Convectair’s Connectair aids in “energy sobriety”
November 21, 2017 - Convectair, a manufacturer and distributor of electric heating systems, introduced Connectair—a digital device consisting of a wall controller and interface to connect any home device using the Z-Wave and Z-Wave Plus protocols, thereby centralizing their management.
With cloud capability, Connectair’s ecosystem includes elements such as heating, lighting, door locks, shutters and water valves, as well as security items. Through a simple platform, users can control their devices and create usage scenarios via phone, tablet, computer or wall control panel. According to the company, Connectair allows its users to better manage and reduce their energy consumption while maintaining the same level of comfort.
“Connectair is a significant addition to our line and represents our desire to broaden our sphere of action on comfort in the home and our effort to work toward energy sobriety,” said Convectair’s Bernard Pitre.
PHOTO: Connectair unveiling, October 2017. Photo courtesy Convectair.
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