Wireless home-automation system

Ecodhome, wireless home automation, control, space heating

Ecodhome’s My Virtuoso Home is an automated wireless system that can provide wireless and remote control of a host of home requirements.

It enables the end user to remotely monitor gas and electricity consumption, climate control in each room of the home; switch on and off and regulate lighting, and integrate all electrically powered devices. Energy bills can be reduced by as much as 30%.

The My Virtuoso system comes with features such as bespoke security controls to enable home security systems to be controlled via a smart phone or tablet and round-the-clock IP camera footage linked to smart phones or tablets to provide 24/7 monitoring.

The Ecodhome range is flexible and easy to integrate with existing systems in a home. The central hub can be synced to a range of ancillary items.

Thermostatic radiator valves and other devices that pair with the hub are available from Ecodhome.

Electrical devices with motors can be controlled — such as curtains, blinds, security gates, watering systems for gardens and all heating controls.

A built-in flood detector sends a warning to the associated wireless devices if a flood is detected in the home.

All electrical devices linked to the system are controlled in real time and monitor total electrical consumption.

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