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Herschel PIR Sensor

Thermostat ideal for new builds / renovations where cabling can be neatly hidden

When used in conjunction with your wifi network and the SmartLife app, MD2 can also be controlled remotely via the internet

£35.00

Herschel PIR Sensor

The PIR Sensor works with Herschel WiFi-enabled thermostats to give you extra energy savings on your heating based on room occupancy when the heating is on. (Why have the heating on full blast in a room no one is in?)

We recommend you set up your Herschel Thermostats to run in Smart Mode as normal. But then, with the PIR sensor, you can add “Scenes” to the Smartlife App (see an example Scene here) to turn the thermostat down if you are away from the room and turn it back up when you return. For example, your living room is usually set for 21°C from 18:30 until 22:30, but you go out for dinner. Rather than keep heating a room you are not in, the PIR Sensor will turn your heating down while you are out.

You can also use it to keep the heating on if, for example, you are working late in a room that usually turns its heating down earlier in the evening. The PIR Sensor is a battery-operated WiFi unit. You will need one sensor for each room you want to check for occupancy. The sensor will work effectively in small-to-medium-sized houses (e.g., 2-3 bedrooms) when paired directly with the main router. For larger buildings using network extenders, the sensors should be paired with the extenders.

The PIR Sensor must be used in conjunction with a Herschel Thermostat; it will not control your heating just on its own.

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Colour/Finish

IP Rating

IP 24 Rated

13 Amp Plug

No

Cable Length

1.8m

Herschel PIR Sensor

The PIR Sensor works with Herschel WiFi-enabled thermostats to give you extra energy savings on your heating based on room occupancy when the heating is on. (Why have the heating on full blast in a room no one is in?)

We recommend you set up your Herschel Thermostats to run in Smart Mode as normal. But then, with the PIR sensor, you can add “Scenes” to the Smartlife App (see an example Scene here) to turn the thermostat down if you are away from the room and turn it back up when you return. For example, your living room is usually set for 21°C from 18:30 until 22:30, but you go out for dinner. Rather than keep heating a room you are not in, the PIR Sensor will turn your heating down while you are out.

You can also use it to keep the heating on if, for example, you are working late in a room that usually turns its heating down earlier in the evening. The PIR Sensor is a battery-operated WiFi unit. You will need one sensor for each room you want to check for occupancy. The sensor will work effectively in small-to-medium-sized houses (e.g., 2-3 bedrooms) when paired directly with the main router. For larger buildings using network extenders, the sensors should be paired with the extenders.

The PIR Sensor must be used in conjunction with a Herschel Thermostat; it will not control your heating just on its own.

Herschel PIR Sensor

The PIR Sensor works with Herschel WiFi-enabled thermostats to give you extra energy savings on your heating based on room occupancy when the heating is on. (Why have the heating on full blast in a room no one is in?)

We recommend you set up your Herschel Thermostats to run in Smart Mode as normal. But then, with the PIR sensor, you can add “Scenes” to the Smartlife App (see an example Scene here) to turn the thermostat down if you are away from the room and turn it back up when you return. For example, your living room is usually set for 21°C from 18:30 until 22:30, but you go out for dinner. Rather than keep heating a room you are not in, the PIR Sensor will turn your heating down while you are out.

You can also use it to keep the heating on if, for example, you are working late in a room that usually turns its heating down earlier in the evening. The PIR Sensor is a battery-operated WiFi unit. You will need one sensor for each room you want to check for occupancy. The sensor will work effectively in small-to-medium-sized houses (e.g., 2-3 bedrooms) when paired directly with the main router. For larger buildings using network extenders, the sensors should be paired with the extenders.

The PIR Sensor must be used in conjunction with a Herschel Thermostat; it will not control your heating just on its own.

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