It’s not just that the smart home needs a thermostatic unit.
For the past few years, the smart-home market has been flooded with thermostatically controlled devices.
The most popular of these are thermostators, which are often connected to the internet and provide a heating and cooling function for the home.
There’s also a whole lot of thermostATs.
These devices use sensors to sense temperature and determine when the temperature needs to be raised or lowered.
The devices come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.
Now, we’re seeing thermostATS with digital sensors, too.
These sensors are now connected to devices that can control them remotely, and thermostATES can be programmed to change the temperature automatically based on the user’s location, time of day, and more.
These thermostates aren’t necessarily connected to your home network, and they aren’t connected to any particular smart home.
But when they are, thermostATEs can provide a useful way to manage and adjust the temperature of a home in a way that makes sense for the environment.