In short, no. The ZigBee signal runs on its own mesh network that is specifically designed for minimal power consumption. This lowers cost allowing it to be widely deployed and have a longer battery life without interfering with your WiFi.
Axxess Systems play nice with a wide range of other found in hotels including: Automation and Control systems such as Control4, Crestron etc. Lighting systems such Lutron Energy Management systems such as Inncom, Telkonet, Orion, Onity, WiSuite, and others Hospitality task management systems such as HotSOS and Rex Guest facing hospitality systems such as Intellity […]
The ZigBee wireless mesh network standard is widely adopted in hospitality operations. In this mesh network each of the Guest Room Switches is a node in the network and the data from any given switch on a guest room floor is passed from node to node toward the IT closet, where a single ZigBee to Ethernet converter passes […]