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Universal Binary Switch Z-Wave controlled?


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Hello, question I do have. I am looking for a set of dry contact relays controlled using Z-Wave commands and control app.

 

I found this "UBS" device that can control the output relays (I assume they are dry contact from the diagram) depending of the input switches or sensors.

 

My question is, can also the status (open/close) of the output relays be controlled using the Z-Wave network, as a usual switch or mains plug, but in this case supporting a low level of power and intensity and being dry contacts? or they can only be controlled from the input switches or sensors and Z-Wave is only used to report the output status of them?

 

Thanks and kind regards

 

Javier

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Hello, 

no, it is not possible to control the relays using Z-Wave, but there is a new device FIBARO Smart Implant, where you can control the relays... :)
Check this device here - 

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and enjoy... :-)

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  • Thanks, I will ask to my usual dealer for it.

     

    Question I still have for the UBS, if the Zwave cannot be used for controlling the relays, what can then be the Zwave connection it has used for? Only for knowing the different input sensors status?

     

    Thanks again and kind regards.

     

    Javier

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