How to set smart smoke detectors up and take them offline
Posted On July 1, 2021
smart smoke alarm technology is in a frenzy.
Many smart devices use a smartphone or tablet to detect a chemical signal from a nearby smoke detector.
However, most smart smoke alarms have a battery that can be recharged and can be used for hours without needing to be plugged in.
To get around this, smart smoke detection devices are being built.
They use a special type of plastic that has the ability to store the signal of a smoke detector, so it can be stored away from the device.
Smart smoke detectors are being manufactured at a variety of companies, including Nest Labs and Honeywell.
Nest Labs, for example, has built a smart smoke box that uses a sensor in the door and can monitor the smoke from a room, so if someone knocks on the door, it will alert the user if it’s safe to enter.
Honeywell has a smoke sensor that will notify a user if they’ve made a mistake, so the device will alert them when the door is open or if someone is sneaking into the home.
In the video above, Nest Labs’ chief product officer, Jeff Schuett, explains how these smart smoke devices work, and how they can be set up and controlled remotely.
If you’re interested in getting a smart device that can track the smoke of a room in your home, check out the video below.
You’ll find the Nest Smoke Box on sale for $149.99 on Amazon and Walmart.
The Honeywell Smart Smoke Box can be yours for just $169.99.
These smart smoke boxes can be controlled remotely by a smartphone.
You’ll need an Android smartphone to control the smart smoke, but you can also install an app that will connect to the Nest smart smoke and give you instructions on how to set it up.
When you’re ready to start using your smart smoke in your kitchen, check the video out above for more tips on how you can use your smart device to monitor your home.