List of Unsupported Devices that Work with V2
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*EDITED*   I had a bad one, no issues pairing the good one, lol   

 

You list the "Everspring Screw-In Lamp Module" as an unsupported device that work with V2.  May I ask how you paired them?  I bought two but have been unsuccessful so far.

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This is for v1 but the procedure is the same.  Just put the v2 hub in pairing mode by selecting add device and follow the instructions in the video.

 

 

 Thanks, worked just fine for one.  Apparently the other is bad and I kept trying the same bad one over and over 

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 Thanks, worked just fine for one.  Apparently the other is bad and I kept trying the same bad one over and over 

 

Try to find a reset procedure for it.  Also just make sure you are close to the hub during pairing.

 

Edit:  It is z wave.  So use the z wave tool on the hub and use the same procedure as pairing on the non working device to reset it and then try to pair again.

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Just paired a Leviton z-wave appliance module from Home Depot. It has been connected to my Wink hub for a year or so.

Model # R02-DZPA1-1LW

Paired quickly, let me set a schedule and operates in the app like any other smart plug.

Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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Best thing I read above is that better cameras are coming.

 

I've been waiting quite a while for a better option!

 

Since that post was made, we have received one new camera.  I am not sure of what others if any, may follow.

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Anyone know if the Aeon Labs DSC11-ZWUS,White, US,AL001 Aeotec

Z-Wave Smart Energy Power Strip works with Iris or SmartThings?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00H3RL6JW/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=39UFVQ4HZBI2E&coliid=I3PL4XJ00G7M4B

Has 6 outlets, 2 are always on, and the other four can be individually

addressed and controlled on/off or all four can be controlled as a group.

Has surge and overcurrent protection and reports on power use of each outlet.

It uses the Z-Wave 500 series chip.

http://aeotec.com/z-wave-500-series-module-chip

I would say after reading their description of the 500 series chip that no matter what

brand Z-Wave product you buy look for what series chip it uses and only get the 500 series

or newer. The 500 series has more memory, and almost double the range plus AES 128 bit security.

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Is support for the GE #12726 Z-Wave 40 Amp,

Direct Wire Smart Switch in the works or planned?

• Remotely controls the on/off functions of water heaters,

landscape lighting, spas, pool pumps and heaters and more

• Weather-resistant, rugged designed housing suitable for use

outdoors in damp or wet conditions

• Lockable, tamper-resistant metal case keeps out dirt/debris

and keeps settings and wiring secure

• Energy monitoring capability allows remote monitoring of watt

and kilowatt hours with compatible Z-Wave systems, including SmartThings and Vera

• Front-mounted LED lights indicating power and on/off status

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Are there plans for direct support of the Nucleus Anywhere Intercom,

Lowes Item # 782259 Model # N1001R31 other than through its integration

with Alexa?

With its big touch screen it seems like a natural for a version of the

mobile app to run on and provide control of all devices. Would make a

good replacement for the simple keypad.

Right now its on sale for $100 off.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Nucleus-Anywhere-Intercom-Works-with-Alexa/999990374?int_cmp=SmartHomeSecurity:C1:Electrical:Merch:BF_Nucleus_SV_112416

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Press release from CES this year

 

http://m.marketwired.com/press-release/nucleus-to-debut-at-lowes-nyse-low-2085683.htm

 

It's also listed as a device on the IrisByLowes.com site but obviously not yet on the iris platform.

 

https://www.irisbylowes.com/products/#!/

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Are the Schlage locksets getting dropped from Iris support and if so what does that mean for those who already have them.

Schlage Camelot Bright Brass Electronic Entry Door Lever

(Works with Iris) Item # 451289 Model # FE599IR CAM 505

The lockset above appears in the 'works with iris' list on

Lowes website, but when you try to buy one it says;

"This item is no longer available on Lowes.com."

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Schlage-Camelot-Bright-Brass-Electronic-Entry-Door-Lever-Works-with-Iris/4220852

I want Schlage so I can match the other locks on the property and also want bright brass to match the rest of my door hardware. They have never stocked the brass version in any of my local stores only the brushed nickel which looks nice but everyone wants that. So can't find it in the store and can't buy it online, pretty much hosed.

Another ding for Iris.

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Yes and frankly I thought they already were.  I'll do some digging around and get back on this.

I'd like to replace my V1 keypad by the door with ne of these especially while there is a $100 savings.

Guess I could buy it, keep it in the box, and return it within 30 days if support doesn't become more than a rumor.

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Are the Schlage locksets getting dropped from Iris support and if so what does that mean for those who already have them.

Schlage Camelot Bright Brass Electronic Entry Door Lever

(Works with Iris) Item # 451289 Model # FE599IR CAM 505

The lockset above appears in the 'works with iris' list on

Lowes website, but when you try to buy one it says;

"This item is no longer available on Lowes.com."

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Schlage-Camelot-Bright-Brass-Electronic-Entry-Door-Lever-Works-with-Iris/4220852

I want Schlage so I can match the other locks on the property and also want bright brass to match the rest of my door hardware. They have never stocked the brass version in any of my local stores only the brushed nickel which looks nice but everyone wants that. So can't find it in the store and can't buy it online, pretty much hosed.

Another ding for Iris.

You could probably buy one direct from Schlage.

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Are the Schlage locksets getting dropped from Iris support and if so what does that mean for those who already have them.

 

No, Schlage is not being dropped.  It appears that the particular model you are looking for has been discontinued by Lowe's.  However, they are still available from other sources.

 

https://www.build.com/schlage-fe599nxcam-acc/s765534?uid=1967238

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No, Schlage is not being dropped.  It appears that the particular model you are looking for has been discontinued by Lowe's.  However, they are still available from other sources.

 

https://www.build.com/schlage-fe599nxcam-acc/s765534?uid=1967238

I'd be a little careful. The model number in this lock is "NX" vs "IR" which tells me it's for the nexia system and would probably have different firmware. May work and may not.

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I'd be a little careful. The model number in this lock is "NX" vs "IR" which tells me it's for the nexia system and would probably have different firmware. May work and may not.

 

I haven't tried the different models but others have reported that they will work.

 

http://forum.livingwithiris.com/index.php?/topic/1025-schlage-camelot-deadbolt/

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No, Schlage is not being dropped.  It appears that the particular model you are looking for has been discontinued by Lowe's.  However, they are still available from other sources.

 

https://www.build.com/schlage-fe599nxcam-acc/s765534?uid=1967238

Thanks, I'll consider this model, but worried about full functionality with Iris since it is not a "Works with Iris" version. I don't want to pay $200 for a piece of hardware that will be crippled by Iris.

The manual is on the site you referenced which is nice. Does Iris do that for all their hardware. It's nice when as a user you can see what you're getting into with installation, size/weight, programming, configuration, etc. and decide before you buy. Aeon Labs seems to do this for all their hardware too.

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