What are Smart Home Devices?

What are Smart Home Devices?

If you’re like us, you’re always looking for ways to make your life a little easier. And what could be easier than automating some of your household tasks using connected home devices and your smartphone.

Smart Home Devices are powered devices that are connected to the internet that can be controlled by your smart device via an downloadable app. This means you'll be able to turn these devices from anywhere you have internet. 


Modern Home Lighting Smart Device

Our Crest Smart Power Adaptors are an entry point for anyone interested in trying out a connected home device. They’re affordable, they’re simple to install, and they perform a function that’s easy to grasp, toggling power on and off remotely.

They connect with your smartphone using the Crest Smart App and then to your home 2.4GHz Wi-Fi internet connection. Once set up, you’ll have access to the following functions:

  • Manually turning off and on the power adaptor
  • A timer setting to turn it off or on when needed
  • Power monitoring function so you can see how much power your appliances use.

 Crest Smart Devices

Next on the list is our Crest Smart Lights. The Smart Strip Light is 2 metres long, USB powered and features RGB LEDs. It simply connects to the Crest Smart app on your smart device, and once set up; it’s are fully customisable with over 16 million colours to make any room pop with colour.

Fit it to the back of your TV to improve mood lighting for movie night, fit around your desk to give a modern look or make it part of a picture frame to light it up anytime. The possibilities are endless.

 Smart LightingCrest Smart Home devices are also compatible with Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant. So, you’ll be able to turn on the devices just using one of these voice-activated services. You can also control these smart devices when you’re not even home as long as you have an internet connection.

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