Climate Control


Climate Control

An energy management system allows you to monitor and control the energy consumption of your air conditioner, lights, electronics, and some large appliances. With a detailed history as well as an accurate, real-time analysis of consumption in hand, you know exactly what to expect the next time you get your energy bill. You can also monitor the energy created by your solar power, solar thermal or hydrogen fuel cell. Managing your energy is no longer just trying to use less, but also working to become energy independent in the future.

More Than Just a Thermostat

Many “smart” thermostats give you the option of setting minimum and maximum temperatures for various times of the day, but a truly smart thermostat will determine what “mode” your house is in and respond with the perfect temperature, whether you’re home or away. It can even adjust based on sunrise or sunset, or adapt to the current season.

Hidden Thermostat, Tidy Walls

Often the most convenient location for a thermostat is not necessarily the best place for the temperature sensor. You can put a hidden sensor anywhere in your home to maximize comfort and tuck the thermostat elsewhere, because you can adjust the thermostat manually from just about any device — smartphones, tablets, and touch screens.

Smart Climate Control

Heating and cooling your home can be expensive — especially if your HVAC system is cranking when it doesn’t need to be. Let your smart home orchestrate the proper set of functions to ensure optimal temperature efficiently. Shades raise or lower based on time of day, fans can turn on and off to help circulate air, and the AC or heat can turn on just before you arrive home, welcoming you back with the perfect temperature.


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Patricia E. Nicholson