LightwaveRF Community: Welcome

LightwaveRF Communi…

The LightwaveRF community brings together users and enthusiasts of the LightwaveRF technology. It provides a home for discussions, the exchange of ideas, hints and tips and control using third party technologies and a links to a selection of the Internet’s best on-line retailers. The LightwaveRF Community is not affiliated to JSJS Designs, the company who develop and license the technology.

This site is divided into three sections. The LightwaveRF Forum (previously hosted by JSJS Designs at www.lightwaverfforum.net), the online product pages and a blog. Members who would like to submit articles for the blog are most welcome to do so. Readers should be aware that help and advice provided by members of this site is unofficial and on a best efforts basis. No liability can be accepted by The LightwaveRF Community if damage is done to you or your equipment as a result of following advice found here. Readers are urged to take proper advice from a qualified electrician before embarking on any modifications to their household electrical systems.

Latest Forum Activity

1 day ago,  btidey posted a reply to Link1 Box Details in LightwaveRF Hackers

This is incorrect, unless you have basic sockets which behave differently from mine which I don’t think is likely. I have just taken a basic socket which had previously been paired. I [...]

2 days ago,  michael ward posted a reply to Link1 Box Details in LightwaveRF Hackers

Not so, you can have a light plugged into the MK1 plug sockets to test. Initialise a new plug socket with the light off. This is a known state of no power output. As soon as you remove power from [...]

4 days ago,  btidey posted a reply to Link1 Box Details in LightwaveRF Hackers

Once the plug in sockets have learnt the power on default is then it is true that powering up the link with the sockets on will turn them on. This behaviour is saved into the device’s [...]

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