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GE 45631 Z-Wave Wireless Keypad Controller


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Hi All,

 

Has anyone played with the GE 45631 Zwave controller keypad? I like the look of this as an easy on the wall button  for turning on and off LED scenes in my back yard. All the LED's are RGBW Fibaro controllers with some LUA code kindly provided by someone on this forum to make one of the FG RGBWs the Master and 4 others slaves. So if this keypad can be made to turn on and off the Master hey presto! I have a single button on the wall outside with no hard wires to the FG RGBW master puck.

 

Well thats the theory - what say ye all..am I dream'n or?

 

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  • Well I splashed out and ordered one from Amazon so will see in a few weeks how it turns out....Ill report back here for everyone.

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    Hi All,

     

    Has anyone played with the GE 45631 Zwave controller keypad? I like the look of this as an easy on the wall button  for turning on and off LED scenes in my back yard. All the LED's are RGBW Fibaro controllers with some LUA code kindly provided by someone on this forum to make one of the FG RGBWs the Master and 4 others slaves. So if this keypad can be made to turn on and off the Master hey presto! I have a single button on the wall outside with no hard wires to the FG RGBW master puck.

     

    Well thats the theory - what say ye all..am I dream'n or?

     

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    any luck with this one ?

     

    thanks

    -F

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