MyAir 5 – Ultimate comfort & control from anywhere
Touchscreen becomes a home hub
The MyAir Series 5 touchscreen is a tablet, so it looks like an iPad Mini and is just as easy to use; simply swipe and tap.
The touchscreen can be loaded with your favourite Android internet browser and home apps like your lighting, security, pool cleaner and reticulation. Load your favourite music streaming service, family calendar, recipe apps and supermarket shop. With the MyAir touchscreen you can manage every aspect of your air-conditioning and your home.
And unlike your phone or iPad, the control panel is wired in so it never needs recharging and it never goes walkabout!
MyAir App for additional control
If getting off the couch to adjust the air-con seems like too much effort, don’t worry. MyAir comes with its own app that effectively turns every smartphone or tablet in your house into a wireless remote control. It works through your home data network on both Apple and Android devices.
Why 10 zones are better than 5
You don’t have to be a maths whizz to figure out if the average home has 10 rooms, and the standard air-conditioning system has only 4 or 5 zones, you end up with multiple rooms in each zone. If four people are home, and everyone is using a different zone, you may have to run the air-con in the whole house, even though only a few rooms are being used. That adds up to wasted energy.
MyAir Series 5 looks out for your comfort, and your electricity bill, by dividing your home into 10 zones – one for every room. It allows you to heat or cool only the rooms you are using.
Motion sensors reduce energy usage by 20% in empty rooms
At Advantage Air, we get that people aren’t sedentary animals. Over the course of the day you’ll probably rotate between a few rooms – naturally, you’ll want the heating or cooling running in all of them. To help you save energy, without even trying, MyAir Series 5 thoughtfully provides the option of motion sensors wherever you want. When they signal a room has been empty for 10 minutes, the system automatically reduces airflow to adjust the temperature by 1 degree. If the room is still empty after 20 minutes, the temperature is adjusted by 2 degrees. This small change is enough to reduce the room’s energy usage by a hefty 20%. However, it’s small enough to quickly and automatically return to your set temperature as soon as you re-enter the room.