Interesting idea. So I installed Reactor and created a sensor. I set it up to trip when the Bedroom Lamp is on. I then activated the RF9500 to turn on the lamp. The device state in Vera didn’t change, and consequently the sensor didn’t trip. It’s like the module isn’t sending the status change back to the Vera. I tried it with the other module in the Family room and that didn’t work either. I even went into the device and changed the polling time to 1 second and that didn’t do anything either. It shouldn’t have been necessary though. I thought z-wave devices are supposed to report any status change back to their controllers?
[Update]: After doing some reading, it seems the GE 45602’s don’t support “instant status”. i.e. They don’t report their status to z-wave when they change. So this isn’t going to work either. I added the Vera itself to the same Direct Association group on the RF9500, but I don’t know what to test for in Reactor to determine if it’s getting the message and changing anything. I might be able to get it to work if I could figure out how to do that.