Smart Home Automation

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Smart Home Automation

Let's build my smart home

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Smart Homes

Smart homes can essentially be described as having a home setup including multiple appliances or devices that are connected to each other via an internet connection and can be controlled remotely from anywhere in the house using a mobile, tablet, or laptop.

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How Do They Work ? And Where to start ?

One way to build out a smart home is to buy lots of components—sensors, smart bulbs, security cameras, speakers, and whatnot—and connect them all to a hub that helps them communicate with each other and with you, via your smartphone.  If your wants and needs are simpler, just a few relatively inexpensive products will deliver most of the conveniences a high-end smart home can deliver, and on a much more modest budget.  And if you make sure those smart home products are compatible with each other, you’ll build a solid foundation that you can expand over time

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August Smart Lock Pro

The August Smart Lock Pro lets you ditch the keys and use your smartphone or your Apple Watch to unlock your door. And if you’re coming home with your arms full, the August Smart Lock Pro can automatically unlock the door for you.

August Smart Lock Pro features:  Modifies existing deadbolt Integrates with smartphones and Apple Watch Works with multiple smart home platforms, including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit Identifies when your door is open and closed Offers auto-lock and auto-unlock Allows guest access Displays detailed activity feed Sends customizable notifications Allows remote control of door lock from anywhere Requires August Connect Wi-Fi bridge

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Wemo WiFi Smart Light Switches

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The Wemo Smart Light Switch allows you to control your lights from the wall, the Wemo app, or with your voice * . This smart light switch connects to your existing home WiFi network to provide wireless control of your lights – with no subscription or hub required. From porch lights to ceiling fans to recessed lighting, Wemo Light Switch can control nearly anything that a traditional light switch can.  Wemo WiFi Smart Dimmer gives you total smart control over your lights. You can also set schedules and timers, randomize lights with Away Mode and offer your eyes some late-night comfort with Night Mode The Wemo 3-Way Smart Light Switch can replace traditional 3-way switches commonly found in hallways or stairwells, where two switches control the same light. Only one Smart Light Switch is required per 3-way circuit.

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Chromecast With Google Tv

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Chromecast is a device that you plug into your TV's HDMI port, powered by a USB cable (included). Using your smartphone or computer as a remote control, you can use Chromecast to access video content from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, the Google Play Store and other services. you can  use a Chromecast to mirror your phone, tablet or laptop's screen on your TV. This requires a lot more active intent, as your device cannot be put to sleep or unlocked, without the feed going down. The Chromecast with Google TV is an evolution of the  Chromecast Ultra  that it replaces. You’ll need a Google account to use it Casting works with iOS and Android phones Most streaming apps are here except Apple TV and Stadia Supports Google Assistance, Alexa and Apple Homekit  The  new-and-improved Chromecast does come with a Bluetooth/IR remote. .

Chromecast is a device that you plug into your TV's HDMI port, powered by a USB cable (included). Using your smartphone or computer as a remote control, you can use Chromecast to access video content from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, the Google Play Store and other services. you can  use a Chromecast to mirror your phone, tablet or laptop's screen on your TV. This requires a lot more active intent, as your device cannot be put to sleep or unlocked, without the feed going down. The Chromecast with Google TV is an evolution of the  Chromecast Ultra  that it replaces. You’ll need a Google account to use it Casting works with iOS and Android phones Most streaming apps are here except Apple TV and Stadia Supports Google Assistance, Alexa and Apple Homekit  The  new-and-improved Chromecast does come with a Bluetooth/IR remote. .

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THAT's ALL FOLKS

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