I apologize, this is my first post in this forum and pretty new to z-wave so if my vocabulary if off then that is why.
I am trying to hook up a automatic gate for use with my z-wave system. The gate has two options which can be wired into it by connecting the right jumpers, a single button switch or a 3-button switch. For obvious reasons I want to wire in a 3 button switch (so I can be certain it closes, etc). Here is the diagram for the wiring:
I have been combing through these forums for about a day and have only seen posts regarding 1 button. Are there any z-wave devices that can close multiple connections? Really trying to avoid buying a separate switch for each connection.
Also, some of these posts I saw were pretty old, whats the least expensive z-wave momentary switch? Most of the ones mentioned here are built for large loads and in this case it’s just a simple connection with a extremely small load.
The fibaro RGBW controller (zwave) has four output channels and people do use it for things like sprinkler zone control and stuff, but it’s low voltage.
@anon36505037 might be able to say more on that one.
The other very inexpensive alternative that people use is a Wi-Fi ESP 8266 module used as the communications piece and connected to all kinds of different actuators/relays with an Arduino. That would also help much better range than a zwave device. However, it requires much more significant maker skills than the Fibaro device, but should also cost less and give you more options. See the following thread for that: