• ZBWDS - Model # 1017A

    You can use this Zigbee HA (Home Automation Profile) wireless sensor to monitor doors, cabinets, and windows.  It wirelessly reports a change in status to your Smartenit Gateway so you can receive messages right on you smartphone, tablet, or computer when anything is opened or closed!

    Smart Possibilities

    • Receive an alert when your storage unit is opened
    • Know that your teenage safely got home from school and walked in the front door
    • Turn on lights automatically when you open your door to come home
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    ZBMLC15 - Model # 4034A

    Monitor and control appliances, overhead lights, ceiling fans, and more all from behind a switch or outlet, or anywhere.  This load controller smartens any switch, outlet, or fixture with energy metering (usable range 30-2,500 Watts), all while remaining hidden.  Use one of our gateways or any ZigBee HA compatible controller to remotely access connected lights or appliances and to control them based on their energy consumption.

    Smart Possibilities:

    • Eliminate idle power drawn by devices that are off or on standby
    • Trigger lights with motion sensors
    • Turn on ceiling fans when rooms get to a certain temperature
    • Use your lights to make it look like you're home when you're away
  • ZBRE-U - Model # 2012x

    Use this range extender to ensure home automation devices reliably communicate with each other.  By routing weaker messages, the ZBRE-U boosts the overall coverage of your home control network, ensuring robust communication, and eliminating dead zones.  It also helps network expansion by allowing other devices located further from the network controller to join the network. Works with most Zigbee hubs including Smartenit, SmartThings, Hubitat, Tuya, Alexa Echo Plus and Control4 (free diver provided).
    Please choose the right version below.  HA is for common home automation hubs such as Smartenit, SmartThings, Hubitat, etc.  SEP 1.x is for HAN (Home Area Network) where the utility smart meter is usually the coordinator/hub.

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