FortezZ MIMOLite Z-wave Mulit-Input/Output Dry Contact Bridge

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FortezZ MIMOLite Z-wave Mulit-Input/Output Dry Contact Bridge
Compatibility Unofficial - User Verified
Manufacturer FortezZ
Model/Part # MIMOLite
Network Type ZWave
Category(s) Lights & Power
Type(s) Switch
Sub-Type(s) Other

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CONFIRMED WORKING: Unofficial - User Verified

FortezZ MIMOLite Z-wave Mulit-Input/Output Dry Contact Bridge


The MIMOlite Module is an interface / bridge module, capable of converting a digital or analog voltage input and/or a Z-WaveTM RF message input to a dry contact relay output and/or a Z-WaveTM RF message output. Power: 12 to 16 volts DC from regulated Power supply @~ 500mA capability Frequency Range: 908.4MHz (US) Distance Range: Max 100ft line of sight in unobstructed environment


  • One 24VDC / 110 VAC Relay to control any low voltage device via Z-wave. Controls garage doors, motorized shades, gates, solenoid valves, etc. Relay can be set as momentary or Latched.
  • One SIGNAL Input terminal block to receive low voltage (digital, analog, or pulse) signals via Z-wave. Use with reed sensors, contact sensors, door bell buttons, Security panel relay's, water leak probes, water level sensors, temperature probes, float switches, etc.
  • 9V AC power adaptor included. Low voltage wire is NOT included


Per Ashok Aiyar
"[Connects to Wink as] Generic z-wave binary switch. There's a single jumper on the switch that determines whether it is a latched relay or a momentary relay. Momentary relay is the operating mode needed for it to control a garage door opener. Importantly, the jumper has to be configured before pairing it to the hub. After pairing, moving the jumper doesn't change the relay's behavior. I paired it to the hub using z-wave inclusion mode."

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  1. Although I do my best to verify every product that is reported as compatible, things do change.
    • Firmware updates to either hub might render previously-compatible devices inoperable. Usually, problems like this are reported and addressed by Wink.
  2. Inclusion in this Wiki is a very good indicator of compatibility, but is not a guarantee.
    • One thing to be aware of is that "ZWave Plus" devices might not work with the Wink Hub (1st version), though they should work with the Wink Hub 2.
  3. I use a Wink Hub 2 as my primary controller.
    • My testing is done on the Wink Hub 2.
    • I try to find out if devices reported by others are Hub 1 or Hub 2, but I'm not always able to find out.
  4. I am a beta tester.
    • This means my hub might work with a device that won't work for the general public.
    • I try to avoid adding article for devices that are only compatible with the Wink beta firmware, but sometimes, something slips through.
    • If I report that it works, but it does not work for you, chances are it will start working for you in the near future.