Sensative leads in innovative and elegant design in the smart devices market with a product line that exudes sophistication.
Paired with unique features such as a 10 year battery life, weatherproof, water and dust resistance, and completely sealed units with operating temperatures ranging from -20°C (-4°F) to 60°C (140°F), Sensative Strips are ideal for either indoor or outdoor use.
Unlike others on the market these discrete sensors blend seamlessly into the architecture of any room and offer a variety of useful applications.
A proven sensor family where the Guard has been shipping since 2015.
The Guard sensor is a contact sensor primarily used in door/window applications but with the slim design (3mm or 0.12” thick) can be placed inside drawers, in medicine cabinets or even behind paintings to detect movement and report activity.
Install the Drip water and temperature sensors under sink cabinets, below bathroom and kitchen fixtures and in the most leak prone part of your basement.
Strips Drip sensors not only communicate leaks but also how much wetness is present.
Use by pipes to monitor the ambient temperature throughout wintertime to detect potential freezing of pipes and send alerts if harmful conditions are present.
Use Comfort to trigger automations based on accurate temperature and light readings.
Adjust temperature and lighting conditions based on preset parameters to insure the ultimate in comfort for residents.
Pair with lighting, shades, and even ceiling fans to create the perfect atmosphere, automatically.
All Sensative Strips come with Z-Wave Plus for longer range and stronger connectivity with “auto-include” functionality for ease of installation in any application. Guard also comes in ZigBee.
Strips have been designed to work with any Z-Wave gateway and are already officially certified with a number of top rated hubs such as SmartThings, Vera, Wink and Zipabox. For a complete list of certified gateways check here.
*Google Assistant and Google Home doesn’t support Z-wave sensors like Strips directly, only through a Smart Home system that integrates with Google Home on one end, and Z-Wave on the other. However, Strips are tested and verified with Google Assistant voice commands trough such a system. Contact us for more information on compatible Smart Home systems.