Alabama’s Centralite launches its first consumer brand of connected IoT products

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Centralite Systems has introduced a line of connected home products available directly to consumers.

Centralite makes over 30 connected home devices, many of which are produced for the world’s biggest home automation brands. In offering its own branded line, Centralite is enabling its partners and their customers’ access to connected products that are easy to use, compatible with the most popular systems on the market, and central to the complete connected experience.

The initial roll-out of Centralite-branded products includes the Pearl Thermostat, Smart Outlet and the Smart Dimming Outlet. Future releases will include the Temperature & Humidity Sensor, Smart Switch, Water Sensor, and Smart Button.

Smart Dimming Outlet
Smart Dimming Outlet

Centralite’s vice president of sales and marketing, Sean Bryant said, “In making our products directly available to consumers through our own e-commerce sales channel, we are meeting the consumer demand for fast and easy access to the highest quality, most technologically advanced connected devices on the market. We’re extremely excited to take Centralite in this new direction, and we know smart home customers will be excited as well.”

Centralite Systems offers software and hardware Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that make life easier for both developers and consumers. Established in 1997, the company has been leading the industry in delivering end-to-end software and hardware technology solutions for some of the most prominent businesses in the connected home space, such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Lowe’s, and more. Centralite’s Jilia, a new cloud-based IoT framework, is helping developers create innovative IoT solutions by allowing them to create customised “pathways” between connected devices very quickly, using a single, simple API framework.

Centralite also designs and builds a comprehensive ecosystem of connected devices that work together to enable a connected world. The company has a presence in nearly 50 countries worldwide.

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