I just bought Amazon Eero devices which Support the thread protocol. Via Youtube I noticed that Nordic is developing devices for it but I coud not find any devices to buy online.
I'm especially interested in smart home devices like light bulbs and switches, does anybody have a hint for me which manufacturer already sells thread compatible devices?
Frickes said:Via Youtube
There's an awful lot of stuff on YouTube - please give a link to the specific video(s) you're referring to!
Frickes said:Nordic is developing devices for it but I coud not find any devices to buy online
What kind of "devices" are you looking for?
The "devices" that Nordic make are just the chips which implement the radio comms: https://www.nordicsemi.com/Products
Frickes said:I'm especially interested in smart home devices like light bulbs and switches
Nordic don't make those "devices"; those are made by independent 3rd parties - some of them may use Nordic chips internally.
But the whole point of standard protocols like Thread is that it is irrelevant what chips are used internally - you just need to look for products that use Thread.
Maybe the Thread site can help you:
Presumably Amazon can also give some suggestions of what works with their "Eero" ?
Hi awneil, thanks for your reply. :)
Nano Leaf and Apple with it's home pod mini are supporting thread. (data sheats below)
Hopefully this will mean that other manufacturers are going to integrate it as well soon.
Will keep you updated here if I find additional devices.