- Adds ambient or water (under 24VDC only) temperature readings to Qubino Z-Wave Plus modules
- Great for reliably monitoring extreme temperatures (-58 - 257 F range)
- Gets power from the hard-wired Z-Wave module so don't worry about batteries!
- Easy installation - snaps into your Qubino module and you're done!
- 2-year manufacturer warranty
NOTE: This is NOT a Z-Wave device, not to be used independently for wireless reports. Compatible Qubino Z-Wave module required for Z-Wave functionality, sold separately.
HOW IT WORKS
When we say this device is one-of-a-kind, we’re not kidding. This Qubino Temperature Sensor is the only accessory on the market that enables your behind-the-switch Qubino modules with climate monitoring and control. Connect it with any one of the devices listed below to add real-time readings of ambient or water temperatures to Qubino’s already advanced control of connected loads.
Use it to trigger the Z-Wave devices in your network based on a set temperature range. Too cold in the garage? Use the Qubino Dry Contact Switch to automatically close your garage door as an extra safeguard against the elements. Is the sun shining too brightly and heating up the room? Your Qubino motor module can adjust the blinds accordingly. Monitor the temperature in your pool or aquarium wherever you are and set alerts to take immediate action (WARNING: use 24VDC SELV power adapter when monitoring water temperature, do not connect 110V to the module). It’s a simple add-on that goes the extra mile for your comfort and convenience.
Connect the temperature sensor to your Qubino Z-Wave Plus module with the supplied connector. Remember to exclude the Z-Wave module from your network and turn off power at the circuit before installing the Temperature Sensor.
NOTE: If you would like to use this Temperature Sensor independently of a Qubino module, please contact us before you purchase this product.
Reporting range: -58 - 257 F
Cord length: 3.3 ft
Weight: 0.7 oz
Download the Installation Manual for Qubino Temperature Sensor ZMNHEA1 (PDF)