Internet #206590919

Model # FS20Z-1

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GoControl Discontinued

Z-Wave In-Wall Fixture Module

Frequently Bought Together

Frequently Bought Together

Product Overview

The Linear FS20Z-1 Isolated Contact Fixture Module can be mounted in a single- or multi-gang electrical box to operate loads or control relay-based devices. The relay can be isolated for dry contact applications or powered to switch live loads. This device can operate loads of up to 277-Volt. Possible Applications: Commercial Lighting, In-Ceiling Lighting/fans, Dry-Contact Relays, Pool Pumps, Water Heaters.
  • Isolated contacts: 20 Amp G.P. maximum, 277 VAC, 10 FLA, 60 LRA, 250 VAC, motor: 1 H.P. maximum, 120/240 VAC, incandescent: TV8 (Tungsten), 120 VAC, 960-Watt maximum
  • Signal (frequency): 908.42MHz
  • J-box mounted
  • Dry or wet contact applications
  • Range: up to 100 ft. line of sight between the controller and/or the closest Z-Wave device
  • Input: 120 VAC, 50/60Hz
  • Network wide inclusion
  • Security beaming
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Product Overview

Model #: FS20Z-1
Internet #: 206590919

The Linear FS20Z-1 Isolated Contact Fixture Module can be mounted in a single- or multi-gang electrical box to operate loads or control relay-based devices. The relay can be isolated for dry contact applications or powered to switch live loads. This device can operate loads of up to 277-Volt. Possible Applications: Commercial Lighting, In-Ceiling Lighting/fans, Dry-Contact Relays, Pool Pumps, Water Heaters.

  • Isolated contacts: 20 Amp G.P. maximum, 277 VAC, 10 FLA, 60 LRA, 250 VAC, motor: 1 H.P. maximum, 120/240 VAC, incandescent: TV8 (Tungsten), 120 VAC, 960-Watt maximum
  • Signal (frequency): 908.42MHz
  • J-box mounted
  • Dry or wet contact applications
  • Range: up to 100 ft. line of sight between the controller and/or the closest Z-Wave device
  • Input: 120 VAC, 50/60Hz
  • Network wide inclusion
  • Security beaming
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Details

Accessory Type
Appliance and Receptacle Control
Color Family
White
Electrical Product Type
Dimmer/Lighting/Control Part/Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty against manufacturer defect

Specifications

Details

Accessory Type
Appliance and Receptacle Control
Color Family
White
Electrical Product Type
Dimmer/Lighting/Control Part/Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty against manufacturer defect

Questions & Answers

Can this be placed in a fan housing to remotely control a fan and lights?

I know that's not its primary function, but considering there aren't any wink compatible devices specifically for this, I'm trying to find a workaround.
Asked by: Morames
The module is the size of a Z-wave wall switch and may not fit. The intent of the module is "in-wall" which I interpret as being inside a gang box to control a load.
Answered by: SoundTheTrumpet
Date published: 2018-04-28

I have a pool area with 2 seperate flood lights

Pool area has 2 seperate flood lights with two floods in each light, controled by one outdoor light switch. What do i need to make the switch wireless and what control pannal so that i can control it with a smartphone. Thanks
Asked by: Brister
I would recommend putting the module in a plastic weatherized enclosure/box. This way the Z-wave radio signal can pass through.
Answered by: SoundTheTrumpet
Date published: 2018-04-28

Can this product work with Wink Hubs?

My kids' ceiling fans are not wired to the wall switch and only controlled by the pull cords. In the middle of the night, I'd like to be able to remotely control the on/off of the fan with Wink or a schedule. Will this work?
Asked by: ForeverYoung
This works well with Wink 2. (I know it's not listed explicitly listed as a support device. Configure it as a "generic" Z-wave device.) I imagine that you mounted the fan to the ceiling gang box for the light fixture. If so, it depends how much space you have in the box for this module. You might need to replace your ceiling box with a larger one or add another box next to it. Home Depot has a good return policy for mail order items if things don't work out. The module needs its own power as evidence by the thinner 14 gauge hot, neutral, ground wires. The load is put across the larger 12 gauge blue wires. The instructions show both a dry and wet contact setup. I imagine for your application: You can add a motion detector with a built-in temperature sensor to turn on the fan if it's warm and there's someone in the room. You can have it automatically turn off when the room is empty or it's past a curfew.
Answered by: SoundTheTrumpet
Date published: 2018-04-28
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