Fibaro introduces HomeKit compatible entry products in Taiwan

Fibaro introduces HomeKit compatible entry products in Taiwan
FLH, the general distributor of Fibaro in Taiwan, has newly introduced the Apple HomeKit compatibility for DIY entry-level consumer market, broadening its implementation in Asian connected homes.

Apart from previous project-based installations in Taiwan, Fibaro further strengthens its presence in entry-level consumer market with the launch of Motion Sensor, Single Switch, Flood Sensor, and Door/Window Sensor, along with Button and CO Sensor launching in second quarter this year.

The Motion Sensor, which detects motion, temperature, light, and vibration, can activate other connected devices such as lighting or alarm siren at home to notify homeowners unusual situation; the Flood Sensor, CO Sensor and Door/Window Sensor can also provide users instant alerts while events occurred; the Button can activate up to six different scenarios at home in clicks; and the Single Switch offers handy control of all lighting in the same circuit.

Users in Taiwan are now able to control Fibaro devices via natural voice commands to Siri, including multiple security sensors, and connected lighting. With the compatible Fibaro app, whole home control is within clicks. End users who are interested in Fibaro smart home devices will be able to experience live device manipulation in seven locations nationwide in Taiwan. Professional smart home instructions are also provided by FLH.

According to Tailung Fu, Technical and System Design Department Manager of FLH, smart home installation in Taiwanese homes and properties are seeing a promising future. End users at home, constructors as well as interior designers are showing great interests in smart home solutions. “With the high compatibility of Fibaro products, we are excited to see a growing smart home implementation in Taiwan. For people who have specific demand for home security or management, FLH experts are willing to offer our knowledge of smart home, providing users a better home experience with simple controls.”

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