TKB Philio Z-Wave PIR, Light, temperature sensor (3 in 1)
The smallest and most discrete motion sensor! The TKB / Philio 3-in-1 Z-Wave Sensor combines a PIR, light sensor and a temperature sensor in one small package. Now you don't need 2 separate products to detect motion and report back on the room temperature and light level!
TKB Philio Z-Wave Motion, Light and temperature sensor (3 in 1)
This small sensor combines a PIR motion detector, Temperature and Luminosity sensor in a battery-powered Z-Wave device with a small form factor. The sensor is only 28 x 96 x 23 mm. This is the smallest z-wave motion sensor but still full of features! Ideal in situation where you want the motion sensor to be out of sight or precise detection of motion like going through a door or hallway by mounting it on the door frame.
The unit is small and contains three sensors that report values to the Z-Wave controller:
♦ Motion Sensor - detects movement
♦ Temperature Sensor - Measures the room's temperature
♦ Luminosity - Measures a room’s light level (LUX)
With this sensor you no longer need separate sensors in the room to detect motion and measure/report on temperature and light levels for your automation scenes. Now you can create scenes like when there is motion only turn on the room light if it's dark!
The sensor instantly reports temperature and light levels back to the home controller whenever the sensor is triggered which means the values are always up to date. Under normal residential conditions and if using lithium battery (not included) the battery life will last 2-3 years !
♦ Newest Z-wave 400series chip, support multichannel operation and higher data rate (9.6/40/100kbps)
♦ Higher output power (+2.5dBm output power as compared to -2.5dBm 300 series Z-wave module) to enhance the communication range
♦ Built in illumination sensor while applied to light control
♦ Adopt Z-Wave protocol to secure the success of wireless two way communication
♦ With Tamper proof protection
♦ Easy install
♦ Low battery indication
♦ Z-Wave V6.02
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