Do European wall light switches (230v) work on 60Hz?
For Z-Wave products that will work in Europe, check out this comprehensive list. The specifications for devices are available for each device. The electrical specification on most devices is 230VAC 50Hz. What band does Z-Wave operate on and is this secured by 128-bit encryption or better? Z-Wave operates in the U.S. at 908.42MHz and in Europe at 868.42MHz. If you are utilizing the latest firmware (5.02) it is secured by 128-bit encryption. It’s worth noting that the 2.4GHz and 5.1GHz systems do not work in older houses due to the aluminum insulation backer. I have been doing lighting automation with UPB SW-7 devices from Web Mountain Technology. These wall switches act as 16-scene receivers, and simultaneously as single-to-quad scene transmitters. In my initial search for similarly functioning Z-Wave devices, I find only separate transmitters and receivers, not combination devices. Do such devices exist? There are four- and five-button controllers available. Some have local control giv