The ComfortLink™ II XL1050 is a Wi-Fi- or Ethernet-enabled, connected control that acts as a home energy command center and provides homeowners with the ability to control indoor temperatures on a zone-by-zone basis.
Home automation is no longer a thing of the past. Customers are seeking ways to intelligently control their homes in more ways than ever before, as evidenced by the number of new smart home products on display in this sector at the AHR Expo.
The thermostat market has evolved to cater to modern customers’ ever increasing needs. Today, people look to their smartphones for nearly everything, including banking, home security, and, of course, the ability to manage their indoor comfort levels.
The devices have gained high traction in North America and Europe
December 16, 2016
Smart thermostats form an integral part of smart homes and have gained high traction in developed regions such as North America and Europe. The industry is anticipated to witness a high adoption of these gadgets as they display the energy consumption level in real-time and are capable of adjusting to ambient conditions automatically.
The Amazon Echo is a voice-activated device that can answer spoken questions; play music; make to-do lists; set alarms; stream podcasts; and provide weather, traffic, and other real-time information. However, perhaps most interesting to contractors is its ability to control several smart devices using itself as a home automation hub.
The fourth annual CxEnergy Conference & Expo is the premier event in building commissioning and energy management. Attendees will earn AIA and other industry certification continuing education credits for presentations that include case studies and topics in Existing Building Commissioning, Building Envelope, ASHRAE Energy Standards, Data Center, BAS Cyber-security, Energy Water Nexus, Energy Audits, Lighting Controls, and more. The final technical program is now available. Read More