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Welcome
Hi, and thanks for joining the SmartThings family. Please make sure you followed
the Getting Started steps in your kit. This user manual will give you some additional
info on your SmartThings Hub. If you have any questions at all, simply boot up your
mobile app to talk to us directly or go to www.smartthings.com.
Meet Your Hub
The SmartThings Hub acts as the bridge between all of your connected SmartThings
and the Internet. In brief, it does a few things:
Connects to SmartThings – The SmartThings Hub speaks a few different
languages. ZigBee, Zwave, IP and more. Depending on what SmartThings
you have in your world, the SmartThings Hub basically acts as a universal
interpreter.
Connects to the Internet – Once plugged into your Internet router via the
enclosed Ethernet cable, the SmartThings Hub automatically makes a secure
connection to the Internet and the SmartThings Cloud.
Passes Events and Commands – When one of your connected SmartThings
has a message (for instance motion was detected or a door opened) or you
or an installed SmartApp have an instruction for a SmartThing (turn on a
light), and SmartThings hub will be responsible for sending that message
along securely.
Getting Around
The good news is that your SmartThings Hub does all the heavy lifting for you, and
it's pretty simple. No buttons to worry about. (INSERT IMAGE WITH LABELS)
SmartThings Hub Manual

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    Getting Started steps in your kit. This user manual will give you some additional info on your SmartThings Hub. If you have any questions at all, simply boot up your mobile app to talk to us directly or go to www.smartthings.com.

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     Power Light – Let’s you know when the SmartThings Hub is powered on. There is an important code on the bottom of your SmartThings Hub that you’ll need for registration. It’s right here. (ARROW POINTING TO IT) Installation The SmartThings Hub works best if installed in a central location to where your SmartThings will be connected.

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    2. Connecting your SmartThings Hub to power via the included micro-USB power cable and pluggable power adapter. 3. Registering your SmartThings Hub to your account via our mobile application. Certifications Certified under FCC Part 15 Certified in Canada by IC to RSS-210 This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003 Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à...

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    installation. This equipment generates and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:...

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    with a service agent or open a service request. Please be prepared to describe the product that needs service and the nature of the problem. A purchase receipt is required. This warrant does not apply to: a) damage caused by failure to follow instructions relating to the product’s user or the installation of components;...

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