Insteon Open/Close Sensor

Insteon Open/Close Sensor

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  • Brand: Insteon
$ 41.05

The INSTEON Wireless Open/Close Sensor is a magnetic contact sensor that wirelessly controls lights and appliances throughout your house via RF technology. The sensor can turn on lights, set the thermostat, or trigger a custom event in HouseLinc.

You can program any INSTEON device (available separately) to react when the magnetic contact is broken and re-established on the sensor. You can optionally connect an external contact closure sensor of any type (e.g., hidden contacts or doorbell button; not included).

The sensor works on a single AA battery (included). It stores all of its settings, such as links to other INSTEON devices, on a non-volatile memory, so they will not be lost when the battery is removed.

Note: Features related to HouseLinc software are only available if you have the software installed (available separately).

Wireless Open/Close Sensor

  • Automatically control lights and appliances when doors open and close
  • You can wire standard security sensors to the open/close sensor to monitor several doors and windows
  • A single open/close sensor can be used to monitor several doors/windows, several different types of sensors, or external sensors in addition to its internal reed switch
  • Installs and links to other INSTEON devices easily
  • Operates via radio frequency (RF) to eliminate unsightly and inconvenient wiring 1
  • Battery-operated for easy installation (1 AA battery included)
  • Can be paired with the INSTEON Hub (available separately) to control it remotely from any smartphone or tablet
  • Operates up to 150' from nearest access point or RF INSTEON device (available separately)
  • Indicates INSTEON setup mode activity and operational states with a status LED
  • Stores setup state in memory so settings aren't lost when the battery is removed
  • Useful for doors, windows, drawers, cabinets, or anything else that opens
  • White colored case

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