Orvibo Wi-Fi and ZigBee home automation solutions show trendy lifestyle

Orvibo Wi-Fi and ZigBee home automation solutions show trendy lifestyle
Shenzhen Orvibo Electronics started out making one of world’s first GSM smart sockets in 2011. Orvibo became the member of ZigBee Alliance in 2013 and have been actively involved in promoting ZigBee protocol and products. The company offers ZigBee home automation systems for whole-home systems as well as WiFi DIY solutions. 

About new product designs, Orvibo believes it’s a trend to support multiple connectivity standards at home. The company plans to release a new home gateway supporting ZigBee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth and WiFi to offer interoperable smart home systems.

Orvibo ZigBee home automation system contains lighting control, cinema control, window, window shades and garage door control, video monitoring cameras and alarm system.

Orvibo’s WiFi-enable DIY solution contains WiFi smart socket, WiFi Smart Switch, WiFi smart remote control and WiFi smart gas detector. The WiFi enabled Orvibo WiFi smart socket S20 connects home appliances and electronics devices to the Internet, allowing users to turn the smart devices on/off and set schedules from anywhere over WiFi, 2G, 3G or 4G network. Orvibo’s WiFi smart remote control Allone, operated on WiFi, 2G, 3G, 4G networks, lets home users to control IR home appliances by smartphones, supporting IR codes from the cloud servers. 

Kepler, successfully crowd-funded on the Kickstarter platform, is a smart gas detector that adopts Japan-made gas and CO sensors. The device, an ideal companion in the kitchen, monitor gas and CO status with grading alarms, and supports clock and timer functions. Adopted top-class gas sensor from Japan, Kepler is the one of the world’s first WiFi gas detectors designed to detect, monitor and alarm gas leak in the kitchen. With portable Kepler, users can view the gas concentration and receive alerts on their smartphones in real time, protecting your family from gas leak accident anytime. 

Its products are distributed to both domestic and overseas markets, such as Southeast Asia and the Middle East. About 90 percent of company’s sales revenue is generated from own-brand business. With a factory in Shenzhen, the company operates cloud servers in Hangzhou and Hong Kong, China. Seeing growing opportunities in the smart home market, the company predicts more than 100 percent of growth this year.  

The sales channels of its DIY products consist of online retail stores like Amazon, eBay, JD.com, Tmall as well as physical retail stores. The company also works with system integrators, installers, builders, upholsterer, and property developers. 

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