Owl Wired - An all-in-one Apple Home, Hey Google & iFTTT smoke alarm

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Owl Home Inc.

Owl Wired

$159.00 USD $179.00 USD

Owl Wired is a comprehensive home safety system, combining smoke, carbon monoxide, motion, sound, temperature, and humidity detectors with Apple Home, Hey Google and iFTTT support. With advanced detection features, you can be assured of reliable and accurate monitoring for your home.

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Technical Specifications:
  • 802.11n (2.4 GHz), up to 150 Mbps WiFi
  • 1000 mAh 3.7V Internal Lithium battery
  • 85 ~ 305 VAC, 120 ~ 430 VDC Input Voltage
  • 6 Multi-color LED Ring
  • Meets UL-268 and ULC-531 standards
  • Buzzer with 89dB SPL @ 3m
  • Dimensions: 12cm x 12cm x 4cm
  • Weight: 1.26lb
  • Apple Home

    Apple Home Support

    HomeKit is Apple's home automation platform for controlling smart home products with iOS apps and Siri voice commands. Owl Sensors will support HomeKit out of the box.

    Hey Google & IFTTT

    Part of our philosophy at Owl is to design our devices for easy integration with partner products in order to benefit our users. IFTTT is one of several software platforms that connects apps, devices and services from different manufacturers and developers. It enables users to trigger convenient, cross-device sequences. Owl will support multiple automation services including IFTTT, Hey Google.

    Google Assistant


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    The sleek, circular detector (coming in a classic white color or a modern black shade) looks just like your average smoke detector and is easily installed by mounting on your wall.

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    Owl Wired supports Apple's HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and the IFTTT software platform. There are six multi-color LEDs on the front, which can visually notify a homeowner of a hazard.