Z-Wave Plug-in Appliance Module
The Linear PS15Z-2 is a Z-Wave controllable appliance module. The device plugs into a standard 120VAC power outlet. There are two grounde...
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The Linear PS15Z-2 is a Z-Wave controllable appliance module. The device plugs into a standard 120VAC power outlet. There are two grounded (3-prong) power outlets on this unit; one of which can be controlled using a Z-Wave technology. The Z-Wave ready outlet supports incandescent loads up to 600 Watts, resistive loads up to 15 Amps (1800 Watts), and a 1/2 HP motor! The other outlet is simply a pass-through that offers constant power so that the module does not occupy any power receptacle real estate.
The PS15Z-2 is an excellent beginner Z-Wave device. The installation requires absolutely zero electrical knowledge and the including process is just as easy. This is a great device to experiment with including/excluding Z-Wave nodes from a Z-Wave controller. In order to add the PS15Z-2 to your Z-wave network you will need to put the controller in "inclusion mode." This will vary based on the controller. Since we specialize in security, the most popular controllers are the L5100-ZWAVE for the Honeywell LYNX Touch series, the Tuxedo Touch and the VAM for the Honeywell VISTA P series. Also, the 2GIG Go!Control has a factory equipped controller built into the control panel.
Using your controller's user guide you will need to activate inclusion mode. Once in inclusion mode you can tap the learning button on the dimmer module twice. Be patient. Z-wave is a bit latent when it comes to inclusion. Wait for a few minutes before testing after inclusion. The first troubleshooting step for faulty Z-wave devices is to exclude and re-include the device. For this device, exclusion is the same process as inclusion. Place the controller in "exclusion mode" and tap the ID button twice on the module. Then you can try to re-include if desired.
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