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Panasonic Smart Home Safety Starter Kit with hub, Window and Door Motion Sensor, White, Set of 3 Pieces £13.99 at Argos/eBay
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Panasonic Smart Home Safety Starter Kit with hub, Window and Door Motion Sensor, White, Set of 3 Pieces £13.99 at Argos/eBay

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Posted 11th FebEdited by:"Tacavas"

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New to the Smart Home world? Then the Smart Home Safety Starter Kit is the perfect starting point. Includes: Smart Hub, 1x window sensor and 1x Motion Sensor.

A triggered motion or window/door sensor can send alerts straight to your smart phone or tablet. Access your system from the comfort of your sofa or remotely when away or on hoiday. One push pairing, no monthly fees. Easily expandable system with a range of additional accessories available. *max up to 50 sensors *max up to 4 cameras.

General Information:

  • Compatible with iOS and Android operating systems.
  • App needed for use: panasonic home network.
  • Operates over mobile internet.
  • Operates over wi-fi.
  • Requires wireless router for use.
  • Detects occupancy.
  • Sets schedules for devices.
  • Components include 1x motion sensor (2xaa batteries, 1x wall mounting, 2x screws) 1x window/door sensor (1xcr2 battery, 4x screws, 4x double sided tape) 1x hub (1x telephone line cord, 1x ac adaptor, 1x wall mounting.
  • AA (included).
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Nearly bought this, sounded too good to be true, read the reviews for the app, unfortunately rarely works.
Same as, shame
Anyone know if it’s SmartThings compatible?
Hub number 8 coming up! :/
Nicolidus11/02/2020 21:07

Anyone know if it’s SmartThings compatible?


Unfortunately these appear to use DECT (like cordless phones) to communicate, To integrate with another ecosystem like SmartThings would require Zigbee or Z-wave.
Voted hot, very good price for using it for the garage, the only thing stopping me is lack of siren.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 11th Feb
jezcooke11/02/2020 21:51

Unfortunately these appear to use DECT (like cordless phones) to …Unfortunately these appear to use DECT (like cordless phones) to communicate, To integrate with another ecosystem like SmartThings would require Zigbee or Z-wave.


Ok, thanks. Tell them the 90’s called - they want their technology back
oos, good deal
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