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LiveHouse Automation :REMOTEC Z-Wave Advanced Remote,Remotec

REMOTEC Z-Wave Advanced Remote


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A portable Z Wave remote controller with multichannel support and works with almost every Z Wave enabled device including binary switches, dimmers, thermostats, secured door locks, binary or multi level sensors. Users can control their Z Wave enabled devices individually or through “Scene” control. 

The remotec advanced remote can be configured as a primary or secondary controller within a Z Wave home automation network.  The Remotec advanced remote is ideal if you want to keep things simple and don't need the full functionality of a dedicated home controller like Vera or Fibaro Home Center (HC2).

The Remotec Advanced remote is also equipped with a back lit LCD screen and an intelligent Self Navigated Button (SNB) system. Users can setup and operate ZWave devices through the LCD and the SNB system and enjoy a networked, wireless home automation system any where at home.

Scene is a collection of Z Wave devices configured to user specified levels, settings, modes, oroperating conditions. Scenes are usually activated by a controller, timed event, or specific conditions. For example, a user prefers to set the dimmer to allow intensity level and close the motorized curtain when the user wants to watch a movie. You can define a scene to control the dimmer and motorized curtain using a single scene command.

You can control up to 12 scenes(SceneOn/Off) with your ZRC100 with each Scene supporting up to 32 ZWave devices.

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol
RF Frequency
921.42Mhz ‐ AU/NZ  approved RF for Z‐wave
Z‐Wave device type
Z-Wave Controller
4 AAA batteries
Operation Range
Up to 30m indoors with no obstacles
Indoor use only
Operation temperature
-10 ~ 40 °C
Storage temperature
‐10 ~ 70 °C, humidity 5 ~ 95%RH(max) 


 Manuals and Downloads

REMOTEC ZRC-100 Advanced Remote User Manual
REMOTEC ZRC-100 Advanced Remote Quick Setup Guide


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