E-Zone is a 7-inch colour touchscreen that not only controls your air conditioning system but can also double as a table for your home, all from one central location. The E-Zone interface is designed to be as intuitive as possible, making the technology an easy addition to your home. With one quick touch, you can see which rooms are running the air con and how much air they are receiving, what temperature, you can shut off zones or open additional ones and turn the entire system on or off. The E-Zone air conditioning management system is completely compatible with all major air conditioning brands so you only need one control panel for your home.
The Advantage E-Zone technology comes with its own app that can be downloaded and installed onto smartphones or tablets, essentially turning the devices into smart home remote controls. This means that when you’re on your way home, you can control the E-Zone system so that by the time you get home, your air conditioning system is up and running. The E-Zone app is compatible with Android and Apple operating systems.
Continuing our focus on developing fully integratable air conditioning technologies, our MyAir air conditioning system controls the world’s leading air conditioning brands including Samsung, Daikin, Fujitsu, LG, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Carrier Midea.
The E-Zone air conditioning management system also allows users to precisely control the degree of air that each room receives with Advantage Air’s patented Exact Air Regulator (EAR). The EAR technology will allow you to modify the airflow to any room on a scale of 5% to 100%, how much more control could you want?
With a standard air conditioning system, the temperature controlled zone is straightforward, the temperature sensor simply takes control of the airflow of the room. We are a little different at Advantage Air and our Individual Temperature Control (ITC) sensor is much more capable, it will respond to the temperature in a given room and decide when the air conditioning system should start, stop or ramp up / down while also maintaining a constant airflow in the zone.