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Z-Wave is a wireless technology that forms a MESH network, this is a group of products that all communicate with each other so that the wireless signal can find the most efficient route around the network. As the name suggests the signal moves around the network in a "Z" formation.

This network of different products forms the basics of a smart home system, you can control all the various components in the network from your smartphone using a free application or a wall switch such as a Z-Wave dimmer or Z-Wave switch.

Z-Wave sensors are available that can switch your lighting on or off when you enter or leave a room, you can even control your products with voice control using a smart speaker such as Amazon Alexa through an Amazon Echo or with Google Assistant (a Z-Wave Hub is required for this feature).

The range of Z-Wave is up to 40m between each product that is connected to a permanent power supply and many home devices such as dimmable LED's, LED bulbs, including single colour or colour changing Z-Wave GU10's, There are also remote controllers available that you can pair to your network comprising of many different products that all work together to control various products such as light bulbs and Door sensors.

The heart of the network is a Z-Wave Hub or Gateway that connects to your Wi-Fi Router to which all the devices in the network are connected. Many smart home hubs are available, all our Z-Wave products will work with Z-Wave hubs.

There are many compatible Z-Wave devices that can be used in the network to control your lighting including:

The Z-Wave alliance developed this system which has become an industry-standard protocol for home automation.
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Single Colour 1 Group Wall Panel White (Mains voltage)
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Single Colour 4 Group Wall Panel White (Mains voltage)
    Sunricher Z-Wave Dual Colour (CCT) 1 Group Panel White (Mains voltage)
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Dual Colour (CCT) 4 Group Wall Panel White (Mains voltage)
    Sunricher Z-Wave RGBW 4 Group Wall Panel White (Mains voltage)
    Sunricher Z-Wave In-Wall Mountable AC Switch
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Micro Smart Dimmer
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    Sunricher Z-Wave In-Wall Mountable AC Dimmer
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Curtain Motor Controller
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Single Colour Receiver
  11. SRZV9101FACCT
    Sunricher Z-Wave Dual Colour CCT Constant Voltage Receiver
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    Sunricher Z-Wave Four Channel RGBW Receiver
    Sunricher Z-Wave RGBW 1 Zone Wall Panel White (Mains voltage)
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Is Z wave Better Than WiFi?

Both Z wave and WiFi are great ways of controlling smart home compatible devices throughout your home. The two protocols are compatible with a wide range of smart devices including lighting, home security and heating systems. 

Unlike WiFi, Z wave devices don't require a central hub and instead pair with one another to form a mesh network. With most devices able to easily detect one another Z wave devices are quick and straightforward to set up. 

Most homes already have an existing WiFi network which negates the need for additional costs or set up. WiFi devices are generally more affordable however often less reliable when paired with multiple devices. With multiple devices communicating with a single hub, WiFi systems are only as reliable as the network strength.

Within the smart home market, there are thousands of devices available compatible with both WiFi and Z wave systems. Though WiFi Systems are generally more cost-effective Z wave systems are a more reliable choice for home automation.