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First smart fan in India launched by Orient

  • By Shalini Gupta |
  • Sunday, January 27th, 2019 |
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First smart fan in India launched by Orient. Image Courtesy – Asianage

In the era of automation science has reached to such an advanced stage that now you can control your home appliances from outside of your home – even from a distant place. It seemed like a fantasy in the past, but in this era of automation, we are experiencing it practically. Ceiling fan is no other than the modern household gadgets; it can be controlled from a remote place.

Modern smart fans are prepared to sync with Alexa, Google Assistant, even ‘Apple Home Kit’ allows you to control the weather inside your home almost from anywhere.

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Orient Electric launched a model of smart ceiling fan named ‘Aeroslim’ earlier this month that supports ‘Google Assistant’ and ‘Amazon Alexa’. It is the 1st ceiling fan launched in India. This app-controlled fan can be operated through Android and iOS with features like different fan modes and also to connect multiple number of fans. Users can pair ‘Orient Aeroslim’ smart fan with ‘Alexa’ digital assistant or ‘Google Assistant’ to control it through voice command.

Along with smart connectivity, this fan is equipped with inverter that consumes 45W of electricity – named as ‘energy saving inverter technology’. Orient Electric also sells lightings, switchgear products, small appliances etc. along with fans.

The fan ‘Aeroslim’ has been prepared with a cylindrical shape in accordance with a LED light focused towards the ground. The fan has 100% rust-free blades made of high quality glass material to keep longevity.

It has telescopic convertible mounting to fit in every type of ceiling. ‘Aeroslim’ is operated by a remote to provide easiness to the users. Air delivery of ‘Aeroslim’ is 240 CMM and it can operate at a minimum of 140V in low voltage range.

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Shalini Gupta
Shalini Gupta is a teacher at New Delhi with multifarious talents. She has passion for reading, writing, drawing, sketching etc. simultaneously with her teaching job. presently she is writing for Bigumbrella.

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