FIBARO Products Now Integrate with HomeSeer Home Control Systems

FIBARO announced that its three most popular sensors now integrate with the HomeSeer home control system. The three sensors join a lineup of eight FIBARO devices that already integrate with the HomeSeer system.

The FIBARO Motion Sensor is a highly advanced wireless device with a built-in motion sensor, temperature sensor, light sensor, and accelerometer. With a diameter of less than 1-3/4 inches (under 44 millimeters), the FIBARO Motion Sensor -- whose design was inspired by the pupil of a cat’s eye -- is the smallest device of its kind in the world.

The FIBARO FGFS101 Z-Wave Flood Sensor sends wireless Z-Wave commands when water leaks are detected. Designed after a drop of water, it can be used with HomeSeer controllers to sound alarms, send notifications or activate Z-Wave devices, such as water valves. It also has a tamper feature that indicates if the cover has been removed or if the device was knocked over, and a built-in temperature sensor that can alert users if there is a sudden increase or decrease in temperature.

The FIBARO Door/Window Sensor is extremely small and easy to mount. Available in seven colors to match any home, it also has inputs for any binary sensor. It can be used with the HomeSeer system to monitor the opening and closing of doors, windows and gates.

HomeSeer offers a complete family of home automation systems, all of which include the company’s HS3 software and work with their HSTouch mobile apps for home control from any location. HomeSeer offers a range of system controllers, from its smallest and most affordable controller, HomeTroller Zee S2, to its premium, full-featured HomeTroller S6.

Said HomeSeer Director of Sales, Mark Colegrove, “At HomeSeer, we understand the importance of supporting emerging and innovative technologies and of working with great partners. We are very happy to be add FIBARO and its innovative products to the growing list of industry-leading products and technologies that are supported by HomeSeer.”

“Working with quality brands like HomeSeer, a company with thousands of systems installed worldwide, helps FIBARO to greatly increase awareness of the unique capabilities and design of our Motion Sensor,” said Rich Bira, managing director, FIBARO USA.  “Our partnership with HomeSeer gives customers a wider range of home automation options, helping them to create the smart home environment that best meets their unique needs.”

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