Enhance your comfort by connecting your Netatmo Thermostat to a Netatmo Weather Station. Heating often comes down to a trade-off between comfort and cost.
The Netatmo Smart Thermostat makes such compromises a thing of the past, allowing you to keep your home warm and save energy. It can adapt to your lifestyle so that you only use the heating when you actually need it.
The Auto-Adapt function keeps your home at the right temperature, whether its -10°C or 5°C outside!
Your Netatmo Thermostat uses your home’s insulation and the outdoor temperature to anticipate when the heating should come on using the Heating Prediction feature. Which means you get the temperature you want, when you want it.
By default, your Thermostat will use the local weather forecast. However, there is also a way to use the temperature right on your doorstep to increase the accuracy of the prediction system.
Enhance your comfort with outdoor temperature readings from the Netatmo Weather Station
The Netatmo Personal Weather Station gives you incredibly accurate local weather data on indoor/outdoor temperature, indoor/outdoor humidity, barometric pressure, weather forecasts, indoor/outdoor air quality and more. All at your fingertips, on your smartphone, tablet or computer.
The Thermostat uses outdoor temperature readings from the Weather Station to keep you comfortable and your home at the right temperature.
The Thermostat’s Heating Prediction feature uses this information to switch the heating on at exactly the right time to keep your home just the way you like it. All in line with what’s happening on your doorstep!
Connecting your Thermostat to you Weather Station: it couldn’t be easier!
You can connect your Weather Station to your Thermostat in three easy steps:
– Install your Weather Station. Connect it to the same Wi-Fi network and register it with the same Netatmo account as your Thermostat.
– Activate the Heating Prediction feature (Android : Operating Mode > Heating Prediction; iOS : Operating Mode > Heating Prediction).
– Select either the local weather forecast or your Weather Station as your source.
Your home will now be at the temperature you want, when you want it!