The ZWSEC_SCP318 is a battery operated wall thermostat. Using a big wheel on the device the user can preset the desired target temperature in the room. By verifying the target temperature with the measured real temperature closed to the device the unit decides how to operate a wirelessly attached power switch that is attached to the heater. In parallel a central gateway of z-Wave control software can set the target temperature using Z-Wave. This enables to realize a time scheduled zone heating. The thermostat itself does not have any internal timers but executes the wireless settings (COMMAND CLASS THERMOSTAT_SETPOINT) and the local setup.
SRT323 is a single-box solution with integrated relay that includes time-proportional integral (TPI) software and interoperable Z-Wave radio. TPI controllers have been shown to provide considerable energy savings, compared with traditional heating controllers. The interoperable Z-Wave radio enables you to remotely change the set point, read the temperature or receive alerts. SRT323 is an ideal partner for use with a Z-Wave home gateway for web-enabled apps, allowing remote control of heating from anywhere with an Internet connection. You no longer have to worry about returning to a cold house.
The ZWsecSCS317 is a battery operated room thermostat capable controlling a central heating wirelessly via Z-Wave. It has a built in clock and calendar. This allows the user to adjust different time and temperature settings from the factory default settings. Up to six different time and temperature settings are available in each 24 hour period. This programmable room thermostat has a large display and intuitive user interface, making it easy to set up and use.
Secure SES303 is the latest addition to the stylish range of digital environmental sensors. The smart sensor from Secure provides reliable and continuous monitoring of temperature and humidity inside your home, and lets you improve the efficiency of your heating system. The Z-Wave sensor can be integrated easily into your home automation network and configured to be a part of intelligent scenes and scenarios. It can be expanded to work with external wired NTC temperature sensor (SES 001) or pipetank temperature sensors (SES 002 / SES 003). The sensors supports configurable data reporting, and can be configured to transmit the information to an associated device in the Z-Wave network. As the sensor is battery powered, there's no need for external wiring and it can be installed within a matter of minutes.
The ZWsecSES301 is a battery operated device which acts as temperature sensor. It uses Z-Wave wireless commands to send its temperature data to a controller. The device is IP 30 rated and can therefore only be used in dry environments. The precision of the temperature sensor is +/- 0.5 degree.