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freaklopes

Can I have Master-Slave connection with different frequencies at same home?

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Hi everybody,

Can I have Master-Slave Gateway-Connection between two Home center with different frequencies? Like have a US and a EU versions at same home?

 

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I've tested this and I must bow my head!

Not only can you connect them, but you can also create mixed scenes between those two and they work like a charm.

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12 hours ago, freaklopes said:

Like have a US and a EU versions at same home?

I have also this problem for now. Got the SmartThings Hub v2, but unfortunately US Z-wave freq.

So, cant connect it as a secondary controller to a HC EU

I hope this

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will help to make a "surgery" on the chip inside

 

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38 minutes ago, A.Smolinski said:

Nope. I don't think that this is possible.

i can't think for a reason why not.

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