Make Your Dumb Air Conditioner Smarter
Smart thermostats are all the rage right now, but what happens when you are one of the millions of people that have a stand-alone room air conditioner or heating unit that isn't controlled by a central thermostat system?
Sensibo Sky makes it easy for you to control your stand-alone air conditioner or heat pump anytime, right from your smartphone. Sensibo Sky is a device gives you better control of your home's temperature, connecting with window A/C units, split A/C units, mobile A/C units, portable A/C units and more, and control through the app right from a smartphone.
With Sensibo you will be able to control, monitor, automate and save energy. In one app control many devices, and share your devices with your family at home and colleagues in the office.
The app features unlimited 7-day scheduling so you can define as many schedules as you'd like: warm the house when you wake up in the morning, turn off the A/Cs automatically after you go to sleep, and explore endless other possibilities.
Automatically turns on and off
Using the phone location - Sensibo automatically turns on the A/C before you arrive. It also turns off the A/C when everybody leaves, and helps to save energy and enjoy a peace of mind.
Works with Amazon Echo & Google Home
Sensibo works with Amazon Echo & Google Home. Just one click to link Sensibo to your Amazon or Google assistant and you're set to go. Control the temperature with your voice with no need to take the phone out of your pocket.
With Sensibo you can use phrases like: 'Alexa, turn on the living room' and 'Ok Google, turn off the bedroom'.
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