Z-Wave system can be controlled via internet
A Z-Wave technology ensures that devices can share information and allows all Z-Wav hardware and software to work together. It is a wireless communications protocol that uses low-energy and low bandwidth radio waves, to communicate from appliance to appliance, allowing for wireless control of residential appliances and other devices, such as lighting control, security systems, thermostats, windows, locks, swimming pools and garage door openers. The system can be controlled via the Internet, from a smart phone, a tablet, a computer etc. There are only two basic things we need to get it started, a controller and one or more devices.
A Z-Wave Home Assistant allows us to observe and control connected devices and requires a supported USB stick or module to be plugged into the host.
Z- Wave sensors detect changes in our home environment. They send us notification and status updates in real time, which enables us to, for example, set off an alarm or call the authorities, to prevent potentially harmful or unwanted situations. Adding Z-Wave Motion Sensors to our home automation system will really bring the whole system to life. For example, doing so, we have to no longer manually control lights and remember to turn them off. Z-wave outdoor motion sensors allow us to protect our home even from the outside.
A Z-Wave multi sensor is a small wireless device that typically runs on battery power, can sense motion using a PIR sensor and measures multiple environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, or light levels.