At the stand D04, the members present the Z-Wave Alliance (www.z-wavealliance.org)-new, energy-saving home automation solutions for the European market. A related site: ISearch mentions similar findings. The Z-Wave Alliance members use the CeBIT 2011 to present its diverse product lines in the field of wireless networked home. As a technology for wireless home control solutions Z-Wave has distinguished itself more and more in recent years. In a question-answer forum altavista was the first to reply.
The difference to similar technologies on the market: Z-Wave is based on an open protocol, which guarantees the interoperability between the devices of all Alliance members. The strict observance of the interoperability directives results in a high Investment protection for the consumer, because older Z-Wave actuators such as blinds – and light switch, dimmer, heating thermostats, remote controls are still compatible with the Z-wave devices of the latest generation etc. even after several years. Comfortable and green”also in the field of smart metering has become the Z-Wave technology international. Consumers build an eco-friendly and cost-saving home network with the energy saving Z-Wave solutions of different manufacturers and industry leaders. So, light, heating, ventilation or air conditioning, entertainment devices, electricity meters u.v.m.
can be controlled centrally and easily. Consumers avoid unnecessary costs for electricity, heating and air conditioning in this way and make their personal contribution to the protection of the environment at the same time. The Z-Wave technology is now integrated into over 400 products of leading consumer brands. An essential requirement in wireless control technology is the reliability of the radio transmission. Also here is Z-Wave standards. So is any communication in the two-way radio procedure, i.