Haverland ULTRAD - SmartBox Wi-Fi Controller
The Haverland Smart Box allows you to control your Haverland electric radiators from anywhere in the world using an internet connection using a laptop, phone or tablet.
You can check the temperature at home, switch any radiator on or off, programmer your radiators or make changes to existing learned heating schedules. All you have to do is download the Haverland app on your phone, laptop or tablet.
How does it work?
The SmartBox plugs into your router and uses your existing internet connection to communicate with your phone, tablet or laptop. The SmartBox communicates with your radiators on a radio frequency, ensuring wide reaching coverage. A single SmartBox should be sufficient for all your radiators - even in the largest of houses. Any changes you make to your heating using the Haverland app will be communicated instantly through the SmartBox to your radiators - so you will feel the benefit of your changes immediately.
See the Haverland SmartBox manual for more information.
10 September 2018 20:50
An excellent product, just a shame they have re-written the app that was good and replaced it with a new one that is totally ****.
Would have been 5 star otherwise.
6 March 2018 10:06
No issues with the rads I bought.
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