Frequently Asked Questions - Z-Wave Water Valve

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How exactly does Z-Wave automation work?

Smart homes are those in which devices, like light switches and water valves, as well as systems, like heating and cooling units, are programmed to perform on their own, without the homeowner’s constant input and attention. Smart thermostats, for example, can be programmed to turn on in the evening, when occupants are home, and then turn off during the day, when sunlight shines in. In a smart home, all connected devices “talk” to a centralized “hub,” which then delivers relevant messages to the homeowner herself. In the event of a smart thermostat, for example, the homeowner might be alerted if temperatures drop steeply, or humidity rises. From there, he or she is empowered to regulate the heating and cooling as necessary, without having to make an impromptu trip home.


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