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  • #6603
     Meloquin says:

    Meloquin
    Participant

    The app looks nice, and works with just the same Lightwave login – hopefully the complimentary products are coming – especially the splashproof PIR….

    Relative newbie, 11 room switches, 4 wall sockets, 9 plug in adapters, PIR sensor, energy monitor.
    #6605
     Chris says:

    Chris
    Key Master

    http://www.clasohlson.com/uk/view/content/search?N=0&Ntk=All&Ntt=nexa&Nty=1&D=nexa&Ntx=mode+matchpartial&Dx=mode+matchpartial&showTabs=true

    Who fancies taking a punt then? I’m still betting on this being Homeeasy under a different name so I don’t think I’m interested, but I’m happy to be corrected.

    It will raise some interesting questions if it does work.

    Chris Mills Founder and Editor - LightwaveRF Community http://cpmills.com/ http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk
    #6608
     SimonCatlin says:

    SimonCatlin
    Participant

    Here is the Clas Ohlsen link to the Nexa products:

    http://www.clasohlson.com/uk/view/content/search?N=0&Ntk=All&Ntt=nexa&Nty=1&D=nexa&Ntx=mode+matchpartial&Dx=mode+matchpartial&showTabs=true

    I am going to Watford on Saturday and will look at the products face to face, so to speak and see if they are LWRF compatible (on paper).

    2 WiFi, 2 sockets, 11 light switches (7 single, 4 double), 2 mood controllers, 1 double wire free switch, 6 plug in on/off, 3 plug in dimmer, 2 PIR, 2 LED, 1 300W Inline relay, 2 signal booster, 1 Energy Monitor and 1 very patient wife. Also Heatmiser's Neo, Ring Bell, Ring Camera, Nest Protect, Canary...
    #6610
     nay says:

    nay
    Participant

    A quick google for “nexa homeasy” and “nexa lightwaverf” suggests the nexa range is not compatible with lightwaverf. For example, the Telldus USB stick is not listed as compatible with lightwaverf but can be used with the nexa kit:

    http://www.telldus.com/products/compability

    #6611
     SimonCatlin says:

    SimonCatlin
    Participant

    I was just about to post this :http://nexa.sidvisning.se/faq_guide_eng/
    It looks very “uncompatible” .

    Seems it has a hint of X10 in it’s DNA.

    2 WiFi, 2 sockets, 11 light switches (7 single, 4 double), 2 mood controllers, 1 double wire free switch, 6 plug in on/off, 3 plug in dimmer, 2 PIR, 2 LED, 1 300W Inline relay, 2 signal booster, 1 Energy Monitor and 1 very patient wife. Also Heatmiser's Neo, Ring Bell, Ring Camera, Nest Protect, Canary...
    #6782
     alegs99 says:

    alegs99
    Participant

    Well spotted somebody. This is definitely the same at heart. I loaded the old coco technology app which I logged into and controlled my lights etc. BUT the new app will not load on my samsung note tablet and crashes on my htc phone. So no success with the new apps yet.

    Another interesting thing, though, i looked at some of the products (I watched the video) and some of them looked identical to byron and/or home easy products. Look at http://www.halx.co.uk and see the byron remote controlled ceiling transformer switch or the home easy remote timer handheld. Now that is a reason for suspecting some devious plot…..

    #6783
     Matt says:

    Matt
    Participant

    Nexa = Old Home Easy / Byron modules so wouldn’t work with LWRF I wouldn’t think unless there’s some crossover unit that can translate between them?

    Lighting: LWRF LED strips, In-line dimmers, In-line relays and Plug-in modules, Inputs: Master mood switch, Magnetic door sensors, Handheld remote, Controller: Domoticz running on Raspberry Pi with RFXCom. Plus recently a stack of Z-Wave units!
    #6846
     alegs99 says:

    alegs99
    Participant

    Yes, but look at the Nexa Gateway app on Android. Looks just like the old LWRF app and has a picture of what looks like the wifi link box on the pics BUT I loaded and tried to log in. It did not recognise me.

    #7028
     cndawes says:

    cndawes
    Participant

    I was notified there was an update to the CoCo Control application this morning on my Android Phone (Samsung Galaxy Plus GT-9001).

    Duly updated, put in my lightwaverf credentials and hey presto I was controlling my lights :)

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coco.lightwaverf

    Interestingly yesterday I got a mail from the beta test programme saying the app would be available for testing shortly … I wonder what the difference is …

    #14364
     truesoln says:

    truesoln
    Participant

    I have all the coco equipment in my house and can go to both sites to control house
    http://www.coco-technology.com/en/home/,
    https://lightwaverfhost.co.uk/manager/index.php

    Also you can go direct to this link if want
    https://lightwaverfhost.co.uk/mobile/loadconsoleinframe.php?email=&pin=
    Its the mobile iFrame that they put on right

    Are writing windows phone 7/8 app for them, and windows 8 app.

    #14524
     Mike says:

    Mike
    Participant

    I like the look of this :-) )

    I get European Enquiries every other day …

    Cheers, Mike.
    #17680
     ptruman says:

    ptruman
    Participant

    I’ve been sent an ICS1000 and I can confirm it definitely talks on the LWRF protocol, and I can pair CoCo devices with LWRF :)

    #17724
     Gary says:

    Gary
    Participant

    I’m looking at the COCO AWMR-300 mini built in switch as it seems to be the answer to my problem of not being able to get hold of LWRF brass switches.

    Has anyone tried them? Do people think they’ll work with the LWRF / Domoticz+RFCOMM setup I have?

    #17728
     markk says:

    markk
    Participant

    Do they have to be brass? The Livolo remote switches are smart, pretty cheap and work well with RFXCom and Domoticz.

    http://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-livolo-touch-switch.html

    Running RFXCom with Domoticz on model b raspberry pi. LWRF dimmer switches, PIRs and plug sockets. Some Homeeasy switches, harmony hub controlling AV and air con. Geofencing with Pilot app. Tado for heating.
    #17956
     Chester says:

    Chester
    Participant

    COCO’s got an external PIR (APIR-2150). As others have said this stuff looks remarkably similar (alright, pretty much identical on the surface!), so is this an indication that we’re going to get some LWRF Pro kit this year? Hope so.

    Chester
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