Already love Alexa on the Amazon Echo speaker? Now, you can use it to control your air conditioning.
Hands free, voice control of the the home air conditioning is now possible and ready to make life easier. If you have your hands full, or are busy and just can’t reach out for a touch screen or the phone app, being able to call out to a smart assistant to turn on or off the system or adjust it somehow is a great value add to home living.
Imagine running into the house on a cold day from the rain, and being able to call out for the living room to be warmed up.
Alexa, Turn on the Air Conditioning.
Alexa, What is the temperature of the kids room?*
Alexa, Set the family room to 22 degrees.*
Using Alexa is as simple as asking a question – all you have to do is ask, and it will respond from your Amazon Echo speaker.
We believe that truly smart home should make life easier and more comfortable, going beyond just being pieces of technology.
Setting up the Skill with your Amazon account is easy. Watch our setup video to see how it is done using the app with your choice of Amazon Echo Speaker and AirTouch.
Alexa with AirTouch can offer more than just a simple voice controlled on or off switch for your air conditioning unit.
You can ask it to set different temperatures in different zones in your home, turn their conditioned air flow on and off, or enquire about specific temperatures*.
The Skills to manage your Smart Home’s climate
With AirTouch, Alexa gains the skills to manage your home’s climate beyond just an on and off function, but to be a complete zoned system, monitoring temperatures and making adjustments to keep everyone comfortable and helping you to save energy.
What is Amazon Alexa?
Alexa is a voice controlled smart assistant available on Amazon Echo speakers. It lets you have voice control of an ever increasing volume of smart home devices including lights, switches, appliances, entertainment systems, thermostats and more. Cloud based, Alexa is always getting smarter. The more that you talk to Alexa, the more it adapts to your speech patterns, vocabulary, and personal preferences. So then using it to manage your smart home climate becomes even easier and more natural.