The idea behind the iSmart Hot Water Controller is to get your cylinder acting more like a kettle to slash your water heating bill. It achieves this by only keeping a little more hot water in reserve than you usually need during certain times of the day.
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19-09-2016· Agree that controller is ridiculously overpriced. As you can buy hot water cylinders with them already fitted. And they would probably still be cheaper. And these type controllers only work by allowing the temperature to drop from cutting the power to the cylinder during low usage periods. Due to heat loss or not re heating after hot water used
New Zealand Smart Energy Homes recently introduced their iSmart Hot Water Controller, a product that manages your hot water storage, ensuring your cylinder only heats as much hot water as you need. How does the iSmart work?
20-10-2016· We think the main thing the iSmart lacks is the option to â€ślearnâ€ť your hot water usage and adjust your settings accordingly, though this wouldnâ€™t have allowed us to trick the controller into heating water only at night for our retired couple who use Flick Electric Co. Most tech-savvy users will have little issue working out optimum settings for the controller within a week or two.
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About iSmart Hot Water Controller Heat Your Hot Water When You Need It - Save up to 50% on heating your hot water. Generally, our cylinders are powered by an electric heating element that fires up when a thermostat signals the water temperature has fallen below 60°C.