Xiaomi mijia Smart Home Aqara Security Kit (Wireless Switch / Window-door sensor / Gateway) Latest Version £38.92 Delivered @ Gearbest
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Xiaomi mijia Smart Home Aqara Security Kit (Wireless Switch / Window-door sensor / Gateway) Latest Version £38.92 Delivered @ Gearbest

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Found 2nd Oct
Nice price for the latest version of the mijia 'security' kit from Xiaomi. Whilst it can be used for security with the inclusion of a door/window sensor, the gateway allows you to connect with other smart devices in your home, giving you an integrated system. For example, You can set the sensor to turn on a light when a door is opened, one button turnoff for all your smart devices, and the Gateway also acts as a nightlight, with 16 million possible colours.

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Multifunctional Gateway Remote Control
• Original Xiaomi smart multifunctional gateway for daily use
1200 internet radio broadcast: multi live online radio optional, you can enjoy beautiful life
16 million RGB lights: the gateway can bu used as the small night lights, lights can adjust color and brightness
Custom ring: not only can upload MP3 ( only applicable to Android ), but also can record your favorite sound as a bell. The unique personality doorbell ring will make your home more different
Nightlight function: it will automatically open when someone pass by when match the human body sensor
APP control: more convenient to use
• Variety ways to put and install
• Suitable for all kinds of household environment
• A Xiaomi multi-functional gateway can connect up to 30 sub devices

Window Door Sensor Set
• Original Xiaomi smart door and windows sensor for daily security
Open the door: the light and the ring for you when you
Push the door: the light automatically turn on
Away from home modes: if someone broke into, the bell will remind and taking video
Intelligent sensors: open the window let fresh air into room
• Small size, easy to install
• Built-in 1pc CR2032 cell battery, last for 2 years
Notes: this item must match the Xiaomi multifunctional gateway to use

Smart Wireless Switch
• Original Xiaomi smart wireless switch for home device
One key to control: making breakfast in the kitchen, press the switch, called the child out of bed
Before sleeping: one button to turn off all the appliances
Waking up at night: one button to turn on the nightlight
When going out: one key to control household appliances
• Portable, small size, easy to install
Notes: This item must match the Xiaomi multifunctional gateway to use

Here's a good overview video on what's possible:

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A good deal, but might be worth going for each item separately. Also, I got it cheaper few days back this way - comes to same price at the moment (with possibility to use vouchers?).

This would give the option to mix and match the things you want. For example, replace 1 door sensor with Body Sensor or Temperature/Humidity/Pressure sensor.
Edited by: "akramfaisal" 2nd Oct

I have this, bought as separates, and it works quite well.
I'm sure the gateway itself is the newer 2nd generation, but I'm not 100% sure the sensors are.
If you get the squarer sensors then they are, and possibly normal zigbee devices if you want to use with, eg., smartthings.

But the gateway itself has been £18, and I bought door sensors at a fiver each. The pir can also be had for about £7 if you catch the promo price.
The gateway needs a Chinese server app to setup the sensors and to view the time logs.
Forget about the 'radio' unless you like stuttering Chinese stations.
2nd generation allows you to switch on 'local network' access, for integration into other home assistant software, such as domoticz.

And no smart UK plug adaptors for this.
Edited by: "mcek" 2nd Oct

morrig15 m ago

The app gets middling reviews... …The app gets middling reviews... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xiaomi.smarthome&hl=en_GB


The app is dreadful actually, severe lag and disconnections due to the China servers. You only get a log of 20 timestamps per sensor, and you need the app to view. Unless you integrate into another home automation program.But the app is the only choice you have to update firmware and to add sensors to the gateway.
Edited by: "mcek" 2nd Oct

Can you integrate it somehow with SmartThings to use for example window sensors and motion sensors?

lucyferror19 m ago

Can you integrate it somehow with SmartThings to use for example window …Can you integrate it somehow with SmartThings to use for example window sensors and motion sensors?


I read on a Smartthings forum that the sensors can be read by the Samsung hub.
Check on that yourself, and if you going for them, buy the individual sensors but make sure they are version 2 : they will state Zigbee
gearbest.com/xia…ar/
I'm not sure the wall switches are suitable for UK connections, so it's PIR, thermometer, switches, door sensors.
The smart plug are chinese only, you'd need uk-cn and cn-uk adaptors for each plug!
Edited by: "mcek" 2nd Oct

mcek20 m ago

I read on a Smartthings forum that the sensors can be read by the Samsung …I read on a Smartthings forum that the sensors can be read by the Samsung hub.Check on that yourself, and if you going for them, buy the individual sensors but make sure they are version 2 : they will state Zigbee https://www.gearbest.com/xiaomi-aqara-_gear/I'm not sure the wall switches are suitable for UK connections, so it's PIR, thermometer, switches, door sensors.The smart plug are chinese only, you'd need uk-cn and cn-uk adaptors for each plug!


Hmm thinking which one is better. Xiaomi or this from other deal:
hotukdeals.com/dea…567

CSA (CHINESE SECURITY APP)

The main gateway is required to be plugged in, and there's no UK socket version, so this is a no go for me.
Where ever I have it installed, it would be likely to be caught by a pram or small person with a converter protruding out as well.

Shame, as I am a big fan of the Xiaomi stuff, and am actually after a temp sensor for my little one's nursery. (We have the egg, but would be good to see it remotely, and set the radiator to come on when it drops below a certain temp).

I love Xiaomi products but I am not sure that I can cope with home security and automation systems using Chinese apps (having to deal with the established brands with English documentation is painful enough as it is). I am going to give this one a miss.

Aiadi2 h, 16 m ago

I love Xiaomi products but I am not sure that I can cope with home …I love Xiaomi products but I am not sure that I can cope with home security and automation systems using Chinese apps (having to deal with the established brands with English documentation is painful enough as it is). I am going to give this one a miss.

Exactly my thinking

So many wonderful nuggets in the description for this:


"you can enjoy beautiful life"

"The unique personality doorbell ring will make your home more different"

"One key to control: making breakfast in the kitchen, press the switch, called the child out of bed"


I love it that there's one key that will making the breakfast and called the child out of bed. Bargain for £38. Plus it will make your life beautiful and your home more different.

Our home is starting to resemble a Xiaomi showroom but I'm passing on this one for the time being. I have high hopes the company will officially launch here in the not too distant future, though. Can't wait, personally.
Edited by: "bellboys" 2nd Oct

They are releasing a smart speaker soon as well I love the idea of the cube as well

These sensors integrate well with Home Assistant. If you are techie minded enough to check that out then you won't even need to install Chinese apps

lucyferror8 h, 17 m ago

Can you integrate it somehow with SmartThings to use for example window …Can you integrate it somehow with SmartThings to use for example window sensors and motion sensors?


Yeah. They're a bit of a pain to pair and they're not 'officially' supported so there's always the possibility they could be rendered useless by a future firmware update (there was one that caused issues a while back ;() but having said that, they work very well considering their low cost and I've found them to be just as/more reliable than anything smartthings branded. Lots of automation for very little money
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