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Thread: Secondary Controllers, scenes and light switch recommendation request

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    Secondary Controllers, scenes and light switch recommendation request

    New forum member, looking to learn and share.

    I have a new, monitored 2Gig panel using my existing wired sensors and some wireless sensors. Now that I understand the alarm features, which is my first priority, I'm looking to beater understand my Zwave capabilities.

    I have two ZWave dim-able light power outlet controllers from Home Depot and a couple of lamps plugged into them. I have added them as switches in the services button, and they can be turned on/off or dimmed separately or together in a scene. I have a few next step questions:
    - Can these switches/scenes be moved higher up in the menus on the panels? Now I have to press services, switches, then control them individually. My spouse would like easier access other then on her phone.
    - Can a secondary controller be added to the system (recommendation requested) to control these lights/scenes separately from the panel without impacting the security system?
    - If I plug the lights back into the plug and get a Zwave in-wall light switch to maintain the remote controlability? Is there a recommended switch that can be used both manually AND remotely via Zwave?

    Any/all help appreciated!

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    Reading about adding a Wink controller to my 2gig can work for more customized scenes and control external to 2gig controller. Anyone have this combination yet?

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    Did you ever resolve this? I'm trying to do the same thing. I have 2 lamps plugged into Enerwave ZW15R Z outlets and I would like to control them from a wall switch. I got a LINEAR GoControl, WS15Z-1 wall switch that is supposed to be scene capable.

    I did read online somewhere that you can use an Aeon minimote to associate devices together, and i've tried the process but can't get it to work. I was able to setup the minimote with a scene to control the 2 devices, but i'd really like to get the wall switch to control them

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    Use a wireless contact and a regular light switch and set up a rules to turn lights on and off by contact opening and closing

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