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Zipato is the complete control and automation platform. You can control your home from anywhere, automate all devices, see what's going on when you are away, and get instant alerts in case of any security or safety issue. In addition to that, Zipato allows to optimize your energy consumption, without sacrificing your comfort.
ZipaTile with Z-wave and Zigbee is the complete home control system in the form of a single device. It can be easily mounted on any wall, in any home. Featuring a large number of built-in sensors and hardware modules, ZipaTile will replace numerous home devices such as a security system, thermostat, automation controller, IP camera, alarm siren or intercom and bring it all together in one, smart and beautiful device.
Enjoy controlling your smart home with the most modular and convenient home automation solution on the market. Zipabox is the next-generation automation controller that lets you control all your electronic devices, regulate their energy consumption and secure your home from unwanted intrusions. It uses simple, reliable, low-power radio waves that easily travel through walls, floors and cabinets, but it also supports hard wired connection of older electronic devices. It’s modular nature enables you to extend its functionality with support for most existing home automation protocols such as Z-Wave, ZigBee, EnOcean, 433Mhz, KNX and many more.
It’s presence detector, temperature meter, illuminance meter and door/window sensor in one device. Multisensor Quad offers elaborate security and ambient sensing options. The multifunctional nature of this product allows you to detect motion, monitor the opened/closed status of any opening object, and measure a room’s ambient temperature and light intensity. It can be used either to detect intruders or to automatically trigger other Z-Wave devices when activated. Primarily intended for use as a door/window sensor, the Multisensor Quad consists of a sensor and a magnet. One piece mounts on the door/window frame, and the other mounts on the door/window itself. When the two components separate, the sensor reports that the door/window is open.