Energy saving Smart Home
Monitoring and saving energy!
Electric meters installed in houses take a reading at the end of every month to determine the monthly bill based on the units of electricity consumed by each household. The energy consumption meter calculates the amount of energy consumed by various electrical devices and appliances, hence - the amount due to be paid.
Once energy usage is monitored and analyzed, Shelly will help you make informed energy management decisions and maximize savings by providing the best possible process automation solution based on the energy analysis and your personal energy efficiency goals.
Never again worry if you have forgotten a light switched on before leaving for work or a family vacation. Your smart home can now notify you of any lights working outside their usual pattern and allow you to turn them off remotely, reducing energy waste.
On very sunny days, use smart scheduling features or a sensor for dynamic control of the window blinds to optimize the work of the AC system. Set the automated window blinds or curtains to close during the hours of the day when the sun is shining down on your windows and additionally heating the room. That way, the AC system will not have to compensate for the heat by increasing its working power and will save on energy. And don't worry about losing the pleasant daylight! Once the afternoon hours approach, the blinds will automatically open again.
Many appliances, homes, and buildings use more energy than they actually need, leading to energy waste. Shelly's professional line can help reduce this waste and with it - the monthly energy bills. Install Shelly Pro 4PM inside the breaker box and monitor and control the power consumption of the electrical devices. Use smart schedules to set Shelly 4PM to turn off the power supply of all unused electrical devices after working hours so that there is no energy waste.
Make sure the temperature of your business facility or home is always welcoming – whether it’s a yoga studio, gym changing room, spa center, or your own living room!
Control your floor heating based on the current weather forecast, sensor data (i.e Shelly Flood), or on a set schedule.
Automate the lights and optimise energy consumption through smart schedules, timers, and extended scripting functionalities. Shelly office automation solutions allow you to automate the lights on each floor separately and set custom schedules for each of them. Set the lights on the operational floors to switch off completely after the working day is over and switch back on only where it is necessary at 7.00 in the morning. This way, you will not have to worry about any forgotten lights and no energy will go to waste.
Common spaces such as halls, garages, and storage rooms usually have their lights constantly switched on. However, that leads to inefficient usage of energy and unnecessary monthly costs. Shelly Motion2 will ensure the most efficient use of the lights in the common spaces. The motion sensor will switch on the lights when someone enters and will switch them off once the premises are empty.
Ensure that no energy will go to waste and will be used most efficiently by automating the heating/cooling system to follow the current weather forecast thanks to Shelly Pro 1PM scripting functionalities. If the temperatures unexpectedly drop below preset degrees, Shelly Pro 1PM will turn on the heating to ensure a comfortable environment for the employees. Once the desired temperature is reached, Shelly Plus H&T will automatically switch off Shelly Pro 1PM, ensuring that no energy goes to waste.
With advanced daily schedules and weather forecast data, you can optimize the daylight to save on artificial lighting and avoid excessive temperature variations by automating the shades. The dynamic control will help you optimize the work of the HVAC system by setting the motorized blinds in different parts of the building to close when the sun is shining down directly and open again once the sun's position has changed. That way, neither the light nor the heat will bother the employees.