The iZone smart air conditioning system maintains home air quality with sensors that monitor the humidity, CO2 and volatile organic compound (VOC) levels present in the air.
According to iZone, the system helps improve general health and reduce symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, asthma, allergies, coughing, dry skin conditions and shortness of breath.
Monitoring humidity levels can prevent the spread of bacteria, viruses, fungi (mould), dust mites and other biological agents in the home. Systems such as iZone’s iSave can automatically respond to high humidity by turning on an outdoor compressor to reduce humidity and cool the home. As temperatures drop and humidity levels decrease, the air conditioning system reverts to outside air cooling.
The system can also detect VOCs, such as gases emitted from household cleaning substances. Once the system flags unsafe levels, action can be taken to reduce exposure by opening a window or triggering other smart appliances to turn on – such as an air purifier, a fan, or a dehumidifier to help improve the air quality.
When home occupants are away, the smart home device can be left in control of the air conditioning, lighting, irrigation, garage door, roller blinds and appliances. Users can set the desired amount of functionality, adding as much or as little as required. Depending on the settings, the iZone Smart Home can monitor the home’s security, energy efficiency, water efficiency, and utility bills.
The iZone Smart Home is compatible with Google Home, Amazon Alexa and Samsung SmartThings.