SmartThings is the easy way to transform your home into a smart home. Simple and easy to use, the SmartThings Hub acts as the brain of your smart home. It connects wirelessly with a wide range of smart devices such as lights, locks and sensors, and makes them work together.
SmartThings allows you to effortlessly monitor, control, and automate a wide range of connected devices in your home. SmartThings can turn lights on and off, lock doors, turn on music and can even send you video alerts when there’s unexpected activity in your home. You can use the SmartThings app to put your connected devices to work, or you can use voice assistants like Google Home to manage everyday tasks with simple commands.
Z-Wave and ZigBee are wireless radio frequency communication protocols designed for control, monitoring, and status-reading of connected devices. In other words, Z-Wave and ZigBee are the different languages your SmartThings Hub and devices use to talk to one another.
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You can connect hundreds of individual devices at any one time to a SmartThings Hub (or a compatible device with SmartThings Hub functionality), so you never need to worry about having too many smart devices in your home.
SmartThings works with a wide range of connected devices, including lights, speakers, locks, thermostats, sensors, and more. Look for the Works with SmartThings label next time you’re buying a connected device for your home.
Please ensure that you are connecting devices that are SmartThings certified for Australia, in particular, Z-Wave devices.
No. Apple HomeKit and Wink does not work with SmartThings, they only work with their own apps. However, many smart devices that are compatible with Apple HomeKit and Wink are also compatible with SmartThings.
Yes, we ship to any Australian address so just mention you'd like to self-install when you speak with our Smart Home specialists after calling 13 27 56.
If you live in the Melbourne metropolitan area (premises in postcodes 3000 – 3210), you can choose to take the hassle out of the installation process and have a Smart Home specialist deliver your Smart Home Starter Kit, set it up it in your home and even show you how to use it.