Timer With a Difference & Adaptive Start

 

EFFICIENT, EVEN WHEN ON STANDBY MODE


You don’t just have to settle for your timer to turn your heater on or off. The timer also allows you to set two different temperatures for different times of the day. For example, in your hallway, a higher temperature during the day (as you regularly pass through it) but a lower temperature during the night (just to take the chill off). The effect of this is lower electricity bills as you only use power when you need it. You can program settings for every day, individual days or weekend vs weekdays; plus it comes with a child lock feature to ensure children don’t change the settings or temperatures you have set.

This year, we have introduced a NEW ADAPTIVE START FEATURE that will make your Nobo experience absolutely seamless!

Adaptive start allows the heater to learn what time it needs to start heating, so that the room is at the set temperature by the time of the programmed setting.

For example, if you program your heater for 20°C at 6am, it will start heating up before 6am so that by 6am, the room will be exactly 20°C!                   

The reason behind it is that many factors impact on room heat up times (e.g. size of the room and insulation), and initially the heater may start too early or too late. However, with the Adaptive Start, it will learn and recalibrate itself over several days, optimising itself to the best time to start heating.

Adaptive start learns when it needs to turn on so that the room is at a set temperature by the time you need it.

The heater also saves you power when not in use. On standby mode, Nobo heaters use only 0.5 watts (W), compared to the 30 used in some others. Nobo is the more efficient, sustainable choice.

Additionally, the Nobo heaters are 16% more efficient than similarly priced competitor panels*. This could equate to a saving of $86 in heating costs each year**.

 

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* Based on independent testing of 2kW models of NOBO Oslo vs similarly priced competitor.
** Based on medium/high usage across winter using a 2kW heater at an average power price of 28c/kWh.