Lightwave is now fully compatible with Google Home and Google Assistant.
Lightwave Smart Series and heating devices are fully compatible with Amazon Alexa.
Lightwave Smart Series and heating devices are fully compatible with Apple HomeKit.
Lightwave is now fully compatible with Google Home and Google Assistant. Just ask, and Google Home will quickly and simply connect with your Lightwave smart home devices. Now you can control your lights, sockets and heating without even having to open the Lightwave App.
It’s very simple to start using Google Home with Lightwave. Once you have a Google Home smart speaker, create a Google account and download the Google Home app. Within that app, open the menu and select Home Control.
You’ll then be able to choose Lightwave to connect to your Lightwave devices and start commanding those smart home devices using the Google Assistant, as well as through the Lightwave App.
Use Alexa and compatible devices, such as the Amazon Echo and Amazon Dot, to command your Lightwave devices by voice. Now you can dim lights, change heating temperatures, control sockets and more without having to open the Lightwave App.
It’s very simple to start using Alexa with Lightwave. Once you have an Amazon Echo or Dot device, create an Amazon account and download the Alexa App. Within that app, search for and access the Lightwave ‘skill’. This is the set of instructions that allows Alexa to control Lightwave devices.
You can then begin to command your Lightwave devices using voice commands, as well as through the Lightwave App.
Lightwave Smart Series and heating devices are fully compatible with Apple HomeKit. Control your smart home using Siri from the comfort of your sofa or amend, activate and switch devices and on/off using the quick, easy and intuitive app.
It’s very simple to start using the Apple Home App with Lightwave. The first step is to register your Link Plus and pair all your Lightwave devices to it. Next, open the Apple Home App and add your Link Plus as a new accessory.
Once that is done, all your Lightwave devices will automatically be imported into Apple Home. You can then control your devices using voice control with Siri, the Apple Home App, or the Lightwave App.
Control your smart home with IFTTT and Lightwave. IFTTT stands for ‘If this, then that.’ It is a free web based application that allows you to connect, control and automate a large variety of internet-connected devices.
Simple IFTTT connections (or home automation integrations) between Internet-connected products and apps are made using ‘recipes’. These are commands that allow you to create device control ‘rules’: IF this happens (eg, weather forecast wet), then do THAT (eg, turn on a Lightwave dimmer).
Lightwave has several ‘channels’ on IFTTT: Lighting, Heating, Power and Events. You can use these channels to control relevant Lightwave smart home devices and create recipes. For example, the Lighting channel allows you to control Lightwave dimmers, in-line dimmers and dimmable plug-ins.
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- Simple installation – use existing wiring
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