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Published on June 11th, 2014 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg

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Smart Control for Small Air Conditioning Units: tado° Cooling

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June 11th, 2014 by
 

Originally published on sustainablog.

Smart Control for Small Air Conditioning Units: tado° Cooling (via sustainablog)

Those of us with central air conditioning don’t have much trouble adding “smart” elements to our system: a programmable thermostat will allow you to adjust your system’s settings based on when you’re home and when you’re not. Smaller air…

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  • Offgridmanpolktn

    Letting you know that this has been available for over eleven years if you bought what they called the digital versions. The first from GE just had a touchpad like a microwave and the ability to set a single off on cycle. The second one from Sylvania also came with a remote control and the capability to set two off/on cycles per day for out to ten days, this was about five years ago. First time it was about forty dollars extra the second just 25$.. First one still works fine but got the second because energy efficiency laws in the US had the total amperage draw reduced by almost fifty percent so was worth the investment being used on my offgrid solar system.. Both were less than 150$ for 12-16,000 btu at big box home supply stores.

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