Tuya T6E is a 4-inch control panel with a touchscreen running Android 8.1 on Rockchip PX30, WiFi, Bluetooth, and Zigbee, and designed to be wall-mounted for home automation and other HMI applications.
It looks fairly similar to the ITEAD NSPanel Pro introduced last month, for Tuya’s “Central Control System” (CSS) appears to be mostly designed for OEMs who want to roll their own products with custom firmware.
Tuya T6E specifications (details vary depending on OEM requirements):
- SoC – Rockchip PX30 quad-core Arm Cortex-A35 processor @ up to 1.5GHz with Mali-G31 MP2 GPU
- System Memory – 1GB, 2GB, or 4GB RAM
- Storage – 4GB to 8GB eMMC flash
- Display – 4-inch 480×480 IPS screen with 5-point capacitive touch
- Dual-array microphone with noise reduction
- 1 Watt speaker
- 10/100Mbps Ethernet RJ45 port
- 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi 4
- Bluetooth LE 4.2 and Bluetooth Mesh (Tuya SigMesh)
- Zigbee 3.0 gateway based on Tuya TYZS13 module
- RS485 serial port
- Misc – Light sensor, 2x built-in power relays.
- Power Input – 110V AC @ 60Hz and and 220V AC @ 50 Hz
- Dimensions – 86 x 86 x 10mm (without back case) or 86 x 86 x 36.6mm (with back case)
The system runs the older Android 8.1 like other devices based on Rockchip PX30, and you can create your own custom device on the Tuya website. The website should also generate firmware automatically for your requirements, but it was shown not to be secure in the past. Maybe this has improved since then.
You’ll find the Tuya “T6E” on the Tuya Expo website under various names including Moes T6E, Zemismart T6E, Hihome Smart Home Control Panel, UEMON Smart Home Control System, Smatek, Aubess Ethernet Smart Control Panel, and Corui Tuya Multi-functional Touch Screen with Alexa. You’ll also notice other “Central Control Panels” (CCP) or “Central Control Systems” (CCS), as the company calls them, with different display sizes.
Thanks to Hedda for the tip.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.