By connecting to the network and issuing remote alerts, these 5 products promise fewer false alarms than their predecessors, enabling users to detect and detect fires and carbon monoxide levels. , Even when they are not at home.
1- D-Link mydlink smart alarm sensor
D-Link announced its smart alarm sensor production program at CES 2016. This sensor, which is the latest addition to the Taiwanese company's multidimensional mydlink smart home kit, can detect the sound of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide and alert you via smartphone. Even if you are at work or on the golf course, you can be notified of an accident and take appropriate action. The company, which ranked 100th in info tech among the world's best IT companies in 2007, said the sensor was easy to set up. Just plug it in and it can start listening immediately for warning.
2- OneLink Carbon Smoke and Monoxide Sensor
The OneLink Carbon Smoke and Monoxide Sensor, one of Nest Protect's competitors, launched in 2013 and upgraded last year, similarly sends remote notifications in the event of an alert, which you can download through its app. Cut off. You can also view a history of the date and time of previous alerts and check its status with Siri, Apple's voice command software. Photoelectric smoke sensors help reduce false alarms. With 10 years of operation, the battery will not be a source of trouble or expense. The One First Alert alert connects to any of the alert systems connected to your home via Apple HomeKit, which acts as a central hub / coordinator for connected components in a smart home.
3- Smart Smart Smart Sensors Non-Smart
With Roost, you can connect to smartphones without having to throw away your current smoke sensor. This smart battery, which can be installed in four minutes, sends information to your smartphone whenever the smoke sensor rings, even when the user is away from home. Battery life is also very impressive for five years. The Roost smart battery was selected as the honorary winner of the CES 2016 innovation in the smart home products group.
4- Halo smoke sensor
The Halo Smart Labs smoke sensor also detects carbon monoxide and generates sound warnings. The Halo + model (including the base model, which comes in two types of wires and comes with a 10-year battery life, has a total of three models) also examines the weather and talks to you in an emergency. Halo Smart Labs claims that the sensor detects the difference between fast and slow fires, along with six different sensors that help reduce false alarms. All of these are similar to Nest Protect, but according to the manufacturer, the Halo sensor, thanks to the Lowe’s lris system, will inform you of a wider range of emergencies, such as flood detection. The Halo smoke sensor was inspired and born after Hurricane EF-5 in 2011 in Joplin, Missouri, forcing one of the founders to realize that current smoke sensors are lagging behind current technological advances.
5. Smart bulb that detects alerts
Sengled Voice not only detects smoke warnings and carbon monoxide (and even the sound of a baby crying), but also acts as a wireless Bluetooth speaker. In addition, it is a multifunctional lamp, and as ridiculous as it may seem, it can search the web and check your calendar for your appointments (a lamp as a personal secretary, a logical breakthrough). We covered the previous model after CES last year. Sengled has also partnered with Software to Convert Speech to Nuance and Audio Analytics to provide voice commands. It also fits inside the headlights and illuminates your room. You can even talk to your refrigerator about it on the Internet of Things! Meanwhile, the Sengled Voice fits directly into an existing headlight bulb and stays there. This product uses Wi-Fi, not Bluetooth, to set up and control the lamp.