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z-wave lag
« on: October 04, 2007, 03:55:59 am »
I am using a ZCU000 attached to a z-wave network of 4 devices... when I tell it to turn the lights off in the room, it does each one individually.... is there a way to get it to do each light at the same time? (same for any dimming, it's a little weird.) ???

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Re: z-wave lag
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2007, 07:40:23 am »
I am using a ZCU000 attached to a z-wave network of 4 devices... when I tell it to turn the lights off in the room, it does each one individually.... is there a way to get it to do each light at the same time? (same for any dimming, it's a little weird.) ???

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Its just the way the Zwave messaging works as far as I know. In all Zwave demo's I have seen you see this slight lag between lights. We see it here on our lmce systems too.
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