Yes. Vera's power adapter runs on all international standards, from 100 to 240 volts. Customers in Europe receive a power connector for their outlets. Other countries may need to use an adapter. Z-Wave operates on different frequencies in the U.S. and Europe. When you order Vera, the Z-Wave stick is available either in European or U.S. versions. Note that the Z-Wave accessories at our online shop, like lamp modules and light switches, are U.S. only. Vera will work fine with any Z-Wave accessories you buy locally. For more information on Z-Wave outside U.S. and Europe, read Z-Wave International.
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- How to create a scene with Schedules and Delays?
- Will my Z-Wave devices still work if Vera is removed from the system?
- What is Vera's black dongle for? What happens if I lose it?
- How secure are Z-Wave devices such as door locks?
- How much money will Vera save me on my energy bill?
- Will Vera work internationally?
- Can Vera really be that easy to setup and access remotely?
- So Vera has a built in Wi-Fi access point? Those things are complicated to set up!
- What if I don't want another Wi-Fi access point? What kind of Wi-Fi does Vera use?
- But web cameras and other network devices always require some setup, right?