Heating accounts for over 60% of a household’s electricity consumption. Smart heaters can help reduce heating electricity consumption by as much as 32%! With Mill WiFi heaters you can have full control over your heating temperatures and electricity consumption via your smartphone. Through our Mill-app you can program temperatures to automatically adjust to daily routines, and control as many heaters and / or households as you like. Whether you are on the go or in your home you have full control over house temperatures and electricity consumption. Not another smart home gimmick, Mill WiFi heaters will save both you and the environment from unnecessary electricity usage.
“It does not get easier than this; to achieve the right temperature at all times, and at the same time reduce power consumption.”
Bashir Naimy – IOT Manager, Mill
Mill WiFi Panel Heaters make it even easier to achieve everyday comfort and energy saving. Equipped with new software and hardware to better assist with device connectivity, locking safety, and other helpful technical features such as OTA and Local Res API. These upgrades enable us to offer the following features:
The first and only panel heaters with PID control technology. Mill WiFi Generation 3 panel heaters come with a completely new and revolutionary technology that makes it even easier to achieve optimal everyday comfort. PID (Proportional – Integrated – Derivative) control heating technology provides a more stable heating and dependable room temperature. When a desired temperature is reached, our panel heaters will reduce their power levels instead of switching off.
“Mill WiFi panel heaters thus provide a more stable heating with less temperature fluctuations than traditional heaters”
Based on personalized app specifications, our heaters know when to start heating in order to achieve a desired room temperature. This function is called “predictive heating” since Mill heaters continually regulate and adjust heating temperatures to meet your needs. If, for example, you want your household temperature to be 23 degrees when you get home from work at 4 PM, register this specification in the Mill-app and the heater will take care of the rest.
Mill WiFi panel heaters learn how fast the room goes up and down in temperature over time, a function which helps avoid guessing and unnecessary power consumption. User settings can also be optimized in accordance to fluctuating electricity prices, as the app can be integrated with other programs. Our Generation 3 models are designed with improved WiFi connectivity which allows for an even easier automatic Bluetooth connection to your WiFi-network, regardless if your router prefers 2.4GHz or 5 GHz.
Mill panel heaters are available in two elegantly minimalistic designs, Invisible and Glass. With its soft, rounded edges and gently curved steel front, Mill Invisible panel heaters blend so seamlessly with your wall they appear as though invisible. Mill Glass panel heaters have an exclusive, contemporary glass front that elegantly complements any modern home. Mill Invisible Both series are now available in black that blends in perfectly in households with a darker color palette.
Additional features in Mill Generation 3 WiFi heaters:
- Quiet operation – A silicon control results in no clicking sounds when the temperature goes up and down.
- Child safety lock – can be activated in app or directly on heater.
- Commercial lock for landlords – can be activated in app or directly on heater.
- Open window function – Automatically switches off the heating device when a window is opened, can be activated in app or directly on heater.
- Touch screen control panel display.
- Local Res API – allows you to control your heaters with your own smart home solution.
- Possibility to enable air quality sensor Mill Sense to override the heater´s temperature sensor for a more precise temperature control.
- OTA (Over the Air) updates allowing new exciting features to be added to the software.
*Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems, SenSys 2010, Zurich, Switzerland, November 3-5, 2010
**Sintef Energiforskning AS