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An ecosystem of mini-objects

ARCHOS Smart Home Connected Objects are miniaturized, wire free and discreet to blend easily into your home environment. With up to 1 year of battery life, they don't need any complicated installation; so no holes to drill and no screws to attach. They all communicate wirelessly with the tablet through Bluetooth® Smart.
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ARCHOS Smart Home - An ecosystem of mini-objects
ARCHOS Smart Home - The Connected Home, simplified.

The Connected Home, simplified.

The ARCHOS Smart Home lets you monitor your home wherever, whenever on your smartphone or tablet with the ARCHOS Smart Home App. The Smart Home Tablet easily manages and links multiple miniaturized wireless objects around your home for simplified home information and automation.
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Your Home, controlled from anywhere

So you and your family can control and get notified on events in your home from anywhere, the free ARCHOS Smart Home application can be installed on any Android or iOS smartphone or tablet.
ARCHOS Smart Home - Your Home, controlled from anywhere
ARCHOS Smart Home - Automation for an easier life

Automation for an easier life

Connected objects are best when working together as a team; detecting an event and causing another object to activate, or send an email or alert to your smartphone. The powerful and easy-to-use Scenarios tool will let you make your connected home your own.
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The Smart Home Tablet – a Hub for your objects

The integrated screen on the Android powered Smart Home Tablet means that controlling your home is possible even without a smartphone. The power of Android gives additional possibilities like media sharing and photoframe functions.
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ARCHOS Smart Home - The Smart Home Tablet – a Hub for your objects
ARCHOS Smart Home - Objects working as a team to automate your home

Objects working as a team to automate your home

Objects on their own simply give information on your home, but when working together as a team the detectors and actioners of the Smart Home system offer unlimited possibilities.
Automatically send emails and notifications to your smartphone to let you know when certain events occur, or tie everything together for home automation.

Easy-to-use scenarios editor

The easy-to-use scenarios editor comes preloaded with simple scenarios to link your objects together. With personalization and amazing flexibility, creating a scenario that matches your home and your family is easy.
ARCHOS Smart Home - Easy-to-use scenarios editor

Creating a scenario is a simple 3 step process:

 

 

1.Detect a change in your home environment
ARCHOS Smart Home - A presence A presence
ARCHOS Smart Home - An open or closed door or window An open or closed door or window
ARCHOS Smart Home - A specific temperature or humidity level A specific temperature or humidity level
2.Make a change to your home
ARCHOS Smart Home - Take a picture or short video Take a picture or short video
ARCHOS Smart Home - Switch on a light or electronic device Switch on a light or electronic device
ARCHOS Smart Home - Send a notification to a smartphone or tablet with the Smart Home app installed Send a notification to a smartphone or tablet with the Smart Home app installed
ARCHOS Smart Home - Send an email to a specific address Send an email to a specific address

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Example Scenarios:


Get an email and a picture when someone comes to the front door

Know if you need leave home earlier to de-ice the car.

Switch the hall light on when you open the hallway door during the night, automatically switch off after 5 min.
 
 


$359.00   $299.00

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 19 October, 2014.
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