Use the smart button to trigger an alarm or send an alert for assistance. Pair the Iris smart button with a Smart Plug to control lights, appliances and more. The button can also monitor and report on temperature wherever it is located. All with the powerful Iris app. The Iris Smart Hub is required to connect the smart button with the Iris app. Premium service may be required for some features.
Convenient access to control other connected devices
Trigger events, scenes, or notifications with the push of a single button
Turn on connected lights from you bedside table
Monitor temperature wherever your button is located
Compatible with the Iris smart home system
Manage and monitor your smart devices through Iris app on your smart phone
Iris requires broadband Internet, Iris 8.0+ on an iphone5 or later or Android 4.1+
Works with Google Assistant for voice control of your devices
Works with Iris
Works with Nest
Works with Apple HomeKit
Works with SkylinkNet
Home automation button
Works with SmartThings
Works with Amazon Alexa
Works with Android
Works with Google Home
Works with iOS
Click - Lights out/Light on
5 out of 5 stars
GregAReviewed on 12/10/2017
I just purchased this button and paired it with my SmartThings. It paired right away as an Iris Smart Button. I created a light automation routing in the SmartThings app to turn on/off the GE Z-Wave light switches I have installed. Works great so far. Will see how it holds out over time with usage and battery life.
Works with SmartThings very well
5 out of 5 stars
rsgReviewed on 04/02/2017
I bought a bunch because they were $6 each thinking I could just toss them if they were as bad as people were saying in reviews. Paired with SmartThings hub without any customization ("Zigbee button" I think). We have been using one daily to turn on and off a white noise machine (plugged into a Zigbee outlet) for about a month now. Trying to figure out all the uses for the other ones now--possibly a button placed near the stairs programmed to turn off all downstairs lights when going up for bed. I think they might actually be worth the $20 full price.
Finicky, can be (mostly) tamed w/some tricks
3 out of 5 stars
DReviewed on 01/10/2017
This product has several issues,and my results are inconsistent across three different buttons, but when on sale for $10 it's a fairly reasonable price. Full price ($19.99) is way too much to pay.
1. Battery contacts are not secure. Work-around: A) Remove the battery tray, remove the battery from the tray, and place a small piece of paper below the battery to make a tighter fit. B) With the battery tray out, get a flashlight and look into the button - you'll see a small prong at the back end of the battery compartment inside the button. Use a small screwdriver or other tool to carefully bend the prong down a bit to have better contact w/the battery.
2. When you are ready to pair w/your HA system (Wink or SmartThings, et), get right next to your hub. Put your hub in paring mode, and re-insert the battery tray/battery while holding down the buitton. Insert the battery tray firmly and fully into the button, let go of the switch after about 2 seconds. The switch will blink red, then blue, then green when it links to your system.
3. Set the button aside and leave it be for 15 minutes. Just let it sit, find something else to do.
Then complete your programming of the button however your HA system does that.
If you have issues w/the button not working/responding consistently, it's usually due to the battery contact not being solid enough - add another thickness of paper under the battery, and/or adjust the battery prong again.
If you have issues w/the button doing wacko things (turning off the wrong lights, not working as expected) clear the button and re-do the linking to your system. Remove battery. Set your HA system in pairing mode. Hold button while re-inserting battery and hold for 2 seconds after re-inserting battery, Battery will re-connect w/your system. Wait 15 minutes. Then re-program.
Good luck - these things can be tamed to a certain extent, but if you're looking for plug and play buttons, look elsewhere. If they weren't on sale for $10, I would have likely only kept one of the three I bought.