SwitchBot Curtain Smart Curtain Adapter

SwitchBot Curtain smart curtain adapter is designed to make your curtain smart. All you need to do is simply attach it to the rail of your curtains. Curious? Let’s go on for its more features.SwitchBot Curtain Smart Curtain Adapter

The SwitchBot Curtain is an advanced and easy-to-use smart curtain adapter that measures 65 x 51 x 113mm and weighs 201g. As we can see from the images, the adapter delivers a lightweight and compact profile, and the streamlined design and solid white exterior allow it compliant to various curtain styles.

The smart curtain adapter works with 99% curtains including U-rail, I-rail, rod types and double-sided curtains, and you can effortlessly install it on the rail of your curtain in seconds. The SwitchBot Curtain features a built-in sun light sensor to detect sunlight, so it can automatically close the curtain during the day time in summer, and you can also have it automatically open during the day in winter.SwitchBot Curtain Smart Curtain Adapter

Furthermore, using an optional SwitchBot Hub Mini, you can create scenes for your curtain, for instance, when you turn off the light, the smart curtains will automatically open to brighten the room. And you can remotely check the status of your curtains and control them with your smartphone wherever you’re.

Moreover, it supports Alexa, Google Home and Siri so that you can use your voice to control it. With support of IFTTT, the smart adapter brings you more interactions with other smart home devices and online services. Built-in rechargeable battery offers 8 months of use between charges, and an optional solar panel eliminates the need to recharge the battery.

The crowdfunding campaign for SwitchBot Curtain is ongoing on Kickstarter. We can pledge $109 to preorder the smart curtain adapter with included hub and add-on. The kit will be shipped in April 2020.

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