Frequently Asked Questions - Z-Wave Water Sensor

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How exactly does Z-Wave automation work?

In a smart home, accessories, devices, and systems – including lighting, fans, heating and cooling, and water pumps and sensors – self-monitor and adjust, without the homeowner’s constant input and attention. Smart lighting, for example, can be programmed to come on in the evening, when occupants are home, and then turn off during the day, when sunlight shines in. In this instance, smart lighting provides both a cost-saving solution – lights are never left waste fully on – and an intruder deterrent, creating the appearance of a well-lit, occupied home even when the homeowners are off premises.

In a smart home, all connected devices communicate with each other via a centralized “hub,” which delivers pertinent information – like water damage detected, for example – straight to the homeowner’s smart phone or tablet.

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