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2GIG BY LINEAR PD300Z-5-1 ZWAVE PLUGIN LAMP MODULE


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Linear PD300Z5-1 - Z-Wave Plug-in Dimmer Module
The Linear PD300Z5-1 Plug-in Lamp Module is designed to provide Z-Wave control to a connected dimmable lamp. The PD300Z5-1 module is plugged into any standard grounded AC wall outlet, and the lamp is then plugged into the module.

Description
The Linear PD300Z5-1 Plug-in Lamp Module is a Plug-in Lamp Module which integrates with other Linear Z-Wave enabled products. It can also act as a wireless repeater to ensure that commands intended for another device in the network are received (useful when a device would otherwise be out of radio range). Auto-Sense Unique to Linear, the Auto-Sense feature allows for local lamp activation independent of the Z-Wave controller status. With AutoSense, one can simply switch the connected lamp's manual switch off, then on, and AutoSense will instruct the PD300Z5-1 to turn the lamp on.

Specifications
Signal (Frequency): 908.42 MHz Maximum Load (Incandescent): 300W maximum, 120 VAC Range: Up to 100 feet between the wireless controller and/or the closest Z-Wave device Z-Wave Version 4.55 Network Inclusion Scene: Command Class Security Compatible Auto Sense Feature Built-In Power Requirements
120 VAC, 60 H


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