With the switchable Z-Wave plug adapter AD 1472 by Everspring your lights will become smart. Simply plugged between a wall outlet and a lamp it gives you the possibility to control the light an intelligent way. You are already on the way to work and can’t remember if all lamps at home were turned off? With the switchable Z-Wave plug adapter you don’t need to worry. Switch on and off connected lights from anywhere using your mobile device. Commissioning is very easy: Activate the learning mode on your Z-Wave control center and insert the Everspring plug adapter in a wall socket. Thanks to the auto mode inclusion you don’t need to do anything else. Now you can switch lamps with a load up to 250W conveniently via remote control, smartphone or by intelligent automation. Of course you can use the plug adapter as part of an automated scene defined in your Z-Wave Smart Home Gateway to switch your lights on and off or dim up and down.
This device is a switch plug-in and is used between a standard Schuko wall outlet and lamps connected to a wall outlet by cable. The unit is rated IP 20 and can therefore be used in dry environments only. The unit is included into a Z-Wave network by a remote control, PC software or any other kind of Z-Wave controller. It switches all kinds of loads. Local operation is possible by pressing the button on the device.
This presence detector using PIR (passive infrared receiver) detects the presence of a person in a room. The units send information to a controller or any other associated Z-Wave device. Up to 4 devices can be controlled from this device. The sensor is a battery-powered device, which is in sleeping state unless an action is detected. After a programmable sleeping time the device wakes up and sends a status information. After this the unit goes back to sleeping modus. Batteries can be changed without unscrewing the device from the door or frame. The unit will give a visual warning on the device and sends a warning to the Z-Wave controller, when batteries need to be replaced. The unit offers a tampering control and sends an alarm message when tampered.
The device has changeable lenses to optimize the monitoring of the room. A built in 60 db siren can be used if the sensor is in security application mode. A built in light sensor can be used to detect ambient light.
The device needs to be included into a Z-Wave network by a remote control or any other Z- Wave controller. For configuration of certain behavior a static controller such as a PC with home automation software or a gateway is required.
The ST814 is a combined Temperature/Humidity Sensor which is designed for both desktop use and wall mountable. The device has a local LCD display which either shows the temperature or the humidity. 4 buttons allow switching between minimum, maximum or actual values, humidity versus temperature and Fahrenheit versus Celsius The device can report its values via Z-Wave and allows to set trigger level for direct control of other Z-Wave device when the measured value hits the trigger point. This makes the ST814 a very powerful and flexible tool to measure environmental values and control device within a Z-Wave network.