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  • GE

    GE 45600 Z-Wave Basic Handheld Remote

    Home Improvement (GE)

    Rating (62 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    GE

    Works with Vera Controllers, but you must know how to program

    Let me just start off by saying that this remote is one of the hardest things to get right with the Vera Lite controller I have. But once you know how to do it, it's not that bad. Here's the tricks I learned by putting together a bunch of stuff on other blogs and bulletins from other users (thanks to them).1. If you use this as a secondary controller with the Vera acting as the primary, I don't believe it will control the lights with the LIGHTS option on the remote. But it can control SCENES so just create scenes on your Vera for it to control.2. To get it working, simply pair the GE remote to the Vera just like it was another Z-Wave light module. Put the Vera into Pairing Mode and on the GE, press and hold down the SETUP button until the green and red lights flash twice. Then enter the programming code 967. After they pair, the GE remote will show up on the Vera device dashboard as a Scene Controller.3. Now create some scenes on the Vera and... 3/5 PK88 "PSK" (San Jose, CA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GE 45600 Z-Wave Basic Handheld Remote (Tools & Home Improvement) Let me just start off by saying that this remote is one of the hardest things to get right with the Vera Lite controller I have. But once you know how to do it, it's not that bad. Here's the tricks I learned by putting together a bunch of stuff on other blogs and bulletins from other users (thanks to them).1. If you use this as a secondary controller with the Vera acting as the primary, I don't believe it will control the lights with the LIGHTS option on the remote. But it can control SCENES so just create scenes on your Vera for it to control.2. To get it working, simply pair the GE remote to the Vera just like it was another Z-Wave light module. Put the Vera into Pairing Mode and on the GE, press and hold down the SETUP button until the green and red lights flash twice. Then enter the programming code 967. After they pair, the GE remote will show up on the Vera device dashboard as a Scene Controller.3. Now create some scenes on the Vera and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 2, 2012

    Great product, but rely on the internet for programming instructions.

    If the manual was well written this would be a five star review.This remote was added to an existing Z-Wave network that consisted of only Instamatic products. I'm guessing that most people will want to use this as a secondary remote due to the lack of an LCD display so I hope that I can save you some time. Once your existing master remote is set to transmit your network configuration, all you need to do on this remote is hold setup until the two LEDs blink and press 967. This was not clear in the manual that came with the remote though I understand GE is working to rewrite the instructions. Again, this advice is coming from someone with an Instamatic controller and Instamatic devices.The other issue that is unclear is the shift command to utilize the 10 through 18 register. One would think that shift + 1 would be 11 but with this remote, that would trigger event 10. For example, I have outdoor lighting set to scene 12. To turn this on I would need to... 4/5 Steve - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GE 45600 Z-Wave Basic Handheld Remote (Tools & Home Improvement) If the manual was well written this would be a five star review.This remote was added to an existing Z-Wave network that consisted of only Instamatic products. I'm guessing that most people will want to use this as a secondary remote due to the lack of an LCD display so I hope that I can save you some time. Once your existing master remote is set to transmit your network configuration, all you need to do on this remote is hold setup until the two LEDs blink and press 967. This was not clear in the manual that came with the remote though I understand GE is working to rewrite the instructions. Again, this advice is coming from someone with an Instamatic controller and Instamatic devices.The other issue that is unclear is the shift command to utilize the 10 through 18 register. One would think that shift + 1 would be 11 but with this remote, that would trigger event 10. For example, I have outdoor lighting set to scene 12. To turn this on I would need to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 16, 2011

    Works great, but eats batteries

    0 3/5 Mike (Anaheim Hills, CA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GE 45600 Z-Wave Basic Handheld Remote (Tools & Home Improvement) I am using this remote as a secondary controller with a GE Simon XT alarm system as the master. The basic programming (adding a light) was simple. Making it a secondary controller took some "trial and error" due to a lack of clarity of the instructions.Now that I have it programmed, it works great! My only disappointment is that that batteries only last about a month under what I would consider minimal usage.By the way, I was successful in programming it a secondary controller by the using the programming sequence under "Copying Network and/or Device Information to this Remote" on pages 11 and 12 of the instruction manual. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 7, 2012
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    Z-wave
    Receives notification that command has been received
    Control on/off or brightness settings of Z-Wave enabled lights with the touch of a button
    Controls Entire Home With One Remote
    Provides direct control of up to 18 individual lights
    Wireless
    Compact ergonomic design for comfortable, one-hand operation
    Create and control up to 18 groups and 18 scenes


  • QUARK

    Z-Wave Hand-Held Remote Control with LCD

    Home Improvement (QUARK)

    Rating (65 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    QUARK

    Troubleshooting tip and review

    First, the display is not backlit (-1 star), nor are any of the buttons. Forget working this device in the dark. Second, the remote has a quirk that may make you think that the remote (or a device) is not working! It's not really broke, though, so hold off on returning it ...Here it is - how I 'fixed' my remote:If the remote does not recognize a module, "removing" the module on the remote WILL NOT WORK. You need to "DELETE" the module. "Delete" and "Remove" are NOT the same. "Reset" will NOT work. I was about to return the remote and the module that I bought, totally convinced that one or the other was broke! Follow the directions for "deleting" a device, and then try adding the device again.A second tip - holding down the button on a module/device will NOT do anything positive. Press it once, and release it immediately. Do not think that "maybe a really good press will help".Now that I have "fixed" my remote, I like the product. The remote... 4/5 J. Hall (El cajon, ca United States) - See all my reviews, September 19, 2010

    Great little Z-Wave remote

    I first bought an Intermatic HA09C remote but after being unimpressed I got this GE 45601. The GE remote is WELL worth the extra $18 and is currently now the primary z-wave controller in my house.Pros:1) Can individually control 18 devices with a shift key and 9 rocker switches2) Can control 9 timed events (on + off are 1 event), which means it has an internal clock/calender, timed events can be enabled/disabled, events can trigger groups/scenes/individual devices3) Can create groups and scenes, which I don't believe have to be the same as the 18 direct rocker controlled devices (you can add devices not assigned directly to a rocker)4) Has a small text lcd to help in programming and labels (programmable) for devices.5) Can set custom device options, like dim ramp rate (you need to know the technical details of the option, like set device option 1 to a value of 2)6) Controls thermostats7)... 5/5 Jan Bottorff (San Ramon, CA) - See all my reviews, November 1, 2008

    Works great with ADT Pulse. but setup is tricky

    I still don't know if I can get this to sync with my TZ45 Z Wave thermostat since it is already synced to my iHub and I'd have to unpair it in order to attempt that, but it works with lights and it is super cheap! I spent hours trying to figure out how to get this to work with my ADT Pulse Z-Wave system. The instructions don't explain that. It explains how to add lights and devices, but not how to sync it with existing hubs. Here are the steps.1) Place the iHub and the remote near each other.2) At the Web Portal, use the Add Device wizard to add an inclusion controller.3) On the GE/Jasco Remote, press and hold SETUP until the display reads LGHT SETUP.4) Use either Arrow key to scroll until the display reads TRANSFER.5) Press OK and the screen will display PRIMARY.6) Use either arrow key to scroll until the display reads RECEIVE,7) Press OK and the Screen will display RECEIVING.8) When... 4/5 Reader44 (USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Z-Wave Hand-Held Remote Control with LCD (Tools & Home Improvement) I still don't know if I can get this to sync with my TZ45 Z Wave thermostat since it is already synced to my iHub and I'd have to unpair it in order to attempt that, but it works with lights and it is super cheap! I spent hours trying to figure out how to get this to work with my ADT Pulse Z-Wave system. The instructions don't explain that. It explains how to add lights and devices, but not how to sync it with existing hubs. Here are the steps.1) Place the iHub and the remote near each other.2) At the Web Portal, use the Add Device wizard to add an inclusion controller.3) On the GE/Jasco Remote, press and hold SETUP until the display reads LGHT SETUP.4) Use either Arrow key to scroll until the display reads TRANSFER.5) Press OK and the screen will display PRIMARY.6) Use either arrow key to scroll until the display reads RECEIVE,7) Press OK and the Screen will display RECEIVING.8) When... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 10, 2012
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    Z-Wave Basic Handheld Remote - GE

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