Do you mindlessly install the thermostat on the wall after buying it? Improper location, not only power consumption but also very uncomfortable. How to use the thermostat more efficiently is a science. Although high-tech products are beautiful and high-grade, if they are installed unreasonably, they will be too "smart", resulting in a very bad experience. Smart home controllers have energy management in addition to temperature sensors. The first thing to consider during installation is the temperature limit, that is, the temperature in the area should not be too cold or too hot. Overall energy efficiency savings are roughly between 20% and 30%.
(1) It cannot be installed near doors or windows.
(2) It cannot be installed near places with temperature airflow, such as the air outlet of the heater or next to the heating appliance.
(3) It cannot be installed if there is water vapor at the door of the bathroom, nor can it be installed on the wall directly exposed to the sun.
(4) It cannot be installed on the outer wall of the house, and the temperature is generally lower than that of the inner wall.
The first is the indoor wall. The smart WiFi thermostat should be at a certain distance from the door and be free of obstacles. Especially, be careful of the obstruction of bookshelves or decorations, which will affect the monitoring of the actual air temperature. The most important thing is to have a wireless WiFi signal to ensure the stable login of the user's account.
Some thermostats require a separate gateway to join the WiFi signal, so be sure to consult clearly when purchasing. There are two types of smart thermostats, wireless and wired. If users don't like wiring, they can choose wireless smart thermostats. If your budget is sufficient, you can consider installing several thermostats in conjunction with each other. Such statistics are more reasonable and energy efficient.