Fibaro Announces New Device Integrations with SmartThings Platform
Chicago, IL – March 20, 2019 – FIBARO, a leading global manufacturer of wireless intelligent home automation and control devices, today announces an exciting integration with the SmartThings platform for Fibaro devices. Through this integration, many of Fibaro’s most popular Z-Wave smart home sensors and devices are now fully compatible with the widely adopted and deployed SmartThings platform.
SmartThings open ecosystem makes it easy to automate and manage the smart home with the SmartThings hub and the SmartThings app. Compatible with hundreds of third-party devices, now including the full line of smart home sensors from Fibaro, SmartThings enables user to expand their smart home with lights, door locks, cameras, voice assistants, thermostats and more.
The following Z-Wave models of Fibaro’s smart home devices and sensors are now fully compatible in the U.S. and Canada with the SmartThings platform:
- Fibaro Motion Sensor
- Fibaro Door/Window Sensor & Door/Window Sensor 2
- Fibaro Dimmer 2
- Fibaro Single Switch & Double Switch
- Fibaro Wall Plug
- Fibaro Flood Sensor
The same devices listed above are now fully compatible with the SmartThings platform in Europe in addition to the Fibaro Wall Plug, the Fibaro CO Sensor and the Fibaro Smoke Sensor which are available and fully compatible only in Europe. Additional devices from the Fibaro ecosystem will continue to be added to the list moving into 2019.
The direct integration of Fibaro devices within the SmartThings platform gives users the ability to extend their smart home network and set up new devices and solutions. Fibaro’s eloquently designed and high-quality devices are intelligently engineered to provide a number of beneficial features which SmartThings users can now take full advantage as a result of the integration partnership. Adding and enrolling Fibaro Z-Wave devices into the SmartThings platform is simple via the SmartThings Connect App for iOS and Android as the direct integration enables the list of compatible Fibaro devices to populate once in pairing mode.
SmartThings users now have new choices when it comes to the setup, control, management and protection of their smart home. The new integrations mean Fibaro devices are fully compatible with other smart home devices and solutions within the SmartThings platform allowing for all-new combinations of devices designed to help end users accomplish a truly smart home. Fibaro devices can now be used to control other devices within the SmartThings platform or be controlled by those devices. Users can also use Fibaro devices to trigger smart home scenes and automation within the SmartThings system.
“Fibaro is thrilled to announce the new integrations with SmartThings and deliver full Fibaro device compatibility to one of the largest IoT platforms in the U.S.,” said Dominik Jęchorek, head of Fibaro sales of USA & Canada. “Our devices are designed for the smart home and engineered to include as many beneficial features as possible while still adhering to a beautiful design aesthetic. We look forward to furthering our integration within SmartThings and providing our smart home devices and solutions to new customers.”
For more information about Fibaro and Samsung SmartThings, please visit: https://www.fibaro.com/us/smartthings/
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For more information about SmartThings, please visit: https://www.smartthings.com
SmartThings is the easiest way to turn a home into a smart home, making it simple to connect and control your devices from anywhere. As the industry leader for consumer IoT technology, SmartThings’ open platform brings together devices, developers, and services to offer one of the largest ecosystems of integrated devices, connecting over 10 million products in over 1 million homes for limitless possibilities. Founded in 2012, SmartThings is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and operates independently as a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics. For more information, visit www.smartthings.com. There’s potential in your everyday things.