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LightwaveRF, the leading UK Automation developer has introduced a new addition to its Connect series of Smart Home wireless products, which enables accurate control and monitoring of heating systems in the home, using a PC, Smartphone or Tablet.
Very soon home owners will be enabled to set-up, control and monitor their central heating boilerâ€™s on/off times, every room temperature, or temperature of zones throughout the house via the Internet from everywhere in the world.
This new LightwaveRF Heating collection is part of the companyâ€™s Connect range of products, which consists of sockets, switches, relays and dimmers that control appliances, lighting, entertainment systems as well as nearly all electrical equipment.
evohome, a leading global heating control manufacturer has launched its new evohome system, consisting of controller, hot water and heating kits plus accessories in the UK.
So consumers can now benefit from a touch screen controlled programmable thermostat in full colour, operable via their mobile phone, all over the world.
How the evohome Heating Control System works:
Introducing the PassivLiving Heat System, which is a professionally installed remote controlled heating system that replaces your existing heating controls and thermostat and enables you to manage your central heating boiler more efficiently.
At present you probably have to estimate when you require the boiler to switch on in the morning and struggle with complicated on/off timers for your hot water.
PassivLiving Heat is intended to change the way energy is used in your home, by enabling you to manage your existing oil, gas or LPG heating system, whether at home or away.
Honeywell has introduced evohome, a new smart home heating solution that looks after the control, efficiency and comfort of your home central heating.
Evohome works by Zoning:
It enables you to set the temperature for all of the rooms in your home, as well as programme the on and off schedule for your heating and manage your hot water.
One For All has introduced INFINITY its latest universal remote control, which includes a SmartScreen to simplify every command by highlighting only the keys that you really need.
The One For All INFINITY is the only universal remote that has a SmartScreen – a ground-breaking user interface, which adapts to the action you wish to control.
The control comes in jet black with classy silver detailing, or a striking snowy white.
Whirlpool has launched Green Generation, a new advanced washing machine, which ensures that even the worst stains are taken care of.
The modernized Whirlpool WWCR 9435/2 incorporates some exciting improvements and innovations that can make an important difference in the daily life of a contemporary household: First of all, the new model offers an exceptional A+++ energy rating, thus saving money via energy efficiency. The energy consumption is now only 189 kWh annually, which is a reduction of 18% compared to the previous model! It also draws 860 ltrs. less water annually, which is enough water to provide 14 extra showers for the family. The large interior proportions offer more flexibility, as the extra large 9kg drum deals with 80 per cent more washing than the 5kg one, so that it easily deals with outsized household items such as comforters or blankets and reduces the amount of wash loads required annually. The integrated 6th SenseÂ® smart technology monitors and adjusts the amount of energy, water and time needed, to provide the best possible cleaning results, as well as a 50% saving on resources. The Eco Monitor indicates the amount of energy that your choice of wash setting is about to use, which helps you to easily control the energy used. Colours and fabrics are protected by the Colours15 option, so that they last longer.
This machine encourages the user to select the most advantageous option e.g. washing at 15Â°C provides the same result as choosing to wash at 40Â°C, reducing the amount of energy used, thus saving money.
Kogan the direct to consumer producer and retailer has launched the Agora 32â€ Smart LED TV in the UK, making access to the web on big screen TV more affordable than before.
The Kogan Agora Smart LED TV is power driven by Android 4.0 (ICS) and offers features normally seen on smartphones and tablets. For only Â£259, the Agora Smart TV enables users to browse the Internet, connect to YouTube, power Android games and apps, follow social media effortlessly and lots more. Itâ€™s sure to transform the way Brits relate to their TV set. There is also an integral PVR function to rewind, record and pause live TV; Three USB inputs for photo playback and playing movies; ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, plus HDMI inputs.
Kogan have created a Smart TV that offers loads of Internet capability at a very reasonable price and since they manufacture design and ship the products themselves, they can cut out the middlemen and give the savings to UK consumers.
Shimu the foremost Chinese furniture specialists, have introduced a stunning new choice of oriental style home lighting, to its impressive collection of household accessories.
Select from a beautiful selection of superior ceramic lamps, which includes attractive botanical designs with flowers and birds, all superbly finished with a matching silk shade and a sturdy base.
Introducing a new portable Sampler (retro style) DAB+FM radio from Emma Bridgewater.
This desirable retro radio features a leather border and handle, which makes it practical as well as beautiful.
The radio features:
Introducing the Hunter Fan Company, an International supplier of electric fans now launching in the UK.
Father and son, John and James Hunter, produced their first water driven ceiling fans in 1886. Later on Hunter developed a ceiling fan – one of the first such products powered by electricity.
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