Enerwave ZWN-SD Wireless Smoke Detector


(Brad B.) #1

I came across another Z-Wave smoke detector on Amazon today. There doesn’t seem to be any discussion of it on the board yet. What’s interesting about this one is that the specs say that it is a Z-Wave repeater, even though it’s battery operated.

Here is the Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Enerwave-ZWN-SD-Wireless-Detector-Technology/dp/B00M4PQS9Q/ref=sr_1_17?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1419256731&sr=1-17

From the Enerwave site http://www.enerwaveautomation.com/productshow.php?id=782 :

Battery-powered Z-Wave device for easy installation
Low battery detection
Built-in audible alarm and red LED lighting when
smoke is detected
Remote monitor sensor status from a compute,
tablet or smartphone
Support Z-Wave associations, sending commands
up to 5 associated Z-Wave devices
Wireless Z-Wave technology (Signal Frequency is
908.42 MHz) created a mesh network for command
and control interoperability with other Z-Wave compliant
controller and device
For indoor use only

Description:
Enwewave ZWN-SD is a battery-powered smoke detector
that sensing smoke in your house. When the sensor
detector altert at a certain density of smoke in the
detector chamber, the horn of the sensor will sounds.
Because of lasting battery life, the ZWN-SD does act
like a repeater transmitting RF signal all the time and
require manually wake-up to complete scene and
association events.

The url for their data sheet is a bad link so I can’t provide more information.


(Beckwith) #2

There are grammatical errors which makes me think this is in error. It only has a 9v battery.

I am very pleased with my Enerwave dimmer.


(John Mielko) #3

I purchased the zwave First Alert Battery-Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm and Smoke Detector from lowes – $39.99…if you just want smoke they have a zwave model for $29.99

so far so good