer V3 Pro on a Win7...
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    Hi, What do you mean by "the lamp flashes" ?...

    Hi,

    What do you mean by "the lamp flashes" ? Does it try to go off, or just flash and stay on at the same brightness ?

    What is the wattage and type of bulb ? I think these work with a minimum...
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    Hi Martyn, I have Homeseer set up with a...

    Hi Martyn,

    I have Homeseer set up with a USB-UIRT to turn everything on (Motorised projector screen/HD projector/ AV amp/ subwoofer/ BBSB sockets to isolate standby loads) with a simple Sky "ON"...
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    Z wave remote controls. Where are they ?

    I have a PC Homeseer HA set up with Z-wave (Aeon Labs Z-stick 2), X10 (CM11) and BBSB (RFXtrx433) devices. The idea is to slowly move over to z-wave, but there don't seem to be many Z wave remote...
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    Hi, To put it simply, if you already have a pc...

    Hi,
    To put it simply, if you already have a pc running home automation software such as Homeseer, then you can just use a 50 plug in USB device and the pc will do the hard work. The more expensive...
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