Wireless smart control helps hoteliers save energy while meeting energy code compliance for hospitality rooms
November 4, 2015
Leviton announced availability of its Omnistat™ 3 Hospitality Thermostat, a retrofit solution developed specifically for guest room energy management. The thermostat has a capacitive touch face, and when paired with wireless Leviton Lumina RF load controls and sensors, the company said it provides affordable guest room control.
The buzzwords "Internet of Things" and "Smart Homes" have been talked about inside and outside the HVAC industry lately, even appearing in The Wall Street Journal and on the cover of Time. It's fair to say most consumers are aware of the trend, and as they start to expect more out of their HVAC equipment, they'll also expect more from their contractors.
Geofencing Provides Energy Savings, Fine Tune Feature Provides the Most Comfortable Temperature
June 16, 2014
Honeywell has announced the launch of its new Lyric™ smart thermostat which the company said knows when homeowners are coming and going, based on smartphone location, to deliver comfort when they’re at home and savings when they’re away.
Awards Honor Top Performers in the HVAC, Controls, and Building Automation Industries
February 14, 2014
Honeywell announced that it won four Control Trends Awards at the organization’s annual ceremony held in New York City. Honeywell won awards in four different categories including: Building Automation System of the Year, Thermostat of the Year, Marketing Tools and Support, and HVAC Controls Executive of the Year.
ecobee Inc., the makers of Wi-Fi connected Energy Management System Si (EMS Si), recently announced a new partnership with Electricity Maine and Thayer Corp. to execute a pilot project as part of the Efficiency Maine Innovation Program.
Annual shipments of remote access and control thermostats that allow consumers to adjust the temperature in their homes via a smartphone and tablet are expected to quadruple by 2017 as consumers aim for increased comfort in their residences, according to a new report from IMS Research, now part of IHS.
Designed for high-voltage fan coil and baseboard applications, the SimpleComfort® SC700 series of fan coil thermostats includes four UL-listed, nonprogrammable models. They support 24 or 115-277 vac, three-speed fan, four-pipe heat/cool applications with precise comfort controls accurate to ±1°F.
A new family of large display thermostats has been added to the company’s line. The thermostats’ SpeedBar® multifunction button simplifies setup and operation. They offer ±1°F operating differential and ±1° static temperature accuracy. The thermostats control to Energy Aware® high performance standards.