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Samsung SmartThings F-H-ETH-001 Hub, 2nd Generation for $91.99 @newegg

Newegg.com has a 2nd Generation SmartThings F-H-ETH-001 Hub for $91.99 with 10% code ($10 off w/ promo code 0801BTCDMW117) and $2.99 shipping.


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Anyone have and use this? Am debating between this and the Wink for controlling the porch light. I just got a Ring doorbell and want a Ring or motion to trigger turning the light on in the evening.
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Anyone have and use this? Am debating between this and the Wink for controlling the porch light. I just got a Ring doorbell and want a Ring or motion to trigger turning the light on in the evening.
I am waiting for super deal..Smilie on smartthings hub. I did tons of research and seems that smartthings is way better than wink. it also has open source support. plus it supports various technologies as well....
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I am waiting for super deal..Smilie on smartthings hub. I did tons of research and seems that smartthings is way better than wink. it also has open source support. plus it supports various technologies as well....

I'm leaning that way just because it seems to support a lot more. Wasn't aware of the open source support - in what context is that though? Like you can root/hack the hub and load different software on it?
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I'm leaning that way just because it seems to support a lot more. Wasn't aware of the open source support - in what context is that though? Like you can root/hack the hub and load different software on it?
i dont think the hubs kernel itself is open, but it exposes API that many people use to create some crazy things and integrate to many technologies. You can check openthings forums to find out. Samsung calls this hub open playform. By my research i see less issues than wink and more use in regards of integration with other devices
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i dont think the hubs kernel itself is open, but it exposes API that many people use to create some crazy things and integrate to many technologies. You can check openthings forums to find out. Samsung calls this hub open playform. By my research i see less issues than wink and more use in regards of integration with other devices
It looks like this guy has figured out some workarounds himself in terms of Wink:
http://robsblog.robgmartin.com

I know Wink has direct integration with Ring so I could activate the light based on motion/ring "out of the box" - I'd have to hack the Wink per Rob's blog to get it to work with Blink Cameras (if I were to get a set of those) but I could see that being useful too. The only caveat I'm not so sure about is if his instructions assume you are operating a 'hacked' or 'rooted' Wink hub or not. I think it could be operating under that assumption though.
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Smartthings.com always has a 10% off first time customers which brings the hub to $89.10 FYI...

code: WELCOME10
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