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Fibaro HC3 - Is It Worthwhile?



Anyone got any detail on release date and features for the HC3?


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So far ....


  • Processor: Quad-core Arm Cortex A53 (1.2 GHz)
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • HDD: 8 GB
  • Power supply: 12V DC
  • Dimensions: 220x140x35 mm 
  • Z-Wave (500): 868.0-868.6 MHz 869.7-870.0 MHz
  • 433MHz (OOK, FSK, GFSK): 433.54-433.92 MHz
  • 868 MHz (OOK, FSK, GFSK): 868.3-868.94 MHz
  • ZigBee 2405-2480MHz
  • Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n/a/ac) 2400-2483MHz 5150-5350MHz
  • Bluetooth Low Energy 2402-2480MHz
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  • 1 hour ago, tinman said:

    Pepsi, you are not technical person

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    As accurate as many of your other statements. I built my first electronic calculator (Sinclair) in 1927, first accessed the Internet via the GPO computer in 1974 ( we used tape then), was one of 6 Apple Authorised Distributors (ThinkPad to Think Different etc), helped Racal launch the first GSM in the World (now called Vodafone) and am currently involved with Toyota in the development of distributed infrastructure though perhaps you have greater experience and exposure regarding the legal issues related to compliance and certification which are requirements of countries and territories, not organisations.


    I was once to be careful not to have an argument with certain types of people because you end up being judged as the same way. I enjoy the forum because people share opinion and thought, not to have people dictate with evidence. Having tried to present documented information for others to consider and make up their own minds. 


    I agree "it does not make any sense to discuss with you, sorry, it is waste of time." I am reminded that the quotation What's the difference between a wise man and a fool?


    • A fool knows everything. A wise man does not.
    • A fool is always eager to talk. A wise man is always eager to listen.
    • A fool is certain he has arrived. A wise man knows it's a long road.
    • A fool talks before thinking. A wise man thinks before talking.
    • A fool thinks silence is undermining. A wise man keeps silent for a fool.
    • A fool has never been wrong. A wise man is not always right.
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