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    HomeTroller Zee S2 is Z-Wave Plus Certified!

    Our HomeTroller Zee S2 is officially Z-Wave Plus certified, as of today. The new unit is slated to start shipping next week.

    Specifications
    CPU: 960 MHz Quad-core
    RAM: 1 GB
    Storage: 8 GB MicroSD
    Ports: (4) USB, LAN, HDMI, Split Audio
    Software: HS3-Pi-2 (accepts 5 Linux drivers (plug-ins) or your choice)

    HTZ-S2 Certification Page: http://products.z-wavealliance.org/products/1309

    HomeSeer Certification Page: http://products.z-wavealliance.org/S...hText=homeseer
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    #2
    Originally posted by macromark View Post
    Software: HS3-Pi-2 (accepts 5 Linux drivers (plug-ins) or your choice)
    can it be third party plug-ins?
    is it 5 plug-ins running at the same time, or 5 plug-ins installed?
    does multiple instances of the same plug-in count as one plug-in?

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      #3
      Will the EU version start shipping soon also or?
      Certified installer for HomeSeer, Control4, KNX and Eaton/xComfort

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        #4
        Originally posted by U5tabil View Post
        Will the EU version start shipping soon also or?
        Strangely I can't see anything that says this is US only, but presumably that must be the case given that it has a built-in Z-chip. Even the Alliance certification page is ambiguous where it says:

        Z-Wave Product Information
        Supports Z-Wave Beaming Technology? Yes
        Supports Z-Wave Network Security? Yes
        Supports Z-Wave AES-128 Security? Yes
        Z-Wave Technical Information
        Z-Wave Frequency: Not Applicable
        Z-Wave Device Type / Role Type: Central Controller / Central Static Controller
        cheeryfool

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          #5
          We do plan to offer a slightly different configuration for use overseas. That will be announced fairly soon.
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            #6
            Just wondering. If you have a Zee from before and want to upgrade. Will it be possible to transfer your setup over to the Zee2? Like all events etc. And how would you do with the Z-wave stick etc?
            Last edited by U5tabil; May 15, 2015, 04:44 AM.
            Certified installer for HomeSeer, Control4, KNX and Eaton/xComfort

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              #7
              Originally posted by macromark View Post
              Our HomeTroller Zee S2 is officially Z-Wave Plus certified, as of today. The new unit is slated to start shipping next week.

              Specifications
              CPU: 960 MHz Quad-core
              RAM: 1 GB
              Storage: 8 GB MicroSD
              Ports: (4) USB, LAN, HDMI, Split Audio
              Software: HS3-Pi-2 (accepts 5 Linux drivers (plug-ins) or your choice)

              HTZ-S2 Certification Page: http://products.z-wavealliance.org/products/1309

              HomeSeer Certification Page: http://products.z-wavealliance.org/S...hText=homeseer
              Mark,

              Is the HomeTroller Zee S2, capable of addressing, Z-Wave and X-10,and Insteon, atthe same time.

              Meaning, could I check a Z-Wave sensor, and based on reponse send an X-10 command.

              Dom

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                #8
                Originally posted by macromark View Post
                Our HomeTroller Zee S2 is officially Z-Wave Plus certified, as of today. The new unit is slated to start shipping next week.

                Specifications
                CPU: 960 MHz Quad-core
                RAM: 1 GB
                Storage: 8 GB MicroSD
                Ports: (4) USB, LAN, HDMI, Split Audio
                Software: HS3-Pi-2 (accepts 5 Linux drivers (plug-ins) or your choice)

                HTZ-S2 Certification Page: http://products.z-wavealliance.org/products/1309

                HomeSeer Certification Page: http://products.z-wavealliance.org/S...hText=homeseer
                Mark,

                Can the HomeTroller Zee S2, run several protocol simultaniously.

                Meaning, can I check a Z-Wave sensor, and send an X-10 command based on sensors response.

                Thanks

                Dom

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by poordom View Post
                  Mark,

                  Can the HomeTroller Zee S2, run several protocol simultaniously.

                  Meaning, can I check a Z-Wave sensor, and send an X-10 command based on sensors response.

                  Thanks

                  Dom
                  Absolutely. You would need to connect an X10 CM11a, CM15a or TI103 interface to the unit to control X10.
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                    #10
                    Thanks Mark,

                    If that is the case, I will be ordering one next Friday.

                    Dom

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by poordom View Post
                      Thanks Mark,

                      If that is the case, I will be ordering one next Friday.

                      Dom
                      Excellent!
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                        #12
                        HomeTroller Zee S2

                        Originally posted by macromark View Post
                        Excellent!
                        Well Mark,

                        I just couldn't wait any longer, so I ordered it Yesterday, the 19th.

                        J have been waiting for a system, just like the HomeTroller Zee S2 for a long time, I hope the unit is as friendly as I expect.

                        I have been a Home Automation enthusiast for about 30 years, my present system is an Ocelot which I will be selling, it has served me well, but I guess my lack of skills and my taste for graphics, helps making the switch.

                        I will keep you abreast.

                        Dom

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                          #13
                          I hate these "boards" I can never find anything - or more correctly I find THOUSANDS of postings that still don't lead me anywhere...

                          So - I have a Zee2 - how to I move my HS3 data to it and retire my 100+Watt old computer and instead have the Zee2 do all the HS3 server work using a mere 5W (and not heating up my cabinet!).

                          I have 45 Z-Wave nodes so I really don't want to join then all again and build a new network.

                          If someone can point me to a posting I would much appreciate it (and why isn't it sticky at the top of this thread with a title like "how to move your PC based HS3 to the Zee2")?

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                            #14
                            I wish. I have been waiting for those questions to be answered for a while as well. Not going to make purchase decision until I see answers. Several other posts asking related questions with no answers.

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                              #15
                              ZeeS2 vs X-10 CM15A

                              Originally posted by macromark View Post
                              Excellent!
                              Good afternoon Mark,

                              A short note to let you know, that I have purchased and received my ZeeS2.

                              Now to more serious issues.

                              Several users have asked about the problem we are having with the communication issue between the ZeeS2 and the X-10 CM15.

                              There is a ticket out there, which to my knowledge, has not be answered yet.

                              Since a great number of us own the CM15, it would be nice to have this communication issue cleared up, otherwise, I will have to return the unit, since my home is automated by X-10 product.

                              Anxiously awaiting an answer.

                              Kind Regards.

                              Dom

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