Setup of the Wink Hub Gen 2 and connect to Amazon Echo Alexa. From the first look box opening through the connection to the wireless network, migration from the Gen 1 Wink Hub and a full review. Since my Gen 1 hub is connected to my Amazon Echo and new Echo Dot’s, we will perform that setup as well to make sure all of my Alexa voice commands will still work. This is not just an overview, this is the complete installation. The Wink can connect to the internet with a wired and wifi connection. The Wink Hub supports both Zwave and Zigbee as well as other protocols.
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The Echo is a big part of my home automation and is connected to my GE, Lutron, and Leviton light switches through the hub. I am also using the GoControl/Linear and EcoLink sensors to control activities in my smart home. Other devices in my home include the Quirky Pivot Power Genius. All of these items can be controlled through the Wink App.
The Wink also integrates with the Logitech Harmony Hub, Home Security devices like the Nest Cam, and other internet of things (iot) gadgets. But this is not covered in this video.
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