4 Favorite Uses for OPO at Home
So here’s the thing: power outages happen. A lot, as it turns out. 36.7 million people in the US affected by 3,526 blackouts in 2017, according to Eaton's Blackout Tracker. Whether it’s the weather, a rolling brownout, or a downed power line, power outages cause problems and can disrupt your routine or productivity.
This is why we invented OPO. To give you, the people, power over your power.
OPO, or Orchestrated Power Outlet, is not only the smallest, most cost-effective, smart power storage device on the market, it’s the only one. The only device designed for your home, office, or apartment, that can cover you for up to six hours.
Plug OPO in and give any old power outlet super powers. In addition to seamlessly powering electronic devices without interruption, OPO makes monitoring and managing your electronics as easy as checking your social feed.
Here are some of our favorite ways to use OPO:
1. Wi-Fi Router
First and foremost, we always have our router plugged into OPO. Think about it: in today’s ever-connected ecosystem, how many items in your home won’t work without an internet connection? OPO’s battery storage ensures that even if the power goes out, your electronic devices will remain connected.
2. Smart Speaker
Digital home assistants like Alexa and Google Home are part of the family. Don’t let some wind keep you from your beloved in-house DJ, weatherman or news anchor.
3. Security Camera
The IoT (Internet of Things) has made it easier than ever to set up a smart home security system that allows you to monitor your home from almost anywhere. From doorbells to baby cameras, many of our home security products depend on continuous electricity. Plug your security device into OPO, and get uninterrupted peace of mind.
This one goes without saying. Outages are simply as outdated as using candlelight to read your book. Now, we love candles, and the coziness they offer, but keeping the lights on just shouldn't be a concern in 2018.
These are some of our top use cases for the home, but the list goes on and on. How will you use OPO?