The Smart Electric Heater: Appliances That Do More

The Smart Electric Heater: Appliances That Do MoreIn today’s world, connectivity is everything. Amid the furious pace of modern life, our homes, and the technology within them, is becoming quicker, more intelligent, and more accessible. In 21st century dwellings, absolutely everything, from lighting to security systems, can be controlled with the swipe of your finger and the same now applies to your heating. The days of traipsing from room to room and individually tweaking each heater in your system have well and truly gone. Instead, you can enjoy responsive temperature control from the palm of your hand. Whether you’re looking to join the smart home revolution or simply long for convenient control, look no further than a smart electric heating system…

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What are smart homes?

A smart home is just like any other home except its systems, appliances, and devices can be remotely controlled from a tablet, laptop, or mobile phone – allowing you to manage your property and everything within it from one convenient point of use, without having to use multiple controllers or individually interact with each system. It’s a 21st century way of handling your heating, lighting, and security systems whether you’re in or out of your home.

What is a smart electric heater?

Smart electric heaters are efficient, high-quality heating appliances that support app control via Bluetooth or WiFi. While they’re still only designed for on-demand heating as and when the need arises, smart electric heaters come equipped with the same innovative technology you might find on high-end electric radiators – allowing you to enjoy superior build quality, intuitive smart control, and detailed programming features.

What are the benefits of a smart electric heater?

Aside from the initial benefits of electric heaters, such as their rapid warm up times and versatile use in rooms that need a quick heat boost, smart electric heaters offer easy access from compatible devices. WiFi enabled electric heaters can be adjusted from anywhere in the world, allowing you to control your heating at work, on holiday, or anywhere you have an internet connection – so you can turn your heating on or off without having to be present at home. Especially useful throughout the chiller months, with a few simple taps, you can preheat your rooms so they’re perfectly warm by the time you get home. Alternatively, if you need to pop out unexpectedly, with a few taps, you can save energy and turn your heating off as you’re on your way out of the door. It’s an efficient, hassle-free method of controlling your heating that works in harmony with your routine.

Our newest smart electric heater: the VPN Series DSM

Technotherm VPN Series DSM Electric Panel Heater - WhiteThe VPN Series represents a game changer for on-demand heating. Featuring all the sophistication of a smart electric radiator, this intelligent electric heater goes above and beyond the basic remit of keeping offices or guestrooms warm, offering app-controlled heating that you can adjust from your pocket.

Manufactured to impeccable standards, the VPN Series DSM can be controlled using WiFi when purchased with the Technotherm WiFi Hub, the panel on the front of the heater, or using your voice and Amazon’s assistant Alexa, allowing you to control your heating however suits you best. Amend your schedule on the fly using your phone, ask Alexa to turn the temperature up by a few degrees, or revert to manual control if you’re close by. An invaluable asset for home offices, spare rooms, or anywhere you need additional heating, the VPN Series DSM reaches temperatures quickly and efficiently – rapidly warming your spaces while putting you in complete control.

Whether you’re looking to replace an outdated system or you’re after something to help contribute to your primary heating system, a smart electric heater is the way to go; expanding your heating horizons and bringing your home into the 21st century.        


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