The following is an overview of the user manual for the Z-Wave product Samsung Hub (STH-ETH-250)from SmartThings. To view other Z-Wave products and manuals from SmartThings follow that link.
• Compatible with hundreds of smart home products
• Contains ZigBee and Z-Wave radios, and is also compatible with IP-accessible devices
• Enables live video recording and event-based video clip recording
• Contains replacement backup batteries that allow it to continue operating in the event of a power outage
• Local app processing enables faster operating time
• No hard wiring or tricky installation needed
• Simply attach the power supply to the back of the Hub and plug the Ethernet cable in to your Internet router. Easy peasy.
As a Z-Wave Plus certified product, Samsung Hub supports Z-Wave S2 security. The following security modes are directly supported:
SmartThings describes Samsung Hub as having the following features:
- Gateway Has Preferred Partners
- Communications Connections
- Communications Protocol
- Controller Supports Multiple Networks
- Controller Supports Multiple Z-Wave Interfaces
- Firmware updatable via a compatible Z-Wave gateway
- Z-Wave Scene Type
- Battery Quantity
- Battery powered using AA batteries
- FLiRS capable
- Supports Network Wide Inclusion
- Supports Z-Wave Explorer Frames
- Supports Z-Wave SmartStart allowing you to setup the product simply by scanning its QR code via
In the SmartThings mobile app, open the menu in the upper right corner and tap ""Connect New Device."" Then, tap ""Connect Now.""
In the SmartThings mobile app, open the menu in the upper right corner and tap ""My Locations."" Tap the gear icon at the top right of your hub's location to access the location settings. Scroll down to the ""Hubs"" section and tap on your Hub's name, then tap ""Z-Wave Utilities."" Tap ""Join or Leave Existing Z-Wave Network"" and confirm to activate Learn mode on the Hub.
In the SmartThings mobile app's ""Things"" tab, tap the name of the device to show the device details. Then, open the menu in the upper right and tap ""Remove.""
Alternatively, open the menu in the upper right corner and tap ""My Locations."" Tap the gear icon at the top right of your Hub's location to access the location settings. Scroll down to the ""Hubs"" section and tap on your Hub's name, then tap ""Z-Wave Utilities."" Tap ""General Device Exclusion"" and then the ""Remove"" button to confirm. The hub will enter exclude mode.
Factory reset Samsung Hub
In the SmartThings mobile app, open the menu in the upper right corner and tap ""My Locations."" Tap the gear icon at the top right of your Hub's location to access the location settings. Scroll down and check that your Hub is listed as ""Active"" in the Hubs section. Also check that the LED indicator on the front of the Hub is a solid green and not blinking.
At the bottom of the location settings, tap the red ""Remove Location"" button and confirm the removal. This will delete your location, including all devices, settings, and SmartApps. Your Hub will be reset back to a factory default state and you will need the claim code that came with your Hub to re-connect it to SmartThings.
Please note that this is a user manual Samsung Hub from SmartThings is provided as is and without warranty; all information contained herein is provided by the manufacturer or the certifying body. The information provided is for reference only and is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional advice. ZWaveProducts.com only warrants and is only able to support products purchased directly from us. If you have Samsung Hub and have not purchased it from us, please contact the manufacturer directly with any further questions you may have.