Error Or Warning Adding ZWave Lock

Error Or Warning Adding ZWave Lock


When adding a Kwikset, Schlage, Yale or other brand of Zwave lock to the ZWave system, it is best to have it within 2 feet of the ZWave adapter/controller and system and let the software add the module.  When ZWave locks are initially enrolled there are a very large number of queries and wake-up requests being communicated.  If you need to move the lock during this process, make sure to 'heal' the system when it is put back in place so the network knows it's correct location.

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