Internet #206588747

Model #PS15EMZ5-1

Z-Wave Plug-In Remote On/Off Appliance Module

Product Overview

The Linear PS15Z-2 Plug-in Appliance Module is designed to provide Z-Wave control to a connected load. The PS15Z-2 module is plugged into any standard grounded AC wall outlet, and the appliance or other device is then plugged into the module. Once connected, the appliance/device can be turned on or off remotely via the Z-Wave controller. The module contains 2 power receptacles - 1 controlled and 1 pass-through (powered at all times).
  • Range: up to 100 ft. line of sight between the wireless controller and/or the closest Z-Wave device.
  • Maximum load, resistive 15 amps, (1800 watts) maximum 120 volts, motor 1/2 HP maximum, 120 volts, Incandescent 600 watts maximum, 120 volts.
  • Signal frequency: 908.42 MHz
  • Can be part of a Z-Wave mess network.
  • One Controlled and one pass-through outlet.
  • One year warranty against manufacturer defect.
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Specifications

Details

Accessory Type
Appliance and Receptacle Control
Color Family
White
Electrical Product Type
Dimmer/Lighting/Control Part/Accessory
Hub Required
VeraEdge Hub
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Mounting Type
Plug-In
Power Options
Plug-in
Remote Access
No Remote Access
Requires Hub?
Requires Smart Hub
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Z-Wave
Use Type
Plugs
Voice Control Hub Required
Alexa via Proprietary Bridge/Gateway
Voltage
120 volt
Works With
Alexa, Vera

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty against manufacturer defect

Questions & Answers

3Questions5Answers

Can it work through thin walls

Asked by Sandpaper August 24, 2016
2
Answers

It should work just fine if you are within 30 feet or so. Z wave / zig bee transmissions go through walls and doors fairly well.

Appliance

Asked by MMC December 31, 2015
1
Answer

If the oil heater can be turned on simply by plugging it in then this unit can control it.

Can I control the unit locally as well?

Asked by TerryW November 13, 2015
2
Answers

Yes.

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As with many Z wave modules it does not...
As with many Z wave modules it does not support the active status feedback in a timely manner.
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