Based on the guideline and instructions from our loyal customer, we provide instructions for integrating the SMARWI device into the Z-Wave control unit Fibaro Home Center 2.
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What is SMARWI?
- Device for controlling opening / closing of windows via mobile, tablet, PC via local network or remote Internet.
- This device is designed for automated, electronically controlled opening or closing of windows, thus ensuring the supply of fresh air to the room.
- Open the windows automatically and effortlessly - SMARWI helps to improve the air quality in the room and thus increases the comfort of living.
- Window opening can be scheduled in time schedules, and automated scenes can be created based on weather forecasts when integrating into the Z-Wave control unit.
- SMARWI supports the API, which is published on the manufacturer's site (link) and can therefore be integrated into various Z-Wave controllers. The device is powered from an electrical outlet. Connecting to the Internet is via your WiFi network.
- The construction of the device allows simple installation without the need for drilling or other adjustments of the window.
- Know what you need to know before you buy this device - HERE.
- More info at manufacturer's site.
FIBARO HC2: VD for SMARWI
Instruction for SMARWI integration into Fibaro Home Center 2 as a virtual device. This virtual device allows you to send HTTP request / s to SMARWI and control it via the Open, Close and Stop buttons.
Note: VD -> Virtual Device = Virtual Device in Fibaro = what is the VD you will learn - HERE
Virtual Device Installation:
- Make sure the SMARWI device is logged on to your WiFi network
- Log in to the Fibaro HC2 control panel and click on the device panel-> Add / Remove Device-> Import Virtual Device
- Select SMARWI_v1.0.vfib (to download)
- Wait for the import and then go to advanced settings
- Insert IP address of installed SMARWI device
- The IP address can be easily accessed on https://vektiva.online in settings/info if the user has created an account
- Insert TCP port 80
- Click Change icon
- On the icon selection page, click Select File and select smarwi_128x128.png (to download)
- The device image is added to the icon library
- An example of a successful import looks like this