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Lutron Connected Bulb Remote
Full built in integration with Schlage Touchscreen Deadbolt (user codes, settings, alarm, etc).
Android Wear
Samsung Smart TV

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A battery powered all in one camera/siren/motion detector for garage security. Something like homeboy maybe? Although that’s not available in the UK.

A mains siren with battery back up or just a battery siren, again for the UK

Thanks! :slight_smile:

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Still looking for testers? I don’t have the Parrot device now but am planning to buy for wife’s upcoming birthday. So I’d be interested in following your development and offering my support.

I believe Blink for Home will do this, at least I’m hoping so…

I am so very interested in getting support for the ARLO camera system by Netgear! It has been stated that maybe in the 2nd Qtr? Is that still somewhat an actual/planned date?

I now have 3 cameras set up and ready to be added to ST!

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Hunter Douglas Powerview integration!

Already popular in the UK, especially now it is being given away free as a promotion by first:utility, is the Cosy smart thermostat their website - I already have one installed, would be good to integrate it with my SmartThings starter kit, which is due to arrive in a few days.

True, at the moment Canary cameras don’t integrate with anyone… but I spoke with them and they said they are “interested” and “looking into SmartThings integration with Canary” but there is no timeline, so who knows.

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Some of the gaps that I’ve noticed for no “official integration” and not many great workaround solutions:

  • More combo front door options, ie Kuna, ring, + other smart doorbells
  • More/better outdoor cams
  • Roomba 980
  • Glass break sensors
  • Apple Airplay
  • Flic button
  • Also more options for smart blinds/windows!
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The Bud Light smart fridge alerts you when you’re low on beer, and grabs football stats for alerts and sounds. :beers:
(Warning: The link below has an auto-playing video with sound)

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Funny. Those guys have an office a couple blocks from ours and totally want us to integrate in some way with them :slight_smile:

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But see, they put the button on the top. They need to think about the service dog market and put the button on the side! :dog:

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Agreed, I think more things need to have options for the ADA market.

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I would like to use my already made DIY sensors made on the mysensors framework. Is it possible ?

Hey every one i think it would be nice if we could get the new chrome cast audio version to work nice with smartthings it would be a great and cheaper alternative to sonos as it is only 35 bucks.

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Let me know when you release this please as I have one

Different suggestions:

  • Remotec ZXT-120 (Z-Wave) : used to control air conditioning units
  • Fibaro FGSD-002 (Z-Wave) : smoke detector
  • Aeon Labs Range Extender (Z-Wave) : Z-Wave range extender
  • MCO Home switches (Z-Wave) : Z-Wave tactile light switches
  • Danfoss radiator thermostat (Z-Wave) : Z-Wave radiator controllers
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Are you suggesting for the US or the UK?

The remotec ZXT 120 does work with smart things as a basic Z wave thermostat, a number of community members have it. It’s not on the official device list but you can find the code in the forums.

The fibaro smoke sensor has problems with many zwave controllers. Not specific to smartthings. It is a certified zwave device, but really only seems to work well with its own controller because of the way they’ve implemented the tamper alerts. Read reviews on the vendor sites. I wouldn’t expect to see this one anytime soon, although other fibaro devices are supported.

The Aeon labs range extender works fine with smartthings. It pairs as a switch. It’s unlikely that you’ll need it though, single-purpose range extenders were mostly used through version three of zwave. We’re now at version five. At this point any dual purpose repeater device, typically a plug-in module in the UK or a light switch in the US, will give you the same range extending capability but you can also use the device for its other purpose. See discussion topics in the forum for more details.

The radiator thermostats would be cool, there are a couple of members looking into those. I don’t know if anyone has them working yet, I don’t think so.

Thank you for your answer. I’m looking for these devices to be managed by the UK version of Smartthings.

Regarding the Remotec ZXT-120, it indeeds functions as a Thermostat but there might be a possibility of better integration:

  • switch from heating to cooling
  • change the fan speed

    These are functions managed by my AC and seem to be manageable by the ZXT-120, according to what I have read on the internet.

I’m not sure if the current device type, that was created by the community, supports switching from heat to cool or not. You should talk to the people in the following topic (this is a clickable link). I’m pretty sure for these purposes UK versus US won’t matter, it’s just the frequency that’s different, but you should confirm that with remotetec before purchasing the device.

HVAC IR Extender (Remotec ZXT 120) (2014)