MyAir; Air Conditioning Zone Control Review

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MyAir; Air Conditioning Zone Control Review

MyAir; the smart air conditioning management system

Advantage Air is a premium reverse cycle air conditioning management system from Advantage Air’s. It has individual room airflow control and a touchscreen that is also an Android tablet.

Advantage Air - My Air Smart Zone Control

Specifications

Advantage Air allows you to take full control of your HVAC system either through its powerful thermostat or, thanks to the app, with your mobile.

The great feature of this smart thermostat is that it allows you to regulate absolutely everything related to the air conditioning of your room. The system will take care of first reaching, and then maintaining the perfect temperature for your home or office.

MyAir-air conditioning zone control

Savings

It is estimated that consumption in air conditioning can account for 40% of the total cost of electricity in a home, and up to 60% in the case of offices. The integration of these types of systems promise to reduce this expense by up to 53%.

Comfort

The idea is to regulate the ideal temperature for each room according to your needs, obtaining the comfort you are looking for. 

In addition, it allows total control of the air conditioning of the home and office from anywhere and at any time through a computer, tablet or Smartphone. 

Therefore, you can be at work and program the air conditioning so that when you return home you have your cool home to rest.

Compatibility

The idea is that their systems are compatible with the top brands in the air conditioning market, thus affording almost everyone the chance to upgrade their system with the Advantage Air.

Functioning

Airzone is made up of three elements:

  • The smart thermostats located in each room that require temperature control.
  • Emission equipment: motorized grilles or gates, solenoid valves and individual equipment.
  • A central system that analyzes the information and regulates the emission equipment.
The idea is to achieve a smart home and in the end integrate it with more home functionalities.

Airflow

You can control the air flow in each of the rooms from 5 to 100%. Thus, the air flow can be customized according to the personal preferences of each member of the household.

Conclusion

If you are looking for the greatest comfort and convenience for your home, this is your ideal system.

It is the perfect option for a home with several rooms or anyone on the lookout for a cutting edge conditioning unit capable of personalising a space according to season, routine or any number of personal preferences.

On top of this, the unit could also save the owner both energy and even money.

If you like the latest technology and the new reality where everything can be controlled with your Smartphone, this is your system.

Images source: advantageair.com.au

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