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Evvr Center

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The brain of an intelligent home automation system.

Evvr Center is a powerful home automation controller that enables you to control all of your smart devices together, locally, under one control system. Equipped with a high-performance processor, it's specially designed for complicated automation scenarios in residential units and commercial buildings.

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Reliability

Evvr Center delivers reliable local connectivity. Smart devices can be controlled completely locally without an internet connection.

Privacy

Privacy

User privacy always comes first. All your private data is processed and stored in real-time and locally, not in the cloud.

Security

Security

Data security is accounted for at all times. Peer-to-peer network connection and data encryption are in place when accessing your device remotely.

High compatibility

High compatibility

Evvr Studio, controller SDK and app SDK are provided with Evvr Center. These enable integrations with smart devices from many of the most popular brands.

Smart rooms interoperability

Smart rooms interoperability

Evvr Center enables smart room interoperability and integrates with your existing system. A single unified interface can interact with all rooms, making it possible to apply wide-reaching energy efficiency policies.

Powerful scene creator

Powerful scene creator

The scene creator lets you pick the current state of all connected devices conveniently. To find preferred scenes more quickly, you can create folders and manage the scenes by mood, room and devices. The possibilities are endless.

Enterprise-grade smart controller

Evvr Center takes smart home automation devices out of the home and into commercial settings with enterprise-grade smart controller features, including single sign-on (SSO) and the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).

Enterprise-grade smart controller

Smart living space

Evvr Center connects to the entertainment system, HVAC system, lighting system and security system in a home, helping homeowners enjoy peace-of-mind and ease-of-use throughout their daily routine. For example, in a "wake up" scene managed through the Evvr Center, the automation system will open the blinds gradually and fade music in to wake the homeowner up. When the "leave home" scene activates, all the lights will turn off and the home security system will monitor the home for intruders.

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Smart Office

Evvr Center can connect to the blinds, smart lighting control system and HVAC in the office, with different levels of smart device control permission — some employees with proper access can adjust the temperature, lighting and more. With SSO linked to the company's database, employees can use the same login information they use for other corporate systems to access the Evvr hub. They will have the appropriate level of permission depending on their overall profile. The automation controller can also link to employees' calendars, aligning smart device settings with who is in the office at any given time.

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Nursing house

In a nursing home, Evvr Center can connect to the motion sensor, camera or smart lock systems, helping elderly residents enjoy their everyday activities with ease. The smart controller can send alerts to staff when sensors in a resident's room capture evidence of a fall. Staff can also watch recordings from multiple cameras set up in public areas to see whether an accident has occurred. Door locks can also be hooked up to the smart home controller so some common areas are unlocked during the day and automatically locked at night.

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Ultimate privacy and security

Evvr Center ensures ultimate data privacy. All data is processed and stored locally and in real-time. The connection between devices and the controller is peer-to-peer encrypted when users access connected smart devices remotely.

Home automation controller with local processing and storage

Local processing and storage

A combination of optional, flexible and economical modules

Besides built-in WiFi and Bluetooth protocol support, optional 4G/5G, Zigbee, Z-wave and Lora modules can be added in the engineered expansion slots (M.2 Socket, Mini-PCIe Socket, U.2 Socket). Installers and system integrators can choose the extension modules based on specific project requirements.
Smart home controller with the most advanced hardware configuration in the market

Most advanced hardware configuration on the market

The Evvr Center is equipped with high-performance processor, which delivers remarkable speed and reliable user experience. This power enables the device to process the automated control demands of residential units, commercial buildings or nursing houses.
Hot-spare backup

Hot-spare backup

Two or more Evvr Center devices in a system can back one another up. The hot-spare secondary controller will be switched into operation immediately when the primary controller fails.
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Evvr Home Automation Center

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General Information

CPU
CPU

Rockchip Quad-core Cortex-A55 SoC Processor RK3568 (2.0GHz, 0.8Tops NPU)

SDRAM\n
SDRAM

2GB LPDDR4

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Flash

16GB eMMC

Power supply
Power supply

12 VDC power input (adapter included)

Enclosure
Enclosure

Aluminum housing, silver finish.

Dimension
Dimension

220 x 140 x 80mm

Communications

Ethernet
Ethernet

10/100/1000 Mbps, IEEE 802.1X

Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi

2.4 GHz & 5 GHz, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax

Bluetooth
Bluetooth

Bluetooth 5.0, IEEE 802.15

Zigbee
Zigbee

Zigbee 3.0 (Optional, need to add Zigbee module)

Z-wave
Z-wave

865.2 to 926 MHz (Optional, need to add Z-wave module)

5G Network
5G Network

5G SA Sub-6, 5G NSA Sub-6, LTE, WCDMA (Optional, need to add 5G module)

Interfaces

HDMI
HDMI

HDMI 2.0

RS485
RS485

2-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block; Bidirectional RS-485 port

USB1-3
USB1-3

3x USB 3.0 ports; USB Type A connector, female; USB 3.0 port for storage devices

Storage
Storage

Micro-SD memory card slot; Accepts one Micro-SD card up to 256GB for storage

M.2 Slot
M.2 Slot

M.2 socket, support PCIe 3.0 and USB 2.0 protocol; Has built-in SIM socket

Mini-PCIe Slot
Mini-PCIe Slot

Mini-PCIe socket, support USB2.0 and I2C protocol

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FAQs

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What does a smart controller or home automation controller do?

This device is the central point of your smart device network, connecting other assets and enabling true home automation. Despite the word "home," this type of controller can also be used in commercial and corporate settings, provided the device is powerful and secure enough to support the added demands of these settings.

What are the benefits of a home automation controller?

When a centralized device is used to control smart device deployments throughout a building, it's possible to: 1. Set up automated "scenes" that involve one or more smart device systems running a predetermined routine. 2. Connect devices so that the triggering of an automated sensor activates a response on another device. 3. Control access and permissions for every smart device on the network. 4. Automate and manage all the devices from one place; 5. User-friendly home automation platform that puts local control and privacy first.

How can a smart home controller meet the demand of complex user permission management in business?

To get approval to use a piece of connected technology in a business or healthcare setting, that device must contain enterprise-grade connectivity and security features. Evvr Center is open and easy to use API for system integration. And it‘s suitable for business use because it delivers functionality such as single sign-on (SSO) access and permission control. It also encrypts all data when users access smart devices, processing data privately (not in the cloud).

What is the difference between the Evvr Center and other smart home automation controllers?

Evvr Center stands out in the smart home automation controller field because of its extensive feature set. The device is highly compatible with other smart home technology out of the box, and that compatibility can expand further with installing software extensions With access to Evvr Center's power, privacy, security reliability, smart rooms interoperability and complex scenes creator, it's possible to build a powerful automation system, in the home, in a commercial setting, or even in a highly regulated and security-conscious field such as healthcare.

What does a smart controller or home automation controller do?

This device is the central point of your smart device network, connecting other assets and enabling true home automation. Despite the word "home," this type of controller can also be used in commercial and corporate settings, provided the device is powerful and secure enough to support the added demands of these settings.

What are the benefits of a home automation controller?

When a centralized device is used to control smart device deployments throughout a building, it's possible to: 1. Set up automated "scenes" that involve one or more smart device systems running a predetermined routine. 2. Connect devices so that the triggering of an automated sensor activates a response on another device. 3. Control access and permissions for every smart device on the network. 4. Automate and manage all the devices from one place; 5. User-friendly home automation platform that puts local control and privacy first.

How can a smart home controller meet the demand of complex user permission management in business?

To get approval to use a piece of connected technology in a business or healthcare setting, that device must contain enterprise-grade connectivity and security features. Evvr Center is open and easy to use API for system integration. And it‘s suitable for business use because it delivers functionality such as single sign-on (SSO) access and permission control. It also encrypts all data when users access smart devices, processing data privately (not in the cloud).

What is the difference between the Evvr Center and other smart home automation controllers?

Evvr Center stands out in the smart home automation controller field because of its extensive feature set. The device is highly compatible with other smart home technology out of the box, and that compatibility can expand further with installing software extensions With access to Evvr Center's power, privacy, security reliability, smart rooms interoperability and complex scenes creator, it's possible to build a powerful automation system, in the home, in a commercial setting, or even in a highly regulated and security-conscious field such as healthcare.

High Compatibility

Evvr Center is compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa and SmartThings, and supports devices that use Zigbee 3.0, Z-Wave Plus, WiFi and Bluetooth protocols. Evvr Center is compatible with many popular devices from leading brands, including SONOS, Bose, Samsung, Nest, Ring, Kwikset, Schlage, Yale, Leviton, Philips Hue, Honeywell, Yeelight, Kasa Smart and Lutron. Note: Evvr Center runs the Evvr Studio, which is developed by Evvr team. Evvr Studio is tool (software) to create Driver and Automation for controller. This will allow them to easily integrate Evvr Center with even more minority brands.

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