This week there were not only new HomeKit devices, with HomeDevices also launched an exciting HomeKit database.
Since the motion detector in the bathroom did not cover the shower in our house, we unceremoniously installed another one in the shower this week.
With this, we now not only control the light, but also automatically increase the volume of the music. In addition, we switch on the bathroom fan via the motion detector.
Eve Systems this week officially announced HomeKit blinds in cooperation with Coulisse for January 2022.
The first models can be pre-ordered in some countries starting at 220€. From an earlier conversation with Sonevo, we know that there will also be significantly cheaper models in the future.
We have used the summer slump and developed an app in the last few months, in which you can inform yourself about HomeKit devices. The devices are displayed as in HomeKit and you can see the range of functions, i.e. installed sensors, control options, triggers and conditions for automations and more, without having to own the devices themselves.
If you have devices in use that are not yet in the database, you can optionally upload them in a few steps. You can download the app for free from the App Store. We would appreciate a short review in the App Store.
As reported by our colleagues at Homekit.Blog, Zorachka has released an exclusive HomeKit camera this week, the Homam. As a pure HomeKit camera, the range of functions hardly differs from the competition.
However, the Internet-independent storage on a non-removable memory and the, according to the manufacturer, fast response time without quality loss is exciting. Whether this is worth almost $400 is something everyone has to decide for themselves. However, the camera is not yet available in this country.
Lightwave this week released the Smart Heating Switch L92, a new heating switch for panel heaters, hot water tanks, boilers, towel rails, electric radiators and more.
The device, which costs just under £100, requires Lightwave Link Plus and shows up in HomeKit as just a simple on/off switch.
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