All Z-Command variants include a Z-Command box, a micro USB power supply and an ethernet cable.
Depending on your Z-Command variant, your package may or may not contain a z-wave USB dongle.
If your package contains a z-stick, you may proceed to link your z-wave devices using the z-stick even before powering up Z-Command.
Once done, connect the power supply (without power) to the Z-Command box. Next, connect the Z-Stick to any of the USB ports. Connect the ethernet (network) port to your network router using the provided ethernet cable.
Finally, power up Z-Command by connecting the power adapter to a wall power socket.
If you know your way around your network, query your DHCP server (most likely your home network router) for what IP address it has assigned to Z-Command. Then navigate to that IP address using a web browser to access Z-Command’s user interface.
For example, if Z-Command has been assigned 192.168.2.100, then browse to http://192.168.2.100 or https://192.168.2.100.
The default credential is
username: admin password: admin
An easy way to locate Z-Command on your network is to use the Discovery apps. Also, if you plug a headphone into Z-Command, you will hear the IP address and serial number after it boots (this may take up to 1 minute).
- How it works
- What’s in the box/initial setup
- Discovery applications
- Adding/linking z-wave devices
- Resetting/un-linking z-wave devices
- Monitoring and controlling z-wave devices
- Managing users
- Managing device permissions
- Events log and graph
- Hardware specifications
- Upgrading Z-Command