Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring System
Leviton Decora Smart5 amps20 volt Single White Electrical WiFi Outlet 5-15R PRODUCT OVERVIEW Switch appliances and lights On and Off with ease with the Decora Smart Wi-Fi Mini Plug-In Single Outlet. Perfect for any residential setting where remote ON/OFF switching is needed. Switch your lamps, portable fans, kitchen appliances, indoor fountains, holiday lighting, and more. The integrated button provides manual push-button ON/OFF control at any time. Installation is simple and requires no new wiring just plug in your device. Simplify control of your residence - schedule lamps and connected loads to turn on/off at specific times or based on sunrise/sunset, easily group smart devices into rooms, and create scenes to activate multiple loads at once. Utilize the auto-shutoff feature as a countdown timer in closets, hallways and bathrooms. Engage home vs. away to enact randomization of lighting control, providing a lived-in appearance. Rated for 1500-Watt incandescent, 5A LED/CFL, 15A Magnetic, 15A General Use, and HP Motors. For Residential Use only. Schedule your lights, fans, electronics and small appliances to turn on when you want them including sunrise/sunset, easily create fun lighting scenes or use your voice to ask Alexa or Google to turn off all lightsControl your home from anywhere - no hub required - simply plug-in the mini outlet to any grounded receptacleLeviton devices are truly smart your pre-set schedules live inside each device, so your schedules always run as expectedWorks with Alexa, Google Assistant, Nest, IFTTT, Samsung SmartThings and moreWorks with Nest. Use any Nest device to act as a lighting trigger. Illuminate the porch upon motion detection, blink lights during an alarm, or turn all lights off when away - automatically PRODUCT DETAILS Maximum Amperage: 15 amps Volts: 120 volt Outlet Configuration: Single Color: White Nema Type: 5-15R Height: 1.5 in. Width: 3 in. UL Listed Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor CSA Listed Outlet Type: Wireless Residential
SmartThings lets you easily control, monitor, and secure your home from anywhere in the world. The heart of your smart home, the Samsung SmartThings Hub will connect all of your different smart locks, lights, outlets, thermostats, and more and let you control them from the free SmartThings app. Receive notifications about what's happening in and around your home and use your smartphone to remotely control your home's security, energy usage, lighting, and more. Since SmartThings is compatible with a wide variety of smart devices from different companies, once you have the SmartThings Hub and the free app for iOS, Android, or Windows, you can add as many additional SmartThings sensors or other popular Z-Wave, ZigBee, or Internet-connected products as you want to enhance your connected home. The Samsung SmartThings Hub works in the US and Canada. If the Honeywell Programmable Thermostat was not detected, you may need to reset the device through a Z-Wave exclusion before it can successfully connect with the SmartThings Hub. To do so in the SmartThings mobile app: 1. Tap the menu 2. Tap the Hub 3. Tap Z-Wave Utilities 4. Tap General Device Exclusion 5. When prompted: 1. Press the System button on the left side of the thermostat's display 2. Press and hold the blank center button until the display changes 3. The first set of numbers/arrows is the "Function" section - Scroll until you find "RF10" 4. The second set of numbers/arrows is the "Setting" section - Select 0 5. Press Done in the lower left corner to save and exit After the app indicates that the device was successfully removed from SmartThings, follow the first set of instructions above to connect the Honeywell Programmable Thermostat. Note: Please reference User Guide and Specification Sheet below under 'Technical Specifications' for instructions on how to add devices and troubleshoot connectivity issues
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