Energenie Launches New Range Of Smart Devices That Provides Unrivalled Flexibility And Simplicity To Monitor Energy Use

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Manchester, England 2 September 2015


As energy prices rise and the complexity of home heating controls increases, homeowners will welcome an entirely new range of easy-to-use energy saving products that could help to reduce energy bills by as much as 20%* in a simple yet effective way.

Energenie, makers of superior energy saving products and devices, has introduced the Mi|Home range of adapters and monitors, allowing greater control over heating, lighting and electrical appliances that is truly accessible to everyone.

Working remotely through either an iOS and Android app or a PC, users can simply scan the Gateway with their phone and immediately begin using the central hub of the system to control the full range of easy-to-use retrofit actuators.

The modularity of the system means that users can add products as and when they want, in the knowledge it will be compatible with existing products in the home, and provide a strategic and cost-effective way to gauge energy use and expenditure.

The Mi|Home range can monitor the energy usage of individual sockets, groups or scenes in real-time or over time to see which devices consume the most power and should be turned off.

Its Smart features mean users can easily set timers and programmes to fit Mi|Home into their schedule, while geofencing enables control of the products from a remote location and IFTTT means triggers can be anything from the weather to Facebook.

Oliver Tadd, commercial director at Energenie: said: "Mi|Home gives consumers back control over their energy consumption. Once the devices have been installed, it allows households to change their energy usage as well as shifting their behaviour towards consuming less energy.

"Through the Internet of Things, the devices can be linked to other devices in the home and applications within them talk to each other.

"With low installation costs and the best value entry model considered cost-effective given it's a modular system, households can choose elements from a range of devices depending on the need.

"For example, zoned-controlled heating when it's cool in the morning, or lighting in rooms that are only occupied at night. The devices could even be used to turn your washing machine on, or your oven off, straight from an iphone or PC when you are out of the house."

The complete Mi|Home range comprises:

* MiHome heating - for zoned heating control
* Mi|Home Light - integrated control of wall and ceiling light
* Mi|Home Socket - integrated control of devices and appliances
* Mi|Home Adapter Plus - manage devices and record consumption
* Mi|Home Home Adapter - control devices and appliances
* Mi|Home Home Monitor - live energy recording
* Mi|Home meter - energy data for your whole house.

Entry level model costs start from £70 and are available to buy from https://energenie4u.co.uk/catalogue/category/Home-Automation

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