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  • Solution | IFREEQ Smart Home

    Home Security Solutions The security solution covers hardware, software, platforms and end-to-end algorithm systems, providing outstanding performance and comfortably responding to different types of security application scenarios. ​ The product uses high-performance hardware with cutting-edge computing capabilities, high sensitivity and fast response. Low power consumption and low cost are implemented through built-in Wi-Fi, Zigbee and BLE low-power consumption wireless modules, allowing easy interconnection with home security networks and security systems. Strong Performance | | | | | Electric Lighting Kitchen Electric Home Appliance Home Security Health Platform & Services Tuya Smart IoT Platform comprises embedded network modules to make lighting and switches, sensors and plugs, or cameras and appliances seamlessly connect to the IoT, tailored app development, and the world’s fastest cloud service spanning every continent. Universal Connectivity ​ Tuya’s embedded modules add Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, or GPRS wireless IoT connectivity to any device. ​ 30,000+ smart device designs​ From electrical plugs and switches to surveillance and large appliances Flexible App Solutions ​ Use our standard App out of the box or customize your own version for your customers. ​ ​ 1 Day Custom App Development 1 Week Prototype Testing 1 Month or 2 Weeks Mass Production Ready Globally Deployed Smart Cloud ​ Supports connected products all over the world and millions of users simultaneously. ​ ​ 190+ Countries 50 billion Daily Device Requests 18 ms Average Response Time Globally Applicable A Globally Smart Cloud ​ Plug and play through global cloud deployment, best in response time. Tuya Smart’s proprietary system has developed its solutions to 200 countries and regions. Rapid Development ​ 10 minutes for App development , 1 day to get your prototype and mass production ready in 15 days. Low Development Cost ​ Embedded modules with International certifications for bulk purchase; Integrated development of the device, cloud and end user interface saves costs greatly. Flexible OEM Services ​ Customize the product to meet the needs for different brands. Generating App easily and automatically improves the innovation of the product. Embedded Modules Modules powered by Tuya support mainstream protocols on global market such as Wi-Fi, Zigbee and Bluetooth. Embedded program will be generated for you based on your chosen functions. TYBT1 Bluetooth Module ​ Powered by Tuya / Low-power consumption ​ Recommend for :MCU, Socket, Switch, Light Size:15×17.3×3mm TYBT2 Bluetooth Module ​ Powered by Tuya / Low-power consumption ​ Recommend for : Normal temperature, Home Appliance Size: 15×16.5×3mm TYBT4 Bluetooth Module ​ Powered by Tuya / Low-power consumption ​ Recommendec for : Home Appliance, Socket, Switch, Light Size: 15×15.2×3mm Independently developed, safe and reliable with ultra-low power consumption, applicable for smart appliances, smart home, surveillance equipment and so on.The above three modules are certified by Bluetooth SIG. Compatible Platforms

  • History | IFREEQ Smart Home

    About IFREEQ IFREEQ History History Culture Quality Sales Map IFREEQ Co.,Ltd is a Chinese home automation company founded in 2015. Mainly provide electric, home security products and services.The company makes a hub(also called "gateway" or"smart controller"), cloud platform, and mobile App(called 'Q smart') for smart home and the consumer of IoT. ​ The idea for IFREEQ was conceived by the founder Jason Zhang in the 2015 when his friend mentioned 'wireless switch' with him. Mr. Zhang noted that the smart products for home use have big market requirements. ​ In August 2015, IFREEQ makes the smart plug, it covers US, EU, UK standard. Popular over Europe and The United States. ​ IFREEQ began developing its Wi-Fi smart switches in March 2016, and got good feedback during Global source exhibition in Hong Kong. ​ In 2017, IFREEQ made the Zigbee hub for smart switches, detectors. It increased the number of connections of smart devices. ​ In 2018, IFREEQ made the GSM+Wi-Fi home use alarm system, it can link with kinds of detectors like gas detector, water detector, temperature and humidity sensor. ​ In 2019, IFREEQ introduced Zigbee3.0 products. ​ ​ Visit for more information: Cooperation Introduction https://www.ifreeq.com/about/corporate-introduction/ ​ ​

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    BRJ-319W Wi-Fi Smoke Alarm View Smart Home Switch Your Life Into Smart Living Explore > Security Series Building a Security World Explore > X704U 4gang Smart Switch Learn more > ZMAi-90 Smart Electric Meter Learn more > JM-WGD01 Garage Door Opener Controller Learn more > TY-10GDT Wi-Fi +GSM Alarm Kit Learn more >

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  • Tuya Smart Makes its Presence in Light+Building; Smart Lighting Solution Enjoys a Popularity Boom

    On March 18th, 2018, Tuya Smart made its appearance in the Light+Building in Frankfurt, Germany. At Light+Building, a leading trade fair of the industry, there were over 2,600 exhibitors and more than 210,000 visitors coming from outside Germany. The highlight of the trade fair this year was the current design trends in the lighting market, exhibitors' edge-cutting inventions and expertise. Tuya Smart is a global intelligent platform that provides an array of smart lighting solutions for traditional lighting companies. The smart lighting products enabled by Tuya and displayed at the fair in Frankfurt include smart light whose brightness, color and temperature are adjustable, and Bluetooth mesh light matrix on which consumers can play the snake game. The three features of smart lighting, namely voice control, automation and scenario selection are also presented. The smart lighting solution for Tuya can use a variety of networking modes, including WiFi, bluetooth, bluetooth mesh, ZigBee, and so on. For example, the facial recognition function enabled by Tuya for AI camera allows users to turn on the light with their faces, directly control the speaker on the table, and adjust the color and brightness of the smart light in the room at will. When the user is out of the monitoring scope of the camera for a long time, the camera will identify that the house owner has left, and the light will get dimmer, and finally turned off. Apart from being able to understand instructions, smart lights can also interact with other intelligent devices. In Tuya's Smart Home solution, there is a smart mattress that is enabled to monitor the sleeping pattern of the user lying on the bed. Many senior citizens like to watch TV right before bed. So it is commonly seen that when the elderly is sleeping, the light and TV are still on. However, as old people tend to have a light sleep, light and noise can easily wake them up in the midnight, thus worsening their sleep quality. Thankfully, this problem can be solved by the interaction between smart light and smart mattress. Once the sensor band notices that the senior has fallen asleep, it will dim the light slowly, turn down the TV gradually, and finally turn them off. In the era of intelligence, lights can do more than lighting. At night, they can help people fall asleep by getting dimmer, while in the morning, they can wake people up by getting brighter. Thanks to the Bluetooth mesh technology, the color and brightness of any of the light in the matrix can be changed as you like. Creating a marquee display is a piece of cake. Users can play the snake game and Pac-Man on the light matrix, and even can make their drawing room as fancy as a night club by pre-setting color scenarios. Smart lighting is only one out of the wide spectrum of solutions on Tuya's global intelligent platform. The company is working on smart solutions ranging from home appliances, big and small, to power accessories, lighting, and surveillance equipment etc. to make conventional products smarter in an efficient and easy-to-use way. Tuya Smart is serving over 10,000 clients in nearly 200 countries and regions worldwide, assisting them in upgrading some 11,000 smart products from 36 categories including household appliances, smart kitchen, environmental protection, health and security camera. Tuya Smart realizes connectivity between products of various brands and has its footprint in every aspect of smart home. Intelligent technologies have paved the way for designing lights from a new perspective. The focus of innovating lighting technologies is being shifted to consumer's needs. Human Centric Lighting (HCL) is gaining its ground. In the future, Tuya's global intelligent platform will create smart lighting solutions for more lighting companies around the world, and strive for the development and maturity of global smart lighting market. (Original link: https://en.tuya.com/news-details/0000000021 )

  • Tuya Smart Leads The Conference IOT Without Borders

    SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Tuya Smart led the Global Intelligient Conference & 2017 Tuya Smart Service & Platform Strategic Upgrading in Shenzhen. The conference, also named "IOT without borders" invited thousands of global brands and partners as well as relevant associations and governments, discussing topics like AI, Big Data and cloud computing. Tuya Smart was established in 2014, the founding team came from AliCloud. It has become a global IoT platform that provides Wi-Fi module, Cloud Service and App Development. The manufacturers are only required to put the Wi-Fi module into their hardware products. At present, Tuya Smart has accumulated services of more than 2,000 manufacturing enterprises, helping the manufacturing industry move forward through six continents and 165 countries. The cloud platform has over 300 million daily interactions. Moreover, Tuya Smart has created over 10 billion GMVs for customers as we have helped traditional manufactures step into a new retail. Tuya Smart issued the following programs at this conference: Smart Business Free Program Tuya Smart opens its API/SDK and standard APP free of charge to the public, targeting to help 100,000 manufacturing enterprises to achieve product intelligence. AI PLUS Generate more AI solutions with Tuya Smart's AI platform Global IoT OmniChannel Open up the channel between first-rate international brands and e-commerce by major platforms, both at home and abroad Smart Business Academy Associate with Hangzhou Dianzi University, training 10,000+ technical talents and senior managers for IOT industry, issuing white paper, trend analysis and management consulting reports regularly. AI Capital Alliance Connect capital for the smart manufacturing industry (Original link: https://en.tuya.com/news-details/000000001u)

  • 6 Keys to Choosing Between Wi-Fi or a Hub for Connecting Your Devices

    If you want to make your home smarter, the first step is to choose a platform for connecting your smart devices. The choices are simple, but the decision may not be. The simplest and least expensive approach is to use Wi-Fi, a point-to-point wireless technology that consists of a router connected directly to a modem, along with a series of satellite nodes or modules placed around your home to provide complete coverage. The router shares data and enables all the devices on your network to communicate with each other, typically using a 2.4 GHz radio frequency (5 GHz for older routers). You are probably already using Wi-Fi to provide access to the internet and streaming television. The other option is to set up a hub to control your devices. For those who choose this option, Z-Wave and Zigbee are the dominant protocols and control most of the market. Both Z-Wave and Zigbee operate as mesh networks in which all nodes are interconnected and work together to route data efficiently. Mesh networks self-configure, distributing workloads dynamically. Their greatest advantage is that as you add more devices, your connection actually becomes stronger. Range and Compatibility For most people, Wi-Fi is sufficient. You can add devices to what you already have at a low cost without buying any additional equipment. However, if you want a truly smart ecosystem that can control your home’s temperature, lighting, security, audio, video and more, a hub may be necessary. While Wi-Fi can connect, at most, a dozen or so devices into a network, Z-Wave and Zigbee can each connect more devices than you’re likely to ever need. Zigbee can handle as many as 65,000 nodes, while Z-Wave can handle 232 nodes. A node is a connecting point (or “touch point,” since it’s wireless). Connections to smart devices, bridges, and switches are all nodes, so the number of nodes needed can add up. Z-Wave and Zigbee have limitations, however. If you choose Zigbee, there are significant range limits. For Zigbee to function, all devices must be within a range of about 35 feet. Z-Wave has a range of 100 meters (over 300 feet), while Wi-Fi’s range is about 150 feet (although range extenders can increase that number significantly). In addition, when Z-Wave or Zigbee is used, all devices in your network must be compatible with your chosen platform. Wi-Fi is a communication standard. It’s based on technology that is continuously improving. Companies throughout the industry are constantly introducing new products designed for WiFi use. Z-Wave is an open protocol created by Zensys, purchase by Sigma Designs in 2018, and now owned by Silicon Labs. Z-Wave offers both forward and backward compatibility, meaning that it’s compatible with all Z-Wave devices, including those no longer on the market. Silicon Labs plans to keep Z-Wave compatible with products that have not been launched yet by Z-Wave Alliance members – ie. Z-Wave will always be backward and forward compatible with any Z-Wave product in the future. All Z-Wave devices must pass technical and market certification before they receive the certified stamp of approval. All certified devices feature the Z-Wave logo on their box, letting the consumer know the device in question will work with their Z-Wave smart home hub and other Z-Wave devices in their smart home network. Currently, the Z-Wave Alliance consists of over 700 companies, many of which develop Z-Wave products specifically for home automation. Other companies make products that are compatible with Z-Wave, but your choices for home automation will be limited to those products. Zigbee compliance is more limited, as all devices must be certified compliant by the Zigbee Alliance, an association that includes promoters (e.g., Amazon and Comcast); participants, who are developing compliant products; and adopters, who receive access to Zigbee standards and specifications. Gaining certification from a standardization board is an added expense and takes time, so some manufacturers avoid it. It’s possible to connect devices that are not compatible to your hub but doing so will require additional hardware and working around the compatibility issue can be difficult and frustrating. Connectivity A hub provides a common connection point for all devices in a network. It’s a central location for monitoring and managing all your electronic devices, so you can check and adjust everything according to your needs. A hub can provide total control, while the ability for your devices in a Wi-Fi system to communicate with each other is limited. Specific instances may not make much difference; it shouldn’t matter whether your smart garage door opener can communicate with your smart audio system, for example. But the ability for all devices to communicate with each other can be advantageous. Cost Cost is an important factor to consumers when deciding on a protocol to run and control their smart home. With Wi-Fi, everything runs through your router, so there’s no need to buy a separate hub or any other equipment. A hub can be relatively inexpensive, typically costing $50 to $150 (although the more functionality you’re looking for, the more you’re going to pay). You may have to purchase a higher quality router than the one provided by your internet service provider. In addition, Wi-Fi uses more power than either Z-Wave or Zigbee. All devices in your Wi-Fi network will need an ongoing supply of power or strong batteries (although many manufacturers of Wi-Fi devices have put growing emphasis on increasing battery life). Z-Wave is a low-power technology and Zigbee uses even less power. Both will use less power than Wi-Fi, and your batteries will generally last longer. Speed The more devices you connect to your Wi-Fi router, the slower and more crowded your connection will become. Most devices send infrequent commands that use little bandwidth, but some activities require significant bandwidth and can slow your Wi-Fi down. Conversely, with a mesh network (like Z-Wave or Zigbee) the more devices you add, the stronger your connection becomes, which improves speed and reduces the latency of commands. Interference If you already have Wi-Fi, you can keep your network intact and create a separate hub for any new devices, but you’ll need to be certain that they don’t interfere with each other. Z-Wave and Wi-Fi operate on different frequencies, so your Z-Wave hub won’t affect your Wi-Fi network, regardless of how many devices you have on it. One advantage of Z-Wave is operation in the sub-gigahertz radio spectrum, which means your Z-Wave smart home devices will never interfere with your Wi-Fi devices. The Future WiFi, Z-Wave, and Zigbee are all well-established and continue to evolve. Wi-Fi has been available since 1997. Z-Wave was introduced in 2001 and has been continuously developed specifically for the residential smart home market. Zigbee became standardized in 2004. Analyst firm Gartner predicts that products and services based on the Internet of Things (IoT) will generate $300 billion revenue by 2020, with sales of 26 billion devices. Given that home automation is a rapidly growing market, it’s unlikely that Wi-Fi, Z-Wave, or Zigbee will become unavailable anytime soon. New protocols are being introduced, but they will have to have competitive advantages to capture significant market share. However, the IoT is still in its early stages and a significant breakthrough could produce a new market leader. So which protocol should you use? It’s up to the consumer but a good recommendation is to weigh the pros and cons of range, compatibility, speed, security, cost, connectivity, and possible interference as outlined above and decide which solution is right for you.

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