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|Description||The FIBARO Z-Wave D/W Sensor 2 is a small, battery powered magnetic door and window sensor with a built in temperature sensor.
||The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 is a wireless controller which enables you to manage your LED strips and halogen lights.
||The FIBARO Button is a compact, battery powered Z-Wave Plus device that allows you to control devices and run scenes in your Z-Wave network.
||Fibaro Flood Sensor is a universal, Z-Wave compatible, flood and temperature sensor. Device can be battery (ca. 2 years battery life) or VDC powered (12 or 24 VDC). A flood alarm is sent to the Z-Wave network devices or additionally to any alarm system controller, through opening an NC contact. The device has built in temperature sensor, monitoring the temperature of e.g. floor. Fibaro Flood Sensor is designed to be placed on the floor or on a wall with a flood sensor probe extended by a connected wire. The device has built in LED indicator and acoustic alarm. In addition, the sensor is equipped with a tilt sensor reporting tilt or movement to the main controller e.g. when someone has taken the Sensor from its original location. LED diode signals flood, operating mode or the Z-Wave network communication range. Fibaro Flood Sensor is sink-proof, which means it drifts on the water surface and keeps on sending alarm signals in case of substantial inundation of water.||FIBARO Smart Implant allows to enhance the functionality of wired sensors and other devices by adding Z-Wave network communication. You can connect binary sensors, analog sensors, DS18B20 temperature sensors or DHT22 humidity and temperature sensor to report their readings to the Z-Wave controller. It can also control devices by opening/closing output contacts independently of the inputs.|
Product DetailsThe FIBARO Z-Wave D/W Sensor 2 is a smart magnetic door/window sensor capable of sending binary ON/OFF commands wirelessly using the Z-Wave network (AUS/NZ version 921.42 MHz) when it is triggered. The detector consists of two magnetic units, one is placed on the moving part of the door or window and the other on the frame. The sensor expands the capabilities of your Z-Wave system by monitoring the opening of doors, windows and garage doors. The FIBARO Z-Wave D/W Sensor 2 can be used to automatically turn on lights, turn wireless switches ON/OFF and for security applications within the Z-Wave network. It is also useful for climate control systems, monitoring whether any doors or windows are open to ensure that your air-conditioning is not operating when it is not efficient to do so. This sensor includes a built in temperature sensor which further extends your Z-Wave network's climate control capabilities by allowing it to detect the exact temperature in your home. This product comes in multiple different colours. After all the details are confirmed by the system you will need to go to New service and press Reload Engine after this you will need to wait for the device to reconfigure before it will appear in your system, but once it has it should appear as a D/W sensor in the Vera UI.
DocumentationFIBARO Z-Wave Door/Window Sensor 2 User Manual
|The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 is a one of a kind, advanced wireless 4-colour LED strip controller. Apart from the traditional RGB channels it also supports the white light channel which allows you to add pastel colours to your lighting decorations.
The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 also has four analogue inputs supporting any type of Fibaro sensor (e.g. light sensors, wind sensors, pressure sensors and potentiometers operating between 0-10V). This smart feature allows you to use your lighting as a warning for certain events. You could, for example, set your RGB garden lights to turn red and flicker when one of your security sensors is triggered, alerting your neighbours to the intruder and allowing them to notify the proper authorities.
This device has four output channels which means that you can connect and independently control up to four light sources. The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 also allows you to monitor the energy consumed by the LED strips. Each of the four channels can be monitored independently providing you with all the information you need to minimise your energy bills.
The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 can control:
Configuring Z-Wave Devices:Z-Wave devices often have several configurable parameters which you can change using your Vera’s user interface. These parameters can include things such as the length of time a Z-Wave siren remains active for or the type of manual switch connected to a Z-Wave light controller. Every available configurable parameter is listed in your device’s user manual. In most cases your device’s default parameters will be suitable to your needs however sometimes it may be necessary to adjust them to optimally use your device. A guide to configuring Z-Wave devices with Vera UI7 is available in the Manuals section. Please check the maximum load before installing or operating. This device must be installed by a certified electrician. For all warranty claims, an electrical compliance certificate from your electrician must be provided.
DocumentationFIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller User Manual
Product DetailsThe FIBARO Button is a compact, battery-powered Z-Wave Plus device which allows you to manually activate and deactivate devices within your Z-Wave network and to activate scenes defined in your Z-Wave gateway. The FIBARO Button supports up to 6 different actions/scenes which are triggered with one to five clicks or by holding the button down. In panic mode, each press of the button results in triggering of the emergency scene. Designed to be small and light, the FIBARO Button can be conveniently mounted on any surface and in any location (eg. beside the bed or under the desk) Note: This device may be used with all devices certified with the Z-Wave Plus certificate and should be compatible with such devices produced by other manufacturers. FIBARO Button is a Security Enabled Z-Wave Plus product and a Security Enabled Z-Wave Controller must be used in order to fully utilize the product.
Product Description• Compatible with any Z-Wave network controller, • May be connected to any alarm system (potential-free output terminal), • Extremely easy installation - simply put on a surface prone to flooding, • May be installed anywhere - flood sensor’s contacts extended with a wire, • Battery or VDC powered. When connected to an external, VDC power source, the battery serves as an emergency power source, • Theft protection - tilt is reported to the Z-Wave network or alarm system’s main controller, • Two operating modes - flood/temperature sensor or just a temperature sensor.
Product DescriptionSupports Z-Wave network Security Modes: S0 with AES-128 encryption and S2 Authenticated with PRNG-based encryption. Works as a Z-Wave signal repeater. Allows for connecting sensors: 6 DS18B20 sensors, 1 DHT sensor, 2 2-wire analog sensor, 2 3-wire analog sensor, 2 binary sensors. Built-in temperature sensor. This product works with : Fibaro Home Controller 3/2/Lite Please note: THE DEVICE IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH VERA HOME CONTROLLERS Before installation Connect only in accordance with one of the diagrams, The device is powered with secure voltage; nevertheless, the user should be extra careful or should commission the installation to a qualified person, Do not connect devices that are not compliant with the specification, Do not connect other sensors than DS18B20 or DHT22 to SP and SD terminals, Do not connect sensors to SP and SD terminals with wires longer than 3 meters, Do not load the device outputs with a current exceeding 150mA, Every connected device should be compliant with the relevant safety standards, Unused lines should be left insulated. Tips for arranging the antenna: Locate the antenna as far from metal elements as possible (connecting wires, bracket rings, etc.) in order to prevent interferences, Metal surfaces in the direct vicinity of the antenna (e.g. flush mounted metal boxes, metal door frames) may impair signal reception! Do not cut or shorten the antenna – its length is perfectly matched to the band in which the system operates. Make sure no part of the antenna sticks out of the wall switch box.