Under cabinet lighting with the Shelly RGBW2 is a fantastic smart home project for nearly anyone. The RGBW2 is low voltage, requiring a 12v or 24v power source, can support up to four channels (Red, Green, Blue, and White or four White channels), and offers the same ability to enjoy local and cloud control of the device as other Shelly relays. What’s more, if you don’t want a permanent installation, you don’t even need to use a single screw to mount the project.
It is CONTEST TIME in the Smarter Home Club!
Our friends at Shelly are sponsoring a prize raffle for a sweet pack of loot, which contains one each: Shelly 1, Shelly 1PM, Shelly 2.5, and Shelly RGBW2
Finding a good GPS tracking sensor has been on my list for a while. While i’ve tested out a number of them, there’s usually some fault or quirk that makes me question if the balance of features are strong enough to justify the monthly GSM subscription required to use the device. That’s why I was immediately interested in Trakkit. There’s no cellular fee or subscription required – ever!
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