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Orro Announces Google Nest Integration for the Orro Switch

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Orro Announces Google Nest Integration for the Orro Switch

Control the Nest thermostat, extend the Nest Hello Doorbells’s Ring and more–all from the Orro Switch, in any room throughout the home.

By Orro | June 1, 2021
Orro Announces Google Nest Integration for the Orro Switch

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Orro, creators of the professional-grade top-of-the-line Orro Smart Living System, today announced the integration of Nest products to Orro. As a certified partner in Google’s Device Access program, this latest Orro integration allows homeowners to have seamless control and access to Nest thermostats and doorbells from any Orro Switch throughout the home–creating a single unified smart home system with advanced, intelligent ambient control.

To learn more about Orro features and solutions for professional home builders, electricians or installers, please visit: https://GetOrro.com/pro

“As a top feature request from professional installers and homeowners, we are proud to announce that Orro’s Smart Living System has met the rigorous security and performance standards to be certified as a partner in Google’s Device Access program,” said Colin Billings, founder and CEO, Orro. “This new update enables professional installers to easily integrate Nest into a smart home unified by Orro and Orro Switches located throughout a house, delivering on the promise of the truly ‘intelligent’ smart home that today’s homowners demand.”

Orro’s Smart Living systems and products are specifically designed for use by professional installers, providing an industry-leading unified and powerful solution that meets the demand for advanced smart home systems at a mainstream price. The easy-to-install system unifies a smart home, automatically implementing perfect 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 professionals with a single smart home solution, accessible via touch or voice – without having to install and configure additional hardware. 

Orro Smart Living System, features and functionality:
• Designed for professional builders and installers
• Control via touchscreen or voice
• Vibrant color display with intuitive smartphone-like swipe and touch interaction
• Integrated motion, sound and light sensors enable advanced automation and security 
• Works with existing light bulbs–make any light smart
• Nest Integration
• Alexa Built-in Integration
• Energy saving Eco Mode 
• Wellness functionality provides optimal light levels throughout the day
• Control and access thermostats, door locks, doorbells, speakers and more
• Modular and expandable
• Upgradable to meet evolving standards and provide new functionality
• All-encompassing unified smart home control
• Easy Commissioning–setup the Orro system directly from a mobile phone

About Orro
Built to Meet the Rigors and Requirements of Professional Home Builders, Electricians and Installers, the Orro Smart Living System upgrades homes with a simple-to-use, unified smart home system providing Top-of-the-Line quality and features homeowners demand. With Orro, users get automated smart lighting, smart home controls, wellness-focused lighting schedules, home monitoring, and energy-saving features that seamlessly integrate with core smart and automation systems – creating a home that works for you. For more information, visit Orro on the web at: www.GetOrro.com

Orro is available for sale on www.GetOrro.com and www.Amazon.com.

“Google, Nest Thermostat, and Nest Hello are trademarks of Google LLC.”

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