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To be installed on three types of valves: M30 x 1.5, Danfoss RTD-Nand Danfoss RA-N
Compatible with Apple HomeKit
Built-in battery recharged through standard micro-USB port
Easy installation - no tools required
Can use an external temperature sensor
Supports heating schedules
The Heat Controller - The most intelligent thermostat. Ever.
Simplicity combined with technology is the key to revolution. Based on the cubic capacity of your room, our thermostatic radiator head, calculates how much time it takes to reach the temperature you want. Moreover, the current temperature is indicated by the appropriate ring color. You no longer have to read the temperature on poor displays. Try, set your temperature and discover the color language.
See how amazingly simple and efficient heating management can be. You can install the FIBARO Heat Controller on any number of radiators and they will co-operate with each other to provide the optimum temperature. No other controller offers such a level of heating comfort and such an array of possibilities. Wherever you are, whenever you are: use your hand, use your voice or use your mobile app to have precision control of the heating in every room in your home.
The most advanced technology and its unique design make the device a perfect whole, able to transform your home. Managing the temperature has never been as precise and as simple before.
A typical heating system is ineffective...
Think, why would you warm up an entire building or let your apartment get cold? A house has many rooms, and each of them should be heated in an appropriate manner. Our thermostatic radiator head can provide the perfect answer.
No matter what!
The coldest winter in years! No problem for our thermostatic radiator heads! It will recognize how the walls of your home react to the cold yet the temperatures inside will stay the way you have set them.
Innovative approach to supplying power
The FIBARO Heat Controller possess comfortable and cost-effective batteries, which can be charged using standard phone or power bank chargers. Once charged, they will work throughout the entire heating season, and if the battery is low, the device will remind you about the necessity to charge it itself. You won’t have to look for or buy new batteries ever again.
Our thermostatic radiator head will control the operation of your heating system. Based on characteristic symptoms, the FIBARO Heat Controller will be able to diagnose whether the heater works correctly. You will immediately be notified in case of a failure in the system and you can decide how you wish to deal with it.
Rooms with no secrets
Enjoy the convenience of an intelligently managed heating system. The FIBARO Heat Controller will react to the number of people in a room, an open window and another heat source like a fireplace. It will consider all these conditions and will provide a stable temperature ensuring comfort and savings.
HomeKit is an initiative that was introduced by Apple and works across the iOS and macOS ecosystem. It is designed as an "integration layer" between all existing and new Smart Home technologies.
One problem with a typical Smart Home is that if you want the best system for each task - be it lighting, heating, security, energy monitoring or media control - you'll often end up with several different systems that can't communicate with each other.
You'll also likely have several different Apps or web User Interfaces (UIs) for remote control purposes, which means frequently chopping and changing between Apps or web browser tabs. It can become hard to keep track of what device is controlled by what App - especially for the less technical user!
Apple HomeKit has the rather lofty goal of bringing all these disparate systems together by enabling their Apps to interconnect, allowing your devices to work together and make them controllable in more ways, straight from your iPhone, iPad or MAC PC.
Over 100 worldwide brands have committed to providing devices that are compatibile with HomeKit so the range is expanding every day. Crucially every device that wishes to utilise the HomeKit framework has to be submitted to and reviewed by Apple themselves before it can be approved, which ensures an excellent out-of-the-box experience. In particular Apple offers the most simple setup process for HomeKit devices - simply bring your Apple phone or tablet in close proximity to the device if it offers NFC capabilities or simply scan the HomeKit setup code with on the device itself or in its instructions. It will be instantly paired and configured.
With the Home App, or with any other Home compatibile App (such as Eve or HomeDash), you can easily and securely control all your HomeKit devices from all your Apple devices, even when you are away from home. Recent improvements to the system such as HomeKit enabled Internet Routers mean that it's now even more secure.
AirPlay 2 enabled devices such as TVs and music players can also be added to the Home App, allowing them to be integrated into your wider Smart Home logic. HomeKit Secure Video is another advanced feature, allowing supported cameras to forward activity footage for analysis to determine if people, pets or cars are present. All of this happens locally within your home with no reliance on Cloud services, other than for securely storing the recorded video itself in your iCloud account.
Scene capabilities will allow you to set devices across all manner of technologies all with a single command - your "Leaving Home" Scene could turn off your Philips Hue lighting, lower the temperature on your Nest Thermostat, lock your Yale door locks and arm your Z-Wave security system.
HomeKit also integrates the Apple voice recognition / synthesis technology known as Siri, allowing you to use natural language to control your Smart Home. Tell Siri "Turn on the upstairs lights", "Set home temperature to 21°C" or even a simple "Good night" and she will interpret your commands perfectly.
The final piece of the puzzle that HomeKit provides is the ability to use cross-technology logic - so different products can trigger each other based on additional conditions. For example "set the bathroom radiator to 22°C at 06:00 but only when you're at home and only if your alarm is set for 06:30".
It should be noted however that any logic functionality or remote access control are dependant on an "always on" Apple device such as a HomePod, Apple TV or iPad being permanently present in your home.
HomeKit promises to be an exciting addition to our Smart Homes and we can't wait to see it reach its full potential over the coming years!