Bad Salzdetfurth, November 15, 2021 – Anyone who uses radio-controlled radiator thermostats in a smart home knows the problem: the batteries have to be changed regularly. This is not only annoying, the battery waste is also at the expense of the environment. For environmentally conscious users, for whom the throwaway mentality goes against the grain, wesmartify now offers a sustainable alternative: the essentials radiator thermostat Energieautark BT. It obtains its energy supply from the available heating heat with the help of an integrated thermoelectric nanogenerator. The retail price is 79.95 euros.
The essentials radiator thermostat Energieautark BT can be retrofitted to any conventional radiator that has heating valves with an M30x1.5 thread. Adapters for Danfoss (RA, RAV, RAVL), Herz (M28x1.5) and Giacomini are available separately. Installation is possible without draining the heating water or interfering with the heating system.
Long-lasting energy storage
The cordless and battery-free device works energetically self-sufficient thanks to the energy harvesting principle. The internal energy storage is able to bridge several months without heating (e.g. in summer). If the memory is completely empty, the device can be charged via its microUSB port.
The radiator thermostat is commissioned conveniently using the plus/minus buttons on the device and the integrated display. In addition, the display shows, among other things, the target room temperature, the energy status of the thermostat, an active Bluetooth connection and an activated temperature reduction when the window is open.
Control and programming via smartphone
The target temperature and the time profiles already preconfigured in the thermostat can not only be set directly on the device. Thanks to the Bluetooth connection, control via the free essentials app, which is available for iOS and Android operating systems, is also possible. The time-controlled room temperature control only heats up at times when the occupants are present. Up to four heating intervals per day and the creation of individual weekly plans are available. There is also a boost function for extra fast heating and a party mode for overriding the stored heating programs in exceptional cases.
Compatible with Tuya's Smart Life App
Users of the widely used Smart Life app from Tuya do not need to download the essentials app as well. The essentials radiator thermostat Energieautark BT can also be controlled via the Smart Life app.
No Made in China!
The essentials radiator thermostat Energieautark BT is a particularly high-quality product that contains German engineering. For example, thanks to the well-engineered gearbox, the engine is characterized by its extremely smooth running; but attention was also paid to first-class quality with the remaining components. The radiator thermostat is produced within the EU.
essentials radiator thermostat energy self-sufficient BT
available through the wesmartify online shop, https://www.wesmartify.de/heizung/heizkoerperradiator/591/essentials-heizkoerperthermostat-energieautark-bt/
RRP: €79.95 incl. VAT
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The decision in favor of a smart home system can be associated with a number of hurdles: an unmanageable number of different providers, complex technical details, installation effort that is difficult to assess, high acquisition costs. That's why wesmartify has set itself the task of offering an easier way to an intelligent home: through self-explanatory technology and excellent on-site service.
Since 2019, wesmartify has been selling smart home products for beginners with its own brand essentials. In the same year, the company took third place in the SmartHome Deutschland Award in the “Best Start-Up” category. In April 2021, wesmartify.de was recognized as the best online shop in the Smart Home category. The survey was carried out by the Cologne analysis house ServiceValue in cooperation with DEUTSCHLAND TEST, a brand of the business magazine Focus Money.
More information at www.wesmartify.de
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