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     Ddwindy says:

    Ddwindy
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    @stuartridout – they are still sat on a shelf at home if your interested…….

    #11656
     stuartridout says:

    stuartridout
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    I may be interested. Could you email me with details (price and what you’ve got) please.

    stuart dot ridout at gmail dot com

    Thanks!

    Just starting! 3 x double LightwaveRF dimmers, 1 x single dimmer, 2 x double sockets, 1 x WiFi link, 1 x energy monitor, Pauly's awesome LWRF GEM, IFTTT automation
    #11987
     olliedude2k says:

    olliedude2k
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    I believe the JSJSLW500 already supports the 868Mhz frequency. I have the energy monitoring kit too and I (over UDP) can request the current energy usage. Therefore there is 2 way communication. Also, the lightwaverf.co.uk specifically says the energy monitor ises 868Mhz: http://www.lightwaverf.co.uk/LightwaveRF-Connect-Home-Automation-Energy-Monitor.html

    Looks like they already have the wifi link in place ready for other 2-way communication.

    #11988
     stu-e says:

    stu-e
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    Looks like everything must be included – from today’s LightwaveRF email re heating:

    “Please note: In order for Lightwave heating to operate each household will require a Wifi Link, Boiler Control Switch and a Home Thermostat plus any additional items required”

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