With the Bosch Smart Home Eyes, we at Funkyhome.de are testing another outdoor light with video surveillance and cloud connectivity. The Bosch Smart Home Eyes WiFi outdoor surveillance camera can be accessed via an iOS iPhone or Android smartphone or tablet and has three light areas that can be controlled separately. In the following Bosch Smart Home Eyes review, we will show how well this works and whether the Bosch camera with lamp and motion detector can convince us. In … Continue reading
Some time ago, Amazon released the third generation of its Echo Dot. Reason enough for Funkyhome.de to finally take a closer look at it. What the third generation can do and what has changed compared to the predecessors, we show in the following test. Of course, we also take a look at the Amazon Alexa app and give a rough overview of what can be done with it.
With the Ring Video Doorbell Pro, we test on Funkyhome.de a great WiFi doorbell with motion detector and video streaming. The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is a smart WiFi doorbell with a surveillance camera that can be paired with an iOS or Android-based smartphone or tablet and also communicates via its own WiFi door chime. In the following Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Ring Chime WLAN Door chime test, we will see whether the high-tech WLAN Doorbell with camera from … Continue reading
With the Steinel CAM light L 600 we test on Funkyhome.de another solution for WiFi video surveillance with recording for outdoor use. The Steinel CAM light is a chic outdoor lamp with WiFi surveillance camera that can be accessed via an iOS or Android based smartphone or tablet. In the following Steinel CAM light test, we will see whether the lamp with motion detector and camera from Steinel can convince us. We have also published an SD and an HD … Continue reading
After the Homematic Window Rotary Handle Sensor Review, we now have several optical radio door/window sensors as ready-to-use devices and kits tested. This is because the monitoring of window and door handles is effective, but also much more cost-intensive than the much cheaper window sensors and can also determine whether a door or window is really open or closed. We from Funkyhome.de think that the Window Sensors are an useful extension to save heating costs as well as help with … Continue reading
In the following tutorial we show how to create programs for the eQ-3 Homematic Window Sensor to transmit the state of windows and doors to a display, for example by means of system variables. You can also link Window Sensor directly to the Homematic radiator thermostat to save heating costs in winter by automatically lowering the thermostat when the window is open and then raising the thermostat again. How this works, we show in the new Funkyhome.de Smarthome Tutorial.