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Multisensors sense different environmental parameters like temperature, humidity, motion and light in one single unit.
Adding Z-Wave Motion Sensors to your home automation system really brings the whole system to life - detecting movement and triggering custom events.
Z-Wave Door and Window sensors protect your home by notifying your Z-Wave controller on opening/closing movements of your home’s doors and windows.
Z-Wave sirens are an integral part of your home security system that help raise the alarm when an intrusion or other event is detected.
Flood sensors connect with your home automation system’s Z-Wave controller and trigger instant alerts whenever a leak is detected.
Z-Wave Power meters and Utility sensors are used to monitor your actual electricity usage, enabling you to reduce your energy bills.
Z-Wave temperature, humidity and multi-use sensors are used to track changes in heat and automatically control a room's temperature.
Z-Wave Binary sensors allow devices with a binary (switch) output to communicate with your Z-Wave home automation network.
Monitor humidity levels in your home with our Z-Wave humidity sensors - install devices will warn you if humidity or temperature get too high or low.
Use Z-Wave Light Sensors to monitor light levels both indoors and outdoors to control your home's lighting via Z-Wave wireless.
Z-Wave Smoke and CO2 sensors monitor Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide levels and notify your smart home automation controller in case of danger.
Adding Z-Wave Sensors to your home automation system really brings the whole system to life. You don't have to manually control lights, heating and blinds. You can use Z-Wave motion sensors to automatically activate lights when you walk into a room and they can work as security sensors helping to protect your home.. Smart Door sensors will activate lights when a door, window or gate is opened. A Smart Light sensors can be used to turn lights one when the ambient light drops to a set level. Finally, occupancy sensors can detect as you enter the house, automatically turning lights and a whole host of other things on throughout the house.