EZSnsRF link 2 Switchlinc V2 w/ RF Doorknob remote 2007-09-01T04:00:39+00:00

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  • Anonymous
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    Got this thing to work once. Right out of the box.
    Hasn’t worked since. Here is what happens
    I unplug and plug the EZSnsRF. It blinks bright for a few seconds. Then it dimly glows steadily.

    I press the button for about 4 seconds, blinks slowly but with a dim light. I press my unlock button(RF Remote Door Knob,
    Item# 51891) and then the EZSnsRF blinks slowly but a bright light.
    I press the Switchlinc V2 on until the controlled lights blink twice. The EZSnsRF LED stays on steady but briefly.Then blnks with bright light rapidly
    It will blink rapidly for a while and then goes off. THen the LED come back on steady but dim. And of course the key fob doesn’t work

    What am I doing wrong? What is going on with the EZSnsRF?
    Please help.

    Ottermator

    Anonymous
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    The dim LED is a new feature in the PLM 5.2 version.
    It seems like you are no terminating the linking process after the LED goes off. At this point, tap the pushbutton on the side of the EZSnsRF a number of times (corresponding to how many 1/2 minutes you want to delay the off) or hold pushed for about 4 seconds.

    Anonymous
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    @simplehome wrote:

    The dim LED is a new feature in the PLM 5.2 version.
    It seems like you are no terminating the linking process after the LED goes off. At this point, tap the pushbutton on the side of the EZSnsRF a number of times (corresponding to how many 1/2 minutes you want to delay the off) or hold pushed for about 4 seconds.

    Not working yet
    THanx. However, the problem is EZSnsRf led doesnt go off after the SLV2 blinks the room light. It continues to rapidly blink and goes off.

    EZSnsRF state: LED dim and blinks slow
    I press RF keyfob
    EZSNsRF state: LED bright and blinks slowly
    I hold SLV2 on for several seconds until room blinks (usually blinks twice)
    EZSnsRF state: LED bright blinks rapidly (Doesn’t stop until several minutes pass)
    Is this the correct behavior for the EZSnsRF?
    What does the dim state mean versus the bright state? The quick-start guide doesn’t mention this.
    I pushed the button 4 seconds anyway (while LED bright and blinking rapidly) the blinking stopped. But I have no control with the RF keyfob and no light control.

    Thank you for your time.

    OMR

    Anonymous
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    Hello.
    Anybody there?

    Do you have updated instructions?

    The EZSnsRF is still not working for me.

    What is the difference between the dim light and the bright light as I asked previously?

    OMR

    Anonymous
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    Also where are te instructions for using the utility?

    Anonymous
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    Could you call our suport line?

    Anonymous
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    Thanx for the support, Al

    So we now know that the RF Remote Door Knob, Item# 51891 from SmartHome doesn’t work with the EZSNsrF. (Funny, the EZSnsRf does seem to register it. I just want to make the point 😆 )

    I’ll have to fall back to some kind of X10 motion sensor setup I guess
    🙄

    Let me know if your EZBridge can translate and insteon signal into an X10 signal. That would be great news for that part of my home I don’t want to drill
    a 4 or 5 corners up/down and sideways. not now anyway

    Anonymous
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    Good talking with you on the phone and sorry about the confusion.

    To clarify to everyone, the EZSnsRF is not a unversal RF receiver, but it only recognizes the Dakota Alert series 3000 transmitters. Apparently we have not made that clear in our literature.
    With the many different public and proprietary RF systems out there, it is virtually impossible for one manufacturer to support them all. The EZSnsRF works at 433.92 Mhz, and it uses narrow-band FSK as is modulation method. Thus the long range. Other systems like garage openers and X10 use ASK and different frequencies.
    As we just showed with the EZLQD, we intend to bring you additional sensors that will work with the EZSnsRF unit. Supporting this technology is very strategic for us.

    Anonymous
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    @simplehome wrote:

    Apparently we have not made that clear in our literature.

    No, you have made that clear.

    I’m not sure how you can make it any more clear; You are too polite…

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