Consider this before buying your next smart device

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If you’re someone who is considering dabbling in smart home devices, there are a few things to consider so you get the most out of your money spent.

With spending on smart home services set to reach $100 billion in 2020, you can expect to be exposed to a lot more products and complexity on the market. While this will create a lot of choice, it also makes it more challenging to discern which products are of high quality, will last and will work easily with your existing smart products.

At Terawatt we make designing and implementing a smart home or building solution simple and future-proof.

We achieve this through our exclusive use of KNX technology. Referred to as “an integrated system used to streamline all the unique and complex components, such as home control and building management systems” – we like to keep it simple:

It’s the backbone, where the magic happens.

KNX is the standard for automation in most countries around the world and complements the products offered by many of the large players in the smart space. The beauty of this is that these different manufacturers can all work together, to the same standard and communication protocol.

KNX technology can centrally control devices in:

  • Lighting and shutter control
  • Security systems and alarms
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
  • Energy management
  • Water control
  • Household appliances
  • Audio and entertainment systems

… and so much more!

What this means is we can guarantee that any product that is KNX certified, can be fully integrated and work together as one simple system. Throw out all of the different instructions and apps and have one place to control them all! The ultimate definition of a smart home: Simple and connected.

Curious to know more?

Our team loves exploring what is possible for the spaces you live and work in. Talk to us today on 07 5370 4581 and find out from our extensive experience with KNX, what can work for you.

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