Z-Wave Smart Home Automation

Smart Home Automation Sensors | Hogar Controls | Z-Wave India

Smart Home Automation Sensors | Hogar Controls | Z-Wave India

05/05/2020 | Ashwanth k

Smart Home Automation Sensors 

Temperature controls include Fan speed control, Outdoor temperature trigger, Environmental sensors, Analogue and Relay modules

Smart Home automation sensor products can maintain your home at a comfortable level at all times, monitoring temperature and humidity levels automatically. Avoid getting up or even be at home at all times to adjust the temperature. 

With our Smart Home Automation Sensors range of products, you can control multiple rooms from one location and easily schedule and pre-set temperature set points. Fan, AC, and cooler automation can be achieved very easily and effortlessly. 

Automatic Control System Technology

You can keep your home at an eco-friendly and more energy-efficient temperature while you are out and program it to automatically adjust to more comfortable levels by the time you get home. AC’s in the house can be set to turn on every hour to run for 10 mins and turn off automatically, instead of running all night non-stop, thereby saving a ton of energy overnight. 

Windows and doors can be set to automatically open and close to leverage on the natural ventilation to cool your home. Doors and windows can be set to auto-close when AC is turned on saving a lot of energy.

Monitoring your AC consumption can easily help you detect wastage and over usage during a set time of the day. This will help you identify patterns and energy-saving settings that you can use to reduce your power bill.  

Control Everything With Your Smart Phone

Coming home early? Use your smartphone to turn on your AC and control the climate remotely, even set inside home temperature by monitoring the basement or outside temperature and humidity level.

Ask Alexa or Google Assistant to control and set the Fan Speed, AC temperature level, and windows blinds. Huge energy and money savings can be achieved, thanks to the demand-based energy use that can be achieved via a timer program with a temperature profile or even via a presence signal.

As the temperature variables of all the rooms are available centrally via the central system, heating and cooling energy can be generated according to demand and with a high level of efficiency.

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