Use Smart Devices And Weather Data To Save Money While Conserving Water, And Much More
We use smart devices to ask for the weather which we then use to shut the windows, pull the drapes, and more.
Most of the irrigation controllers connected to the home-automation system have a rain sensor so that they do not water the plants or the lawn if it’s going to soon rain. If it has rained recently, the sensor will trigger a delay in the activity.
Integrate the automation system with a local weather station or an Internet service to shunt the irrigation system when rain is on the way.
If you want to cool your house, the best and the most energy efficient idea is to open the windows. If you are not around when it’s time to close the windows, motorized window actuators, controlled via your home-control system, come to the rescue. It senses rain and will automatically shut the windows before.
Motorized screens can be used to keep the insects away on the outdoor place. Since they are not very sturdy, your home automation system can monitor the weather and retract the screen in case of bad weather, keeping the screens safe. Your system can be kept in tune with the weather report for any sudden change in the heat or the cold.
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