AEOTEC - 3in1 TriSensor Z-Wave Plus
TriSensor includes the 3 basic sensors to make your home smart: motion, temperature and brightness.
The 3 core sensors that make every smart home smart.
Every Z-Wave smart home depends on data for truly intelligent automation; automation that makes a smart home actually smart, responsive, and secure. TriSensor provides your smart home with its most essential data.
3 different sensors are crafted into TriSensor’s impossibly small finish. A motion sensor to monitor a room’s occupancy, a temperature sensor to manage its environment, and a light intensity sensor to manage connected lighting.
Z-Wave control compatible.
Lights your day.
Lights your way.
Controls your comfort.
Instant notifications, anywhere.
- 3-in-1 detector: motion, temperature, humidity
- Small, discreet and aesthetic
- IP20 - indoor / outdoor use (not usable for motion detection-)
- OTA Firmware Update
- Supports the S2 Security framework
- Button to include / exclude the detector
- Low battery detection
- Easy installation and use
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS :
- Module type: Z-Wave transmitter
- Power supply: 1 x CR123A 3V 1500mAh battery (not included)
- Battery life: 1 year
- Frequency: 868.42 MHz
- Transmission distance: 100m outdoors
- Temperature sensor :
- Measuring range: -15 °C to 50 °C
- Accuracy: ± 1 °C
- Light sensor:
- Measuring range : 0 - 30000 LUX
- Accuracy : ± 30 LUX
- Sensitivity of motion detection: 7m
- Dimensions: 45 x 45 x 37 mm
- IP protection: IP20
- Z-Wave Plus
- Power Supply
Fibaro HC3 Lite
- Z-Wave specificity
- Security S2
Anonymous customer published the 09/05/2021 following an order made on 27/04/2021
Très bon produit et bien fini. Test à venir pour Jeedom.
Anonymous customer published the 04/07/2020 following an order made on 02/06/2020
remplace un MultiSensor 6 (ZW100) qui possède trop de fonctions non exploitées en intérieur donc pas de surprise pour l'instant. Avantage une pile en moins mais désavantage pas d'alimentation secteur possible donc 1 étoile en moins même si dans mon cas son emplacement ne le permettait pas .
Anonymous customer published the 30/05/2020 following an order made on 16/04/2020
Correspond à mes attentes
Anonymous customer published the 24/04/2020 following an order made on 08/04/2020
Installation simple et support pratique
Anonymous customer published the 09/08/2019 following an order made on 23/06/2019
You may need to refer to your controller's device inclusion method if you are unsure how to include a Z-Wave device. You can use any controller to perform an exclusion of the TriSensor even if it is not included to reset the TriSensor to factory settings.
1. Put your Z-Wave controller in exclusion mode, your Z-Wave controller should confirm that it is waiting to delete a device.
2. Press the action button on your TriSensor 3 times within 2 seconds. The TriSensor LED will turn solid purple.
3. If your TriSensor has been successfully kicked out of your network, the LED will flash white, green, white, green twice (white, then green 2 times).
This method is not entirely recommended unless your controller is no longer working and you do not yet have another controller to perform a TriSensor exclusion.
1. Press and hold the action button on the TriSensor
2. Wait for the RGB LED to change from:
- The red LED flashes 5 times, indicating a factory reset.
3. If your TriSensor has been successfully reset, the LED will turn solid yellow when you press its action button. If this failed, the LED will turn solid purple for 2 seconds when you press the action button.
The connectivity test does not test the communication status of the routing, only the direct communication with your Z-Wave controller to determine if it has a healthy direct connection.
You can determine the status of your TriSensors' connectivity to your Z-Wave controller using a manual button press, hold, and release function, indicated by the color of the LED.
1. Remove the battery cover from the TriSensor. (by unlocking then removing the cover)
2. Press and hold the action button on the TriSensor until the LED turns cyan/blue. (9 second hold)
3. Release the TriSensor button.
4. The TriSensor will enter communication test mode by flashing its cyan/blue LED, this will last approximately 2 minutes.
5. The LED will then change to a solid color for 2 seconds to indicate its health and communication with your controller (1 of 3 colors):
Red = poor health
Yellow = moderate health
Green = good health
Please note that when installed outside your home, your TriSensor should only be used for temperature and light while motion sensing capabilities should be disabled on your Z-Wave controller in order to avoid false motion detections. If you choose an outdoor location, it is important to position your TriSensor in a sheltered location. It is best that your TriSensor is not directly exposed to rain, snow or other elements.
If you want to use the TriSensor outdoors, you will need to reduce the settings and tilt the TriSensor accordingly, as all environments will require different solutions or different settings for the motion sensor to work properly. Parameter 3 [1 byte] will determine the sensitivity of the motion sensor from a range of values from 0 disabled to 11 maximum sensitivity (your ability to configure this parameter will depend on the Z-Wave controller used).
It is advised that if you see false motion detections, run trials to determine the best sensitivity within a range of 0-11 decreasing one sensitivity level after each test (first 5, 4, 3, 2 , then 1), while setting Parameter 3 [2 bytes] to 5 to allow a PIR sensor timeout of 5 seconds after motion detection to quickly determine the best settings for outdoor use.
The TriSensor can bring its smart measurements to many places in your home. Before deciding on a location, there are a few things you need to consider first.
The TriSensor's motion sensor uses light and heat measurements to determine motion; Sudden changes in light and heat can impact the quality of sensor motion measurements. As such, your sensor should not be installed in areas of artificial temperature change. So, when choosing a location, avoid placing it next to or near air conditioners and heaters.
Your TriSensor will be powered by batteries, you should avoid installing it in a location where the temperature may drop below 0°C - this is below any operational use point for the battery. Selecting a location for your sensor also depends on the layout of any area you want to monitor. Whatever the room or area, please make sure it matches the effective motion detection range of your sensor.
For best performance, your TriSensor should NOT be mounted directly on or near metal framing or other large metal objects. Large metal objects can weaken the Z-Wave wireless signal that TriSensor depends on for communication due to the wireless reflective properties of metal.
The maximum motion detection range of the TriSensor is: 7m.
You may need to refer to your Z-Wave controller's device inclusion method if you don't know how to include a Z-Wave device.
1. Put your Z-Wave controller into inclusion mode, your Z-Wave controller should confirm that it is waiting to add a new device
2. Press the Action button on your TriSensor. The LED on the TriSensor will flash white, then turn solid yellow, followed by 2 white flashes then green to indicate successful inclusion. If the inclusion process failed, the LED will turn off without flashing white or green.
3. You can test if your TriSensor has been successfully included in your Z-Wave network by pressing its action button. If you press the button and the purple LED on your sensor stays on for a few seconds, the inclusion was successful. If the yellow light is solid when you press the button, the inclusion has failed and you must repeat the steps from step 1.
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