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Impact of physical move HC3 to another region


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Hello HC3 owners/guru's,

 

Is there anyone who can tell me what the impact is of a change of the physical location of a HC3 device?

 

Currently I am living in Europe (Belgium). I might have to move to Asia (Philippines) next year and want to bring my HC3 and re-install it there in my new house.

I see the following 2 potential problems:

  1. Z-wave allowed frequency bands and standards used are the same in these 2 locations, but there might be other restriction I am not aware of.
  2. The centralized monitoring/support of all HC3 gateways via the HC3 device ID might be disrupted if you move the device to another world region or country.

 

Note: I experienced a similar problem (issue 2 above) when I moved around with my printer from Thailand to the Philippines a few years ago, as the ink cartridges are not interchangeable between the 2 countries and other regions..

 

I guess this is a question for Fibaro HC3 guru's or a Fibaro company HC3 specialist. Your help would be appreciated if you can answer my questions or can tell me how to contact a Fibaro HC3 specialist.

 

Thanks Leo

 

I used the below URL for my short survey.

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EU 868.4 MHz, 869.85 MHz - Standard EN 300 220

PH 868.4 MHz, 869.85 MHz - Standard EN 300 220

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Hi @Europino,

 

Looks like Philipines use the same software library as EU ones, so it should be fine. It depends on what dealers in Philippines sell to the customers.

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