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Ecobee sensors now used by HomeKit as motion and temperature sensor

Ecobee3 Homekit
The sensors Ecobee3 are now suitable for HomeKit. You can use motion detection and to monitor the temperature in a room. Ecobee3 and Homekit Ecobee3 makes a thermostat, which you can control remotely via Wi-Fi. You can connect additional sensors, so you're not only measuring the temperature in the room where the thermostat is located, but also in the attic, in the barn, or in the nursery. This is the main selling point of Ecobee3 compared to other smart thermostats. With the latest Ecobee3 firmware, you can do even more with the sensors: they support HomeKit, where they can be…Read more

How to Back-up your Healthkit Data

Healthkit backup
HealthKit is one of the major new additions in iOS 8. For obvious reasons, this is a place on your iPhone where all personal information is collected. Your HealthKit data is therefore very important, if only because there are now hundreds of apps that use this database. In this tip we'll explain to you how you can make a HealthKit backup, so you can not lose your data. You can loose your HealthKit data Getting rid of your HealthKit data is a real risk. If you make a backup of your iPhone, it will NOT make a back up of…Read more

Golfing with the PIQ sensor

PIQ Golf sensor
There are many golf sensors with which you can measure your swing. The new golf sensor PIQ offers something extra: you can measure with it the distance too. There's a lot of technology in the device: NFC, GPS, Bluetooth and a motion sensor with 13 axes ensure that every stroke is now measured in detail. The PIQ has an LED screen where you can see exactly where you stand on the green. The manufacturer cooperates with Mobitee, which can provide data on 35,000 courses. You measure at the same time also the swing of each shot, such as the speed…Read more

Fitbit has no plans for HealthKit support

Fitbit
Fitbit has no plans yet to use HealthKit and associated Health app for iOS 8. This was told by an employee of the company on the Fitbit forum. At this moment the company sees yet no way HealthKit can improve the user experience. The reaction of Fitbit will be a disappointment for some iOS 8 users. Integration with HealthKit would make it possible to collect data from Fitbit activity trackers into the Health app. The information would also be available to other apps. Fitbit, however, didn't close the door completely: although there are no plans to integrate HealthKit, users are…Read more

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Everything You Need to Know About Apple’s HealthKit and ...

The Apple rumor mill also predicts that HealthKit will lay a foundation ... He also says Apple is working on advanced sensors to read your hydration, ...

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iPhone 6S rumors suggest new camera, HealthKit sensors ...

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are two of the more exciting products Apple has unleashed in quite some time. Of the two, differences are slight, but the camera ...

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Make the most out of HealthKit with these 5 apps | Macworld

Now that HealthKit and its supported apps have hit the App Store, you’re probably itching to try all of the apps and analyze as much health data as ...

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Heathkit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Heathkit is the brand name of kits and other electronic products produced and marketed by the Heath Company. ... and motion-sensor lighting controls.

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ID-4001 Adapter Board - Data Professionals Main Page

INTRODUCTION. Heathkit used the National LM3911 temperature sensor in their ID-1490, ID-4001, ID-5001 and probably a few other models that monitored indoor and/or ...

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Temperature Sensor Replacement for Weather Station ...

They don't make them like they used to. We at Heathkit used the National LM3911 temperature sensor in our ID-1490, ID-4001, ID-5001 and probably a few other models ...

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