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Aeon Labs Aeotec Z-Wave Key Fob Is Back!

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Aeon Labs Aeotec Z-Wave Key FobAeon Labs has re-released their Aeotec Z-Wave Key Fob, now featuring Gen5 Z-Wave Plus certification.

The Aeotec Z-Wave Key Fob is a simple remote control for devices and scenes in a Z-Wave network. Use it as an additional controller for an existing Z-Wave network, or as the primary controller for a new network. The key fob can both control any Z-Wave devices in your network and act as a tool for adding and removing devices.

  • Controls up to 4 devices or 8 scenes
  • Only four buttons for simple operation
  • Small, sleek design fits in a pocket or purse
  • Wireless range up to 100 ft indoors, 300 ft outdoors

The key fob operates in two simple, distinct modes: setup and use. With only four buttons, this key fob is easy to operate. After you’ve added the devices you want to control, point and click to turn them on or off. It’s that easy.

Get Yours @ Home Controls: Aeon Labs Aeotec Z-Wave Key Fob

Z-Wave Plus Certification

Z-Wave Plus is an upgraded certification program to help you identify products that take advantage of the “Next Gen” Z-Wave hardware platform, also know as 500 Series or Gen5 Z-Wave. Z-Wave Plus certified solutions feature a selected set of extended features and capabilities that enhance your experience with faster and easier installation and setup. Z-Wave Plus advancements also provide longer battery life, faster operation, better wireless range and improved noise immunity.

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