Lets everyone find their happy number
Some like it hot. Some like it cold. With every room zoned independently, everyone can have their room at the temperature that suits them
eZone Instructional Video
- Compatible with all major airconditioning brands
- Effective 7-inch touchscreen with efficient internet access
- Practical, user-friendly graphics
- Adjust the airflow to any room from 5 -100%
- e-Zone app for smartphones and tablets
- Option of temperature sensors
Touch screen with Internet access
e-Zone’s 7-inch colour touchscreen does double duty as a tablet. Now you can manage your comfort and your home from one central hub. The interface is easy to read and simple to navigate. With a touch, you can see which rooms are receiving air and how much, open and close zones, set programs and turn the system on or off. As it’s fully integrated with all major brands of air-conditioning units you only need one control panel mounted on your wall.
e-Zone comes with its own app that turns most smartphones or tablets into remote controls, allowing you to control the air conditioning system even when you’re not at home. It works on both Apple and Android devices (iOS7+ and Android V4+).
Integrates with all major air-conditioning brands
e-Zone controls Samsung, Daikin, Fujitsu, LG, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Carrier and Midea air-conditioners. e-Zone’s touchscreen controls both the air-conditioning unit and air management system, so there’s no need for 2 control panels.
Precision airflow for perfect comfort
With e-Zone you also control how much air each room receives, thanks to Advantage Air’s patented Exact Air Regulator (EAR). It uses advanced technology, usually reserved for commercial high rise buildings, that enables you to adjust the airflow to any room in precise 5% adjustments.
Want even more precise temperature control in certain rooms? Install an Advantage Air Individual Temperature Control (ITC) sensor and the system will automatically adjust the airflow to maintain your selected temperature. Sensors are useful in west facing and upstairs rooms that heat up faster than the rest of the house.