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Five Basics For Any Smart Home
When building a smart home, it’s more than just buying and installing as many components as possible. It is important to lay a solid foundation for your smart system that allows interaction between components. Without proper planning, you may invest too much money and time, without getting satisfactory results. It is important to start from the very basic to create a fully automated home that you can manage through your mobile phone or any smart device.
With that in mind, we are going to take a look at 5 basic components of any smart home:
Wi-Fi Switches- with Wi-Fi switches, you can control lights using a smartphone or other digital devices. They have integrated Wi-Fi modules to allow interaction with the smart home system and it is safe and convenient to use smart Wi-Fi switches. With a smartphone app, you will know which lights are being turned off and on and with a single tap, you can control the lights at home, from anywhere in the world.
Smart Lighting- homeowners can also control a smart lighting system with Wi-Fi switches. Smart lighting could also work based on schedule, so lights will be turned on and off at certain times of the day. A built-in light sensor may help the system to decide when it’s appropriate to turn on or off the light.
Smart Plugs- smart plugs allow control of not only lighting, but also thermostats, fans, air conditioners, heaters, and any appliance. The smart home system app on your smartphone includes the ability to control smart plugs in your home. Each smart plug has a built-in Wi-Fi module to allow remote monitoring and control. Depending on the model, there could also be timers, relay controls, sensors, and microcontrollers. Smart plugs can also help you reduce electricity bills if they include built-in power-measurement circuits.
Smart Security- security is a crucial component in any home. A smart security system protects your family members and keeps them safe when at home. Smart locks make sure that all windows and doors are locked automatically after a period of time. A CCTV network with FLIR and motion sensor allows the system to detect people before they enter your property. An alarm system will notify you or the local police force if there’s a likely intruder.
Smart Speakers- smart speakers make it easier to interact with the smart home system. These speakers are not just for playing music, but they could also process verbal commands. With Amazon Echo, Google Home, Microsoft Cortana or Apple Siri, the AI-based voice recognition technology interprets your verbal commands. For example, you can tell the smart home system to turn on the outdoor lighting through the smart speaker.
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