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  1. Gerald G. Vath "Pop-Up Nut" says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Making home automation simple, January 20, 2007
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    Gerald G. Vath “Pop-Up Nut” (PA Dutch County) –
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    I had an X-10 automation system put in my kitchen remodeling project and it died about three years later. X-10 is subject to a great deal of interference and is a technology no longer worth investing in since there’s Z-Wave. My Z-Wave system has worked flawlessly and with modules like these it’s easy to add automation all around the house.

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  2. Ryan Hanan says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great and very easy to move around…., April 24, 2009
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    Ryan Hanan (Oakland, CA USA) –
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    I have a lot of z-wave devices or modules. I love the system. Works great and the range is very good. I have a large house and I am able to control all of the modules completely without having range issues. The more modules you install the better the overall performance and range because the signal is “repeated” through other units until it “finds” the one you are sending a signal to. This is z-waves big advantage. I have both the appliance modules and the dimmable lamp modules. The appliance modules work great for florescent lamps or lights and the dimmable work great with theater lighting from incandescent bulbs. I use the appliance modules to control my Christmas Tree lights, Halloween decorations and LED pumpkin lights and also LED 120 Volt candles on my mantle. ALSO….. remember when you relocate the module to “remove” it from the network and “reintroduce” it back into the network for proper performance. If you do not and you move the module you will most likely experience problems. I love the z-wave system!

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  3. Robert Lescaille says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works perfectly with Harmony 890, October 28, 2008
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    Robert Lescaille (Orange County, CA United States) –
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    I’ve got this thing controlling an IKEA 10W light kit that can’t be dimmed. Works perfectly via my Harmony 890. All you do is use the Harmony software and add the device, it will prompt you to unplug the remote and pair it with the Intermatic by holding down the button on top of the unit. The device shows up in “Activities” under “RF Control”. It responds almost instantly after sending it a command.

    ZWave is awesome. I later purchased the wall switch version of this to control a switched outlet. Instructions on these things are not detailed enough but I was able to figure it out. It didn’t come with instructions on how to pair it, I had to rely on the Harmony for that.

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