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We suggest you put it above a power outlet, at whatever height feels most comfortable to you.
It will mount directly to the wall with low-dust, high-grab drywall screws (like Nest uses) and optional anchors, both of which we include. We also include a magnetic AC adapter (similar to a Macbook) and wiring (low-voltage, 5v) that connects to the back and goes behind the wall, then it snaps into the adapter in the power outlet.
When you install your AtmosControl and power it up the 1st time, it goes into discovery mode, where it searches for your smart home devices and allows you to connect them.
Z-Wave and Zigbee are 2 of the most popular smart home protocols, after Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Companies like August, Bosch, Honeywell, Kwikset, Leviton, Philips, SmartThings, WeMo, Yale, and others use them in their devices.
A protocol is a standardized set of rules ad/nor processes, like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. It allows different manufacturers to build unique devices that a person can buy, then easily connect and use.
A scene is a series of device actions, strung together in a sequence. For example, when you go to bed, you may want a "Goodnight" scene, where the doors are locked, the thermostat is turned down, and the blinds are closed. So when you say, "Atmos goodnight," all of those actions happen automatically. It'll save you some extra steps at bedtime.
Instead of using voice, or the touchscreen, you can control your devices by just being near your AtmosControl. For example, if it's noisy in the room (lots of people talking, loud music, etc), the voice control may not be effective and gestures will come in handy. They're also helpful if your hands are full, or if someone is taking a nap.
We're adding new devices every month. If you don't see yours listed, send an email to, or use Contact Us below and we'll take care of it.
We typically reach out to them within a week of the request. From there, we have to wait until we hear back and receive their integration specs. Sometimes it's just a week, sometimes it's a month or longer. Once we've received the integration specs, we can have it integrated, tested, and pushed live in about 3-4 weeks.