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Smartphone users don’t have to search very far to find the answer to a question or the solution to a problem. Usually, they can just pull out their device and have it in a few seconds.
FireLite Alarms’ red ANN-80 backlit, 80-character LCD fire annunciator provides system status indicators for AC power, alarm, trouble, supervisory and alarm-silenced conditions. It communicates with the FACP over a two-wire serial interface. Connected devices are powered using two additional wires, by either the host FACP or a remote, filtered power supply.
EXFO Inc.’s TK1-V2 Tier 1 and Tier 2 tester combines an OLTS and an OTDR and features automated test routines. It has an 8-in. multitouch screen, built-in connectivity, an automated inspection probe, 
a broadband power meter and a CW source mode.

Powerline Control Systems’ KPCW-7 seven-button keypad controls single lights, triggers lighting scenes and sends messages to a central controller. It is preset with five scenes, plus brighten and dim. Alternatively, there are 16 programmable commands initiated by a single tap, double tap, hold or release. 

Viking’s E-30-IP entry call box has a five-number auto dialer and a programmable on-board relay that can activate a door strike, camera, strobe light and more. It is PoE-powered and programmed with downloadable PC software. It can be flush- or surface-mounted.

Big Ass Solutions’ Haiku L series smart fan features UV-resistant hybrid resin airfoils in black or white and a built-in LED light with 16 brightness levels. It can be controlled with a remote, a wall-mounted button that detects motion or the Haiku Home app, which enables users to set their fan and light preferences. It is available in diameters from 52 to 84 in.
Ecobee’s ecobee3 Wi-Fi thermostat has a 31/2-in., full-color LCD touchscreen with 320-by-480 pixel display. It works with room sensors for occupancy detection and to address hot or cold areas of the home. Users can adjust temperature and comfort setting from their smart devices. They also receive free monthly reports on how much energy they have saved and tips on how to save more.
Chamberlain’s WD1000WF MyQ smartphone-controlled garage door opener with built-in Wi-Fi comes with a battery backup, two three-button remote controls, a wireless keypad, an LCD wall control and safety sensors. It is HomeLink compatible and works with the in-vehicle remote control system built into most cars.
Orbit Irrigation’s B-Hyve 12-station smart Wi-Fi sprinkler timer provides smart watering based on site conditions, such as slope, soil type, sun/shade and live local weather feeds, to avoid over-watering and waste. Users can control the timer with their Android or iOS app, from their computer or at the timer with a push-button dial.
Nest’s Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detector has an industrial-grade smoke sensor, tests itself automatically and lasts up to a decade. It has a human voice and, because all a home's detectors are connected, an alarm in an upstairs bedroom will announce smoke downstairs. Users receive warnings, alarms and low-battery chirps on their phone and can silence them from there.