Superior air conditioner maker Air Coolers is offering its customers a way of keeping their homes warm with a product that’s just about as simple as it gets: using thermostats.
The Air Cooler has a patented “thermostat” that sits atop a “fuse box” and is heated by a small amount of electricity, according to the company’s website.
To keep the temperature within the thermostatically defined range, the device requires a small “heat source” that can be plugged into a wall outlet.
It’s also designed to keep the thermo-resistor from over-heating a room by adding a cooling element that’s smaller than a smartphone charger, according the company.
If you want to go a little beyond the thertopat’s specifications, Air Cooling also sells a thermoactive air conditioning system, which is designed to regulate the air around your home to keep it cool.
That means you can heat a room to between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit, according a company press release.
The company’s “thermic-cooling” technology is the same one used in the air conditioning industry, which uses a heating element that is roughly the size of a smartphone.
“It takes the heat out of your house, which in turn keeps it from getting too hot,” Air Cooled’s marketing materials state.
This isn’t the first time a company has built thermostatic technology into a thermos that you can use to keep your home warm.
For instance, AirCoolers uses an air condition sensor to measure temperature.
AirCoolers also sells the Thermo-Flex, a thermodenerator that comes with an app that lets users set the temperature of their home using a smartphone or a tablet.
Even so, the company claims that the AirCooler is a first in thermostating technology.
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