Voice Control Using Amazon Alexa - Voice Commands

After you have successfully linked your Amazon Alexa-enabled device (sold separately) with your CyberQ Cloud (please refer to the 'Voice Control Initial Setup' in the manual for directions), you can start using voice commands, allowing you to monitor and control your device with just the sound of your voice. 

Alexa expects commands spoken in a specific way. Often she can interpret variations, but we recommend using the commands as listed below. For the food names and specific temperatures and timer settings, you should substitute with your own settings.

  1. Alexa, Ask CyberQ Cloud, what is the pit temperature?
  2. Alexa, Ask CyberQ Cloud, what is the food 1 temperature?
  3. Alexa, Ask CyberQ Cloud, what is the food 2 temperature? 
  4. Alexa, Ask CyberQ Cloud, what is the food 3 temperature? 
  5. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set food 1 target temperature to 100.
  6. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set food 2 target temperature to 130.
  7. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set food 3 target temperature to 150.
  8. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set food 1 name to sausage.
  9. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set food 2 name to brisket.
  10. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set food 3 name to hamburgers.
  11. Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, set timer to 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  12. Alexa, Ask CyberQ Cloud, how much time is left on the timer?

Multiple Devices: Amazon Alexa voice control will control the default CyberQ Cloud. For our customers who own more than one CyberQ Cloud, we have added the ability to change the default device in your account with the sound of your voice. This way you can switch between your device and control each one with your voice. To switch your default device say:

Alexa, Tell CyberQ Cloud, Switch Default CyberQ Cloud.

Alexa will then prompt you with the names of the different devices with a number for each one. You then should respond with the number for the device you want as your new default. Once successfully changed, your voice commands will now use your new default device.