Not only are our self-learning radiators super-smart – they’re also Wifi compatible and fully programmable, so you can have as much control over your radiators as you want. The self-learning function makes energy saving easy, but sometimes you want that extra control to fine-tune your heating to your personal preferences.
For full programming control over your SmartWave radiators you will need to purchase a SmartBox to connect your radiators to the internet. The SmartBox simply plugs into your router and uses a radio frequency to communicate with your radiators. The SmartBox can control an unlimited number of radiators and has a range of 60m through solid walls, so, unless you live in a palace, you will only need one SmartBox for your entire household.
You will then need to download the Haverland heating app onto your laptop, tablet or phone. The app has been intuitively designed to make programming your radiators as quick and easy as possible. You can control all your radiators from the same app and can even add additional properties, which is useful if you have a second home, or you are in charge of multiple holiday lettings. The app allows you to control your heating from anywhere in the world, making it easy to change temperatures or switch radiators on or off when you’re away from home. If you’re coming home early you can tweak your heating to make sure it’s warm when you get back. If you’re going to be late back you can save energy by keeping your radiators in economy mode until you get back. The main benefit of the heating app, however, is that it allows you to programme your radiators yourself. You can do this easily by tweaking the SmartWave’s self-learned heating programmes. With an easy-read visual representation of your heating programmes, all you have to do is swipe to change the heating symbol shown for each hour. Then, whenever you run your radiator in manual mode, it will use your personalised heating programme.
If you purchase your SmartWave radiators without a SmartBox you will be able to control your radiators to a limited extent using manual mode. Manual mode allows you to set and change the current temperature of your radiator between anti-freeze, economy and comfort mode. However, it does not allow you to programme the radiators in advance.