Ambi Climate 2.0 Adds Smart Features to Your Existing Air Conditioner

We introduced original Ambi Climate three years ago. Now the latest Ambi Climate 2.0 smart adapter has ready to add more smart features to your existing air conditioner. Sounds cool? Let’s continue checking.

Ambi Climate 2.0 Gives You a Smart Air Conditioner

The Ambi Climate 2.0 is an A.I enhanced smart hub designed to work almost with all infrared-controlled air conditioners with LCD remotes. The smart hub measures 10.8 x 4.2 x 8.1cm and weighs 110g. Compared with its predecessor, the version 2.0 shows off a more sleek and elegant appearance design, and the compact form factor allows you to deploy it in any room of your house.

Using built-in WiFi module, Ambi Climate 2.0 can join in your local network, and it communicates with your existing air conditioner via IR. Meanwhile, the smart adapter comes equipped with multiple sensors that enables it to continuously track indoor temperature, humidity, weather, sunlight and other factors. Based on the tracking data, its advanced machine learning algorithms analyzes and learn what makes you more comfortable, and automatically adjust the connected air conditioner.

Ambi Climate 2.0 Gives You a Smart Air Conditioner

Furthermore, its Alway Mode automatically turn on or off the air conditioner in order to maintain a heating, cooking or drying threshold. Using geo-location feature, Ambi Climate 2.0 will automatically turn on or off your air conditioner when you’re on the way home or go out. Moreover, built-in Amazon Alexa support allows you to control your air conditioner with voice, and it works with IFTTT for more interactions with other smart devices and online services.

The crowdfunding campaign for Ambi Climate 2.0 is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge HK$772 (approx US$99) to own the smart hub for air conditioners. The team behind the product has achieved the fund goal in time. It should be shipped in July 2017.

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