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# 207398 22-Dec-2016 13:38
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selling off my zwave stuff, moved house took it out of old, not putting it in new.




Various things, 


6 aeotec 4in1 motion sensors, $50 each


bunch of aeotec light switch modules (series 2) $50 each


some series 1 aeotec light switch modules (some are dimmers) $40 each


a VISION Z-Wave DeadBolt Keypad, $200 


1 recessed door sensor $40


2 door sensors $40


1 4in1 door sensor (motion sensor on it as well) $60


battery alarm siren $60




Free delivery in NZ.


Open to offers for the lot.  Happy to have someone view before buying.  No original boxes or anything.   Most parts bought through ebay, active automation,  All NZ 942.21mhz frequency.

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  # 1693842 22-Dec-2016 13:52
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Any downside to the Series 1 stuff - I assume just Z-Wave standard rather than Plus, and probably a bit bigger?


The series 2 light switch modules are they just the relays? Could be interested in a dimmer or two

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  # 1693848 22-Dec-2016 14:00
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have some double switches for series 1 and 2 looking through the box.


think series 2 was just a redesign to make things a little smaller, series 1 were black, series 2 were white.


also have a garage door module (which is effectively just a relay switch you can trigger) plugs directly into power and 2 wires to feed into your garage door unit $75 for that.




these are the series 1 ones i have




the recessed door sensor


the 4 in 1 door sensor




and these are the series 2 ones i have



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