A: Yes, if you install the custom driver from SmartThings forums it will work with Alexa and Google Home. I have a Echo Dot and a Home mini, and they both work after you install the custom driver on the SmartThings developers website. It's not that hard. Go to the SmartThings Community Forums to learn how.
A: Thank you for your question. This remote does not work via Google home assistant. It is only compatible with the WINK hub system. It can be made to work with Google home assistant with the addition of the Bond Hub (model # BD-1000) which acts as a translator between Google and the remote control.
A: http://blog.wink.com/wink-blog/2017/3/28/wink-now-works-with-google-home Wink works with Google Assistant. So should. But won't without the Wink hub... So, you could use it at least if you had a Wink Hub...
A: Thank you for your question. The Breeze mode is not a fifth speed, rather it is a setting that randomly alternates the fan’s speed to create an organic breeze effect. For wiring instructions, please download the latest manual from the “Info & Guides” section on the product page online. There is also a full installation video available on the product page online as well. The video is located along with the alternate images and details the complete installation process step-by-step.
A: Thank you for your question. If your fans have a remote receiver that looks like the one included, this remote should be compatible. Please note that the receiver (control box) will have to be replaced with the one included with the Wink remote. Without knowing which Fanimation fans you have, we can not answer your question with 100% accuracy.
A: If the receiver looks the same it should work without issue. They are a standard size. Just make sure you cut the cowl at the top of the fan so the antenna can exit without getting pinched.
A: You question wasn't clear so i'll have to answer each way it could be interpreted. 1) you only have a light. You can use this to control just a light. No problem just don't hook up the fan. 2) you actually meant to say use this to control the fan only. That's not only possible, it's officially supported and you can tell the wink app that the fan it is hooked to doesn't have a light. More importantly though if you are only using one of the outputs you can still run robots from the other buttons by detecting whether or not it thinks the device it's not actually controlling is on or off. So I could control the fan with the fan buttons, have my lights hardwired with hue bulbs, and the light button could still turn the hue lights on and off.
A: Thank you for your question. There is no way to wire the remote so that the wall switch only controls the light while keeping the dimming function of the remote. Wiring the fan's light wire to a wall switch would require you to bypass the remote. This would allow you to control the light with the wall switch, but would omit the remote's light control function.
A: Thank you for your question. Yes, this remote is compatible with the Reagan fan. Please note that you will need to replace the fan's existing receiver with the new receiver included with the remote.
A: Yes, you will need the wink hub. You can use a SmartThings hub if you use a custom device handler from the SmartThings community.
A: Thank you for your question. Yes, to use the app control you will need the Wink Hub or Wink Hub 2.
A: Of course you do. But even though it says "Wink Enabled", the SmartThings hub works much better.
A: Yes. The app requires the hub.
A: Yes, this product is for use with Wink home automation system.
A: Thank you for your question. The max load for the fan motor is 1.25 Amps.
A: red wire is probably powering your lights currently. I would unhook it first though and verify that the lights turned off instead of the fan. This device is designed to be used in situations where you don't have two wires running to the fan. If you do, I would return this, and replace it with z-wave wall switches.
A: Thank you for your question. The red wire from the house is typically connected to a wall switch. We would suggest just capping the red wire with a wire but and a piece of electrical tape.
A: Ok so you have two switches for ceiling fan. Are you using this as a remote wink control. If wink control I would change out the switches for z-wave switch’s but if you just want the remote control then cap off the red wire and just use the black, white and green for ground. I hope they his has helped.
A: they have dip switches to change channels.
A: Thank you for your question. The remote and receiver have dip switches the can be set to different settings so that the remotes do not interfere with each other. The dip switches are located in the battery compartment of the remote and on the receiver. The switches can be set to any setting as long as the remote and receiver settings match.
A: There is a dip switch in remote and receiver to set a unique pairing.
A: No you have to use the receiver that comes with it
A: Thank you for your question. The model number you referenced seems to be a UL model number, not the Hampton Bay SKU number or model number. In general, if the fan has a built-in receiver, this would not be compatible.