We announced to you last week the Jeedom Atlas release. After a few mishaps, the new free home automation box from the French publisher ended up joining our lab and we invite you, after a few days of use, to discover it in video.
Jeedom Atlas: an easy-to-use home automation box
Comes with a preinstalled and optimized version of the eponymous software, you will see that the configuration of Jeedom atlas is done in a few minutes, enough to remove the concerns of many users who fear, rightly or wrongly, that home automation software is too complex to implement.
Jeedom Atlas technical sheet
Si install Jeedom on Raspberry Pi seems to be the cheaper option, you will find that Jeedom Atlas offers much beefier hardware and is hardly more expensive since it natively integrates a home automation gateway ZigBee, Z-Wave + ou InOcean with a high gain antenna.
Moreover, and this is just as important, the home automation box has an interesting 32 GB eMMC storage which makes your home automation more reliable and ensures continuity of service.
Here are the technical characteristics of Jeedom Atlas:
- product: Jeedom atlas
- Processor : 6-core, 64-bit processor
- Dual-Core Arm Cortex-A72 64-bit @ 2.0GHz
- Quad-Core Arm Cortex-A53 64-bit @ 1.5GHz
- RAM: 4 GB DDR4 RAM
- Storage: 32 GB eMMC
- 1 x Gigabit Ethernet port,
- 2 x USB 2.0 port
- 2 x USB 3.0 port
- 1 x USB-C for power
- 1 x SMA connector for antenna
- Home automation protocols: ZigBee, Zwave + or EnOcean with long range antenna (optional)
- Wireless connectivity: Integrated 2.4 / 5 Ghz WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0,
- Supply : 9V / 2A USB-C EU plug and built-in RTC battery
- Dimensions: 9 x 6,8 x 3,5 cm
- Weight: 215 grams
- Other: Power Service Pack included (selection of plugins and free mobile application, VPN / DSN service without subscription, etc.)