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# 252916 17-Jul-2019 08:08
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Currently shopping around to replace my cleverloop security setup and notice the wyze cameras.  Now these work on wifi (which is fine) however there new camera Sensor setup (to connect to doors/windows and motion detection units) are done by a clip on that is using RF band 915MHz.  I know there is a big deal about using stuff like this in NZ when importing from overseas.


So my question is can i use it?


info on device here




From what i have looked online it seems that you can use the 915MHz to 928Mhz 


I have had a look at however this is outside of my field of knowledge and background.


Any help would be great :)

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  # 2278056 17-Jul-2019 08:28
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That does indeed appear covered under that band. WIth a couple of provisions about power rating and so on


If you chuck 266324 into the search licence function on as it suggests, about page 3 has the 915-920 and 918-920 bracket an associated restrictions

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