Z-Wave Smart Security "Entry" Kit 4 Australian Market
Smart Security "Entry" a Z-Wave Kit
1 X VERA EDGE
1 X RFID WALL SCENE CONTROLLER
1 X SIREN & STROBE
1 X KAS Z-WAVE KEYPAD LOCK (RIGHT OR LEFT )
3 X DHS MULTI-SENSORS
1 X 4 BUTTONS REMOTE
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Z-Wave is, by far, the most widely used wireless protocol for the home automation industry. There is no area, however, where the use of Z-Wave technology is more prevalent than in the security industry. By far, Z-Wave’s market presence dwarfs all other technologies, as the vast majority of the companies that manufacture panels have selected Z-Wave as their lifestyle technology of choice, including such security-industry heavyweights as Honeywell, 2GIG, ADT, Napco, Ingersoll Rand/Nexia Intelligence, and Alarm.com, to name just a few. In fact, 90% of the North American security company-based lifestyle solutions are powered by Z-Wave.
The key to Z-Wave’s adoption by the vast majority of the security industry’s lifestyle solutions is its large ecosystem of certified interoperable products. Z-Wave has over 1300 products from over 300 different manufacturers, with all of them interoperable and backward-compatible with each other. No other technology comes close to this kind of extensive ecosystem. Businesses and their customers need to know that they have choices when selecting products, and are not tied to the success and business plans of any one supplier. Z-Wave's extensive ecosystem provides choice, flexibility and of course, security.
Unlike other household wireless technologies, Z-Wave is optimized for home control. Its bandwidth, efficiency and low power consumption have been specifically designed for these applications.
You can update this package to Remote Control Of Interior Environments
With Z-Wave control, light, temperature and other systems throughout the residence can be controlled remotely. Motorized shades ensure that elderly parents aren't sitting in the dark because shades are too heavy or high to reach. Caregivers can ensure that there's appropriate heat or air conditioning with remote HVAC controls, and through water sensors know and that grandma or grandpa hasn't accidentally left the water in the bathtub running.
These are only a few examples of what Z-Wave can do to empower independent aging in place and the caregivers that oversee it. The devices and systems that make up this connected aging environment are discreet, accessible, and easily integrated into the home. Together, they create a complete picture of observable patterns and actionable data that provides a level of security and decision-making ability that was previously unattainable outside of a senior care facility.
With Z-Wave, there's more than just security, comfort and convenience for the elderly aging in place. The connected environment that it allows can also reduce emergency visits, minimize risk of hospitalizations, help end users better manage chronic conditions, and keep them close with family and loved ones 24/7.
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