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sw1tch.me Ena Smart Motion Detecting Alarm

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Discovered on 2017-11-22

Experience a smarter home with the sw1tch.me Ena Smart Motion Detecting Light Switch. The Wi-Fi enabled smart motion detecting light switch switches lights on and off without even touching it. Additionally, it can detect when you’re coming home and switch on your lights for you. It also turns off your lights when you leave. The sw1tch.me Ena even has a built-in motion detector using the Motion Mode. This features automatically turns lights on and off when you enter or leave a room. Furthermore, the motion detector sensor also allows the device to function as an alarm. Simply set it to Alarm Mode, and you’ll receive a push message or email if it detects any motion. The sw1tch.me Ena is easy to set up without any configuration. Just connect to your Wi-Fi network and control the device through the app.

Overview & Specs
Color :
Bronze, Silver, Black
Connectivity :
App :
iOS, Android
Material :
Aluminum, Glass
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Vasileios Antoniadis
The sweetest thing is that we are already working on it and have a functional prototype :)
Sweet! Well a suggestion for the future is the ability to move your hand up or down to dim the lights accordingly. �
Vasileios Antoniadis
Hello, yes it will. Not only that, we have decided to make it open source and programmable/flashable, so firmware can be written and uploaded by the users.
Hello, Does it works with Apple HomeKit and/or IFTTT?