Renogy has released a new energy monitoring product called Renogy One. Renogy One enables users to monitor and control battery power levels, charge controllers, inverters and other connected devices at a glance. Renogy One is also designed to integrate with Internet of Things (IoT) products allowing users to create “smart scenes,” which streamline daily routines to build a smart and connected home.
“The cost of living has risen at a dramatic rate over the past year in particular,” says Yi Li, CEO at Renogy. “Because of this, people are looking for ways to not only reduce the cost of energy through incorporating solar power infrastructure, but also have greater control over where that power goes and when to ensure stability. Renogy One enables users to not only understand the scope of their energy use through one simple interface, but to control and optimize their use as well — choosing where power is distributed and at what time. Ultimately, this should result in Renogy One users having more stability in their power supply when it’s needed, at a much lower cost than through traditional energy suppliers.”
Many centralized energy monitoring systems have only one function — to monitor energy. In addition to this basic feature, Renogy One enables users to make the most of IoT technology. Smart home products can also be automated and monitored. Users can set triggers to place their Renogy system into energy-saving mode or sleep mode. Additionally, Renogy One can be customized to alert homeowners when doors and windows are opened for increased security or to ensure they’re not left open while the air conditioner is running. Smart plugs and relays can also be incorporated and controlled by the system, ensuring appliances or devices aren’t still drawing power while in standby or idle mode.
Renogy One works with all Renogy products including solar charge controllers, DC-DC chargers, inverters, battery storage, and Renogy’s new flagship REGO series. Renogy One is now on sale. It is also offered with a subscription service across three tiered bundles to best suit users’ needs.
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