Logitech has announced four new integration partners for its Harmony Home Control platform: August Smart Locks, LIFX Wi-Fi lighting, Ecobee thermostats, and Insteon’s wide range of smart home products. We recently reviewed the Harmony Home Control System, which can control a variety of AV devices in your home theater but is also compatible with smart home devices. The new integration partners join a list that already includes Nest, Honeywell, Lutron, and Philips.
From The Logitech Blog
We’re proud to celebrate the continued expansion of our smart home compatibilities with the integration of four great new partners into the Harmony ecosystem, and we hope you’re excited about the new possibilities coming your way. Now, homes with Harmony can control even more devices and create brand new Activities combining smart home devices in unique ways.
First, our integration with the August Smart Lock is now available. The Smart Lock provides intelligent, secure access to your home that lets you control who can enter without the need for keys or codes, and see a log of who has entered and exited all from your smartphone.
LIFX. The brightest, most efficient and versatile Wi-Fi enabled LED smart lights. Personalise your environment with 16 million colors and warm to cool whites, all from a single light bulb.
Next, we have Ecobee, a company that makes smart Wi-Fi thermostats with remote sensors for homes with many rooms. Their devices aim to maximize comfort and savings without compromising your lifestyle.
Finally, we have our integration with Insteon, a company that makes a wide range of products for controlling and monitoring your home. From wall switches and plug-in dimmers to light bulbs and ceiling fan controllers, all of Insteon’s devices connect through the Insteon Hub which is now available to control through your Harmony.
Compatible with all Harmony Hub based remotes, these join existing Harmony integrations with Philips hue, Nest, Honeywell and Lutron to enable a rich ecosystem of smart home control. This allows Harmony users to control even more of their home from one place.
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