Home automation made easy

1 June 2019 Residential Estate (Industry), Products

We are surrounded with a rapidly growing digital era where almost any device or system can be automated by means of an app. Home automation makes is possible for all these apps, devices, alarm systems to integrate with each other seamlessly, allowing the consumer to customise it to their taste and priorities.

With full automation and integration we can allow your house to respond to your schedule and needs from your smart device. You will be able to open your gate when you are not home, switch your lights on and off, arm or disarm your alarm or log into your CCTV camera at home at any time, the options are endless.

Hitek has launched a Smart Home Automation system that makes it now affordable for every household in South Africa. It is a wireless system that is user-friendly and easy for the installer to do a full installation in just a couple of hours. The average home can now be changed into a ‘Smart Automated Home’ with a two-action set-up for around R8000 or R12 000 recommended retail price for a five-action set-up.

In most instances, the consumer will have a basic alarm system and another benefit is that the system can be integrated with the existing alarm system into a smart home automation. From one keypad and the app you can control your lights, geysers, disarm and arm your alarm and get push notification all to make life much easier.

For more information, contact HiTek Security Distributors, +27 21 946 3344, sales@hiteksecurity.net, www.hiteksecurity.net



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