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    POPP 433 Bridge - white

    €40.64 excl tax
    The POPP 433 Bridge enables your POPP Hub to be connected to RF433 MHz devices (fixed code). Therefore you can connect devices like door sensors and wall plug working with the RF433 MHz technology to your bridge.
    The bridge will be added to your existing Wi-Fi network. For that you just connect with the Wi-Fi of the Bridge and set up all the settings of your local Wi-Fi and your POPP Hub. Afterwards you can add and control the RF433 MHz devices via the Web UI and the App of your POPP Hub.
    As a result the 433 Bridge is perfectly made to create a connection between your wall plugs or door sensors of the 433 MHz technology with your Z-Wave devices. The advantage of the RF433 devices is extended range and wide dissemination in DIY markets and other channels. However devices with 433 MHz (fixed code) do not communicate with encryption, bidirectional or with a security standard.
    The POPP 433 Bridge is only compatible to the POPP Hub or with gateways based on the Z-Way software.

    Hub Z-Wave PoPP

    €161.79 excl tax

    The PoPP Hub is the central head and brain of the smart home made by PoPP. It utilizes the Z-Wave wireless technology to control all smart devices in the home. It is used to control different single devices as well as complete defined scenes and actions combining device functions within the network.

    It needs only a few steps to get your PoPP Hub up and running. Add devices such as switches, lights, thermostats, door locks and various sensors to your home network and define automated scenarios (e.g. „All-off“, „Coming Home“, different light scenes).

    Control all devices in your smart home by wall panel, key fob remote control or with tablet, smartphone and desktop pc by using the internet connection to the PoPP Hub.

    POPP 433 Bridge - black

    €40.64 excl tax
    The POPP 433 Bridge enables your POPP Hub to be connected to RF433 MHz devices (fixed code). Therefore you can connect devices like door sensors and wall plug working with the RF433 MHz technology to your bridge.
    The bridge will be added to your existing Wi-Fi network. For that you just connect with the Wi-Fi of the Bridge and set up all the settings of your local Wi-Fi and your POPP Hub. Afterwards you can add and control the RF433 MHz devices via the Web UI and the App of your POPP Hub.
    As a result the 433 Bridge is perfectly made to create a connection between your wall plugs or door sensors of the 433 MHz technology with your Z-Wave devices. The advantage of the RF433 devices is extended range and wide dissemination in DIY markets and other channels. However devices with 433 MHz (fixed code) do not communicate with encryption, bidirectional or with a security standard.
    The POPP 433 Bridge is only compatible to the POPP Hub or with gateways based on the Z-Way software.

    Battery powered wireless wall controller

    €41.50 excl tax
    With this battery wall controller you can control your smart home from everywhere in the room, because the flat switch can be positioned on and removed from every planar surface without laying or pay attention cables. Switch the lights, the heating and window blinds with only one touch of a button. Using the wall controller is as simple as using an ordinary light switch – but with significantly more functions.
    The device could be used as primary controller and secondary controller as well. With the buttons 3 and 4 new Z-Wave devices can be added to the wireless wall controller. Equally you can remove devices from your Z-Wave network.
    Due to primary controller function you can use the battery wall controller as standalone remote control as well without using any smart home gateway. Devices such as sockets, window blinds, dimmer, lights and electronic door locks can be switched by the controller directly.
    Once one device is added to the wall controller it checks the device type (switch, dimmer,…) and assigns the buttons with correct commands.
    Of course you can also include the battery wall controller to an existing Z-Wave smart home network. Therewith you have the possibility to trigger defined scenes such as the closing of the shutters with simultaneous switching on all lights in the room by only one touch of a button. Or place the wall controller next to your entrance door and start the scenario All of when youre leaving home to switch off al lights and electrical devices you do not need during absence with only one touch of a button.

    KEYFOB-C mini 4 Button Remote Control

    €42.01 excl tax
    You want to be in control of your smart home? With the KFOB-C remote control you can switch the lights, the heating and window blinds with only one touch of a button. Using the KFOB-C remote control is as simple as using your car key remote control – and it is equally small and compact and suits to your key ring. Furthermore the robust sliding cover prevents involuntary touches of the buttons.
    The KFOB-C remote control could be used as primary controller and secondary controller as well. With the buttons 3 and 4 new Z-Wave devices can be added to the KFOB Controller. Equally you can remove devices from your Z-Wave network.
    Due to primary controller function you can use the KFOB as standalone remote control as well without using any smart home gateway. Devices such as sockets, window blinds, dimmer, lights and electronic door locks can be switched by KFOB-C directly.
    Once one device is added to KFOB remote control it checks the device type (switch, dimmer,…) and assigns the buttons with correct commands.
    Of course you can also include the KFOB-C to an existing Z-Wave smart home network. Therewith you have the possibility to trigger predefined scenes such as the opening of the garage door with simultaneous switching of all lights in your garden by only one touch of a button. Or start the scenario “Good night” which switches off al lights and electrical devices in your house with only one touch of a button when you go to bed.

    POPP KeyPad

    €145.53 excl tax
    The Keypad is the first Z-Wave enabled and outdoor Keypad in the Smart Home world!
    The Keypad can activate and deactivate your security system by using an individual Pin Code. Furthermore you can unlock connected doorlocks without a key but with a multi-digit Code.
    As soon as somebody logs in with his personal Pin Code you will be informed automatically. Because of that you even know while your on the road, when your kids arrived at home. Beside the Keypad does not need a key, which are often lost by kids.

    The POPP Keypad can save up to 20 different Pin Codes. Each Code can have 4-10 digits. Every single Pincode has its own scene ID and can start other scenes. Meanwhile you can also us the different scenes IDs to see, who and when one of the residents came home. Additionally the Keypad has an separated doorbell button, which controls his own scene. That way you can switch on a light and turn down the volume of your hifi system when somebody rings the door.

    The Keypad is protected against tamper and burglar the Keypad has an integrated magnetic sensor. If the Keypad is move unauthorized, you receive a push message (gateway mode) immediately or a siren will be triggered. In addition a separted scene ID is used, when a wrong Pin Code is entered. As a result you know directly when somebody use the keypad unauthorized. An integrated multicolor LED shows, if the Pin Code was entered correctly and informs if the entered Code was transmitted successfully.

    Stand alone and Gateway mode
    The Keypad can be used in 2 different modes. Firstly it can be use in connection to a doorlock or dooropener in the Stand-Alone mode. For that you do not need a Z-Wave gateway because the Keypad is directly associated with the door opener.
    Secondly the Keypad can be used in the Gateway mode. For that the keypad is connected to the Gateway and is shown as a scene controller. Each access code gets his own scene ID. The doorbell button and the wrong entering of code will be shown with own scene IDs.