announced an updated version of the popular Aqara Cube T1 Pro controller.

It can turn on the light, adjust its brightness and temperature, control household appliances, curtains, locks, sockets, cameras individually or a group of devices at the same time, and also recognize different types of interaction with it.

Works in two modes (not simultaneously, can be switched in the application):

Mode of action. You can use the cube for specific actions, such as turning on the light, changing the brightness and temperature of the light, opening the curtains, etc. There are 6 options available: rotate 90°, rotate 180°, double tap, press, shake, rotate, trigger after one minute of inactivity.

For example, turning the cube 90° can dim the brightness of a smart lamp, turning it 180° will turn off the lights in the room, double-clicking will turn off all the lights in the apartment, shaking will turn on a smart socket with a connected heater, and turning the cube around its axis can activate the smart home alarm mode.

Scene mode. Use an alternative action. Designed to create pre-configured selectors that can include multiple actions at once.

This mode has 6 states, depending on which cube granule is on top. Each of these faces can be assigned actions: rotate, lift, hold, shake, trigger after one minute of inactivity.

Aqara Cube T1 Pro is compatible with Aqara devices, Apple Home and supports IFTTT. That is, you can control equipment from other manufacturers. It operates on a CR2450 battery (included) for up to two years using the Zigbee 3.0 protocol.

The new product costs 2490 rubles. It is already on sale. []

Source: Iphones RU

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