Looking to transform your home into a Smart Home?
Before you purchase your smart home devices, ensure that you select a standard that is interoperable with several manufacturers and that will not interfere with your Wi-Fi devices.
Which smart home automation standard should I choose?
We recommend utilizing the Z-Wave or Z-Wave Plus standards. These standards force manufacturers to adhere to strict regulations to ensure that devices are interoperable and compatible with devices from other manufacturers.
How much can I expect these products to cost?
Building a smart home doesn’t have to cost a fortune. For cost-effective options, browse through our home automation portfolio!
How do Smart Home Devices receive power?
Select home automation devices will have the capacity of utilizing Power over Ethernet (PoE) to receive power. When purchasing a PoE device, ensure that its power source equipment allows for enough power. But many of these devices will quite simply connect to traditional power outlets.
Are there other types of Smart Home Devices?
To learn more about the different home automation applications, click here to view our infographic segmenting the different types of home automation devices.
The following infographic will familiarize you with common home accessories that the smart home of the future might include.