Reduce Touchpoints around the house with Smart Home Tech

This year there has been such a huge (and important) emphasis on keeping your surroundings clean and sanitized, and while you may automatically look to high touchpoint places like the fridge or your countertops, another one of those high touchpoint areas are your light switches.

What is a high touchpoint area?

Spaces in your home that are constantly being touched and often forgotten during day-to-day cleaning. These are areas you are most likely to pick up germs like light switches, remote controls, faucets, and mobile phones.

How do you do it?

When you pair an Inovelli Switch or Bulb with an Inovelli 4 in 1 Sensor you can customize your settings to turn on your lights when you enter the room. No need to touch the switch anymore! Additionally, lights will shut off when you set a timer or when the sensor “senses” inactivity, saving you money on those lights that always get left on.

Want an alternative?

Read here about how to set scenes to control multiple devices all from one switch, reducing all other touchpoints down to one! 

Learn how to setup this automation by choosing your products and hub below!

Inovelli Switch and 4 in 1 Sensor

SmartThings

Hubitat

Home Assistant

HomeSeer

Inovelli Bulb and 4 in 1 Sensor

SmartThings

Hubitat

Home Assistant

HomeSeer

by Brianna May 4th 2020

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