Home automation, once considered an elite luxury, is now reachable to many homeowners. Many homeowners recognize the importance of saving energy, which benefits the environment and their budgets. The term 'Home Automation' today applies to the next level of automating home electronics and Protocol is well versed in installing this advanced technology set-up. The home automation system helps ensure you pay to heat, cool and light the house only when you need to Three key areas of home automation that influence energy savings are window coverings, thermostats and lighting. Automating these areas of the home/commercials that consume the most energy allows users to improve energy efficiency

Window covering :-

Window coverings is more considered as a design statement than an energy-efficiency, but window coverings - from blinds to shades - can help control the flow of sunlight into your home By automating the window coverings, we can better control the amount of light - and heat - entering the home, even in absence of us. Automation system can be programmed in such a way that, it closes window covering during day to keep things cooler in the summer and in winter, when many of us leave the house before the sun is up; can open window coverings to allow sunlight and warmth into the home after the sun rises

Thermostats :-

Programmable thermostats allow automating temperature changes in your home/Commercial. Installing the Thermostat system can save 10 - 15 percent on electricity bills. Thermostat allows to rise temperature high so the air conditioning at home/office when no one is there. The same technology can help in reducing heating bills during winter. By setting a programmable thermostat to change temperatures when needed, you can achieve more precise control over the temperature in your home/commercial - without the risk of forgetting to set the thermostat back every time you leaves the house/office


Lighting Automation is another state of art technology for energy-user in home and commercial application. Reducing electric usage can be as simple as turning off lights behind you when you leave a room. Automating light functions can ensure that lights don't stay on, consuming power, when no one presence. These include architectural controls, day lighting controls, dimmers, fan speed controls, occupancy sensors, relay panels, timer switches and more. Artificial lighting also contributes to home/commercial energy bills

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