• ZBALRMB - Model # 6002A

    Use the ZBALRMB door bell and wireless switch to include your entryway in your home automation network. ZBALRMB can wirelessly communicate with other devices like our ZBALRM alarm and our multiple lighting control options to announce when someone is at your door.  Battery powered, it can be wall mounted or kept portable, as a convenient remote control.

    Smart Possibilities

    • Bind it to a chime and outdoor lighting control to be notified when someone is at the door
    • Use it within a Smartenit home automation system to receive an SMS message and record video from an IP based camera
    • Keep it unattached and use it as a convenient way to turn ON/ OFF a pool pump or open/ close a water valve
  • Smartenit IoTeMtr energy meter Smartenit Energy Meter

    Smart, Multi-Channel Three/Split/Single-Phase Energy Meter Model #3017

    This versatile multi-channel wireless (zigbee, WiFi or LoRa) meter is configurable to measure two 3-phase circuits, three split-phase circuits or six single phase circuits.  Parameters including voltage, frequency, current, power and active/reactive energy imported or exported are read wirelessly with a local hub/gateway or through a WiFi router that connects to a cloud service. The six current sampling channels are set up for CTs with a 0-333mV output range for flexible CT choices.  Supported by the Smartenit mobile and web apps for powerful energy management functionality.
  • ZOE-MLC1 - Model # 4040A

    Extend energy management and remotely monitor and control up to two of your largest energy-consuming appliances with a ZOE-MLC1.  Perfectly suited for dual-speed pool pump control and electric heater management, it also provides load status and energy consumption.  It even comes ready to participate in Energy Utility rebate programs.  Set schedules and get alerts when energy consumption surpasses user set thresholds before they drive up your energy bill.

    Smart Possibilities:

    • Turn on/ off large devices from anywhere
    • Monitor energy consumption at the appliance level
    • Run your pool pump when it's most energy efficient and least costly
    • Have large appliances respond to other events in your system
    • Participate in your energy utility's demand response programs and get rebates on your energy bill

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