Anyware Smart Lamp Socket Adapter

Using Anyware smart lamp socket adapter, you not only turn your light bulb into a smart bulb, but also add other smart features in your house. Sounds cool? Let’s keep going.

Anyware Smart Lamp Socket Adapter

The Anyware is an innovative and advanced smart adapter that measures 38mm diameter by 49mm height. As we can see from the images, the smart adapter shows off a sleek and compact design, and it works E27 outer screw fitting/ E14 inner screw fitting and E26 outer screw fitting/ E12 inner screw fitting.

The smart lamp socket adapter comes equipped with built-in Bluetooth and WiFi connectivities, so it’s able to join your local network and wirelessly communicate with your smartphone in order that you can remotely control the light bulb on the adapter, and home security scenes such as preventive burglar control and intrusion alarm help you guard your house when you’re away.

Anyware Smart Lamp Socket Adapter

Furthermore, the smart adapter also features multiple built-in sensors including temperature sensor, humidity sensor, sound sensor, and ambient light sensor, so your light can automatically adjust based on the change of ambient. When the indoor climate becomes unhealthy or your kids come home, you will receive notification on your smartphone. If the temperature suddenly drops or noise is detected in your empty holiday home, it will take immediate action.

Moreover, the smart adapter will work even if the Internet connection is lost. It will continue to run its program until they end or the connection is restored. In addition, the Anyware is compatible with Apple Home Kit, and the developers intend to make it work with IFTTT framework, Nest, Amazon Echo and SmartThings.

The Anyware has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $41 to preorder the smart lamp socket adapter. It will be shipped in February 2017.

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