SAMSUNG SmartThings Smart Home Hub 2nd Generation
 SAMSUNG SmartThings Smart Home Hub 2nd Generation

With the Samsung SmartThings STH-ETH-250 app, you can easily control, monitor and protect your home from anywhere in the world. As the heart of the smart home, the Samsung SmartThings Hub connects all your smart locks, lights, sockets, thermostats, etc. and lets you control them via the free SmartThings app. Get notified of what's happening inside and outside your home and use your smartphone to remotely control security, power usage, lighting, and more. from home. Since SmartThings is compatible with different smart devices from different companies, once you have the SmartThings Hub and free apps for iOS, Android or Windows, you can add as many SmartThings sensors, Z-Wave sensors or other products and the internet-popular ZigBee Connect at will to improve your home caller. The Samsung SmartThings Hub operates in the United States and Canada.

If the Honeywell programmable thermostat is not recognized, you may need to reset the device by excluding Z-Wave before it can successfully communicate with the SmartThings Hub. To do this in the SmartThings mobile app: 1. Click Menu 2. Click Hub 3. Click Z-Wave Utility 4. Click Exclude Generic Devices 5. When prompted: 1 Press left on The Thermostat Display System button 2. Press and Hold the empty button in the middle until the screen changes 3. The first group of numbers/arrows is the partial scroll “function” until you get Find “RF10” 4. The second group of numbers/arrows is the “Settings” sub-select 0 5. Press “ Exit" in the lower left corner to save and exit the application. After indicating that SmartThings has successfully removed the device, follow the initial instructions above to connect the Honeywell programmable thermostat.
SmartThings Center

Your home needs a brain, so start using the SmartThings Hub. It wirelessly connects to multiple smart devices and allows them to work together.

smart phone

SmartThings can be used with a variety of connected devices, including lights, speakers, locks, thermostats, sensors, and more. Visit the SmartThings website for a complete list of compatible devices.

Amazon Alexa

Use the SmartThings app or Amazon Alexa to control your smart home. Teach yourself new skills at home by telling him what to do when you sleep, wake up, leave, and come home.

Connected lights and switches

Set Philips Hue, Cree, Sylvania, LIFX, Leviton, GE lights and switches to turn on and off when the door is opened, change brightness if necessary, etc.

SAMSUNG SmartThings Smart Home Hub 2nd Generation
 SAMSUNG SmartThings Smart Home Hub 2nd Generation

  •      Your smart home needs a brain, so start using the SmartThings Hub. It wirelessly connects to multiple smart devices and allows them to work together
  •     Add smart devices so you can work from home. Choose from a variety of compatible devices including lights, amplifiers, locks, thermostats, sensors, and more.
  •     Use the SmartThings app or Amazon Alexa to control your smart home. Teach him your new skills in your home by telling him what to do when you sleep, wake up, leave, and come home
  •     Power supply: AC adapter, 4 AA batteries (included) can provide about 10 hours of standby time. Protocol: ZigBee, Z-Wave, IP. Range: 50-130 feet Operating temperature: 41 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Compatible Brands: Honeywell, Philips Hue, Kwixt
  •     Requires an internet-connected WiFi router with an available Ethernet port and a free SmartThings app for Android (4.1 or higher) or iPhone (iOS 9.0 or higher)
  •     Compatible Brands: Honeywell, Philips Hue, Kwixt
  •     More powerful processors and native application engines mean faster performance and support for offline processing
  •     The hub connects to your internet router using the included Ethernet cable, the hub has ZigBee radio, Z-Wave, Bluetooth and also supports some IP-accessible devices
  •     Replaceable batteries provide emergency power so that the shaft can run locally for about two hours in the event of a power outage

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