Three different sensors are crafted into TriSensor’s impossibly small finish. A motion sensor to monitor a room’s occupancy, a temperature sensor to manage its environment and a light intensity sensor to manage lighting.
Accurate up to 9.5 meters.
-10 ~ 50°C with accuracy of ±1°C
0~30000 LUX with ±3% accuracy.
Light SensorMotion SensorTemperature Sensor
TriSensor makes your home smart.
Every Z-Wave smart home depends on data for truly intelligent automation; automation that makes a smart home actually smart, responsive, and secure. TriSensor provides your smart home with its most essential data.
Lights your day.
TriSensor knows you’re home and when it’s getting dark, it can then automatically brighten smart lighting. Smart rules can be set up via a Z-Wave gateway so that TriSensor brightens rooms gradually and then switches off lights when rooms are no longer used.
Lights your way.
Never search for a light switch during the night again. Capable of detecting motion even when it’s completely dark in a room, TriSensor can turn on Z-Wave enabled smart lights, including Nano Switch or those connected to Nano Dimmer.
Lights your cameras.
Indoor security cameras suffer from poor quality if recording in low-light. TriSensor fixes that. If motion is detected and you’re not home, they can turn on connected lights so that any security cameras, indoor or out, record enhanced footage.
Controls your comfort.
With TriSensor, your room will never be too hot or too cold. It’s ambient temperature sensor monitors a room’s temperature with ±2% accuracy and can automatically adjust heating and cooling systems connected to your Z-Wave Gateway Controller.
Whether you’re using it to power a Z-Wave security system or just to know when your loved-ones are home, TriSensor can be used to trigger the alarm and send immediate notifications to your smartphone when motion is detected and you’re not home.
TriSensor's motion sensor can distinguish between adults, children and pets - up to 9.5m away. You can easily calibrate and adjust TriSensor's sensitivity to make sure your automated Z-Wave scenes only react to the movements you want to detect.
Place it anywhere.
At only 45mm squared and 37mm deep, TriSensor is really small - weighing in at only 50 grams.
This means it can be placed almost anywhere in your home. TriSensor offers 4 different installation possibilities...
Built upon Z-Wave Plus and enhanced with S2 security, TriSensor isn’t just capable of anonymously gathering data and controlling individual Z-Wave devices in your home – it’s capable of being part of complex gateway routines that can power if-this-then-that and AI based smart home control.
installed this for a friend, the battery that came with the unit once installed lasted 2 weeks at the most then was constantly getting low battery alerts, brought a new battery for it and would only get a couple of days out of it..
had to change their setup to a spare Fibaro Z-Wave Motion Sensor i had and it has worked flawlessly ever since.
I've integrated this sensor with my Home Assistant server using the OpenZWave add-in (the older built-in ZWave integration wasn't working for this sensor).
I was initially having issues with this sensor not giving reliable updates, even though it reported it was getting a good signal. After moving the sensor to another location in the same room, performance has been reliable.
I like the ability to alter the sensitivity of the sensor, and the ability to change the LED colours is a bit of fun.
My main criticism is that the documentation is quite vague on how to place the TriSensor. It's working where I've put it but I keep wondering whether I can put it somewhere better if I knew the limits to its scope. (The MultiSensor 6 documentation has diagrams of the range.)
Got one for our garage for when we drive in at night or simply working in there and it’s amazingly sensitive. I’ve got it on a 1 minute timer because it picks up the slightest movement and we’ve never been left in the dark. Add this to a Aeotec Recessor and it’s beautiful.
I recently exchanged these as a replacement for the original Tri Sensor. I am pleased to say this version of the Tri Sensor is performing extremely well. Range is excellent and sensitivity is much improved. There are no issues with previously experienced jamming when triggered multiple times over a short period of time. I have closely monitored these since installing and am very impressed by their stability and responsiveness. Exceptional service from Brad and the team who replaced the original Tri Sensor as soon as this version was made available. Great company to deal with.