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Zwave4u. Test du Détecteur Universel Fibaro FGBS-001. Le détecteur universel, FGBS-001 de Fibaro, commercialisé en milieu d’année 2013 a vraiment une taille minuscule. Ce détecteur a été conçu pour être installé dans la plupart des boitiers de capteurs et/ou d’appareils existants et leur permettre de communiquer avec un réseau sans fil Z-Wave. Dès lors, il peut être utilisé chaque fois que la détection d’évènements (mouvement / fumée / chaleur / eau / action utilisateur / …) ou la collecte de données de température à partir de capteurs est nécessaire. Son alimentation non contraignante (de 9V à 30V DC) lui permet de se passer d’une alimentation en propre et de vampiriser celle du capteur / de l’appareil hôte. Ce module offre principalement deux détecteurs binaires en entrée ainsi qu’un bus filaire data 1-wire sur lequel quatre sondes de température Dallas DS18B20 peuvent être raccordées.

Je vous propose de détailler ses fonctionnalités et de suivre un test de fonctionnement sur la box : Vera3 / Vera lite. Déballage Fonctionnalités Conclusion. SmartThings: Automate your home and your life. Récepteurs Z Wave - Applidom. SmartThings: Make Your World Smarter by SmartThings. Extra SmartThings for all! See Update 16 for details. SmartThings makes it easy to connect the things in your physical world to the Internet. You can monitor, control, automate, and have fun with them from anywhere - at home, office, or on the go. We've made it possible to install apps that interact with your SmartThings, as well as online and other services. SmartApps are able to mash up and interact with connected things in your physical world, as well as online and other services, allowing for incredible creativity.

Get notified immediately if your pet runs out of your yard without you with the "Oh No, My Pet Is Loose! " Even more SmartApps... Think about all the things in your home: doors, desks, lights, stereo, pet food bowls, basement floor... isn’t it time they started to chip in and do a little more around the house on their own?

We will be working with the creators of Instacube to integrate the SmartThings technology - imagine the possibilities: More info in Update #9. Wimoto motes - Your Sixth Sensor. Wimotos are a family of small, wireless sensors for your iPhone, iPad, Android, Linux or Raspberry Pi device that measure environmentals such as ambient temperature, humidity, light, soil moisture, soil temperature, object temperature, human presence and movement. They last for about a year on a single battery and don't require an Internet connection to work. You can upload your data to our cloud service for analysis via our free app, or use the optional Wimoto Cloud Cube to do it for you in realtime via Wifi.

Instead of launching a weather app, wouldn't it be nice to know what the weather right outside your home is right now? Or if it's too dry or cold at night in your baby's bedroom? Or how long it take my fridge to cool down every time the door is opened? The Climote has literally hundreds of uses where you need precision temperature, humidity and light information. Imagine coming home from work, and your lawn telling you that it needs to be watered? A Great Looking App Press Coverage. ZigBee. ZigBee is used in applications that require only a low data rate, long battery life, and secure networking. ZigBee has a defined rate of 250 kbit/s, best suited for periodic or intermittent data or a single signal transmission from a sensor or input device.

Applications include wireless light switches, electrical meters with in-home-displays, traffic management systems, and other consumer and industrial equipment that requires short-range wireless transfer of data at relatively low rates. The technology defined by the ZigBee specification is intended to be simpler and less expensive than other WPANs, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. ZigBee networks are secured by 128 bit symmetric encryption keys. ZigBee was conceived in 1998, standardized in 2003, and revised in 2006.

Overview[edit] ZigBee is a low-cost, low-power, wireless mesh network standard. The ZigBee network layer natively supports both star and tree typical networks, and generic mesh networks. History[edit] ZigBee 2004[edit] Uses[edit]