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The Hunter Fan Company (one of the top manufacturing companies of ceiling fans) will be introducing its first HomeKit-connected ceiling fans at the CES 2016 Consumer Electronics Show.

Signal and Symphony are the only ceiling fans that support Apple's HomeKit home automation platform, and they're also Hunter Fan Company's first connected home products. The new Hunter Fans will bring the comfort of controlling the fan from the comfort of our couch using your phone.
Hunter's First HomeKit-Enabled Ceiling Fans Support Apple’s HomeKit platform

How are the fans controlled?
We take the example of a person in his house who has multiple Homekit products could at the same time do following:

a) lock the door
b) turn on the lights and
c)  turn off the fan

With a Trigger, the fan can be set to come on in specific scenarios, such as when a HomeKit-connected fire alarm detects smoke.

The Symphony and Signal ceiling fans connect to a home's Wi-Fi network With Homekit support,  the fans can be controlled using Siri voice commands and they are able to interface with other HomeKit products like lights and thermostats for a fully connected home experience using Scenes and Trigger.

What CEO Speaks 
"Our ceaseless innovation is why Hunter Fan is the industry leader, and this new Wi-Fi enabled fans, with added support for Apple HomeKit, are a testament to our heritage of progress and originality," said Hunter Fan CEO John Alexander.

"They're beautiful, affordable, high-quality pieces of decor that bring state-of-the-art Wi-Fi technology where it might not be expected: the ceiling fan. As we celebrate 130 years, we have several exciting developments to share with our customers, and are proud to kick off 2016 at CES with Symphony and Signal."

Description and pricing
Hunter Fan Company's HomeKit-connected fans will be available for purchase beginning in the spring of 2016 from the company's website and from Amazon, Lowe's, HomeDepot, and more.
Both fans measure in at 54 inches and come with dimmable integrated lighting and a WhisperWind function for powerful air movement with quiet performance.

The Symphony fan features a modern design with white blades while the Signal features wood-finished blades with a satin nickel housing. Symphony will retail for $329 and Signal will retail for $379.

About the Author:
He is a passionate Blogger, Entrepreneur, Writer, and Thinker. He has been blogging for the last couple of years and loves everything about it. He covers almost everything related to technology on his Blog, Cyberockk.com.

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