Smart plugs are a simple way to automate the wired devices in your home. To set it up, all you have to do is plug it into an outlet and then connect it to your Wi-Fi network by following the directions in the compatible app on your phone or tablet. Then, you simply plug a wired appliance, like a lamp or a fan, into your smart plug and you'll now be able to control them on your phone from wherever you are.
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A smart doorbell is an internet-connected replacement for a traditional doorbell. It can “ring” a smartphone or other device in your home, and integrate with a smart home automation system to display real-time video from your front door. Note that “smart doorbell” is virtually synonymous with “video doorbell” because most have video cameras included — something to watch for if you’re researching. Doorbells, of course, notify you of a visitor’s arrival. Smart doorbells expand on that basic function while bringing new convenience and safety functions to your front door.
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Smart cameras are typical wireless cameras that do more than just record footage and capture images. These devices have additional functions that can help you monitor the status of your home even when you’re a hundred miles away.
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A smart thermostat is a thermostat that can be controlled with a phone, tablet, smart speaker, or other internet-connected device. Smart thermostats typically allow you to schedule your desired temperature settings, and you can also incorporate them into home automation systems.
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You can put the smart home to work to help you care for your pet and lend a hand with things like making sure Fido is fed on time, knowing when your puppy has escaped, keeping tabs on your cat's activity level, and making sure everyone's entertained when you're away.
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A smart refrigerator is one that's connected to the cloud. Depending on the features built into the fridge, it lets you do such things as use your smartphone to see what's inside; send and receive notes and calendar entries that will appear on the fridge's screen; and even get alerts if the refrigerator's door is left open.
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A robot vacuum cleaner is smart when it has the ability to connect to WiFi or has its own internet source. This means that you can connect via an app to your mobile phone. Through this app you get information about the progress of the cleaning process. Now, smart robot vacuum cleaners also differ again. In general, the more advanced the model, the more you can set or control via the app.
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Smart washing machines are appliances that can connect to your household wi-fi network in the same way that other devices do, such as tablets and smartphones. You can then set your washing machine remotely using an app on your phone or tablet, or via Alexa or Google Assistant.
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A smart assistant – also known as a virtual assistant – is a form of software installed in a smart device (such as a smart speaker or a smart phone) that can perform tasks or services, or answer questions. They're essentially the link between us and smart technology software and are essential for controlling smart plugs, smart thermostats and similar devices.
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Smart lighting is an advanced way to light your home. Smart LED bulbs contain software that connects to an app, smart home assistant, or other smart accessory so you can automate your lights or control them remotely, eliminating the need for traditional wall switches.
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Smart plumbing can track your daily water usage and patterns, and when it tracks water usage that looks out of the ordinary, which could be a leak or a broken toilet, it can alert you on your phone right away.
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Smart sprinklers let you turn your sprinklers on and off remotely, through an app. The app also helps you schedule when your sprinklers water your lawn, and for how long. Some even use daily weather reports to adjust when the sprinklers turn on, and how much water is required for that particular day.
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A smart robotic lawn mower is an autonomous robot used to cut lawn grass. A typical robotic lawn mower requires the user to set up a border wire around the lawn that defines the area to be mowed. The robot uses this wire to locate the boundary of the area to be trimmed and in some cases to locate a recharging dock. Robotic mowers are capable of maintaining up to 7 acres of grass.
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