Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit Review +DEMO



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Samsung SmartThings Arrival Sensor

Samsung SmartThings Multipurpose Sensor

Samsung SmartThings Motion Sensor

Samsung SmartThings Outlet

Siren Gen5, ZW080-A17

Z-Wave Garage Door Tilt Sensor

Ecolink Door/Window Sensor

Argo Pro Camera

Everything you need to start your smart home.
Control, automate and monitor your home from anywhere using the SmartThings app.
Connect compatible appliances, lights, speakers, locks, cameras, thermostats, sensors, appliances and more.
SmartThings works with products from Samsung, Amazon, Bose, Schlage, Yale, Cree, Osram Lightify, Honeywell, First Alert, and more. Look for the Works With SmartThings logo or visit smartthings.com for a look at the full list of compatible devices.
The Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit contains: one Samsung SmartThings Hub, two Samsung SmartThings Multipurpose Sensors, one Samsung SmartThings Motion Sensor, and one Samsung SmartThings Outlet.
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.

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20 Replies to “Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit Review +DEMO”

  1. MrMysticSeer

    Great review. I just got a smartthings hub. This review is almost 2 years old. The new hub, V3, is Wi-Fi or wired and it is cheaper. The new multisensors are only $19.99 so they are cheaper now too and apparently about half the size that they used to be. So far I am very impressed by SmartThings. It doesn't have to be for home security. It can be for home automation as well. And one thing that is really cool is that it can recognize if everyone has left the house by tracking the location of your cell phones and arming the system when you leave and disarming the system when you arrive.

  2. Jack

    Setup the multi sensor to your storm door and assign it to the Armed Home mode. That way the 'bad guy' will not damage the front door before you get an alert. I do this to the patio screen door too. Best to disable the lock on the screen door (no real protection anyway) so he does not damage the door just to set off the alarm.

  3. Mandeep Ahluwalia

    Great review…just what I was looking for. My only concern with the system is if you're away from home and your phone is on silent for what ever season and your alarm at home is triggered, will the smart things app on your phone bypass your silent mode and alert you that your house alarm is going off?

  4. Bman H

    The problem is with SmartThings you cannot use scene switches. my house is full of scene switches activated via Z wave. although I do like smart things for some applications it's just does not prove worthy for users with existing Leviton scene switches

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