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as some were asking, items are being sold as I've migrated to KNX. After years of Z-Wave development, I want to look into a new protocol.

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Hello LMCE folks,

I have some high quality merten connect z-wave items for sale. They've high WAF. If you always hated the cheap feeling of ACT, Duewi and other brands, this is the real stuff for you:

Drapes (2nd row item 1 and 2)
2x Drapes/Blind insert 580698 together with Z-Wave paddle 503544 - 45.- EUR each

Dimmer (2nd row item 3 and 4)
1x Superdimmer insert 577099 with Z-Wave paddle 502644 - 60.- EUR
1x Superdimmer insert 577099 with Z-Wave with silver paddle and silver frame  - 60.- EUR

Switch (3rd and 4th row)
5x Electronic switch insert 576799 with Z-Wave paddle 502444 - 35.- EUR each
3x Relais insert 576897 with Z-Wave paddle
 - 45.- EUR each

Remote switch (1st row)
3x merten "Funktaster" remote switch. 2x single paddle, 1x dual paddle. One is lacking the black mounting base but can be clipped into merten frames (e.g. together with a wall outlet - double frame and power outlet included for free). - 30.- EUR each 

Please note that each "switch" consists of two items: the insert that is wall mounted and the z-wave paddle which goes on top. That's why you see two merten product numbers per item. You can use any frames with 55mm. A lot of european vendors have 55mm frames in their program. I've some frames left, so if someone buys a good chunk, i'll add some Merten frames for free.
The dimmer and the electronic switch inserts don't need a neutral wire (2-wire). All items are in good condition without any flaws.

Foto: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/wzkSa4LyHlHKrK-wofRRyxTzKFCQxOMbsDbFIp9qGhQ?feat=directlink

Please contact me via email for further questions: hari@vt100.at

br Hari

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All elements of Open Dianemo which we use and distribute under open licenses (GPL, MIT etc) will continue to be available under these licenses. Some components of Open Dianemo code (yet to be defined) will be released under GPLv3. Key software components (again yet to be defined but likely to be the Athena Orbiter, Athena media layer and other components that support these) will be released under a Dianemo Public License. The Dianemo Public License will enable a free for personal use version (source code will be provided for all components) but restrict a corporation or reseller/installer from taking the code and re-branding it and or selling and distributing it without our consent (gained by paying the appropriate licensing fee).
Don't forget the Pluto Public License'd parts..

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Users / Re: Kickstarter Campaign to fund a programmer?
« on: October 09, 2013, 11:29:12 pm »
Anyone?
I'm working on this with agocontrol. Sure, it still lacks a lot of linuxmce's functionality. But it is better in some areas already. We'll see in 5 years how things look like.

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Users / Re: Low energy MCE configuration?
« on: October 09, 2013, 11:25:30 pm »
look at agocontrol, it is designed exactly for that. You can run it on a raspberry or other ultra-low-power systems, in the range 3-5W. Features device control and data logging, so should be a good match for your needs. User CrawTech is using it in a solar powered house, too. Find more information here: www.agocontrol.com

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Users / Re: New DVB Backend wich is userfriendly and is only 2MB?!?
« on: August 16, 2013, 12:35:33 pm »
[...] - hot air removed
Sentences from you like "Glad I was able to provoke a bit…." make me assume that you're either a troll, or you want to "provoke" others to a point where they code after your mouth. Your attitude and the results of your "work" till today prove that you're not attempting to do anything real here.

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Users / Re: New DVB Backend wich is userfriendly and is only 2MB?!?
« on: August 15, 2013, 11:21:53 pm »
@toppot: just hot air from you, as I did expect..

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Users / Re: TSCHAK has a TSCHAKlet now.
« on: July 17, 2013, 12:11:09 am »
who is the father?

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Users / Re: 3-Way Z-wave Switch: Help me sync LEDs
« on: June 21, 2013, 11:00:56 pm »
that should work.. the zwave driver should emit a state changed event

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Users / Re: Vera3 vs lmce
« on: June 10, 2013, 03:58:38 pm »
you can also have a look at ago control. But no door lock support via Z-Wave..

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Users / Re: Looking to control AV equipment in courtroom
« on: May 19, 2013, 07:28:49 pm »
wouldn't it be much simpler to use a converter/switch for input and something like a HDMI splitter to achieve this?

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Developers / Re: linuxmce.org re-design
« on: May 16, 2013, 09:31:33 pm »
very cool! Keep up the good work!!

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there is no issue with making money through LinuxMCE per se. There were just a few cases in the past were people sold their customers solutions, could not support them because of lacking skill, and left the burden of fixing the mess to the community. So profit itself does not lead to uneasiness, but if you want to run a business, you need to make sure to be a "good citizen" in the LMCE ecosystem. The first task is to learn the system in and out, so that you know what you can promise to your customers.

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Developers / Re: Building Dynamic Orbiters with JSON/AJAX/HTML5
« on: May 08, 2013, 09:59:09 pm »
maybe you can provide a more detailed bug report, e.g. what exactly you're doing. Are there any messages in syslog? Adding devices to rooms works fine (we've no other reports that indicate otherwise). But for the records, this is the old web admin written in cherrypy. The new interface is served via agorpc on port 8008. Just make sure to install the latest package.

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