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    Default Z-wave and Comfort

    Does anybody have Z-wave connected to comfort? How well/badly does it work?

    Would a PIR connected to Comfort be able to trigger a Z-wave command or do I need a standalone Z-wave PIR?

    Thanks.

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    The Comfort UCM/Zwave is able to send commands to Zwave and get the feedback status (ie On or off), so the answer to your question is yes, a PIR connected to Comfort is able to activate a response to send a command to a ZWave module

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    Comfort, you mean XComfort standard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadArtSoft View Post
    Comfort, you mean XComfort standard?
    Comfort, not xcomfort is an integrated security and home automation system see http://cytech.biz. It has a Zwave Interface as well as interfaces to many other systems

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