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How to Set-Up Geofencing on Z-Box Hub

## Geofencing is like drawing a virtual fence around a real-world area using technology like GPS or RFID. Imagine stretching a border around your house, and every time someone or something crosses that border, it triggers an action or notification. In the digital world, that border is drawn using GPS coordinates to cr…

How To Use Geofencing In Automations on Z-Box Hub

## Geofencing works like setting up a virtual boundary around a real place using GPS or RFID technology. Picture it as establishing an invisible boundary encircling your residence. Each time an individual or object traverses this boundary, it initiates a pre-defined action or alerts you accordingly. In the realm of di…

How To Transfer Z-Box Admin Rights To Another User

## Looking to transfer the admin rights to your Z-Box hub to another user? You can only transfer the admin rights to a user that already has access to your system. To learn more about the steps needed to invite new users to the system refer to [How to Add User to Remote Access ][1]and [How to Add User to Local Access]…

Z-Box Energy Panel Overview

## Looking for energy saving solutions? We've got it covered with the Z-Box Energy Panel! The Z-Box Energy Panel can enhance the efficiency of your smart system, especially if you have solar panels or other trackable sources of energy connected to your system. It also offers the capability to analyze your household's…

How To Create Smart Rules With Energy Tracking on Z-Box

## Manage your energy costs by creating scenes based on the Energy Panel. This allows you to base your block scenes off of various metrics provided on the Energy Panel, such as total energy consumption, consumption by device, consumption by room, consumption by device/condition categories, total production, overall ba…

Z-Box Console: Why it's There

## The Z-Box hub Web interface features a console, which is a real-time log of events happening on the hub during various operations: adding or removing a Z-Wave device, changing parameters, configuring the device, setting associations, and more. The console is capable of offering in-depth insights into active operat…

How To Manage Profiles On the Z-Box Hub

## Profiles are a set of rules or actions pertaining to devices, climate zones, alarms, or scenes that can be activated quickly by the user or a scene. There are four default profiles which you can customize to your preferences (Home, Away, Vacation, Night) but you can add more if you want to. You can edit the profil…

How To Create And Manage Z-Box System Backups

## Creating full system backups is the most effective protection against the loss of configuration data in the event of problems or inadvertent changes. You can create the backups on our cloud or locally on the hub. Please be aware that there is a restricted amount of storage capacity available for backups. You can r…

How To Enable Remote Access on Z-Box For Support Purposes

## Remote Access enables you to remotely connect to and oversee your hub and devices when you are not in the same network as your hub. For this functionality to work, the hub needs to be both connected to the internet and powered on. By default, remote access is enabled. To enable/disable remote access: 1. From the …

How To Set Up Direct Association Between Z-Wave Devices on Z-Box

## Direct Association, which involves linking devices, enables the direct exchange of control commands among Z-Wave network devices. In this type of communication, the main hub plays no role. This mechanism allows devices to communicate with each other, even in scenarios where the hub is inactive or compromised, such …

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