FIBARO The Button
Meet the new wireless device form FIBARO.
FIBARO, the leading provider of the home automation systems, presents the newest addition to the intelligent home – FIBARO The Button. The Button is the first wireless device with such
a unique, yet simplistic design with incredible power and functionality. With The Button, a simple click can control the entire home.
FIBARO The Button is simple but extremely useful controller. It recognizes 6 different clicks, e.g. like single click, double click and holding the button down. The device communicates by Z-Wave protocol with a central system that enables the launch of one of the available, predefined scenes.
FIBARO The Button allows complete management of the perfect home. With 6 different actions including pressing, double clicking and holding the device down, The Button may also be used for intricate and specific scenes, completely customizable by the user. Never before has one click meant so much for your home. Open shutters, get the coffee machine going to prepare your favorite drink, and turn on the radio with one simple push. In addition, The Button’s intuitional design fits every décor and simple installation allows it to be affixed anywhere and on nearly any material. Even the kids can have fun with The Button by getting creative and painting their own design on it.
FIBARO’s The Button doesn’t require cables and consumes very little energy, allowing for a long life cycle. One of its biggest advantages is its small size – only 34 mm height and 46 mm diameter (a little under 1.5 inches). Simply put, The Button combines usability and the perfect look.
“The Button isn’t merely home automation – it saves you a lot of time. The exceptionally unique shape makes it a simple option for everyone.” – CEO Maciej Fiedler.
FIBARO The Button opens up new possibilities to managing the home remotely with a smartphone or tablet. It is compact and universal, and can be attached just about anywhere, e.g. next to the entrance door where one push, or a series of pushes can close the shutters, turn off the lights and arm the alarm for the ultimate ‘Good-bye’ scene.