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.
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.