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  • macromark
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    Originally posted by LeoS View Post
    I'm using a few UZB w/ Digi AnywhereUSB (refurb ones from Ebay); this also work over ethernet, about 2/3 cost of Z-Net, can accomodate multiple USB ports and VM friendly as well.
    You do realize you're posting this in a thread that was designed to encourage us to develop the Z-NET for Europe, right?

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  • LeoS
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    Originally posted by Moskus View Post
    Either switch to UZB1 (which is a better, and cheaper device) or get a Z-Net (which uses ethernet instead of USB, and is therefore easier to place, and is a godsent to those of us who is using virtualization).
    I'm using a few UZB w/ Digi AnywhereUSB (refurb ones from Ebay); this also work over ethernet, about 2/3 cost of Z-Net, can accomodate multiple USB ports and VM friendly as well.

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  • Moskus
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    Originally posted by AshaiRey View Post
    Can someone fill me in why i should use a z-net over an aon usb z-stick for example? The only thing is see that is useful is that you can use it remotely. Do i miss something here?
    Z-stick (2) does not support Plus, and more importantly: IT CANNOT BE BACKED UP!

    Either switch to UZB1 (which is a better, and cheaper device) or get a Z-Net (which uses ethernet instead of USB, and is therefore easier to place, and is a godsent to those of us who is using virtualization).

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  • AshaiRey
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    Can someone fill me in why i should use a z-net over an aon usb z-stick for example? The only thing is see that is useful is that you can use it remotely. Do i miss something here?

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  • John245
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    Originally posted by macromark View Post
    Sure - let us know how it works for you after a time.
    I will report my experiences

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  • Moskus
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    Mine is due tomorrow. You'll be the first to know.

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  • macromark
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    Originally posted by John245 View Post
    Installed my first Z-NET EU successfully including migration from a Z-Wave.Me USB stick.

    Great job done Homeseer.

    Thanks, Thanks, Thanks
    ---
    John
    Sure - let us know how it works for you after a time.

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  • John245
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    Z-NET EU Install

    Installed my first Z-NET EU successfully including migration from a Z-Wave.Me USB stick.

    Great job done Homeseer.

    Thanks, Thanks, Thanks
    ---
    John

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  • mminehan
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    Are there any plans at all to release an AU/NZ version? I understand that the demand is very low but it would make Z-Wave so much better for me, rather than the intermittently working system that it currently is.

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  • LeoS
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    Originally posted by macromark View Post
    Can this be mixed with Zwave.me's UZB sticks? Since both products are zwave plus compatible.

    (mixed as in sharing a house id and only one act as main controller and the rest are secondary controllers)
    Last edited by macromark; September 29, 2015, 10:17 AM.

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  • Moskus
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    Originally posted by macromark View Post
    YES!!!!!
    Last edited by macromark; September 29, 2015, 10:17 AM.

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  • macromark
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    Originally posted by NicolaiL View Post
    Yes, I prefer to use my own. As far as I understand you guys would ship me a plug-converter, rather than a native UK plug. I'd rather avoid using the plug converters, even if it means buying a cable (or power supply locally).
    Ok but make sure you get a good power supply as the cheap ones don't tend to regulate power to well.

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk

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  • NicolaiL
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    Originally posted by macromark View Post
    OK, great! Noticed you didn't order the UK plug adapters... you have your own?
    Yes, I prefer to use my own. As far as I understand you guys would ship me a plug-converter, rather than a native UK plug. I'd rather avoid using the plug converters, even if it means buying a cable (or power supply locally).

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  • macromark
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    Originally posted by NicolaiL View Post
    Yeah. My order is in. Just in time for a big customer product where the ability to use multiple controllers remote from the HS3 box is going to be key.
    OK, great! Noticed you didn't order the UK plug adapters... you have your own?

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  • NicolaiL
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    Yeah. My order is in. Just in time for a big customer product where the ability to use multiple controllers remote from the HS3 box is going to be key.

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