We have finished a basic learning/programming solution for the Remotec z-wave AV device. If anyone has this, please contact me for a beta if you’d like to give it a go.
Eric Maycock commented
Hmmm, not sure about this. iTach has an ethernet IR solution that has been available for years and has great support. As it is tried and tested I'd rather see InControl Support for it. Unless it is significantly cheaper, has a huge user community, or there is some advantage to using Z-Wave over IP I don't see the advantage of this . . .
JJ Weidner commented
I personally don't have a user for a device like this, but could see it having lots of potential. Especially those that have whole house AV system. I could see an office or bar that could use something like this to manage their TVs. Turn them on at opening and turn them off at closing.
Very interested. Is there any wisdom to looking into a plugin that might work with the Logitech Home Control. Looks like it might integrate with existing home control systems.
david morris commented
I have 4 flat screens in my office, all the same model. I'd like for the system to be able to turn off all four from a scene.
Nicholas Sheridan commented
If this will do what I think it will, yes please. Is there a link you could post to view the specs on this device and it's capabilities?
Not sure if you plan to support either i-Tach or the SQBlaster.
The i-Tach stuff also has contact closure and serial control stuff as well.
1-iTach ; not have a mobile app its popular now
2.SQBlaster ;already have high quality app but expensive hardware then iTach. Generally you cant find it to buy everywhere
I don't know what module to use, but I like it.