Recently, Orro has announced Dow Technologies will be distributing the human-centric lighting brand’s products to integrators across the United States. Integrators across 22 states will now be able to bolster their services with a wellness-focused system that can further unify the products they’re already installing through Orro’s impressive array of sensors and intelligent software.
“Orro’s smart living system not only provides human-centric lighting control, it provides a simple, powerful backbone to integrate the smart home devices our customers are already installing,” says Drew Fischer, director of sales, DOW Technologies. “We are looking forward to providing our professional customers in over 22 states with easy access to Orro’s wellness-focused lighting system – at a reasonable price point that can fit within almost any budget.”
Unifying the Smart House Ecosystem
Designed for use by installers, Orro’s Smart Living systems and products provide a unified solution designed to meet the demand for advanced smart home systems at a mainstream price. The easy-to-install system, which replaces a standard light switch, unifies a smart home, automatically implementing lighting, with recallable lighting scenes, room-to-room intercom and more.
By unifying smart living experiences around a home’s lighting control system, Orro provides integrators with a single smart home solution, accessible via touch or voice – without having to install and configure additional hardware.
“Orro unifies the products DOW Technologies’ customers are already working with while providing an unparalleled human-centric smart living experience that increases the value and overall functionality of a smart home. Additionally, DOW Technologies now provides easy access to Orro for professional installers in important markets like Dallas and New York.”
“With over six decades serving electronics and A/V retailers throughout the U.S., we are honored to have DOW Technologies distributing Orro smart living products,” says Patrick “PG” Gall, head of channel development, Orro.
Another version of this article originally appeared on CE Pro.