The Z-Wave Plug-In Appliance Module Switch Controller plugs into your power outlet to provide remote on/off control of the power supply. Lamps, fans, heaters, etc can be plugged in, switched on, and controlled as if the power point was being switched on & off. You can switch on a bed lamp from in bed, or turn off a fan plugged into a power point across the room. Requires separate environmental control unit to operate such as the Housemate Pro system.
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The Z-Wave Plug-In Switch Controller Appliance Modules have a 10A rating, which means they can switch most domestic appliances that are designed to plug into a standard power point. One module is required for each appliance. In practice the appliance itself is left with its power switch permanently in the 'ON' position and it is started and stopped by interrupting the 240Volt at the power point. Note that this type of control does not suit all appliances. A simple test is to try starting and stopping your intended device by switching it off and on at the power point.
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Z-Wave Plug-In Switch ApplianceController: One model only
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