Advancements that are closer to home have transformational potential, too. From outdoor cameras to indoor lights, connected devices give us more control than ever over our homes. The smart home technology is not only making our lives easier but also sustainable for the future too. Here’s a look at smart home technology tools which makes your life easier.
Are you worried about the creeps sneaking in your home or your pet outside? To solve this problem an outdoor Wifi will help. Install a security camera with the connection to Wifi so that you can be aware of each and every activity happening outside your house every minute. It can help to call the cops when the burglary is in progress, rather than hours or days after the fact.
Motion -Sensing Lights
The motion-sensing feature on most lights is a passive system that detects infrared energy. These sensors are therefore known as PIR detectors. In order to make a sensor that can detect a human being, you need to make the sensor sensitive to the temperature of a human body. Humans, having a skin temperature of about 93 degrees F, radiate infrared energy with a wavelength between 9 and 10 micrometers. Therefore, the sensors are typically sensitive in the range of 8 to 12 micrometers.
WiFi-connected video doorbells let you see and speak with doorstep supplicants without first opening your front door. Video doorbells have smartphone apps with real-time streaming capabilities, so you can see who’s sneaking out your front yard when you’re not home too.
Smart Indoor Lights
With smart indoor lights, wall-groping is a thing of the past. Smart lights double as a low-key security feature, too — using the smartphone app, you can turn lights on or off at will to make it look like you’re at home, no matter how far away you happen to be.