z wave in
home automation.

At SmartEzy, our mission is to improve your lifestyles and routines through home automation. We aim to achieve that by providing you a reliable and secure smart home system.

That is why we pride ourselves in using Z-Wave technology. Z-Wave is a wireless communication protocol widely used in the home automation industry and it is tested and proven to be secure, reliable and standardized. Couple this with our locally developed gateway to control a wide variety of Z-Wave devices, we bring you the most important feature of any smart home system.

It works!


Below you will be able to find out more about Z-Waves features.



Hassle free installation is the key when it comes to creating a smart home system. This is what Z-Wave provides.


With its low frequency, high range, mesh and secure technology, Z-Wave will be able to communicate with products over great distances of up to 150m.

Low Power

Z-Wave has been designed for low power consumption to create more energy efficiency as well as prolonging battery life in various products.


With the new Z-Wave Plus on these products, they will be able to reduce the consumption by up to 50%.

Mesh Technology

Unlike Wi-Fi, Z-Wave certified products run on their own proprietary mesh technology. This provides a longer reach, better penetration and a more robust network reliability overall.


Each device will act as a receiver, repeater and amplifier to relay Z-Wave signals or commands to each other ensuring that the signals do not get lost of interfered.


Our gateway is highly expandable with a space of up to 232 devices. Therefore, there is plenty of space for future compatibility. It also provides the flexibility to suit any budget.


With the new Gen7 and S2 Z-Wave products, Z-Wave stands superior from any other smart home protocol used by having 3 layers of security to avoid hacking, interference and any other security breaches.

Interference Free

Nothing is worse than an unreliable system. That is why Z-Wave runs on the sub GHz band, in this region, the 868.42MHz frequency.


This way, Z-Wave avoids congestion in the commonly used 2.4GHz band that will create interference between the signals.