I have couple of US z-wave devices (gocontrol /linear garage door opneners, aeotec energy meter and others) that cant be finded by the hub (probably because the different frequences of z-wave in US and EU
I definitly want to pair garage door openers thats important for me in the smartthings hub
Is there any way to connect US z-wave devices with the UK hub?
maybe I have to buy from US hub from other vendor that works with linear/gocontrol and can be connected with smartthings hub? (kind a philips hue integration) ?
or maybe there is an other way to set up US device with UK hub?
I dont want to have 2 smartthings hubs (UK and US) because I dont want to swith hub/or locations, it’s easy solution but its not working for me, till smartthings allow using two hubs on one location
I cant replace the UK hub with US hub (it sounds easy too) cause I have EU z-wave door locks and I will have the same problem with it.
It can’t be done. The frequency is set at the factory and cannot be changed. It is actually illegal to operate the US zwave frequency in the UK.
The reason why different regions have different frequencies for zwave is because they have different frequencies for first responder communication systems (like ambulances) and mobile phones, and these can interfere with each other. So you are supposed to select the hub for your specific region, and then all the devices that match the frequency of that hub exactly.
I understand your frustration, but one way or another you’ll need to end up with both a hub and devices that are on the UK frequency.
I have gogogate it works but lacks of integration with smartthings.
thats why I ordered linear from US. Actualy I live in a village near captiol of Bulgaria and I dont give a f*ck about police the nearest police office is far away from my house, but it will be hard to integrate it I’ll sell it in ebay.
I ordered 2 sonoffs with some DIY it may work, otherwise I’ll order aeotec or garadget