6 New Compatible Devices

We’re excited to announce that six new devices are now compatible with the SmartThings open platform.

Each of these new devices will now appear in the SmartThings app under the Things category of SmartSetup. To connect them to your SmartThings Hub and account, simply tap “Connect New Device” in SmartSetup.

Here’s a brief look at each new device:


flexThis ZigBee-powered self-bonding LED strip pairs directly to the SmartThings Hub and lets you control both color settings and color temperature settings. You can also trigger it to turn on and change color when different things happen in your home.


73674_Lightify_CLA_60_TW_FR_E27_60OSRAM LIGHTIFY Tunable A19 White Bulb

This smart bulb lets you tune the warmth and intensity of your home’s lighting. It has an adjustable temperature range of 2,700 to 6,500 Kelvin, allowing you to switch between warm and cool shades of white. With SmartThings, you can also set it to change the warmth and intensity when different things happen in your home.



gardenspotSimilar to the Flex strip, the Gardenspot RGB strip is actually IP66 and IP44 rated. This means that you can keep it outside to accent a garden or pathway and not worry about water or debris damaging the device.


Cs-1NYCE Door/Window Sensor

This little guy is a tiny ZigBee sensor (1.26″ x 1.18″ x 0.39″) that can monitor when doors, windows, cabinets, and more open and close.


NYCE Garage Door Sensor

handnyceThe NYCE NCZ-3014 is the first ZigBee tilt sensor certified for SmartThings. Like the door/window sensor, this guy is teeny-tiny at only 11 grams (with battery) and 1.26″ x 1.18″ x 0.39″.


Tyco Door/Window Sensor

MCT-340R_72dpiThis ZigBee device a simple open/closed sensor that also reports temperature. Tyco (and Visonic) manufacture a wide variety of security-centric wireless devices. They’re perhaps most well known for their traditional security panels.

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Join the conversation! 7 Comments

  1. Whoa that is a seriously small sensor. Has anyone tried any of the NYCE sensors?

  2. nice but looking for IP cameras mentioned in january. Rachio irrigation integration seems delayed since they are going to version 2. (according to Rachio website) Most of these new items are functionally similar to others on the market although outdoor lights may be new to ST world.

  3. Does anyone know if you need the “OSRAM Gateway” in addition to the “OSRAM LIGHTIFY Tunable A19 White Bulb”?

  4. I installed the NYCE Door/Window sensor and got it paired. But ST dashboard constantly shows the door as Open no matter what I do. Even when I hold the sensor and magnet by hand.

  5. Where is the somfy shade integration also mentioned in January? Any update?

  6. Is the Smartthings hub compatible with a window shade platform like Somfy?


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