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GE Z-Wave 45602 User Manual

Wireless lighting control on/off/dim lamp module.
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Wireless Lighting Control
On/Off/Dim
Lamp Module
Z-Wave
Certified
®
Wireless Lighting Control
45602

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    Wireless Lighting Control On/Off/Dim Lamp Module Z-Wave Certified ® Wireless Lighting Control ™ 45602...

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    Introduction: Thank you for your purchase of a GE Z-Wave control ® device. Z-Wave technology is designed to automate ® lighting/home control and provide easy remote operation of all your Z-wave enabled devices. The GE Z-Wave product ® ® family includes a variety of devices to control lighting in your home.

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    to the system and will also act as range extenders if they support this function of repeating the signal received to other nodes in the system. Manual/Program button Standard AC outlet Z-wave outlet (other end) The incandescent lighting plugged into the Z-Wave controlled outlet on this module must ®...

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    For these reasons, we recommend the following: 1. Assign Z-Wave controlled appliances to device numbers 10 – 18 on the GE remote. The likelihood of unintentionally turning on the appliance will be reduced significantly because the “Shift” button will need to be pressed before pressing device numbers 10-18.

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    Z-Wave enabled devices installed in the control network. GE Z-Wave Network Every Z-Wave enabled device acts as a signal repeater and multiple devices result in more possible transmission routes which helps eliminate “RF dead-spots”.

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    Effects of Home Construction on Wireless Range Between Z-Wave Enabled Devices. Note: The distances shown in the table below are typical examples. Actual performance in your home will vary. From the Remote (or repeating Z-Wave module) to destination device: Number of Walls or Obstacles * For Plug-in Modules or In-Wall Devices Installed in Plastic Junction...

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    Please Note: Z-Wave home control networks are designed to work properly alongside 802.11 wireless computer networks, Bluetooth and other 2.4GHz or 5.8GHz devices. Some baby cams, wireless video devices and older cordless phones using the 900MHz frequency range may cause interference and limit Z-Wave functionality. Many 900MHz products have a switch to select channel “A”...

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    Remote Control GE Z-Wave remotes provide control of an Individual device, Groups of devices and Scenes. Other brands of Z-Wave Certified remotes may not offer as much flexibility in how you can set up your lighting control network.

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    - Once the module is part of the network, the same basic procedure is used to add the module to groups or scenes. Refer to the primary controller’s instructions for details. Please Note: After a power failure, the 45602 module returns to its last used ON/OFF/DIM state. ADVANCED OPERATION...

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    All On/All Off Depending upon your primary controller, the 45602 lamp module can be set to respond to ALL ON and ALL OFF commands in up to four different ways. Some controllers may not be able to change the response from its default setting.

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    Dim Rate Adjustments Both the number of steps (or levels) that the dimmer will change and the timing of the steps can be modified to suit personal preferences. The timing of the steps can be adjusted in 10 millisecond intervals. As an example, the default setting for parameter 8 is “3”.

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    Ignore Start Level When Receiving Dim Commands Please note: Every “Dim” command from your remote controller includes a start level embedded in it. The 45602 can be set to ignore the start level that is part of the dim command. Setting parameter 5 to a value of 0 will cause the 45602 to dim or brighten from the start level embedded in the command.

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    Z-Wave certified products, your controller must include the appropriate device classifications in order to control non-lighting Z-wave devices. As an example, the GE 45600 Basic Remote is designed only for controlling Z-Wave devices using the lighting control classification. The GE 45601 Advanced Remote with LCD readout can control other Z- Wave certified devices like thermostats as well as lighting.

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    U2Z45602-3 The Federal Communication Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement includes the following paragraph: The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B Digital Device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

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    RF exposure requirements and void user’s authority to operate the device. Compliance with IC Rules and Regulations IC: 6924A-45602A3 Jasco Products Company Model: 45602 ZW3101 This Class B digital device complies with Canadian ICES-003. SPECIFICATIONS Power 120VAC, 60Hz Signal (Frequency) 908.42 MHz...

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    General Electric Company and is used under license to Jasco Products Company LLC, 10 E Memorial Rd., Oklahoma GE SmartHome ™ City, Oklahoma 73114 Made in China Hecho en China All brand names shown are trademarks of their respective owners.

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