Fibaro - Multisensor

Multisensor from Fibaro which records movement, light and temperature. The sensor communicates via Z-wave to your smarthub and through it then has the opportunity to control eg the temperature in the home.

Fibaro Multisensor + Tibber

Sensors can be used for several different things and often several different types of sensors are needed for this. But with Fibaro Multisensor you can get four different sensors in one, motion sensor, temperature sensor, light sensor and accelerometer. By connecting a multi-sensor to your smarthub (connected via Z-wave), you can use events that the sensor records to control things in the home. One example is to use the temperature sensor to measure the heat in the house and if the temperature drops below a certain degree, your hub activates a smart plug that is connected to an element. When the temperature has risen to the desired degree, the element is switched off again.

The multisensor is completely wireless and powered by batteries, which together with the size being comparable to a golf ball make it easy to place in the home.

Sensor data

Temperature and brightness become available as sensors in the Tibber app if the sensor is connected to a supported hub.

Installation

Fibaro Multisensor uses Z-Wave (868.42MHz) to communicate. That is, you need a smart hub that supports that type of communication. It can be Futurehome or Homey.

If you have a hub with support for Z-wave, the installation is done in seconds. Put your hub in "learning mode" and press the button (under the battery cover) on the sensor 3 times. When you do, a signal is sent to your hub and your sensor is now connected.

Details

Technical specification

Fibaro Multisensor in detail

  • Model: FGMS-001-ZW5

  • Size: √ė 44 mm

  • Battery: CR123A, 3.6 VDC

  • Battery life: About 2 years

  • Communication: Z-Wave plus

  • Temperature range: -20 to 100 ¬į C

  • Temperature accuracy: ¬Ī 0.5 ¬į C

  • Lighting area: 0-32000 LUX

  • Radio frequency: 869 MHz EU; 908 MHz US; 921 MHz ANZ; 869 MHz RU;

  • Range: Up to 50 m in unobstructed view - up to 30 m indoors (depending on floor plan)

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