Exertis adds TCP Smart’s home automation products to portfolio

TCP Smart’s product range includes smart LED bulbs and lamps, light switches, WiFi cameras and doorbells, motion sensors and more.
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Exertis will now distribute a range of products from TCP Smart, a leading manufacturer of WiFi-enabled smart home automation products.

“We are delighted to be able to offer the TCP Smart range to our retailers. TCP Smart products don’t require a hub, their products connect directly with a router, making installations much easier,” said said Rod Slater, Exertis, head of Smart Tech and IoT.

“Control of lights, switches, sockets and LED lamps can also be activated by voice with compatibility for Google and Alexa. With the TCP Smart range, consumers get a simple and affordable solution to home automation.”

Exertis will be offering a wide range of TCP Smart products including smart LED bulbs and lamps, smart light switches, smart WiFi plug-in sockets that convert existing sockets into smart sockets, smart WiFi cameras and doorbells, and smart motion sensors.

Jessica Parker TCP Smart’s managing director said: “Exertis has a great reputation in the Smart Tech arena and will provide us with the opportunity for our products to reach a wider audience of retailers. Consumers want compatible systems in the home that are affordable and easy to install and control. That’s exactly what we offer including a brand that has an enviable reputation in providing quality lighting systems.”

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