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Fibaro Home Center 3 band question fgs-223 us


Gaston

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Hi i have a fibaro home center 3 ANZ version, is compatible with fgs-223 us version?

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Australia AS/NZS 4268 919.8 MHz, 921.4 MHz 230 V 50 Hz  H ANZ

 

USA FCC CFR47 Part 15.249 908.4 MHz, 916 MHz 120 V 60 Hz  U US

 

 

So, different frequenties, so will not work together

 

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  • Hi thankyou do u have a firmware to chnage zwave version to us on hc3?

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    Changing the frequency is not possible sw. It is a purely hw thing, when all the components of the device (resonant circuit of the carrier wave) are tuned to the exact frequency.

    It is part of the Zwave chip developed by Silabs and Fibaro integrates it with its devices.

    SmartHomeEddy referred you to the correct frequency distribution page.

    In general, with such small devices, there is no place for hw elements that enable sw adjustable performance.

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