Evvr Introduce In-Wall Gateway – Will Support Matter Via an Update

Evvr, a provider of intelligent automation tools for homes and businesses, has announced their receipt of a Consumer Technology Association (CES) Innovation Award for their Evvr Hub smart home controller. Evvr Hub can serve as a smart home gateway or controller and as a Wi-Fi access point simultaneously connecting it to a wide range of smart devices across a home, business or multi-unit residential property.



The CES Innovation Awards program is an annual competition honouring outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products and includes the Evvr Hub in its 2023 recipients. Serving as an IoT server/gateway and a Wi-Fi 6 Access Point (WAP), Evvr Hub connects wirelessly to a wide range of home automation devices, storing all sensitive data locally within the home rather than on a cloud server. It is a dual-band, wall-mounted WAP with a GbE RJ45 port that brings plug-and-play Wi-Fi 6 to any office or room with its high-performance multi-core processor that supports gigabit rates. It derives its power directly through LAN wiring, eliminating the need for a local power supply. It is compatible with Zigbee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, IP-connected devices and RS-485-connected devices. Evvr Hub integrates with Google Assistant and Alexa and will also support the Matter standard in the near future via a software upgrade.

In addition to being an award recipient, Evvr will participate in CES 2023 as a vendor. CES 2023 will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada beginning January 5, 2023, and ending on January 8, 2023. They can be found displaying a variety of their home automation products at the Venetian Expo A-C, booth number 50539.

Among the variety of products Evvr will showcase at CES 2023: their smart light switches (In-Wall Relay Switch and In-Wall Relay Switch Lite), the Evvr App, controllers (Evvr Center Lite, the award-winning Evvr Hub and Evvr Pad S) and Smart Energy Monitor Switch. Learn more about Evvr’s smart home products including the Evvr Hub at evvr.io.

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