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KLISENS – K1100 – Air Conditioner Energy Saver – Auto Turn off

Original price was: ₺1,999.00.Current price is: ₺1,399.00.

Klisens was designed to prevent energy loss for Air Conditioners, which people left them as turned on. It is especially used for offices and hotels.

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“Klisens was designed to prevent energy loss for Air Conditioners, which people left them as turned on. It is especially used for offices and hotels.

Air Conditioners (AirCons) which left as operating creates a huge amount of energy loss and air pollution. Klisens checks people occupany inside the room/office. If it doesn’t detect any people for a predefined period (15-30-60-90 mins settings) it then turns off the AirCon via Infrared signals and saves a huge amount of energy. It is totally wireless and battery powered. Thus it doesn’t require wiring for power or AirCon itself. It behaves like the remote controller of your AirCon. It is Do-It-Yourself product; just pairing remote controller and mounting to the ceiling is enough to operate Klisens. It also improves lifetime of your AirCon as it prevents unnecessary operation and does not cut its power physically.”

“Regarding to the 2016 tourism reports; 45-50% of electricity bill of a 5 star hotel is consumed by Air Conditioners. This is around ten times more than lighting consumption.

As per same report, the highest HVAC related energy usage is happening inside rooms. If people leave AirCons as operating; this usually causes approximately two times more than normal energy requirement.

Klisens just turns off your AirCon, it never turns it on again. User needs to turn his AirCon on again via remote controller. This helps to prevent unnecessary activation of AirCons during check-in’s and sleeping periods.
Klisens is the most practical, efficient and cost effective solution to prevent this loss of your money. Klisens targets to reduce your Electric bills around 15-25% and the ROI (Return-Of-Investment) in between 3-6 months.”

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