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A broken hose at the washing machine or a leaking pipe at the water tap. Even if there is only a small leckage it can cause a big damage. The POPP Water Leckage Sensor is protecting you from that. As soon as the device detects water at his probes an acustic alarm is triggered. Additionally, the LED starts blinking and the alarm signal is sent to the Z-Wave gateway. Because of that, you receive a message on your smartphone and you can act immediately even when you are not at home. Therefore you can prevent high damages because of water.
Connected to other smart devices like the POPP Flow Stop you can even turn off the water automatically, if there is a leakage in a water pipe.
The POPP Water Leakage Sensor can be placed underneath a washing machine or a sink. If there is not enough space for the main device you can use the included sensor cable with extra wall mounting plate. The sensor is water resistant and floats (protection class IP44). Thus, it is also suitable for outdoor use.
The PoPP Solar Outdoor Siren is a self-sufficient siren for Z-Wave security systems. Due to its large solar panel it can be used without any additional power supply or batteries. The siren can be installed on any place on the outside of the house and can be controlled using Z-Wave. This way it extends security systems and calls attention in case of a triggered alarm. The siren issues a very loud sound (105 dBm) and in parallel some stroboscope light.
All communication between the Z-Wave controller and the siren is encrypted and secured to protect against manipulation.
Overflowing bathtubs, leaking washing machines or defects to gas and water pipelines – damages can occur almost anywhere and cause immense costs. The POPP Flow Stop can prevent this – thanks to Z-Wave. Flow Stop is a motor operated shut-off controller for automatic flow stop of gas and water pipes. It is equipped with Z-Wave technology. This means it is particularly suitable for use in smart homes.
Even installation is child’s play. The POPP Flow Stop is delivered completely including valve control/motor, power supply, mounting and Quick Start Guide and is easy to assembly on the existing ball stop valve. In doing so, all usual pipe standards, including ½ ” and ¾“, are possible. On this occasion no pipes must be dismantled or even water must be drained. That way the installation is normally done in 5-10 minutes.
The POPP Flow Stop is driven by a motor and closes the ball valve mechanically. Even though the Motor requires only 12 Volt (1A), it has a high power output as well as high torque, which reliably closes the ball valve in just 10 seconds. Also a manual closing of valve is easily possible in case of power failure – thanks to the clutch release bearing.
Once the Flow Stop is added to a smart home gateway via Z-Wave, the stop valve can be operated via any PC, notebook, smartphone or tablet. Additionally, in the event of leaking gas or water the smart home gateway – when combined with sensors – is able to stop a further inflow automatically and thus protects against more extensive damage and further danger.
The POPP Flow Stop is a good piece of security for the intelligent home defending from nasty surprises and high costs due to gas and water damages.
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.
You want to be informed when it starts raining and your windows are still opened? Or you want to control your garden watering intelligently and you want to note the rainfall as well? The POPP Z-Rain enables this in your Z-Wave Smart Home.
The Z-Rain has an internal rocker, where the rainwater is collected until the weight of the water tilts the rocker. The tilting will be registered from a reed sensor and counted as well. Based on that the rainfall will then be calculated.
With the first tilt of the rocker and therefore right to the beginning of the rain you will receive the first value from the Z-Rain. Then you can get a push-message or E-Mail, if one of your windows is still opened and your awning will close automatically.
The great advantage of the Z-Rain is, that it not only detects rain but also measures the exact amount of rain. A small little shower is not always a reason to close your side windows. You can also configure the value of rain, when you want to be informed about the rain. During a rain fall the Z-Rain reports the amount of rain every 1024 seconds in m3 (total sum of the rainfall), mm per m2 and mm/h (current strength of the rainfall) to the Smart Home Gateway. When the rainfall stops, the last measured value will be sent to the gateway. Afterwards the value will become nil again. With that you can turn off your garden watering with the beginning of a rainfall and turn on the next watering cycle based on the measurements of the last rainfall.
Thanks to Z-Wave and the operation with two standard AAA batteries the Z-Rain can be placed anywhere in your garden. Because of the integrated battery booster technology, the Z-Rain could possibly have lifetime of up to 5 years depending on the wake-Up interval.
The Z-Wave smoke detector detects resulting fire and smoke emission reliable. In case of emergency it alarms acoustically and sends alarm signal to Z-Wave network so that all other smoke detectors in range can be alarmed. That ensures that the alert also reaches people in all floors as well as in the night while they are sleeping. Thanks to Z-Wave wireless technology you can define further actions triggered by the smart home control center in case of an alarm. To enhance safety, escape routes can be highlighted with automated lighting and unlocking or locking of shutters and doors.
Thank to its integrated 10-year battery the smoke detector can be used for legally prescribed lifecycle without replacing the main battery. The Z-Wave module‘s battery can be replaced with just a few simple steps when the device informs the control center about low battery status. Low Z-Wave module battery has no influence to the smoke sensors functionality.
This device is the first smoke sensor with Z-Wave which has the Q-label (Vds 3131) for extended quality.
Beyond these functions the Z-Wave smoke detector can be used as an independent indoor siren which can be integrated into an existing security system. Within your Z-Wave smart home network the smoke detector can be connected to other sensors such as door and window contacts or motion sensors independently from a control center. In case of an alarm the acoustic signal will be different from the signal in case of fire.
This is a switch plug-in and is used between a standard Schuko wall outlet and electrical loads connected to a wall outlet by cable. The unit is rated IP 20 and can therefore be used in dry environments only. The device switches all kinds of loads. The unit is included into a Z-Wave network by a remote control, PC software or any other kind of Z-Wave controller.
Z-Weather is the world’s first energy-automated Z-Wave sensor.
The multifunctional sensor is powered by a solar cell. Thanks to the energy management and the internal capacitor the wind sensor sends measures to the Z-Wave Controller even during the night. The built in energy manager automatically calculates and sets the wake up interval between 5 minutes (on sunny days) and 1 – 2 hours on cloudy days or at the beginning of the day. Additionally, the energy management protects against full discharging and enables continous operation for reporting gusting wind, storm or dusk in case of emergency.