In the trend that everything must be smart, modern, and automatic, every device in the house also needs automation. Have the idea of a home with unlimited remote controlled doors, gates, and curtains with just one smartphone? Get started with Acis’s smart device- DC.
1. What is DC used for?
DC is designed as a terminal controller with independent contact control. It is used to integrate control groups of devices that use motors such as automatic curtains, rolling doors, automatic gates or electric locks, and remote devices (RF waves) – “instead of you pressing the button on the remote
DC connected to the MCE center of the ACIS Smart Home, have many modern features:
With the connection to the center, you can easily log in to the Acis Ihome control app to control the device remotely. As long as your phone has an internet connection, you can quickly control wherever you are and monitor the status directly on the app. Imagine, when you got home from work, there was no need to get off the car, but the gate was opened right on the car.
Another convenient feature is a timer for the doors/gates or curtains. You can set the curtain opening time at a certain time of day.
In addition to controlling each device individually, now with smart scenarios or context to help you group control devices on-demand at the same time. For example, go to work in the morning use with the context of “going out”, one- touch on the phone to close the curtains, close the door and close the gate saves time.
01 DC using integrated control for 01 motors (automatic curtain, rolling door, automatic gate). In addition, you can use DC to connect with the remote to control the device automatically such as:
DC can be operated offline without a hub, and linked with other control devices (such as SSW, Remote) to create offline “context” control content.