No nonsense Z-Wave.
For those on a budget, this DHS Z-Wave Micro Relay is an excellent, affordable alternative to some of the more expensive Z-Wave micro modules on the market - without compromising on reliability.
Easily installed behind your existing or new "bell press" wall switches by a licensed electrician.
Note: Not suitable for toggle and electronic buttons. A neutral wire is required for the device to function.
The DHS Z-Wave Micro Relay measures 48mm x 45mm x 18mm, making it easy to install almost anywhere.
Maintain local on / off control by using a momentary / bell-press style wall switch.
Acts as a wireless Z-Wave repeater expanding and strengthening your Z-Wave network.
The finer details
- RF Protocol: Z‐Wave (Single Channel Command Class)
- RF Frequency: 921.42Mhz ‐ AU/NZ approved RF for Z‐wave
- RF wireless range: Up to 30m
- Z‐Wave device type: Z-Wave Binary Switch, Routing Slave
- Z‐wave device type: Z-Wave controller
- Power: AC 240V / 50Hz
- Max loading: 6A
- Switch compatibility: "Momentary" or "Bell Press" type only
- Application: Indoor use only
- Operation temperature: 0 ~ 55 °C
- Storage temperature: ‐10 ~ 80 °C
- Weight: 50g
- Dimensions: (LxWxH) 48mm x 45mm x 18mm
- Compliance: AS/NZS 4268:2008, AS/NZS CISPR 14.1, IEC60669-2-1
- Not compatible with 2-way and multi-way lighting circuits.
- Please check the maximum load before installing or operating.
- This installation must be done by a certified electrician.
- Before engaging an electrician, check that they provide an electrical compliance certificate.
- Warranty claims will need to provide installation compliance certificate from your electrician.
|Name||DHS Z-Wave Micro Relay|
|Product Manual||DHS Z-Wave Micro Relay Product Manual|
|Warranty||12 Months (+ Free 12 month extended warranty)|
Value Quality PerformanceDeanon 12/07/2017I also did not realise that unlike the Aeotec devices I had used before, that I would have to change all my switch plates and switches in my house to get these devices to work. Fundamental design flaw that just took months and hundreds of extra dollars to sort out (ie there are many bell button styles and not all are stocked and the stockists get the details wrong too...)
My Aeotec devices support everything switch wise so they are a much better option, but I only had one left from the last setup in another family members house. So if you are looking at lighting modules I would not recommend the DHS ones.
Value Quality PerformanceTranon 7/10/2016I did not realise this module will only work with momentary switches. I had the replace my switches which cost me another $30 per switch! I may as well have brought the fibaro modules. These modules work OK, just be aware you will need to change wall switches.