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Danfoss has launched a free smart home skill for the voice-activated Alexa system. The skill is enabled via the app for the Danfoss Link Central Controller or Danfoss TPOne-S programmable room thermostat. Once a pairing code provided by the app has been entered into the Alexa system, homeowners can use voice commands to control the temperature in their house for optimum energy efficiency and comfort.
Gareth Ash, Danfoss Marketing and Technical Support Manager, says: “Being able to use simple voice commands to control the temperature of your home takes Danfoss Smart Home Heating Solutions to new levels of ease and convenience – and will also help consumers keep their homes comfortably and affordably warm.”
They can ask Alexa questions such as what the current temperature in the bedroom is, or use an Alexa-enabled command to increase or decrease the temperature in the living room.
“As well as the user benefits, the ability to connect the latest Danfoss heating controls with this popular voice-recognition technology will also be a great selling point for installers,” says Gareth Ash.
The new Danfoss Link central controller provides wireless control of the heating system by linking all the elements of a home’s heating controls, including room sensors and Danfoss’s electronic TRVs. The system is easy to program using the central controller or the Danfoss Link app to personalise heating schedules. In addition to the end-user benefits, Danfoss has made installation both quick and easy with online information guides and videos. Installers can also download the latest software version for their customers using the WiFi link on the central controller.
For more information visit www.heating.danfoss.co.uk