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# 223474 1-Oct-2017 15:56
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I've got a few Z-Wave devices no longer in use due to moving;

 

  • Fibaro Dimmer 2 - FGD-212 - $70
  • Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 - FGB-002 - $10
  • Fibaro Dual Relay FGS-222 - $80
  • Aeotec Micro Smart Switch (2nd Edition) - $60

All NZ frequency, just over a year old and work well. Was using the Aeotec on the heated towel rail, the dual relay to control an electric damper for opening/closing ducted heating, and the dimmer on a lighting circuit.

 

Also have a Pine64 with NZ Z-Wave module if anyone is interested, was running Home-Assistant on this.

 

Will ship with Pass the Parcel/tracked courier for $4.95

 

Also welcome to make me an offer for multiple items etc. I'll put up on TradeMe in a bit if no interest

 

 


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  # 1875535 1-Oct-2017 16:11
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Little bit cheeky, but would you entertain $200 for the lot?

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  # 1875563 1-Oct-2017 17:47
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I could also be interested in the lot, but appreciate this isn't an auction.

 

Which z-wave module is with the Pine64?


 
 
 
 


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  # 1875569 1-Oct-2017 18:05
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PM'd.




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  # 1947947 28-Jan-2018 21:11
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Sorry all forgot to update the thread.

 

The dual relay and the switch are still available, as is the Pine64

 

  • Fibaro Dual Relay FGS-222 - $80
  • Aeotec Micro Smart Switch (2nd Edition) - $60

 

 

The Pine64 has the PMZW03 AU/NZ Z-Wave module

 

– 1.2 GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit Processor. Executes both 64 and 32 Bit for scalable high performance.
– Dual I/O expansion slots
– Dual Core Mali 400 MP2 Graphics card
– 1GB DDR3 Memory
– Integrated Display engine with HDMI 1.4a
– 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet Port

 

8GB MicroSD Android
PINE64 ABS Enclosure
802.11BGN Wifi/ BT4.0 Module
PINE64 Z-WAVE Module AU - PMZW03

 

 


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  # 1947955 28-Jan-2018 21:57
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How much for the Pine64?




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  # 1948012 29-Jan-2018 07:59
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$70 for the Pine or PM me if you had a price in mind


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