Aeotec Smart Home Hub – UK versio




Weight: 540 g
Dimensions: 12.6 x 12.7 x 2.9 cm; 540 Grams
Model: GP-AEOHUBV3UK
Part: GP-AEOHUBV3UK
Pack Quantity: 1
Batteries Required: No
Manufacture: Aeotec
Quantity: 1

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83 Responses

  1. John Velasco says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  3. Beth @ RUNNING around my kitchen says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  5. Alex Howard says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  6. MayaStovall says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Advanced and fully packed HUB… but no option to hang it on the wall 😉

  9. NoeliaTempleton says:

     United Kingdom

    I already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  11. Tribune Media Wire says:

     United Kingdom

    I already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  12. CarmenXqyozgjyx says:

     United Kingdom

    I already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  13. FlynnTolley says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  14. The Zhush says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  15. Mireya06Ctbmed says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  16. JanessaHammett says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI already have a smart home set up, and use a Samsung SmartThings hub to control Zigbee & Z-Wave devices. I’m also a stubborn so and so, and I insist on having everything working via HomeKit and Siri, so I run HomeBridge too (Actually using Hoobs now as I prefer the interface).
    I have 99% of my kit working just how I want. The only issue I have with my current set up is that the front door DanaLock V3 keeps disconnecting from the Z-Wave network on my SmartThings V2 hub and stops responding. I’ve tried the DanLock Bridge, it’s not reliable from outside the house and has no WiFi integration to HomeKit – a big flaw.
    All my research said that SmartThings can only handle one hub at a location, but as I said, stubborn so and so, so I decided to give the Aeotec hub a try. I figured at least the newer hardware may have a better Z-Wave transceiver.
    The Aeotec connected to my SmartThings app very easily. Used the QR code on the device and the app adopted the hub and allowed me to configure for WiFi. To check I logged into my online SmartThings account and both hubs were showing connected at my Home location. So I unpaired the DanaLock from the SmartThings hub (ignore any online instructions, just hit remove in the app and press the reset button on the lock – no need to go into Z-Wave utilities). Then re-added the lock, this time picking the Aeotec hub (which I’ve located right by the side of the lock).
    The device showed up fine, strait away – SmartThings definitely can handle 2 hubs at the one location.
    Even better, I went into the Automations section of the app and the Homebridge settings, added the new entry for the lock to the devices list, and there is was, back available in HomeKit.
    Overall it took about 15 minutes to migrate the lock to the new hub and have everything working how I wanted. It remains to be seen if the lock stays connected to this hub, but if it doesn’t I’m pretty sure that’s more of an issue with the lock (rebooting it reconnects it to Z-Wave, but that needs me to open it and pop the batteries).

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  20. KyleWalling says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  23. Dino5092ssli says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this as it was required to set up the Yale Z-Wave Module 2, however upon setting up the smart device i still cannot use the features Yale advertised so will be sending this unit back as it will just be a paperweight as i dont own any other smart devices worth connecting to this device. Other than this the hub works well and set up with SmartThings really easily.

  25. JoeySamons says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  26. DeanneYPSuvpgp says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  27. Isabell8407 says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  28. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  29. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  30. James Alcala says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Purchased for the Zigbee integration, the Alex and Z-wave is an added bonus.

    Fiddly to set up, but now configured provides the remote control I wanted and of more devices, than expected, hadn’t expected to control my Sonos device remotely, shame Hive doesn’t integrate (but can’t have everything)

  32. FedericoSjp says:

     United Kingdom

    This was fantastic and very easy to setup found everything in the house with no problems can’t believe how fast this was to setup would definitely recommend this Hub

  33. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This was fantastic and very easy to setup found everything in the house with no problems can’t believe how fast this was to setup would definitely recommend this Hub

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