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Lennox Launches New Smart Thermostat For Optimal Home Comfort.
The new iComfort E30 smart thermostat uses home automation technology to save energy and create an "ideal comfort" temperature.

Lennox has introduced the Lennox iComfort E30 smart thermostat, a new smart home thermostat that uses home automation technology to create the ideal environment for homeowners while also saving energy.

The thermostat automatically adapts to desired temperatures of homeowners after they set an ideal temperature. The iComfort E30’s “Perfect Temp” feature lets homeowners set the ideal temperature, and automatically adjusts heating and cooling to maintain the specified setting. Combined with the Feels Like Temperature feature, which takes into account indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity to make a home feel exactly like the homeowner wants it to, homeowners can precisely choose their preferred home comfort setting.

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The iComfort E30 is compatible with any brand of HVAC system, and is also compatible with Amazon Alexa smart home devices for voice control and integration with other smart home technologies. The system can also be paired with the Lennox iHarmony Zoning System, which gives homeowners the ability to achieve optimum levels of comfort in up to four zones within a home and saves energy and money by not having to heat or cool unused areas of the home.

The technology works to save energy and optimizes smart energy use based on the homeowner’s routine with the Schedule IQ Technology, and also uses the GPS on a user's smart phone to detect when they're away and automatically set the thermostat to an energy-saving mode and return the home to the desired temperature when a family member starts returning home.

The thermostat also features an Allergen Defender, which monitors air quality and pollen levels outside, and automatically turns on a fan to keep the home's indoor air cleaner when high levels of pollutants and allergens are detected."



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