NuBryte's nuanced shift from DIY to DIFM comes from "end users willing to pay more for a quality product, but not for the time to install it," says President and Co-founder Steven Gutteridge.
"It's an all-in-one solution," Gutteridge said. "When we look at a home control market, the biggest barrier to growth is that consumers don't necessarily want to install or maintain a system. That's why we are fully invested in the B2B CEDIA channel."
I’ve written about NuBryte before because of the company’s unique and beautiful TouchPoint color touch-screen consoles that fit in single- or double-gang junction boxes, replacing existing light switches—and the company continues to be noteworthy. The Touchpoint serves as a home hub that displays Google-enabled family calendars, weather and room conditions, energy monitoring results, and timers. But there’s much more to these beautiful wall-mounted consoles.
Bridging the gap between DIY and high-end control systems, Silicon Valley startup NuBryte Pro wants to be the all-in-one control switch that plays nice with everybody. Appearing for the second time at CEDIA this year, the firm announced full integration of its Touchpoint control panel with Crestron, Control4, URC.
NuBryte, the company behind the world's first home control system at the light switch, has unveiled their new product line, NuBryte Smart Switches. Featuring built-in features unlike any on the market, these motion-based smart switches go on sale today for the first time ever.