Ok Google, dim the lights
in the living room
The lights in the living room
Supported component types
For Google Home we currently support switches, dimmers, shutters, light switches (e.g. buttons), KNX scenarios, valves (for faucets and irrigation), thermostats and temperature sensors. All these can also be controlled via the Google Home app, except for the shutters, valves and temperature sensors. As soon as Google extend their functionality, Pairot will quickly add the support for these features through a free firmware update. There can be a maximum of 150 components configured for one Pairot.
Easy to set up
The Pairot is easy to set up. In the online environment ‘My xxter’ it is possible to import the KNX-project from ETS. From this KNX-project all the relevant actuators can be transferred to a Pairot project and downloaded to the Pairot device. The Pairot device is available as a DIN rail module of 4 MW wide and is to be connected to the home network, the KNX bus and a 5-36 VDC power supply. When the Pairot project is loaded onto the device it can be directly paired with Google Home, by adding the Pairot as a Google Action and then login with your account.
Combine xxter with Pairot
Do you already use xxter and do you want to add voice control to your home, or do you want to extend your voice control with the extensive possibilities of xxter, then you can use xxter and Pairot next to each other. Existing xxter customers can set up their Pairot quickly, because the xxter project can be instantly converted to Pairot. Because of the actions and scripts of xxter you can use commands from Pairot as a trigger for any of the endless automation options xxter provides. This allows you to integrate with intercom systems, audio/video systems like Sonos and other home automation standard, like for instance enOcean and DMX. Because Pairot and xxter are both continuously connected to the KNX system both the voice control of Pairot and your personal visualization of the xxter app always combine seamlessly.