Ikea’s Smart Buttons And Motion Sensors Just Got Stronger With The Help Of HomeKit
Ikea has been introducing many in-house smart home devices. The first of the lot featured shortcut buttons and motion sensors. These devices now find support from the Apple device owners. This is solely due to the support they have received from the Apple HomeKit. The devices are sold for competitive prices when compared to other similar smart home devices. The idea of the shortcut button is that it is supposed to be scattered around the home as dedicated controllers for individual or groups of devices. They can assist in doing multiple things or act as a wireless switch for another smart home device. The shortcut button can be assigned operations in both the Ikea Home Smart and Apple Home apps with cumulative results. For example, a “Good Night” shortcut button defined in the Apple Home app will turn off all the lights around the house, close the smart curtains, and set an alarm on your smart clock – all at a click of one button.
Apple has provided the users with the flexibility of having multiple smart home devices to be controlled by the shortcut button. The motion sensor on the other hand helps users to install these small devices at places where they would not want to trip when there is no light. The device has a small light built-in which lights up when motion is sensed.
Ikea’s Motion Sensors and Shortcut Buttons are so inexpensive and useful that they’re easy to recommend, especially for homes with a mix of Ikea and Apple products already.
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