Climate in a Smart home
It is no secret that the microclimate in the house affects human health. There are times when everything had to be done manually, run air conditioners, manually turn on lighting and electrical appliances. Thanks to the “Smart home” system, a person no longer needs to manage all this, the system will do it for him.
One of the undeniable advantages of the Smart home system is that it can control the indoor climate. This is achieved by monitoring and integrating the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Thanks to the system, the microclimate works as a whole, creating favorable climate control modes in the house.
Before you start building or repairing a house, you need to work out all the details on the device of the air conditioning, ventilation and heating systems in order to connect the systems to the smart home, everything functions normally and there are no losses in the energy efficiency of the house.
How to create a microclimate in the house
To create your own indoor climate, Smart home uses the following systems:
electric window opening drives.
To make all this work automatically, the Smart home is helped by various sensors that constantly record the state of the microclimate in the room. “You can also control the microclimate remotely using control panels, smartphone apps, and websites with a personal account where your home is linked.
The room temperature and humidity are analyzed using temperature sensors, and if necessary, the Smart home system will maintain the climate norm specified in the control panel.
Why do I need a “Smart home” in the room’s microclimate
Thanks to numerous settings for thermal control of the room, the Smart home system allows you to save money on paying for utilities. When visitors are in the house, the system will maintain a comfortable environment, and in the absence of people, in order to save resources, the system can reduce the temperature in the room, go into standby mode.
Also, the Smart home can create an individual microclimate in each individual room. For example, it can make the room temperature higher in the children’s room where the child is located than in other rooms, turn on the air filtration and ionization system, and in the office on the contrary, make the room a little cool and fresh for comfortable work.
The climate system optimally uses the energy resources of the systems. For example, when the air is cooled by a split, the Smart home system will not allow the heating to work for heating, i.e. it will not work “against each other”.
The microclimate is controlled by controllers and thermostats located in the room and controlled by the smart home system.
What happens if the sensors fail
The Smart home system constantly monitors sensors and thermostats, which eliminates the occurrence of emergency situations, and if some sensors fail, the systems will still function offline.