Never before has one device made a single corner of your room so smart. Never before has it done it inside. Never before has it done it outside. And never before has it brought all that intelligence to your Z-Wave network.
The Aeotec by Aeon Labs MultiSensor looks like a motion sensor and acts like one too. But it’s also so much more. Placing this one piece of Z-Wave technology either in the corner of a room or outside is the same as placing 4 pieces of Z-Wave technology. But those 4 pieces of technology, those 4 pieces of intelligence that you can bring to your Z-Wave network, all live within a single, stunning sensor.
Most motion sensors are used for security only, but with MultiSensor and the power of Z-Wave you can design all manner of intelligent scenarios from lighting control to the expected security monitoring.
Monitor the temperature of a space and then use the power of MultiSensor to directly control, or get your Z-Wave
system to control, the devices that’ll keep you comfortable.
Temperature sensing is one thing, but humidity sensing brings a whole new level of intelligence to your home. Use it with Z-Wave to create the perfect, most comfortable spaces possible.
Energy saving, safety, comfort. There a lot of things you can do with MultiSensor’s inbuilt light sensor, each of them offering an whole new level of intelligence, personalisation and perfection for Z-Wave.
Whether it’s for comfort or security, attach it to a wall, sync it, and MultiSensor instantly provides your Z-Wave network with 4 unprecedented levels of intelligence.
Your Aeotec MultiSensor isn’t limited to the corner of a room. Designed to withstand the elements, MultiSensor brings the outdoors to your Z-Wave network.
You can affix MultiSensor to your wall or ceiling with no more than a few screws. No wires. Nothing. MultiSensor can be a truly wireless sensor with batteries that’ll last a year and the reliability of Z-Wave’s wireless signal.
Of course a device for your wall made with just the right features offers more than just battery power. MultiSensor can be powered by mains electricity using a power adaptor and the inbuilt mini-USB connector.