Crow and VTech smart home products pass ULE Certification

Ultra Low Energy Certification means the companies’ smart home products are interoperable, so users avoid vendor lock in

Crow and VTech smart home products pass ULE Certification

IoT devices from Crow Electronic Engineering and VTech Telecommunications have successfully passed the ULE certification and may now carry the ULE logo, the ULE Alliance has announced.

The ULE Alliance is a non-profit organisation that promotes the worldwide market adoption of the ULE (Ultra Low Energy) – the new generation of wireless technology for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The Crow products include: CR-DU-PIR, CR-DUS-PIR (motion detectors), CR-DU-MAG (door/window magnet detector), CR-DU-FLD (flood detector), and CR-DU-TMP (temperature detector).

The VTech products comprise: VC7001, VS003 (garage door sensors) and VC7002, VS001, (open/closed sensors).

Avi Barel, business development director of the ULE Alliance, said: “I would like to congratulate our members Crow and VTech for their certified products. This is a milestone for the new ULE technology. The Alliance will continue to leverage ULE as the key networking technology for the emerging Smart Home market.”

The ULE Certification Program ensures interoperability of devices across multiple manufacturers and enforces a high quality requirement for product operation to achieve consistent user experience.

Members of the Alliance can certify ULE devices with the authorised Certification Laboratory and Qualification Body, AT4 Wireless, in Spain. The application for certification can be accessed on ULE Alliance website at

In other news, the ULE Alliance has just joined the AllSeen Alliance as a sponsored member. Both organisations will be at IFA 2015 in Berlin (September 4-9, 2015) in hall 6.2, booth 125.



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