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Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit


Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit


The Samsung smartthings home monitoring kit lets you easily control and monitor your home from anywhere in the world. The kit includes a Samsung smartthings hub, two Samsung smartthings multipurpose sensors, one Samsung smartthings motion sensor and one Samsung smartthings outlet. You can monitor your home to protect your family and property; automate lights and electronics; and create a safer, more efficient home that is set to your unique preferences. You can even keep an eye on things when you pair a compatible camera with your video-ready Samsung smartthings hub. Samsung smartthings offers a one-year limited warranty.

  • Get immediate alerts on your smartphone if there’s unexpected entry or motion in your home
  • Secure dangerous, valuable or off-limit areas of your home
  • Control lamps, electronics or small appliances
  • Trigger lights to automatically turn on when there’s motion and turn off when people leave
  • Pair the included video-ready Samsung smartthings hub with a compatible camera to keep an eye on things
  • Z-Wave Certification ID: ZC10-15090005

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  1. 47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent home security and automation opportunity, October 28, 2015
    By 
    smrsxn

    This review is from: Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)
    March 8th 2016 –
    Close to half a year now for me with smartthings…
    I have since bought more zwave devices for my home.

    Notable ones being a DCS-2I32L web-cam and a Aeon Labs switch.
    The camera is powered by the aeon labs switch. The switch turns on when we all leave the house (Locked-away mode), and turns off when either of us return back.
    What this does is that I can monitor my house when we are away, and that web-cam is off when we are inside, for our privacy.

    The smartthings platform has also gone through some evolution thanks to the strong developer support community.
    Smarttiles (a dashboard for your house) and a rules engine support has been added by development community.

    My next project will be a z-wave thermostat, to save cooling/heating costs when we are away. 🙂

    Nov 5th 2015 –
    Smartthings app was updated to v2.0.5 today, and it brings in multi user support!
    Yay! That solves one issue I had.

    I also bought a GE Link LED connected bulb for under $15. GE Link, Wireless A19 Smart Connected LED Light Bulb, Soft White (2700K), 60-Watt Equivalent, 1-Pack
    Connected easily and responds instantly to on/off triggers.

    Really liking what home automation can do… I am a very happy Smartthings Customer today!
    This product is now 5 stars for me!

    Oct 28th’ 2015 –

    Been about a week+ since I bought this kit.
    I was on a lookout for sometime… the battery support to keep hub running in case of power loss, and less cloud usage to process signals, made me take the leap, as soon as smartthings v2 was released.

    I am a first time smartthings buyer… so it’s been a learning experience for me, on how to use the kit to make the most out of it.

    Here is how I am using it right now…
    – One door sensor went on the main door, the second one on garage door. They both also measure temperature… which is great!
    – The motion sensor was placed in the living room, corner wall. I use it to disarm my house when any motion happens after 5:30am. Obviously for alerts when home is in armed (away) mode.
    – The switch…it has a heat blower connected to it!
    It’s turned on when the motion sensor measured temperature is at 64 degrees. It turns off when the temperature reaches 68. This allowed me to reduce heat setting on the home thermostat and hopefully save on heating cost.

    Some learning’s
    – There are cheaper zwave devices that can do the same job, that are much cheaper and they integrate with smartthings. So not sure if this kit is a runaway deal!
    – Smartthings mobile presence is a hit-miss. It relies on unreliable phone location setting to arm/disarm house. There are just too many misfires, because my phone’s gps location determination is unreliable. I wish there was a easier way… like being connected to home wifi or not.
    – AT this time you can not add multiple family member phones to smartthings. I had to log in with my account on my wife’s phone. I think it confuses the hub too.
    – There is no easy tasker integration (which i use a lot on my phone)…learn coding, then maybe.

    Overall
    – I am happy i bought this. Gives me peace of mind when i am out, that home is monitored
    – I am planning to buy more devices as I learn how to use them to either save money or effort by automating.
    – It would become much better if smartthings can sort out the multi user login issue, and allow mobile presence detection via wifi connection.

    Overall – I recommend you buy it if your on the fence,

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  2. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    It is best for techies, January 17, 2016
    By 
    Grayson

    This review is from: Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I rate the SmartThings ecosystem as fair at this time (Jan 2016).
    I think it holds promise as a platform. I applaud the open approach and
    efforts to allow third-party and consumer customizations.

    It is best for techies. Casual users may be frustrated by
    it as they attempt to bring in more devices and orchestrate
    more automation.

    In my opinion, it is a short-comming that the only real interface
    is via a smartphone or tablet.
    I’d much prefer a PC based interface to configure the automation.
    An app is fine for turning a device on or off but makes a poor
    interface for configuring the whole system.

    As for the smartphone app itself, I find the UI to be poorly designed
    and a contributer to user frustration. I also have frequent errors.

    To really use the hub and system, you will need to read up on the
    internet (read from several different sources). The Smartthings website
    itself is rather light on instructions (they have some, they just
    wave their hands more than give specific details).

    My current system has:
    – 2 Philips Lux bubls connected via a Hue hub and the Hue smartapp
    – an Amazon Echo connected via the Alexa smartapp
    – 2 Cree connected bulbs
    – 3 Z-Wave appliance modules.
    – 1 SmartThings motion sensor
    – 1 SmartThings multi-puprose sensor

    An example of what I’ve struggled with is the motion sensor. It has
    gotten “stuck” in a constant motion detected state.
    I’ve had no luck determining how to monitor the temperature at
    the motion sensor or multi-purpose sensor to alert me (by flashing a light
    or sending a text or email) of crossing a temperature threshold (up or down).

    I doubt I’ll grow my system at the moment. I may look into the developer
    website and information to see if I can solve the temperature notification
    problem for myself.

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  3. 47 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    If you are planning to use for home security or critical monitoring while away, beware of risks!, December 12, 2015
    By 
    W. Munro (San Jose, CA) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I’ve had the 2.0 hub and system for about 2 months. I’ve added few light controlls and remotes, to get going and evaluate the system for home automation. In general, for home automation purposes, I like what I see, and really enjoy the well-designed app and interface.

    If you are considering using the SmartThings system for critical home security or monitoring/automation while you are AWAY from home, I would strongly caution against it.

    I was away on business travel last week, and suddenly found my Smarthings hub offline with no explanation. Later, I received an email from Smartthings stating that there had been a “platform issue” which caused a subset of hubs to go offline. (READ: Completely stop working, with no ability for you or anyone else to fix it remotely. Can only be fixed by you physically being present and resetting the hub with the reset button.).

    So, I started asking myself … do I really want to be using such a system to monitor the security and safety of my home? When 1 bad line of code by 1 engineer can take down any hub anywhere in the world?

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