|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.8 x 2.5 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||ZW100|
|Batteries||1 CR123A batteries required.|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||4|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||MultiSensor 6, Battery Cover, Back-Mount Arm, Double-Sided Tape, Screws (×2), Micro USB Cable|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty against manufacturer defects|
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Aeotec Multisensor 6, Z-Wave Plus 6-in1 motion, temperature, humidity, light, UV, vibration sensor
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- 6-in-1 Z-Wave Plus MultiSensor: motion, humidity, temperature, light lux, UV, vibration sensor.
- 2 year battery life
- Super-small at 1.8 inches. Can be installed in corner, in-wall, on shelf or in downlight.
- Works with certified Z-Wave gateways and tested with Fibaro, Indigo 7, openHAB, SmartThings, Vera.
- Z-Wave Plus certified. Certification number: ZC10-15070011
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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|Item Dimensions||1.8 x 2.5 x 1.8 in||1.9 x 0.57 x 1.89 in||1.8 x 2.3 x 1.8 in||1.81 x 1.81 x 1.57 in||3.25 x 4 x 2.2 in||3.02 x 3.02 x 0.36 in|
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 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. You need a Z-Wave gateway which operates with the 500 series chip products to take full advantage of the device. Please consult the manufacturer of your Z-Wave hub to make sure it supports all MultiSensor 6 features. 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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The sensor itself is much smaller than the baseball-sized units I have now, and that's mostly a good thing. The squarish shape and small size helps it mix in to my room decor a little better, and there are a lot of options for permanently mounting them or just placing them on a shelf or in some inconspicuous location.
You have a choice of 2 CR123A batteries or USB power. The older sensors I have were powered by 4 AAA batteries, and to go as long as possible between battery changes, I typically used lithium cells...this gave me a year or two between battery changes, but these lithium batteries are expensive. Assuming the CR123A's last as long, I think that's probably a better and less expensive solution. The USB option is nice, but so far I haven't found a need for it - I just tend to use these things in places where I want to be able to put them wherever I want without any type of cabling.
With Z-wave devices, a lot usually comes down to how well supported the device is by your home automation controller. I have two different systems: in my primary residence, I have an older Vera-3 unit, and in my vacation home I have a newer Homeseer controller. The Vera is Z-wave and the Homeseer has the latest Z-wave Plus hardware, and I'm happy to say that it was pretty trivial to connect these sensors to both systems. The Vera UI7 level has the Multisensor 6 support built-in, so it was just a matter of selecting it and pairing. The Homeseer was similar, but I needed to upgrade to the latest version first.
Once paired with my home automation controllers, the sensors seemed to work perfectly, giving me motion alerts as well as temperature, humidity, light levels, UV and vibration sensors. The motion sensor is the one I care most about, and it seems to be roughly similar to the older sensors I had, working reliably from 15-20' at angles up to 150 degrees. In my setup, I have pretty good signal coverage everywhere in my home, so I don't know that I get any benefit from Z-wave Plus and its greater range. I haven't noticed any other performance differences between the Z-wave and the Z-wave Plus system, although I'm hoping the Z-wave Plus system will give me somewhat more time on a set of batteries.
Bottom line is that I'm happy with these units and would definitely recommend them to anyone wanting a capable sensor in a small package at a fair price.
Such is the case when I was looking for a solid Z-Wave, Multi-Sensor that would work well with my hub. Amazon's customer reviews led me to this gem, Aeon's Aeotec Multisensor 6, Aeotec Multisensor 6, Z-Wave Plus 6-in1 motion, temperature, humidity, light, UV, vibration sensor. With over 225 reviews combined with 125 answered questions I found the perfect solution that offered me the most flexibility to fulfill my requirements. I added the optional in-ceiling bracket so that this sensor is well concealed in plain sight, as it now blends in nicely with my drop ceiling.
So much for research and aesthetics. I'm thrilled with Aeon's Multisensor 6. Not only does it measure most everything available in the market to measure, it achieves this with extreme accuracy, including a UV sensor. Within 5 mins my new Aeon's MS-6 installed seamlessly with my ST's Hub. All measurements (motion, humidity, temperature, light lux, UV, and vibration sensors) were synchronized and reporting within 10 minutes. Although this sensor offers the option to be powered via a USB power supply, I chose to take advantage of the 2-year expected battery life since I had no AC outlet in my ceiling (and it's designed for easy battery access). Now that I've installed and tested this product for about one month, I intend to buy several more of these Aeon sensors, as well as explore some of the other more cost effective options offered by Amazon using the "Compare with similar items" link nicely provided on most of your product offerings (thanks).
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