How can smart technologies positively affect our lives
Whether we like them or not, smart technologies simplified our lives. Using them isn’t only good for lower bills, but we are also helping the environment. Smart technologies are allowing us to improve our habits. One of them being in control of our home completely. Do you know how much power do your appliances consume? Or which consumes the most electricity? With smart technologies, we can track the consumption of the devices and that gives us the privilege of smart decision making. We can see which devices use the most power and based on that, decide how we will use them. Will we still wash our laundry when the washing machine is half full? Will we leave the TV on all night?
How can smart consumption becomes part of everyday life
Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about smart consumption and how it affects the environment. We know that saving our planet is not a one men job. However, as individuals we can make a difference that matters. In the past, the only way we could make an impact was taking public transport or a bike. Today smart technologies help us making a difference even when we are at home. One of the simplest changes we can implement is smart thermostats and meters. They will learn when you leave and when you return home. Not only that. They will also learn what is your temperature preference in the summer and winter. Based on that information they will regulate the temperature in your home. By only running the heating or AC when needed, you will save some money and help the environment.
Smart technologies: smart thermostats and smart underfloor heating
We all know that heating represents about half of our total energy usage. By every degree we can lower the temperature, we save money. One of the best improvements that we can do in our home is getting a smart thermostat. Not only it will learn our habits and turn off/on when needed, but it will also measure our power consumption. The Qubino On/Off Thermostat 2 is a wireless hot water and heating controller that measures the power consumption as well. The thermostat can be used with any heating system. You can set a schedule for your thermostat, and control the temperature even when you are not home. No more returning to a cold home in the winter or a sauna in the summer. Now you can set the temperature before returning to your house with your smartphone. You can even set it to prevent the temperature drops. A smart thermostat is perfect for underfloor heating. You can heat up each room separately so it’s catered to every family member’s needs. Your power consumption will be measured and your measurements will show up in your smart app. If you wish you can choose increased or decreased power consumption values that you want to be reported. You can set Qubino On/Off Thermostat 2 to your rhythm and reduce energy costs.
All that by keeping your home as warm or cold as needed. It’s is excellent for hot water pumps,
electric radiators, electric water heaters, and electric or water-based underfloor heating systems.
Smart technologies: Smart thermostat and domestic water heater
Returning home after a winter holiday can be unpleasant. We arrive tired from the trip, our home is cold and because we were away for a while, so is the water. That can now be changed with smart technologies. We can return to a warm home, take a long shower with hot water and go to bed. Smart thermostats became widely popular because they can be installed in every home. Returning to our home shouldn’t be difficult and dreadful. All we have to do is choose the right solution for us. Is it Qubino Flush On/Off Thermostat, Qubino Flush 1 Relay, Qubino Smart Plug 16A, Qubino Smart Meter or Qubino 3-Phase Smart Meter? Smart water heaters reduce the energy wasted by traditional water heaters and they are easy to regulate with a smart app. Now, you can turn the water heather at any time you want.
Best smart technologies to invest in
When thinking of smart technology, smart thermostats, and smart meters don’t really come to our minds. However, water and electricity are essential parts of our lives and something we don’t usually know the usage of on a daily basis. The consumption of electricity and water is something we find out when we get the bill. Knowing those stats, and knowing how much power is each smart device consuming, can be beneficial to our daily life. As humans, we are creatures of habit. Smart technologies can help us with that. Smart meters and thermostats can learn them and adjust settings accordingly. Base on the consumption we can regulate temperature, turn off the heating or turn off any device we don’t need, using just our smartphone. And just like that, we are saving energy and money.