This connected thermostat features installation and access via the Lyric app (iOS and Android) and customized geofencing, which allows it to easily adapt to the end user’s schedule. The thermostat’s options may be configured at the unit itself.
Company offers six models, three for residential use and three for commercial use
October 12, 2016
Venstar® announced that its ColorTouch® touch screen Wi-Fi® thermostat was named a 2016 Product of the Year by Business Intelligence Group’s BIG Award for Business awards program. The BIG Awards reward companies, products, and people that are leading their respective industries.
Part of the Low-Income, In-Home Monitoring Program
October 3, 2016
Energate Inc., a provider of interactive energy management solutions, announced a new partnership with Stream, a provider of connected services, to supply programmable communicating thermostats (PCT) and in-home displays (IHD) to up to 30,000 eligible Texas customers.
More and more homeowners are gravitating toward the control and convenience offered by new thermostats, which are designed to make managing energy easier than ever before. But, despite all the bells and whistles, consumers are most often looking for simple solutions because their time is valuable — and most don’t want to spend a lot of time tracking their energy use.
Eco IQ provides advanced self-learning algorithm to maximize user comfort and energy savings
July 25, 2016
Schneider Electric has announced the new Eco IQ™ self-learning feature of its Wiser Air™ Wi-Fi smart thermostat. The company said, instead of requiring users to enter desired temperature set points, its users now only need to provide feedback when they’re not comfortable.
Voyager thermostats are also compatible with other smart home solutions, including ZigBee and Z-Wave
June 17, 2016
Venstar® announced that its Voyager® programmable Wi-Fi® thermostats are now compatible with Amazon® Echo, giving users voice control over thermostat functions including setting temperatures and turning on heating or air conditioning for one or multiple thermostats in their homes.
EnergyHub collaboration latest in Sensi thermostat’s expanding list of integrations
June 14, 2016
Emerson announced its Sensi™ Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat is now eligible for demand response programs managed by EnergyHub. EnergyHub, a leading provider of connected device management for utilities, will include the Sensi thermostat in its utility demand response programs.
This residential thermostat is engineered and designed to integrate with any conventionally wired HVAC system. Near field communication, a set of short-range wireless technologies, and a dedicated distributor app allow the contractor to preconfigure settings before arriving at a residence.
ecobee Inc. announced that its ecobee3 smart Wi-Fi thermostat with room sensors is the first thermostat to be directly compatible with the Amazon Echo system, offering homeowners added convenience and comfort through Amazon’s cloud-based voice service, Alexa.