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Number of devices supported by one HC3


Oleg79
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Hi,

how many devices (z-wave) could be add to Home Center 3?

in specification of HC2 - up to 230. But how many maximum in HC3?

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That I dont know I have  around 220 devices (Zwave and HUE)

//Sjakie

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49 minutes ago, Oleg79 said:

I need to connect 500 devices. Will it work with HC3?

 

500 zwave devices? then you need at least 3x HC3, for better BUI experience 4x. 

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Don't trust the limit in the specification. I have about 100 devices on mij HC2 (real devices and not ID numbers) and it was getting really slow. I can't imagen it would with more than double the devices. I agree with @tinman, you probably need more than 1 HC3 to pull it off.

 

PS: my HC2 is running smooth again because I removed all my virtual devices (added them to HA) and moved 95% of my automations to HA

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According to the z-wave specification, there are 232 participants in one mash.
So at least 2 x HC3 required for 500 participants.
What @tinmanthinks 4 x HC3 is certainly due to the performance of the HC3.
But I am careful what all this concerns!
At the same time when I switched from "homee" to the HC3, I had 2 mashes going on and that was not without problems.
Only when I switched off the "homee" did the mash stable come true.
But that's only about 2 days' experience and with 2 different systems.
I can only guess but not confirm whether several z-wave mash influence each other or influence the frequencies through interference.
500 participants in a small space are also a lot not to mention the costs.
In addition there are 2 - 4 HC3 woof!

Greetings Frank

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