Kevin Meagher from Lowe’s talked to Todd and Daniel about the Lowe’s Iris Program. The idea behind the Lowe’s Iris program is to bring home automation to the masses. The base program which is a security program starts at $175. You control the program through a smart phone or a computer. The base program is very easy to set up you simply plug the base unit into the router, hang the sensors up and do the setup and you are ready to go. The total setup should take about an hour to complete. Lowe’s is working with their vendors to make sure that the vendors devices work with Iris. If you’re looking for device that can run under Iris just look for the Iris logo.
There is no subscription for the entry-level program. The more advanced program which is known as Magic is an all-inclusive program and is available for $10 a month. The Iris program is fairly new and its development is continuing.
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Does anybody know if the Iris Hme Automation working with FortrezZ water and Freeze Damage prevention z-wave products?
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