Enerwave ZWN-RSM2 Z-Wave Smart Dual Relay Switch Module

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allen00se posted this 17 November 2015

I picked up one of these dual relay modules, and was able to pair it with my controller and IncontrolHA, however it is only seeing it as a single standard switch. Will it be possible to control the two relays, or am I stuck with just one?

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rscott posted this 18 November 2015

I picked up one of these dual relay modules, and was able to pair it with my controller and IncontrolHA, however it is only seeing it as a single standard switch. Will it be possible to control the two relays, or am I stuck with just one?


My guess is that it's a multi-channel device. If that's the case, then setup and use will be similar to the smart strip: https://www.incontrolha.com/recipes/recipe/23.

Note that the Pro edition is required for this functionality.

dridgely posted this 11 July 2016

I cannot seem to add this to my controller (Nortek HUSBZ-1). I've tried standard and network-wide inclusion but nothing works. I issue the include command and then press the button on the enerwave, but nothing ever happens. I've tried using the zensys tools, as well, with no luck. Any ideas or tricks I'm not aware of?

dridgely posted this 12 July 2016

I contacted enerwave and they are pointing back at the Nortec controller saying, "As far as the Nortek USB Hub, I don’t think it could support the relay multichannel firmware." I've seen posts elsewhere indicating that axial supports multi-channel devices. Does anyone know if they are correct or just shifting blame?

joe6602 posted this 15 July 2016

I have one of these and they definitely work in Axial.  It is a 2-channel device that must be configured as Ryan describes above.  It works just fine.  I am using the Aeotec Gen2 stick, so I think Enerwave's assessment is correct, the problem could be with your controller.

rscott posted this 21 July 2016

@dridgely - Did you try to exclude it first? Sometimes they simply need to be reset before they'll include into a new network. 

rscott posted this 22 July 2016

Also, that controller does support multichannel. I use it in my own home.

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