I just finished modifying my SS-700 Cuisinart Keurig Coffee Maker using a Linear FS20Z Z-Wave Isolated Contact Fixture Module.
It will not brew a coffee for you but what it will do is control the On/Off function of the coffee maker. This type of Keurig coffee maker does not have a solid On/Off switch. The switch is a momentary rocker switch. When the maker is plugged in it automatically goes into standby mode. You have to press the switch to turn it on.
It does have an automatic timer you can set through the menu however this has failed us because anytime you unplug the maker it resets the settings and the automatic function has to be setup every time.
Not very smart and very annoying. Also by making it smart enabled it allows me to perform special functions/triggers.
For instance using Rule Machine created by @bravenel I can have during a specific time window have the coffee maker turn on when humidity is detected in the shower so when my wife gets up and takes a shower it will turn on the coffee maker because she is going to want a cup after her shower.
You could program any variety of reasons to have the coffee maker turn on.
Also using my Amazon Echo; I say “Alexa, turn on Coffee Maker” and Alexa will turn on my coffee maker.
NOTE: You will have to Add the device to your ST network prior to installing in the coffee maker because you won’t be able to easily get to the Linear Switch to activated it.
ALSO: Once the device has been added you need to change the DeviceType in the IDE to Z-Wave Virtual Momentary Contact Switch. This way the Linear FS20Z will function as a Momentary Switch.
I will post some pictures of the project. Enjoy!
Prior To Installing Linear Switch
Where I tapped into the Momentary Rocker Switch
Where I tapped into the 110/120V Hot, Load and Ground also Linear Placement
NOTE: I had to remove the plastic back cover from the FS20Z so it would fit inside. I kept the metal grounded cage in tact
Finished Product. Clean and hidden you wouldn’t know it was even there