Smart product connected to home appliances and lighting

Jan 6, 2020 2:04AM PST

I'm steave and was surfing around the web, I reached to few websites they were offering some smart products, like wet alarm, wifi lighting controls, I just would like to know how effective these products are, and at what mechanism they work, are they consume less energy and cost effective, let me share some websites I found.

1 more question this kind of product are available for some industrial products like LED high bay

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When you find companies that do not answer your questions.
Jan 6, 2020 7:35AM PST


At another office our lighting engineer found the right stuff via their own channels and from It turns out that the makers are moving from distributors to direct sales via and Ebay.

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Thanks you for your response
Jan 23, 2020 3:00AM PST

Just would like to mention, I didn't ask any question with them, although they offer a chat option.

But you just mention don't buy with them, didn't answer my actual question about the product

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Jan 21, 2020 7:19AM PST

I Agree with R. Proffitt. If a company does not reply to any of your inquiries, LEAVE THEM. What I usually do is do a quick search, read reviews about the company then try to contact them.

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