Connected controls allow you to remotely manage your household appliances. With connected controls you can use your phone, computer, or tablet to turn off lights, adjust the temperature, check security cameras, and more.
Connected control is the ability to remotely monitor and manage your home’s comfort, security and energy systems from anywhere. With connected controls you can access real-time data about your home’s systems and make changes as needed from anywhere.
The first step in getting started with connected control is to familiarize yourself with the different systems available on the market. There are a variety of products out there so it’s important to understand which one best meets your needs. From there, you can either install the system yourself or hire a professional to do it for you. When setting up connected control in your home we highly recommend looking into compatible security cameras, door locks and other devices that will allow you to keep an eye on what’s going on while you’re away.
Once everything is connected and set up, you can begin to explore the features of your system. Many systems will allow you to customize settings so that you can adjust temperatures, lights, security cameras and more from anywhere with a few swipes on your phone or tablet.
Trane has a connected control line of products designed to provide you with comfort on command. These products communicate with your home’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The Trane ComfortLink™ II XL1050 thermostat and zoning control system acts as your zoning and automation hub, letting you remotely control your home, comfort and energy use from your smartphone, tablet or computer.
With connected control technology in your home, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that everything is running smoothly even when you are away. The latest Trane Connected Control systems are easy to use and offer powerful features that help make managing your home more efficient than ever before.
Programmable thermostats feature intuitive controls and settings homeowners can manage from one single access point or by app depending on the model.
Smart homes are homes that have communicating technology that homeowners can access via smartphone, tablet, or computer. This technology allows homeowners to monitor temperature, manage energy usage, and in some cases even control security features like locks and cameras, within the home.
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