Make the move toward convenience with the 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 hub to wirelessly trigger scenes and send alerts to your smartphone or tablet whenever motion is detected. The discreet, versatile design of the sensor makes it suitable for any indoor space, with a detection range up to 180 degrees and up to 45 feet away. Depending on your room size, the sensor offers three different motion-detecting sensitivity levels: low, medium and high. The GE motion 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. Once you decide on the best sensor placement for your home, you may choose to power the motion sensor using the included batteries for a cordless installation, or utilize the USB-powered option using a micro-USB cable and an AC power adapter (sold separately), and never worry about changing batteries again.
Requires a Z-Wave certified gateway - Compatible with the following Z-Wave certified Hubs: SmartThings, Wink, Nexia, Trane and Iris.
Wirelessly activate scenes or lights and send alerts to your smartphone or tablet whenever motion is detected.
Sensor sits perfectly on a shelf, table counter or desk, and can be mounted to a wall or ceiling using the included mounting hardware - can be placed up to 150 feet from the Z-Wave hub or closest Z-Wave device
Covers an 180 degree range and can detect motion from up to 45 feet away - three (3) adjustable motion sensitivity levels for small or large rooms/areas ( low / medium / high )
Two Power Options - Powered wirelessly by two (2) CR123A batteries (included) for a battery life of up to 2 years or can be powered via micro USB cable and power adapter (cable and adapter sold separately) recommended for high-traffic areas like entry-ways, common rooms, and hallways
HOME AUTOMATION PROTOCOLS AND LANGUAGES 101: AN INTRODUCTION
In this smart home guide, you'll discover:
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