I bought Battery powered ZWave switch , and I must say that it looks just awesome! It is super thin, and when installed on the wall it wont be any thicker than regular wall switch (huge bonus!).
Just imagine that you finished renovating your flat or house and see that you need few more light switches. Instead of engineers coming back and punching new holes in your walls you just install new battery operated wireless zwave switches and you are done.
It seams that doing inclusion and association is a bit complicated on this device, even more that doing inclusion of security battery powered devices
And german only manuals are not much help.
Anybody got this switch? How did you do inclusion and associataion?
Any help is apprecaited.