Affordable, easy to install heating controls accessable from your smartphone.
Monitor and manage your heating room by room from anywhere.
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Heating control made easy using one app to control each room.
What can i do with Lightwave Smart heating?
Reduce heat loss
Room by room control
The LightwaveRF Home Thermostat and Boiler Switch allow you to monitor, schedule and control your boiler in real-time manually or from your smartphone, tablet or PC. This can be done at or away from home. Introducing smartphone control of your boiler means that you can control your heating schedule and set real time temperatures from anywhere at any time. This is not only convenient in terms of comfort, but it can also save you energy. If you are unexpectedly out late, make sure that you don’t heat an empty house, but use your phone to turn on the boiler 30 minutes before you return.
LightwaveRF is very useful for monitoring and managing a second home, holiday home or static caravan. The energy monitor will allow you to keep an eye on power consumption; plugin sockets or dimmers can put on lights on a timer for security; Radiator Valves and Boiler control can make sure that the heating is under control and warm the house before you or your guests arrive; and relays or power sockets can manage gates, curtains or switch off anything that may have been left on.
A lot of energy can be wasted when windows are left open in a heated room. When attached to a window frame, a LightwaveRF Magnetic Trigger can automatically instruct a LightwaveRF radiator valve to turn down the radiator temperature when it detects an open window. It will then automatically restore the temperature when the window is closed.
Heating the whole house can be wasteful. Often, every room may be heated, but most remain unoccupied. By turning down radiators in rooms that are not being used with LightwaveRF Radiator Valves, significant energy can be saved.
Energy is saved because demand on the boiler, and the rate at which fuel is being burned is reduced. When you consider that a radiator at maximum output can expend as much energy as an electric fire or kettle, it is easy to see how a bit of extra control can help to save energy and money.