Examples of Use

 The Nobo Energy Control System app, available for free from iTunes and Google Play stores, allows you to create a whole home heating solution for a fraction of the price from our competitors.


The below scenarios will help you understand how the Nobo Energy Control System adjusts to your life easily. If you need help, try checking our FAQs and troubleshooting section.


Carrie has just bought the Energy Control System HUB with a few panel heaters. She plans to divide her apartment into four zones. A zone for her bedroom heater, a zone for her kitchen and living room heaters and a zone for the heating in the bathroom.

She adds the receivers using “automatic search” on her phone app, one zone at a time to avoid confusion. She names each zone and receiver with easily recognisable names. This makes it simple for both herself and her best friend who often borrows the apartment in the summer.

Finally she enters zone settings for each zone, and makes a weekly program for each one. For the bedroom, she makes a program that turns on the heat before she gets up on weekdays. On the heater she sets the ECO-setting to 14 degrees and the COMFORT setting to 19 degrees. On weekends, she enjoys reading in bed for a while in the morning. She then adapts the weekly program to keep the heat on for a bit longer on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

To save energy, she lets the program turn the bathroom and kitchen/living room heat to ECO when she is at work on weekdays.

If she goes away for the weekend, she conveniently presses the AWAY button on the STATUS screen. All heat zones then switch to AWAY status.

All zones return to Normal after 2 days when she comes home.


Carrie is going on vacation and wants all of her heating in AWAY status when she is gone.

Carrie takes out her phone and presses and holds AWAY in the Circle Menu for advanced override settings. She selects FROM-TO and enters the time and date for leaving and returning. This ensures her saving energy and money while away.


Carrie is commuting on and off during the week, and often she does not know how many days of the week she will be gone. She wants to save money by turning down the heat when she is gone, but still wants the house to seem inhabited.

On her way out she picks up her phone and long presses AWAY in the Circle Menu. She then selects CONSTANT override. The house will then go to AWAY status, and will stay that way until she ends the override.

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