For example: Shaking to control the night light on the Aqara Hub; Flip 90° to turn on/off the Aqara Smart Plug; Flip 180° to control the Aqara Smart Wall Switch.
FAQs for Aqara Cube
What does the Aqara Cube do?
The Aqara Cube can be operated in 7 ways: Flip 90°, Flip 180°, Shake, Rotate, Tap Twice, Push, and Motion detected after a minute. You can set up automations in the Aqara Home app that will allow you to control all of your smart devices.
The Aqara Cube uses a gyroscope sensor and you can operate the designated action in any direction.
Can I connect the Aqara Cube to my mobile phone directly?
The Aqara Cube cannot be connected to the mobile phone directly. An Aqara Hub is required, please connect the Aqara Hub with the mobile phone, and then connect the Aqara Cube to the hub.
What is the maximum communication distance between the Aqara Cube and the Aqara Hub?
The maximum communication distance between the Aqara Cube and the about Hub is about 10 meters(30 ft), including barriers, such as, walls.
If the external network (ie. Wi-Fi) is down, will the Aqara Cube still function?
If the external network is down, the app control function for the Aqara Cube will no longer be available. But the local control automation for the Aqara Cube will not be affected and its connection with other smart devices will function normally.
How to identify multiple Aqara Cubes bound to the Aqara Hub?
You can rename the Aqara Cubes to distinguish them. After the Aqara Cube connects to the Aqara Hub successfully, you will be given an option to rename it. You can also rename it on the settings page for the Aqara Cube.
No, Apple Home does not have an interface that supports the Aqara Cube control operations, so the Aqara Cube cannot connect to HomeKit. Please download the Aqara Home app for use.