Fibaro HomeKit-Compatible One-Touch Scene Controller is Now Shipping and Available via Apple.com
Offered in multiple colors and sporting a sleek and retro design, The Button activates a singular device or a sequence of devices within the HomeKit smart home
Chicago, IL – May 9, 2018 – FIBARO, a leading global manufacturer of wireless intelligent home automation and control devices, is now shipping the latest product addition to its existing HomeKit-compatible device ecosystem, The Button. Previously available in a version with Z-Wave technology, the award-winning wireless, battery-powered, control device is now available as a separate version compatible with Apple HomeKit and can be purchased via Apple’s online store in 23 countries worldwide, including in the US, Canada, and multiple EMEA countries.
The Button is unique within the HomeKit ecosystem of products in that it does not require a gateway, hub or bridge to connect. At less than 2-inches in size, The Button is one of the smallest and handiest home control devices that can be mounted anywhere, including on the wall or tabletop in any room. Available in multiple colors, The Button appeals to users of any age, and can complement or disappear into the décor of any room. With its familiar and intuitive design, users of any age – ranging from kids to seniors – can easily activate a device or scene with a simple press.
Recognizing up to three different actions, the HomeKit-compatible Button can be programmed to turn off the lights with one click, lock a smart door lock with two clicks, or trigger a customized scene by holding it down. The Button can activate scenes, synchronized actions involving several devices, such as a “goodbye scene” which closes the blinds, locks the door, turns off electrical devices and sets your lights to away mode, or a “good morning scene” which opens the blinds and turns on the lights when pressed. The Button is also equipped with a buzz feature that provides audible confirmation of a proper click with one buzz, two buzzes or a lengthened buzz. This feature can be turned on or off depending on user preference.
“Originally announced at CES, The Button has been well-received and we are excited to get it into consumer hands,” said Rich Bira, Managing Director, Fibaro US. “Consumers enjoy the beauty, simplicity and wide functionality of Fibaro’s smart home devices, and integration with HomeKit opens the door for additional consumers to add home automation. With worldwide availability on Apple.com, we anticipate The Button will quickly become a popular smart home device.”