Once you get a hang of monitoring and controlling your z-wave devices with Z-Command, automation is the next level of fun.
Z-Command automation allows you to monitor, control and be notified of z-wave events automatically.
A common scenario is making Z-Command turn off your front porch light at 7 PM every night and turning it off at 7 AM in the morning.
You could also tell Z-Command to monitor your home after leave and send an email (subscription-free) to as many people as you want if it detects motion.
Z-Command automation involves monitoring events (e.g. time of the day or a motion sensor level) and states (is home security armed?), creating actions (e.g. turning on the siren or sending an email) and creating rules to combine events, states and actions (e.g. sending an email when motion is detected).
- How it works
- What’s in the box/initial setup
- Discovery applications
- Adding/linking z-wave devices
- Resetting/un-linking z-wave devices
- Monitoring and controlling z-wave devices
- Managing users
- Managing device permissions
- Events log and graph
- Hardware specifications
- Upgrading Z-Command