3 X Aeotec By Aeon Labs Gen5 Z-wave Plus 6-in-1 Multisensor 6 ZW100-A
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- Wink and all alarm panels users : DO NOT BUY IT. Regardless your seller promised you your controller does not support many of command class which are required for z-wave plus devices.Please note that claiming in this case item as defective is a violation of Amazon return policy.
- . 6-in-1 sensor: motion, humidity, temperature, light, UV, vibration sensor. Z-Wave 500 series chip Security: AES-128 bit data encryption and tamper protection.
- Optimized antenna range - 300ft Z-Wave RF range (outdoor - with motion sensor disabled), 80+ ft (indoor). Light weight and small size. Recess mounting (bracket sold separately).
- 2-year battery life with standard use (2xCR123A batteries NOT INCLUDED)
- Certifications: ETL, CE, RCM, FCCID, CCC,Z-Wave+
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. Wink and all alarm panels users : DO NOT BUY IT. Regardless your seller promised you your controller does not support many of command class which are required for z-wave plus devices.Please note that claiming in this case item as defective is a violation of Amazon return policy. MultiSensor 6 is the foundation of a modern smart home. Its perfectly small exterior hosts the technology for real-time intelligence. Designed and calibrated to be as accurate as it can be, MultiSensor 6’s accuracy varies as little as ±0.2%. The device measures ultraviolet light and can protect your family's health and your furniture from bleaching. With the newly added vibration sensor, MultiSensor 6 makes your environment secure like never before. MultiSensor 6 is a part of Aeotec by Aeon Labs’ Gen5 range of Z-Wave products. That means that it outperforms all that has come before it. It’s built around the latest Z-Wave 500 series chip and firmware, providing a 50% greater wireless range and a 250% faster communication speed over previous Z-Wave products. It has AES 128 bit security encryption built right in. SPECIFICATIONS: Motion Sensor : 16 feet, and 120° field of view; Humidity Sensor : 20% to 95%, accuracy:+/- 5% at 77°F; Temperature Sensor : 14°F (-10°C) ~ 140°F (60°C), accuracy: +/- 32.9°F (0.5°C); Light Sensor : 0 lux to 1000 lux; Vibration Sensor : acts as tamper switch, ON or OFF; Operation Temperature (Top): -4°F (-20°C) ~ 140°F (40°C); Storing Temperature: -40°F (-40°C) ~ 176°F (80°C); Working Humidity: 8% ~ 80%; Operational site: Indoor and outdoor; Power: DC 5V 500mA or 2 x CR123A battery; Weight: 2.6 oz
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A good example is one sensor is connected to the living room light, on over 10 lumens, off over 50 lumens also fan on over 75 degrees and more!
The ST driver for these things isn't officially supported so there are a couple of third party options. In my experience I wouldn't even call the support for this device "alpha" though aeontec's website says they work "great". I was unable to get motion detection working at all, which is primarily what I wanted them for. LUX support gives bizarre, nonsensical numbers, temp seemed to work, relative-humidity maybe, UV not at all. There are several configurable parameters, none of which are particularly well documented. There seems to be a great deal of confusion about which features are supported in battery mode and which in wired mode. Also, its supposed to securely join your z-wave network by double clicking on join rather than single click, but I could never get that to work either. All in all the whole thing felt like a hobbyist project and not at all something that I'd trust to run my lights.
From what I read on ST's website even when motion detection does work its slow, slower even than ST's motion detector so that you're several paces into a room before the lights come on, though as I said, I couldn't get motion to work at all.
Update: I returned 5 of these devices and kept 2, mostly because I wanted a luminance sensor and a humidity sensor, though I'd hoped to also use them for motion. At this point I wish I'd returned all 7.
I've gotten motion to work but it is indeed much slower than my other iris motion sensors. It also doesn't work sometimes. Humidity and luminance-- hard to tell what they're doing. Not really working as I'd like but that's all probably due to configuration, which is extensive depending on what 3rd party device handler you use. Also the thing drains batteries.
People complain about the "decline of american manufacturing" or whatever but as an engineer this device, to me, is emblematic of a problem that plagues american technology from automobiles to software, a sort of "grab the money and run" "buyer beware of our shoddy product" mindset.
Instead of designing for the long term health of their brand Aeotec rushes their 1/2 assed products to market then pretends they're just fine, and its all the user's problem. I'll never associate "Aoetec" with quality again.
The lux does not work well.
Overall not ready for prime time. Wish I bought two, not five.
Their size is a plus, but since they do not really work well ????????????