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Z-Wave is a proprietary wireless communications protocol designed for home automation, specifically to remotely control applications in residential and light commercial environments.

Z-Wave is a proprietary wireless communications protocol designed for home automation, specifically to remotely control applications in residential and light commercial environments. The technology uses a low-power RF radio embedded or retrofitted into home electronics devices and systems, such as lighting, home access control, entertainment systems and household appliances.
The Z-Wave Alliance is an international consortium of manufacturers that provide interoperable Z-Wave enabled devices.

Z-Wave communicates using a low-power wireless technology designed specifically for remote control applications. The Z-Wave wireless protocol is optimized for reliable, low-latency communication of small data packets, unlike Wi-Fi and other IEEE 802.11-based wireless LAN systems that are designed primarily for high-bandwidth data flow. Z-Wave operates in the sub-gigahertz frequency range, around 900 MHz. This band competes with some cordless telephones and other consumer electronics devices, but avoids interference with Wi-Fi and other systems that operate on the crowded 2.4 GHz band. Z-Wave is designed to be easily embedded in consumer electronics products, including battery operated devices such as remote controls, smoke alarms and security sensors.
Z-Wave is currently supported by over 200 manufacturers worldwide and appears in a broad range of consumer products in the U.S. and Europe. The standard itself is not open and is available only to Zensys customers under non-disclosure agreement.[1] Some Z-Wave product vendors have embraced the open source and hobbyist communities.[2]

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