The unit senses motion, temperature and light level, can function as a night light, and can also be programmed to display up to 7 different glowing colors when things happen in the home!
Bedford, NH September 05, 2014 -- HomeSeer has unveiled its line-powered HSM200 Z-Wave multisensor - night light - indicator module. The unit senses motion, temperature and light level, can function as a night light, and can also be programmed to display up to 7 different glowing colors when things happen in the home! Since the HSM200 is line powered, there are no batteries to change and the unit automatically operates as a Z-Wave network repeater. Installation is fast and easy. Just plug into any available 120v outlet and tap the button on the side to join it to your Z-Wave network.
HSM200 is compatible with any HomeSeer HS3-based system, including the full line of HomeTrollers. HomeSeer users can create events to display different colors when motion is sensed, doors are opened, water leaks are detected or just about anything else happens in the home. Color options include red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, cyan and white. The unit can also be programmed to work as a night light after hours.
HSM200 is slated to begin shipping in October and will retail for $69.95. Dealer inquiries are welcome.
For more information, visit HomeSeer at CEDIA Expo 2014 (Z-Wave Alliance booth #522) or contact the company directly at 603-471-2816. Dealer inquiries are welcome.
HomeSeer automation systems are designed to work seamlessly with industry standards and products from leading Z-Wave manufactures such as Cooper, Schlage, Kwikset, Baldwin, Yale, GE, Honeywell, Leviton, Linear, Everspring, Evolve, Fibaro, FortrezZ, Aeon Labs, RCS, Ecolink and many more.
HomeSeer Technologies, LLC is a leading provider of home control systems based in Bedford, New Hampshire. Its software and hardware controllers give users the ability to integrate and automate everything in their homes, including lights, appliances, thermostats, door locks, security systems, audio/video, and media content. HomeSeer systems are IP enabled, allowing users remote access from anywhere in the world. Visit: http://www.homeseer.com for more information.