If you are interested in adding a home automation system to apartment or household you might be interested in a new platform which has been created by eztechs based in San Diego California.
The ezcontrol home automation system has been designed to provide a single small unobtrusive controller which is capable of managing a number of different applications and can be fully controlled using the smartphone companion application.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about its inspiration design and features. Its creators explain more via their Kickstarter campaign which is looking to raise $10,000 over the next 60 days :
Ezcontrol is a centralized unit that lets you control virtually every electrical device you have in your home — all from your smartphone. From your table lamp, to your garage door, to your AC, ezcontrol gives you the power to control all your devices whenever you want it, wherever you are. Most devices in your home are controlled by two connecting technologies:
1) Infrared, like your TV´s, cable boxes, and receivers and 2) RF items such as your garage door or roller blinds. Taking advantage of these already existing connections, we created a control unit that understands and controls your devices through technologies they already use. One control, one app, that simple.
So why’s it different? Most home automation units use a connecting technology that requires you to utilize some kind of adapter in order to use your existing devices. With ezcontrol you can use devices you already have in your home, and remove the hassle and expense of unnecessary adaptors or replacing your devices.
For more information on the new ezcontrol home automation system jump over to the Kickstarter website for details. If you are thinking of setting up a home automation system you might be interested in our Home Automation Hubs and Systems Guide.
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