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    NEW HS SmartStick+ G3 using zwave 700 series - Anyone noticed this new info???

    Hello guys. Look what I have just found...

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    The waiting is almost over...

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    Manual is in PDF...

    https://products.z-wavealliance.org/...nsert-v1_0.pdf

    Exciting news !!!!

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      macromark When will this stick and the new ZWave plugin mentioned be available?

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        Originally posted by marthoc View Post
        macromark When will this stick and the new ZWave plugin mentioned be available?
        macromark will there also be an EU version?

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          [mention]macromark [/mention] , if you end up doing an EU version, will you also consider doing an AU version please?


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            John245 russr999 700 series chips allow for frequency changes in the field so this may be easier than originally thought. We should know more when we're closer to release.
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              Originally posted by macromark View Post
              John245 russr999 700 series chips allow for frequency changes in the field so this may be easier than originally thought. We should know more when we're closer to release.
              macromark Will this smartstick work together with the Z-NET v1. I own 3 Z-Net's (one defect) with the EU Z-wave chip on board.

              And more important can the information from the Z-Net v1 restored to the new solution.

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                macromark Obviously this is off in the future, but is there an updated ZNet with a 700 series chip on the roadmap?

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                  Originally posted by marthoc View Post
                  macromark Obviously this is off in the future, but is there an updated ZNet with a 700 series chip on the roadmap?
                  And if the frequency could be changed, an onboard EU version should also possible.

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                    Originally posted by John245 View Post

                    macromark Will this smartstick work together with the Z-NET v1. I own 3 Z-Net's (one defect) with the EU Z-wave chip on board.

                    And more important can the information from the Z-Net v1 restored to the new solution.

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                    John
                    Users should be able to 'upgrade' to the SmartStick+ G3 with and export/import process. We have been working on that specific feature for some months and appear to have it implemented.

                    Originally posted by marthoc View Post
                    macromark Obviously this is off in the future, but is there an updated ZNet with a 700 series chip on the roadmap?
                    Yes, we are working on that as well.
                    Originally posted by John245 View Post

                    And if the frequency could be changed, an onboard EU version should also possible.

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                    Probably would be true. I don't know for sure yet.

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                      Originally posted by macromark View Post
                      John245 russr999 700 series chips allow for frequency changes in the field so this may be easier than originally thought. We should know more when we're closer to release.
                      Thanks macromark, some good news 😀
                      I'll wait until it is launched and hope for some good news 😎 Thanks for the update

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                        Originally posted by macromark View Post
                        Users should be able to 'upgrade' to the SmartStick+ G3 with and export/import process. We have been working on that specific feature for some months and appear to have it implemented.


                        Yes, we are working on that as well.

                        Probably would be true. I don't know for sure yet.
                        macromark it is a single SKU. So EU version shoulv be no issue.

                        See https://drzwave.blog/2018/12/19/z-wa...-announcement/

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by John245 View Post

                          macromark ...So EU version should be no issue.

                          John
                          There are ALWAYS more issues involved with marketing products outside of your own country, including regulations, certifications and distribution.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by marthoc View Post
                            macromark Obviously this is off in the future, but is there an updated ZNet with a 700 series chip on the roadmap?
                            Also curious if there has ever been any thought to adding a Zigbee radio to ZNet or making a Zigbee version of Znet? In general Zigbee has the same limitations as ZWave as to how many nodes you can add to a single hub before you start experiencing reliability issues. This is why hubs from Hue, Sengled, etc. only support 64 nodes and caution against actually installing more than 50.

                            I know you can create a mesh of Hubitats which will give you both radios in each location but that seems like an extra layer of complexity that you don't really need if Homeseer is managing your control logic. Just seems like a no brainer to want to install multiple ZNets to manage coverage and device count concerns so why not address the same issues for Zigbee at the same time?

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                              #15
                              There is a USB Z-Wave/ZigBee stick available from HomeSeer. It does not use the 700 series chip.

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