Control and Monitor your Home from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
Controlling a dimmable lamp with the Insteon Hub
Control your Home
You can’t walk through your local grocery store without tripping over connected home products; home automation is quickly becoming the next big thing. Fortunately, controlling your lights from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch has never been easier. With the right app and devices like connected LED bulbs and smart light switches, you’ll be off and be running before you know it.
The Hub serves as the gateway between your lights, doors and windows and your smartphone, letting you configure, control and monitor your home from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
The two Dimmer Modules included in the Stater Kit connect to your existing lamps and give you remote control and dimming capabilities.
The Advantage of Automation
Set schedules to automatically turn lights on and off
Use sensors to automatically trigger lights with motion, doors and more
Control multiple lights simultaneously from a single button with powerful scene
Start Expanding Your System
Controlling a dimmable keypad and adjusting the temperature with the Insteon Hub
Expand your Control Even Further
But home automation is more than just lighting control; there are nearly limitless possibilities for your control options. Everything from major appliances like your water heater to minuscule things like your child’s nightlight can be controlled.
Monitor electricity usage, configure alerts when appliances turn on and off or just remotely control them
Monitoring sensors and viewing a WiFi Camera with the Insteon Hub
Monitor your Home
Your home is the center of your life. But despite your best efforts, you can’t keep tabs on everything happening every moment of the day. With sensors spread throughout your home, you’re never more than a glance away from security and peace of mind; put your home at your fingertips with smartphone monitoring.
Creating a scene and setting a schedule with the Insteon Hub
Automate your Home
Chances are, you’re already using devices around your house that help automate different tasks. Your dishwasher has long since taken over cleaning up after dinner. Your pool pump helps clean your backyard’s deep blue sea. With home automation, you can extend your home’s automatic capabilities even further.
Set schedules to turn lights and devices on and off automatically.
Add sensors to closets and pantries to automate lights.
Automatically shut off water in the event of a water leak