Z-Wave Plus Bridge
Nexia’s powerful new Z-Wave Plus Bridge acts as the brain for your smart home, allowing you to control and monitor the Z-Wave locks, lights, thermostats and up to 230 other compatible devices in your home. Access and protect your home anywhere from your internet-enabled smart phone, tablet or computer.
- Lets you manage your home through your online Nexia account and mobile app
- Establishes a secure, encrypted connection to Nexia through your home router and broadband Internet connection
- Offers full backup and restore functionality for peace of mind
- Provides Wi-Fi connectivity to your home router, which enables placement where an Ethernet connection is not practical
- Wirelessly manages a network of as many as 230 Z-Wave products at the same time
- Supports more than 500 Nexia-compatible devices from many different manufacturers, giving you flexibility of choice
- Backwards compatible with Nexia BR100 Bridge (discontinued)
Requires Nexia account and subscription
4.55 x 3.13 x 1.2 in.
Android 4.1 or later, iOS 8 or later, Windows Phone 8.0, Windows Phone 8.1
32° to 104°F
100 – 240 VAC, 12V/1.0A
1 Year Limited
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- Q How do you connect to WiFi? answer nowAsked by November 9, 2020 11:16 AMonA
The bridge will need to be connected via Ethernet in order to enter your Wi-Fi credentials through the Nexia portal under the device settings. After this is complete, the bridge can be unplugged and moved to its desired location.
- Q Does this setup need an Ethernet cable? My router doesn’t have one, Will this work? answer nowAsked by September 21, 2020 2:30 PMonA
This unit does require an ethernet connection for the initial setup cut can be set to Wi-Fi when finished.
Mark (verified owner) –
Using the Nexia Bridge for our Automated lock by Schlage… Was easy to install… works perfectly as the communication between our smart phones and the lock system.
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Piss poor directions. Will probably have to go online to figure it out. May have to call Nexia. I need to use this as a secondary controller, not a main controller. It may work well once I figure it out, but I don’t know. I don’t like reading directions that leave you with more questions than answers, and I hate having to search for answers when you’re holding the directions in your hand. I am rating it below average at this point because I had to leave the property without getting it to work so I don’t know how it will work. It will be 2 months and another 2,000 mile trip before I get a second chance to try it. This could all have been avoided with clear, concise directions. Do it wrong and you loose all the info on your main controller (all your guest codes and stored codes as well as your devices), so it has to be done right the first time. I like anything that is simple, and so far this is not. Good advice for the company would be to give the instructions to some homeless guy and see if he can figure it out. If he can’t, then rewrite the instructions.
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