1. Connect Google Home to your Wiser thermostat system
After setting up the Wiser smart heating system, go to the Google Home app and select Home Control from the Assistant menu. Tap '+' and search Wiser Heat, enter your Wiser log-in to connect your account, assign your Wiser devices to your rooms (and rename if needed) and you're done!
2. Try out some voice commands to check and control your heating with Google Assistant
"Hey Google, what's the temperature in the bedroom?" and "Hey Google, turn the hot water off". You can ask the Google Assistant to tell you what the temperature is in each zone, what you've set the tempertaure to, boost the heating, increase or decrease your set temperatures, and many more.
3. Add smart plugs to control electrical devices with Google Home
Using Google Assistant voice commands you can control Wiser smart plugs, it's as simple as "Hey Google, turn the coffee machine on". Add Wiser Plugs to your system and control them with the Wiser app or voice commands for total smart home convenience.
Wiser smart thermostat systems are compatible with any Google Assistant enabled device, including its family of smart speakers and Google Home Hub. You can find more information on Google Assistant Controls Here.
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Examples of Google Home commands for thermostat control include:
Just some of the spoken Google Assistant smart heating commands you can use with your Wiser system include:
- “OK Google, set the spare room to 23 degrees”
- “OK Google, turn off the heating in the living room”
- “OK Google, increase the bedroom temperature by 2 degrees”
- “OK Google, turn on the heating at 7pm”
- “OK Google, turn on the hot water”
- “OK Google, turn on the hot water at 5pm”
Ask questions and receive feedback:
- “OK Google, what's the temperature set to in the kitchen?”
- “OK Google, is the hot water on?”
As well as Google Home heating and water control, up to 10 Wiser Smart Plugs can be added to your system for further automation using voice commands. When added to appliances around your home, commands can be used such as:
- “OK Google, turn on the living room lamp”
- “OK Google, turn on the slow cooker at 2pm”
Open the Google Home app on your mobile device
Tap the menu in the top left corner and select “Home control” from the menu
On the “Home control” page tap the “+” button
Select “Wiser Heat” from the list of available smart skills
On the Wiser log-in page, enter your Wiser log-in credentials
Upon successful completion of the above steps you will see a list of your Wiser Heat rooms (and Hot Water if applicable)
Note that all Wiser Heat rooms (and Hot Water) are listed as Google Home “Devices” rather than “Rooms”.
The Google Home and Google Home Mini will booth work with the Wiser heating system.
Control the hot water
Okay Google is the hot water on?
Okay Google turn ON/OFF hot water
Control a thermostat/radiator thermostat:
Okay Google set (room name) to (XX degrees)
Okay Google turn up/make warmer/increase the temperature (will increase the set-point temperature by 3 degrees)
Check your thermostat/radiator thermostat:
Okay Google how warm is (room name)
Yes, to edit the name of any room open the app, go to settings and select the ‘Rooms and Devices’ option from the menu. In this screen, you can select the room you want to edit from the list of available rooms. You can even add new rooms from this screen if you want to.
Once you have renamed your room you’ll need to evoke the Discover Devices command.
All changes requested via the Google Assistant are valid for one hour or until the next scheduled event
Wiser is also compatible with Amazon Echo smart speakers. Connect in minutes to control both your heating and smart plugs with voice commands to Amazon Alexa.
Try out IFTTT
By helping you link Wiser with other apps, IFTTT lets you configure your heating to switch on Away Mode automatically when you leave the home to save you money.
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