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What is Z-wave?

Z-Wave is a wireless protocol

Z-Wave is the name of a wireless signal used for communication between a base station and other devices. Z-Wave is a protocol used for various IOT devices. The protocol was developed by a Danish company (Zen-Sys) and is now an open standard. Z-Wave uses a low frequency, which has the advantage that it goes better through walls and obstacles than Wi-Fi or Zigbee. A problem with Z-wave is that not every country has received the same frequency, so a US Z-wave product will not work in Europe. So you can't just order a Z-wave product online without taking it into account. Each Z-wave switch/sensor/controller has an antenna (external or internal), so at a bad range it is often possible to use an extender to boost the signal. Z-Wave is also a mesh network: With this network it is therefore possible that Z-wave modules not only with the controller but also among themselves. It is easy to add new Z-Wave products, and you do not need any professional installation or special wiring which often makes other systems expensive. For more information or purchase Z-wave products, take a look at Momotica Ht Read More

What does LoRa mean?

LoRa means Long Range Low Power

The LoRa protocol (or actually LoRaWAN) is a protocol for mobile networks specifically designed to meet the high demands of the Internet of Things. A LoRa network is designed to allow small energy-efficient devices to talk to each other. Through LoRa transmitters It is possible to estimate the location at 10 meters accurately, for example it is possible for parents to follow their children, or to find a stolen bike. Read More

What does PoE mean?

POE means Power over Ethernet

PoE is a technology to deliver voltage (and data) over a standard twisted pair cable in an Ethernet network. This technique is used to provide network equipment (think of webcams, switches, VoIP phones, etc.) with power. There is a limited power to a network cable, so for large consumers as a computer or server, PoE is not suitable. Read More

What does HTTP mean?

HTTP means Hypertext Transfer Protocol

The HTTP protocol is designed for transporting HTML files. It is used to get a page on the Internet from the Web server to the user (above you see if it is good also stand: http://www.wat-betekent.nl/wat-betekent-http/). Today's browsers take this for granted, and want http://to automatically filter out. The protocol determines which queries a client can make to the server, and which answers can be returned. In 1997, the HTTP standard jacked up to version 1.1. Read More

What does IP address mean?

Ip address is the unique address of an Internet computer

Any computer that is connected to a network/The Internet has a number that makes it visible to all other computers on that network (this is necessary to find and identify Invididuele computers). Because IP addresses are linked to a computer (or login moment) It is almost never possible to be anonymous on the Internet. The person behind an IP address is in most cases to figure out, sometimes directly, but sometimes only through cooperation from justice. An IP address consists of four groups of numbers, such as 198.168.1.1. The IP address you use to enter the Internet is below: What is an IP address?

What does DNS mean?

DNS means Domain Name System

DNS is a protocol that makes the translation of a domain name to a ipaddress on the Internet. This website has, for example, as IPAddress: 195.211.73.41 but that is difficult to remember, so remember people: www.wat-betekent.nl. DNS is a distributed database that contains host and domain names and their associated IP addresses. DNS eliminates the need to maintain a list of IP addresses on each computer. Read More

What does VOIP mean?

In Voice over IP or VoIP, the Internet or any other IP network is used to transport voice. This enables telephony on data networks and the possibility of merging the formerly traditionally separated worlds of speech and data. As a result, only one infrastructure is needed and new products and services can also be developed. Working with VoIP-based telephone exchanges has now become commonplace within companies. The term VoIP is often falsely used to point to the actual transfer of votes rather than to its protocol.