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An 'all-in-one' smart device on your wall

Lights

Screensaver

Timers

Weather

Forecasts

Security

Energy monitoring

Settings

The app

Intercom

Shutter

The cam

Center of your smart home

The NuBryte Touchpoint replaces your lightswitch with a touch panel full of features. The single-panel version costs $250. The $260 version of NuBryte replaces a two-switch panel.

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When you approach, the infrared presence sensor turns on the screen and lets you control the lights.

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The screensaver shows the time. You can also customize it to show photos.

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NuBryte has a timer and alarm clock.

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It'll show you the current temperature both indoors by the switch and outside.

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You can even see the week's weather forecast.

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Hit the alarm button on the right, and you'll have a grace period to leave before the motion sensor activates.

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Finally, you can use NuBryte to monitor the energy of your lights.

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The settings panel lets you customize the screen brightness and the names of your lights among other things.

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You can also control NuBryte via its iOS and Android app. Here's the app's lighting panel, home page and preset modes.

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If you have multiple NuBrytes, you can use the camera and microphone as an intercom.

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If you want privacy, flip the shutter.

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Otherwise, the camera will record video should an alarm sound in security mode.

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NuBryte brings lighting controls, security, a calendar, and energy monitoring to an easy-to-use touchscreen.

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