Convert your binary sensors and analog sensors into smart sensors
Enhance the possibilities of home automation by making your existing appliances smart
Remote control your existing garage door by connecting a smart implant that integrates the door with the Fibaro system
Life is just better
with Smart Home
A device that can convert your existing non-smart appliances into smart appliances has always been your dream, right? Fibaro, a brand that walks ahead of time, has already come up with a great solution. Fibaro Smart Implant converts all your regular appliances smart by integrating them with the Z-wave network, a wireless communication protocol used in home automation. The most versatile Smart Implant looks very small but very smart and elegant.
With the Smart Implant, you can integrate an existing non-smart appliance with the Fibaro system and control them using the smart devices. For example, imagine you have a garage door that is not controlled remotely. You can connect a Smart Implant to the door and integrate it with the Fibaro network and open and close the door using a KeyFob from Fibaro.
Binary sensors and analogue sensors can be made smart by making them report their readings to the Z-wave controllers. Powered by a low voltage supply with a range of 9-30 V, the device is easy and safe to be installed. Regular operation of the non-smart device will not be altered by the Smart Implant.
Traditional heat controlling systems or furnaces in your home can be made smart by Smart Implant and you can control and change the heating schedules with the help of a smartphone or tablet. The possibilities of a Smart Implant are endless. In one other instance, you can create scenes for your Home Theatre. All you need is to connect Smart Implant to the wall switch and with just a single motion and in a single moment, the lights will be dimmed, the projector will turn on and the blinds will be shut.
Buy the most reliable Smart Implant from Fibaro and experience the best of home automation
- Works with any certified Z-wave or Z-wave+ controller
- Binary sensors, analogue sensors, temperature, and humidity can be made smart
- Can function as Z-wave signal repeater
- Supports Z-wave network security modes S0, S2
- Garage doors can be made a part of home automation
- Heat controlling system can be remote controlled
- Has a built-in temperature sensor
Interested in making your home smart?
Contact Stebilex today to schedule a consultation with a home automation expert.
|Power Supply||9-30V DC ±10%|
|Inputs||2x 0-10 analog/binary inputs
1x serial 1-wire input (for DHT22 or DS18B20 sensors)
|Outputs||2x potential-free outputs (for controlling external circuits)|
|Supported digital sensors||6 DS18B20 or 1 DHT22|
|Maximum current on outputs||150mA|
|Maximum voltage on outputs||30V DC/ 20V AC ±5%|
|Operating temperature||0–40°C (32-104°F)|
|Radio protocol||Z-Wave (500 series chip)|
|Radio frequency||868,4 lub 869,8 MHz EU
908,4, 908,42 or 916,0 MHz US
921,4 lub 919,8 MHz ANZ
869,0 MHz RU
|Compliance with EU directives||RoHS 2011/65/EU
|Range||up to 40m (131 ft)
(depending on building structure)
|Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)||29 x 18 x 13 m (1.14” x 0.71” x 0.51”)|