Siren Gen5, ZW080-A17, by Aeotec, Cert ID: ZC10-14090012Controlled by Z-Wave, Aeon labs siren comes with all the features that a siren ought to have as well as the features it should have. Along with its inbuilt siren and LED lights are a host of inbuilt benefits. There?s the backup battery that will keep the siren online in the event of a power-cut, purposeful or otherwise. There are also the inbuilt configuration commands, allowing the decibels the siren outputs to be customized for secondary purposes, from door chimes to door bells. Utilizing the latest, stable Z-Wave technology, each sensor acts as a network repeater ...
The SmartThings Motion sensor is a ZigBee device that lets you know when movement is detected in a certain area of your home and can trigger different actions in response to that movement. Set lights to turn on and off as you come and go and protect your home by triggering lights, sirens and other electronics to turn on if there's unexpected motion in your home. The sensor can also detect temperature and trigger smart thermostats, window A/C units and portable heaters to automatically adjust as people come and go. Place the motion sensor on a table or shelf, or use the included adhesive or mounting bracket and screws to place it on a wall. The Motion requires the SmartThings Hub and has a range of approximately 50-130 feet, depending on your home's construction. SmartThings offers a one year limited warranty on this product.
The most versatile device in the Samsung SmartThings family, this sleek ZigBee device acts as a movement, vibration, orientation and temperature sensor all in one. The SmartThings Multipurpose Sensor can detect whether an object like a door or drawer is open or closed; sense when valuable or off-limits items have been moved or tampered with; offer temperature readings; and feel vibration. It requires the SmartThings Hub. SmartThings offers a one-year limited warranty on this product. TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS: > If your device doesn?t connect after removing the "Remove to Pair" tab, hold the ?Connect? button while inserting the battery. > Release the button when the LED is lit. > The LED will blink blue while attempting to connect. > Then select ?Connect New Device? in the SmartThings app.
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