|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||34193|
|Batteries||2 CR123A batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Battery Or Micro Usb Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Plug Profile||Wall Mount|
|Switch Style||Motion Sensor|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||1 Motion sensor|
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GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Plus Portable Smart Motion Sensor, Tabletop/Wall/Ceiling Mount, Battery or USB Powered, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, ZWave Hub Required, 34193,White
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- REQUIRES Z-WAVE-CERTIFIED GATEWAY – Compatible with the following Z-Wave hubs: SmartThings, Wink, Nexia and Trane.
- PLACE ANYWHERE – Included mounting hardware for wall or ceiling installation combined with the option to place the sensor on tables, shelves, counters, desks or other flat surfaces supports use in any indoor location. It is ideal for high-traffic areas, like entryways, common rooms and halls, when powered by an optional micro USB cable.
- WIRELESS CONVENIENCE – Send notifications to mobile devices, trigger scenes and activate lights wirelessly any time movement is detected. The signal range of up to 150ft. from the closest hub or Z-Wave device also enhances versatility.
- WHOLE-ROOM COVERAGE – A reach of up to 45ft. and up to 180-degree coverage range complemented by three sensitivity settings – low/medium/high – accommodates rooms of every size.
- POWER OPTIONS – Two included CR123A batteries last up to two years and support portable use. The option to power the sensor with a micro USB cable (sold separately) activates the Z-Wave signal-repeater function and is perfect for even the busiest areas of your home.
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GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Smart Motion Sensor
Wireless Lighting Control - Portable Motion Switch
Make the move toward convenience with the GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Portable Smart Motion Sensor for your home. This Z-Wave compatible device boosts the safety of your home by working with your home’s gateway to wirelessly trigger scenes and send alerts to your smartphone or tablet whenever motion is detected.
Z-Wave is the world’s largest ecosystem of interoperable smart home products
- Increased wireless range
- Faster processor
- 4 times more memory
- Increased energy efficiency
- Supports wireless updates
- Works with all certified Z-Wave devices (backwards compatible)
Control your lights, fans and appliances, schedule a timed event or create a custom scene from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day, from your smartphones, tablets, PCs and Z-Wave enabled remotes.
Three Sensitivity Levels
Choose between a Low, Medium, or High motion detection level. Settings can be adjusted on the back of the device.
Wide Detection Range
With a 180 degree, 45-feet motion detection range, the motion sensor is effective in large or small rooms. The ball swivel mount allows the motion sensor to be tilted for additional detection options.
Battery or USB Powered
The device operates up to 2 years using 2 CR123 batteries (included), or skip the battery replacement and use a USB power cable to power the motion sensor (USB cable and adapter sold separately).
No wiring or installation needed. Battery or USB power allows you to place the sensor in a preferred location anywhere in the room.
The sensor sits perfectly on a shelf, table, counter or desk, and can also be mounted to wall or ceiling by using the included mounting hardware. Mounting hardware included.
Control your connected device with only your voice. Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home Assistant (sold separately).
GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Family of Products
GE Enbrighten provides a full line of Z-Wave products to make your whole home a smart home.
Put home automation into motion with the GE-branded Enbrighten Z-Wave Portable Smart Motion Sensor. When paired with a compatible hub, the smart sensor sends notifications, operates lights, triggers scenes and more. Wirelessly control and schedule indoor or outdoor fixtures for effortless management of your home. Your automation possibilities are seemingly infinite when connected to hubs from Wink, SmartThings, HomeSeer, Vera, Nexia and more. Signal Frequency: 908.4/916
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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When you first set up, keep in mind that you'll have to wait several minutes to test, so put it in a corner and leave it be. I set up a "robot" in the Wink app to send me a notification every time it detected motion AND every time motion stopped...soon enough I noticed it was sending a notification about every 4-6 minutes and my outside lights were going to 100% then to 1% every 4-6 minutes. HMMMMM what gives. I moved the sensor - NO CHANGE, SO HERE'S WHAT I DID:
UNPAIR THE DEVICE FROM YOUR HUB, then FACTORY RESET IT (press the button on the back 10 times in less than 6 seconds - you'll see the blue light come on for a few seconds), then follow the steps to reconnect.
It seems like what's happening is during setup is it's easy to change how the sensor communicates with the hub and you can change from the default "push" style notifications to "polled" notifications, where the sensor sends a status to the hub on a routine basis. In this state, the hub gets confused, and you see ON/OFF messages continuously. By resetting, you're ensuring that the sensor is communicating as intended, and I haven't had an issue yet. I believe there might be a small bug in the firmware, but if you pair it, have the issue, unpair it, factory reset, and re-pair - you hopefully will be good to know.
I'm still not sure exactly why this particular process works, but it worked for me and I'm guessing I just got lucky with the steps I took - but try this before returning - I hope it helps.
The units work great with my Z-wave hub (Wink 2) and operate almost painlessly. Pairing is simple, and you have to wait a day or so to get the procedure to stick proper sometimes. I'm unsure if that's due to the configuration flag organization of the headers in the radio setting on my Wink 2, or what, but these guys are a bit crabby sometimes. One seriouys con is, the battery life. I get about 2-3 months out of a set of cr123a's, so I switch these to USB/transformer line power when I can. I use on for my front door motion, and it's great, I have it turn on the outdoor lights when anyone is remotely close to our driveway even. Sometimes the sensor doesn't work as well as I'd like it to, but it seems to be related to the environmental conditions (temp, humidity, etc), and it will over trigger/throw false positives fairly often on the highest setting. We know they're false positives, because I put the thing in a box in an unoccupied and queit room and it continued to trigger motion. That unit was replaced and since have had no issues.
Bottom line is, they're decent sensors, but they are power hogs. I prefer the Dome unit over this one for form factor, but that unit is magnetic and someone could just walk up and take it. at least these units have a thread in base. The Jasco units are ok. My first purchase, I was able to get two of these units, one used and one new on auction for about $30, which is a steal, and I love them for that price. That's about a fair price for these too. Asking $40 a unit doesn't seem to make sense, but I suppose it's from all the licensing.