Frequently bought together
The Door/window sensor is a battery powered reed sensor. Its operation under the Z-Wave standard guarantees compatibility with the Fibaro system. Installation of the Door / Window Sensor in your home eliminates the risk of high fees for heating or air conditioning. In addition, the module can be equipped with a temperature sensor, and use the built-in binary input.
Functionality of 4 devices
The sensor expands the capabilities of the system by monitoring the opening of doors, windows and garage doors. It is used in automatic light control, access control and property protection systems.
The module checks the condition of opening / closing any window or door. Opened window will prevent the system from launching heating or air conditioning in a particular room and you will not be exposed to unnecessary costs. When mounting reed sensor on the front door, you can turn on the lights automatically when opening the door or run a pre-programmed scene e.g. "Return home". In addition, the Door / Window Sensor can be used as an unauthorized intrusion alarm sensor.
Wireless entry sensor
When used together with the Home Center 2 the Door/Window Sensor connected with a typical wall switch can control other components of the Fibaro system. The idea behind it is to enable the user to place a previously unplanned switch in a chosen location without the necessity to lay cables. The number and location of existing switches no longer limit the arrangement of your interior. The Door/Window Sensor can easily take up the role of this element of the home electrical system.
Control the temperature anywhere in the home. When used together with DS18B20 temperature sensor (sold separately), the temperature sensor can collect the data necessary for automatic ventilation of a room without cooling it excessively. The temperature sensor may also be used during the planning of a temperature profile at the heating panel.
Pre programed scenes switch
To start a scene on the level of electric installation it required a Fibaro module previously installed in an electric device, which could run a scene. Until now! The Door / Window Sensor has an additional functionality to start scenes. Simply connect a traditional light switch or any sensor (e.g. Motion detector) to the Fibaro module and indicate a pre-programmed scene to start. Therefore you gain a universal battery and completely wireless switch of multiple devices ready to work within a short time.
Easy and fast installation
Installation of the module is very simple. Just remove it from the box, open the case, get rid of the protective film on the battery and stick it to the surface with the supplied double-sided mounting tape. Low power consumption reduces battery replacement to 2 years. The system will notify you in advance in case of low power status. Current battery consumption is always visible in Home Center 2 configuration panel.
The user-friendly interface ensures easy and intuitive way of adding device to Fibaro System. The Door / Window Sensor installation is extremely simple. Just follow the three simple steps:
The modern FIBARO Door / Window Sensor has been designed for wireless software updates. Every upgrade of the device takes place seamlessly and without your action. Full automation of the software update is the comfort and safety guaranteed by the Fibaro team.
The Z-Wave Fibaro Universal Door & Window Sensor Gen5 is Z-Wave Plus Certified. Z-Wave Plus (5th Generation Z-Wave) offers a lot of new features including increased range, extended battery life and Over The Air upgrading (OTA). Take a look at our "What is Z-Wave Plus" guide for more information
- Radio protocol: Z-Wave Plus
- Radio frequency: Z-Wave Transmitter (868.42MHz)
- Sensors - Reed (movement), Temperature and binary input
- Temperature measurement requires DS18B20 sensor.
- Push-button: Inclusion, exclusion to Z-Wave network
- Power Supply: 3.6V DC battery with Low-battery warning
- Battery type: ER14250 ½ AA
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 76 x 17 x 19mm
- Operating range - up to 40 m indoors; up to 50 m outdoors
- Take a look at the Fibaro Door/Window Sensor Introduction (or click the image)
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