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post #1 of 3 Old 01-25-2009, 03:47 PM - Thread Starter
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I need to integrate a wireless thermostat into a OmniPro II system. It's not really clear to me based on the HAI website and other websites, how this works. Z-Wave thermostats are not listed in the product pages on HAI's site. I can't find the Z-Wave serial interface in too many places. Is Z-Wave still the way to go with HAI? It's a retrofit scenario so its got to be wireless.

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I am doing a HAI retrofit as well. I went UPB for my lights and will be doing HVAC later in the year. My understanding is that a ethernet and Z Wave version of the thermostat will be avilable in the 2nd half of 2009. I will probably just try to get a wire down to the unit and go that route though.
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I need to integrate a wireless thermostat into a OmniPro II system. It's not really clear to me based on the HAI website and other websites, how this works. Z-Wave thermostats are not listed in the product pages on HAI's site. I can't find the Z-Wave serial interface in too many places. Is Z-Wave still the way to go with HAI? It's a retrofit scenario so its got to be wireless.

Thanks.

I think you may try to see this out guys for a wireless thermostat guys... http://www.cepro.com/article/honeywe...ermostats/K325 hope this may give you some ideas about thermostat guys....




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