ZRR150 - Duplex Outlet

Has anyone tried the ACT ZRR150 with Vera?
How does it work for the controls and whatnot.

Thinking about these over the Intermatic because both outlets are controllable it looks like.

Actually, as is the case I think with all z-wave receptables, only one outlet is controlled. Unfortunately, ASI Home’s description of the item omits that detail. You can see a spec sheet on this item at…

http://www.act-solutions.com/HomePro/pdfs/HomePro/Specs/ZRR150-S200_spec.pdf

But I don’t have any experience with this item, so cannot offer any meaningful information as to its performance.

Have both the in my house the ZRR150 is quieter than than the HA01C - Slackner is correct all receptacles on the market currently have one controlled outlet - the ZRR150 and the CA3500 are bottom controlled and the HA01C is top controlled

hmmmm, that would make the HA01C top and bottom controlled… lol… I have the HA01C, it is top controlled… nice typo though :slight_smile:

I just installed them upside down so they are then bottom controlled :slight_smile:

Hrm, I wanted one that controlled both.
Oh well…

Then you need the Cooper Aspire RFTR9505-T. Both are RF controlled.

Fixed.

Thank you,

I added the info to the wiki.

Hrm… from what I could find of these two they both say

[quote=“http://solutions.cooperwiringdevices.com/specfiles/pdf/cwd%20technology/RF9505-T_SpecSheet.pdf”]Provides RF control of one outlet leaving
the other one for normal use[/quote]

Can’t find where it says their both controllable.

Edit: And after digging a little more, I don’t think I need it bad enough to justify $150+, and that was where I did find it on google. Couldn’t find it at any of the other sites I goto.

Odd indeed! Here’s where I found that…

http://solutions.cooperwiringdevices.com/specfiles/instGuides/technology_RF9505T_RFTR9505T_Instruct.pdf

That is really funny, two different docs from the same site say two different things.
Does anyone actually have one of these switches to finish this debate? lol

Their expensive, I know that.

From their Spec Sheet: The Aspire RF™ 15A Split Receptacle replaces regular receptacles and provides local and remote RF ON/OFF control of a single outlet.

http://solutions.cooperwiringdevices.com/specfiles/pdf/cwd%20technology/RF9505-T_SpecSheet.pdf

Bottom - Controlled Outlet

[quote=“kaldoon, post:12, topic:164960”]From their Spec Sheet: The Aspire RF™ 15A Split Receptacle replaces regular receptacles and provides local and remote RF ON/OFF control of a single outlet.

http://solutions.cooperwiringdevices.com/specfiles/pdf/cwd%20technology/RF9505-T_SpecSheet.pdf[/quote]

That’s the exact same one I was quoting from.

Yeah, I’ve been saving up my money hoping to one day invest in even one of the Cooper devices. They’re purty.

Okay, per kaldoon I’ll change the wiki to reflect this. One outlet RF controlled, one hot.

The only way I know to get both controlled is with an X10 Pro XPR or Leviton 6280 (X10). The only thing is that one command controls both, you cannot get independent control.

Oh well, i’ll just use a lamp module in the live one, lol.

ASIHome:
How come you guys no longer have the HA18WD?
I bought two of them a little while back, and wanted to get more later, but now their gone. :frowning:

[quote=“Boyo, post:17, topic:164960”]Oh well, i’ll just use a lamp module in the live one, lol.

ASIHome:
How come you guys no longer have the HA18WD?
I bought two of them a little while back, and wanted to get more later, but now their gone. :([/quote]

Both Intermatic and Wayne Dalton are out of them so they are discontinued.

Boyo: A truly elegant solution.

They say sarcasm isn’t communicated well in such postings, but I hope you understand me here.

I’ve been coming up against the multi-outlet problem, too. I’m ending up with wall worts, extension cords, and multi-taps all over the place. Not a pretty way to do things. And in a mid-century post-and-beam on a slab with lots of glass, it’s quite a challenge. I can’t simply run more circuits or hide stuff in the attic. I was hoping that having all these devices communicating wirelessly would help in my situation. And I guess it does, except that now I want to add more and more stuff. I just added four cameras. Where do you plug all this crap in? It’s nice that they don’t use a lot of power, but they do have wall worts and it would be really swell to plug them into an RF outlet so I could remotely reboot them when they freeze up… Speaking of which, I wish someone would stop by my house and cycle the power on my Vera box for me. I tried to install 937 from here at work and it froze.

If the power for the cameras all go to the same location, you could look at an Altronix power supply and plug that into the controlled portion of the outlet.