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I don't understand what you mean by "subscription??" I just put installed my fans, flipped the wall switch for current and then control the lights and fans from the remotes.I have 1 in my home office and the other 1 in my "Man cave/ dressing room.They work just fine!
Yes, you can just use this as a normal remote. When connectivity between the hub and the part that goes the canopy gets out of whack, the remote works just fine.
Thank you for your question. No, this remote is not designed to work with SmartThings. Additionally, Wink now requires a subscription for the smart features to work. We would suggest the Universal WiFi remote (model # 99434) which is compatible with SmartThings as well as Google and Alexa.
If you use Wink, yes. If you use SmartThings or any other free platform that supports Zigbee, no.
If that was happening to me I would be calling the company and see what they say, because it sounds like something's wrong with the remote or the fan itself.
It does not come with one. Don't know if one if available from mfg. as an optional accessory
This remote will replace the one you have, so yes you can use it.
On/off is how to reset, it can be tricky to say the least.
I have found that i had to re pair it when this happens. It seems that the remote still works in most cases. In some cases however, I had to cut power to the module via the breaker/switch to get it to act normal again.
No. The Amazon hub is VERY picky and will only work with the few devices amazon approves. This will work with smartthings (there is a custom device handler written for it, info is easily found online), Wink, Home Assistant, etc. In general, I wouldn't recommend the Amazon Hub for Zigbee devices for that reason.