Popp Brings Smart Home Gateway with Z-Wave to Market

With the Popp Hub a tradition-steeped electric company brings an own control centre for home automation to the market. The Hub is equipped with the Z-Wave wireless system which allows connecting, monitoring and controlling all intelligent devices within the connected home. The user can decide if he wants to control the devices by wall switch, remote control or mobile device using the free iOS and Android app at home or from far away.

With the Popp Hub a tradition-steeped electric company brings an own control centre for home automation to the market. The Hub is equipped with the Z-Wave wireless system which allows connecting, monitoring and controlling all intelligent devices within the connected home. The user can decide if he wants to control the devices by wall switch, remote control or mobile device using the free iOS and Android app at home or from far away.


The Popp-Hub is based on the Z-Way Middleware, the first Z-Wave plus certified Z-Wave controller. That means the product is very mature from day one and it can be uses with all the apps and features coming from the large Z-Way developer and user community including the DIY product Razberry.

The company Popp was one of the pioneers in European smart home market in 2008. It presented a range of new components for the intelligent home within the last months. This included particularly innovative devices such as an energy-automated wind and weather sensors as well as a self connecting smoke detector.

The Z-Wave Europe GmbH is the exclusive launch and roll-out partner for Popp & Co.

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