This month on 9to5Rewards, FIBARO is giving away a complete HomeKit package to turn your house into a Siri-controlled smart home. Head below to enter for your chance to win. Our Rewards bundle includes The Button, FIBARO’s newest HomeKit-compatible micro-sized hardware switch. Take a look at FIBARO’s latest HomeKit line up and the four essentials we’ve packaged including its Flood Sensor, Motion Sensor, and Door/Window Sensor (a total value of $250+ USD):
The Button [Amazon] This small-scale HomeKit assignable button gives you the power to control multiple devices and run scenes. A convenient, physical hardware switch for anything you have set up in HomeKit. Released initially in white, black and red, other options are arriving shortly.
Flood Sensor [Amazon/Apple] The FIBARO Flood Sensor system doubles as a water and temperature sensor that will immediately inform you about any attempted tampering or detected leaks by sending a notification to your devices. With the temperature sensor, use FIBARO, Siri, HomeKit mobile apps to trigger other accessories and Scenes based on the temperature of a specific room.
Motion Sensor [Amazon] This 2″ wireless motion detector assesses temperature and light levels, offering a full motion detection solution with color to indicate any changes in temperature. Users can also program the Motion Sensor to trigger other HomeKit scenes according to temperature or light level.
Door/Window Sensor [Amazon] The FIBARO Door/Window sensor serves multiple purposes – a contact sensor, tamper protection, temperature sensor, and the ability to activate HomeKit scenes and other products. It’s currently available in white to match almost all window and door frames.
Your chance to win FIBARO’s HomeKit bundle on 9to5 ends April 16th, so make sure to let your friends and family know before then by retweeting and sharing.
HOW TO ENTER?
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