Imagine a smart home system with stylish thermostats; smart radiator valves; temperature, door and window sensors; and smart plugs — all wirelessly connected and controlled. Using Qorvo technology, Levarys' Luna Smart Home System for energy management makes that vision a reality.
Qorvo's ZigBee Green Power chips provide secure, long range and highly reliable wireless transmission of data within the Luna Smart Home System. With a smartphone or tablet, users can turn on and off devices and control the thermostat — while at home or on the road — providing comfort and significant energy savings.
"Our new Luna smart home solution gives customers a set of smart devices that seamlessly
interact, creating more comfort at home, saving energy and making life easier," said Annette Herber and Anita Hübner, managing directors of Levarys GmbH. "By choosing Qorvo's ZigBee chips, we can offer end users the reliable and flexible wireless network they need."
The Luna system makes intelligent decisions based on sensor input. For example, residents can efficiently heat individual rooms by combining a smart radiator valve with a small temperature and window sensor. If someone forgets to close a window, the Luna system will automatically stop heating the room. It will also turn the heating back on once the window is closed.
Qorvo's wireless chips offer flexibility so that Levarys can add extra devices fitting the requirements of any house. Also, Qorvo's ZigBee Green Power chips significantly extend battery life due to their very low current draw, freeing the system of extra maintenance.
From the gateway to the smart plug, all Luna smart home devices are elegantly designed for today's contemporary homes. And protecting personal data is as high of a priority as energy efficiency; any information that the devices collect and manage is saved on servers in a secure data center. The new ZigBee Luna Smart Home System is currently available as an end-user kit at electronics retailers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.Read the Press Release