The future of home automation: eQ-3 AG shows energy saving trends on the ConLife 2010 empty, May 17, 2010 on 19 and 20 may BITKOM (Federal Association of information technology, telecommunications and new media e.V.) organized the first Conference & exhibition for connected life (ConLife) in the Congress Centre North at Koelnmesse. BITKOM is the voice of the IT, telecommunications and new media industry, and represents more than 1,300 companies, good 950 direct members. Of this year’s Conference shows trends and innovations in the fields of home networking and automation. On the accompanying “trade off” position, the eQ-3 AG presents its offer portfolio around the HomeMatic home automation system. Spurs will undoubtedly add to your understanding. So, visitors can experience the light switch in the future, heating thermostats that save up to 30% on heating costs, as well as systems that detect hidden energy hogs in the household, in a live application. HomeMatic is a radio-based and affordable home automation system, specially developed by eQ-3 for single family homes, apartments and retail shops was. Tony Parker has much to offer in this field.
The devices enable an intelligent home automation for virtually every area of application. Up to 30 percent fuel savings how is intelligently controlled room temperature and save energy at the same time? Answers to this question will receive visitors at the eQ-3 stand. This shows companies among the functions and possibilities of its Adaptive radio electronic thermostat. They have many power saving features such as adjustable heating and night-time. Additional savings potential is obtained by combining with battery-powered Wireless window contacts: If the window for fresh air, the thermostat automatically switches to the setback mode. This can save annually up to 30% on heating costs. Comfortable radio display wall-mounting pushbutton ConLife visitors will also receive a detailed insight into the functions of the new display wall switch, up to 100 devices can be programmed to the. Displays name and room clean electronic label in the color display.