Grid Connect has been offering various sensors for over five years now. These products were well received, but the customers have continually asked for something that is more affordable and more diverse. Because they realized that sensors are useful in all homes and businesses, if they make them accessible and just a little bit easier to use.
While combining the cloud with battery-powered sensors and WiFi, they have created the ability for us to monitor our homes and businesses. Simple to use rules and reliable notifications ensure that we know exactly what is going on and when our attention is needed.
What started as a small idea has grown over the years into something that is truly special and unlike any of their other products. Introducing the ConnectSense Smart Outlet!
The Smart Outlet will help you control and monitor the power usage in your home, even if you aren’t home. With the touch of a button or Siri voice control, the Apple HomeKit-enable Smart Outlet gives you command over your home. Because this technology provides an easy and secure way to enable all of your Apple accessories.
You can create the scenes that you need to make your life easier. For example, you can create a scene that automatically turns off your lights, locks your doors, closes the garage and adjusts your thermostat IN JUST ONE STEP!
Easy Setup – Installation is simple and convenient. Simply connect, configure and control all of your plug-in devices with the ConnectSense app.
USB Charging Port – supports rapid charging for iPhone 6, iPhone 6+, and iPads, while freeing up an outlet and combining all of those chargers.
WiFi Connectivity – Unlike other smart plugs that may require other gateways or hubs, the Smart Outlet works with Wifi in your home.
Two Outlets – Each WiFi enabled electrical outlet can be controlled and monitored together or separately.
Now you can monitor and keep your home safe even when you aren’t there. Just in time for the holidays. For the hard to buy person on your Christmas list.
“The Smart Outlet fits over any existing, standard North American electrical outlet. Its two Internet-connected electrical sockets enable users to automate everyday plug-in devices, such as lights, fans and holiday decorations.“