Have you installed and set up your Freedompro smart modules and now are you looking for a quick guide to fid out how to start managing accessories in your new smart home from the app? Perfect.
You should know that controlling and managing a home accessory using the Freedompro app is extremely easy; and there are several ways to do it.
In this short article below we will find out together how to do it.
How to control an accessory with the Freedompro app
After connecting the accessories to the Freedompro device and completing the pairing procedure, the Freedompro app for local or remote control of the smart home will show the accessories on the "home" screen.
Everything is ready to start controlling the accessories from the app, wherever you are.
Are you ready to learn how to control and manage your accessories from the Freedompro smart home management app? There are 3 different methods to manage an accessory from the Freedompro app:
the classic tap
the sliding switch
the full view
How to control and manage an accessory with classic touch
The first method of controlling home accessories locally or remotely is the traditional method: the classic tap.
In fact, it will be enough to tap on any type of accessory, such as lights, power outlets or general switches to turn it on or off (as shown below).
In case you want to manage with the classic tap an accessory of the electric or motorized roller shutter or awning type, the accessory in question will make a full stroke and thus open or close.
How to control and manage an accessory with the sliding switch
The second method of controlling home accessories with the Freedompro smart home management app is the sliding switch.
Simply drag the virtual switches (as shown below) of each accessory to the left to turn the connected device on or off.
How to control and manage an accessory from the full view
The third option for controlling home accessories locally or remotely with the Freedompro app is the most comprehensive one: that is, the so-called full view.
To manage an accessory with the full view method, simply hold down on the accessory you want to control (as shown below).
Once the overview screen of the accessory appears, you will be able to turn on or off any light, socket or general switch type accessory with both methods mentioned above, namely the classic tap and the sliding switch method.
Moreover, with regard to dimmer-type accessories or motorized shutters and blinds, on the other hand, the full view method implies greater control and more complete management of the devices.
In fact, if using the classic tap involves the switching on or off of a dimmer light, or the complete opening or closing of a shutter, the sliding switch option with the full view method will allow you to manage with extreme precision the device you wish to control.
In fact, you will be able to determine both the precise percentage at which a dimmer light is turned on and the precise percentage at which a motorized roller shutter is opened or closed.