HomeKit-Enabled neoHub (2nd generation)
Heatmiser neoHub is the gateway to the Neo System, providing remote control of all neoStat's and neoPlug's from your iOS or Android device.
The Heatmiser neoHub connects to your home broadband router and wirelessly to the neoStats in your home. No special computer knowledge is required, simply plug into your router, create a FREE account via the Neo app and then take control of your heating, hot water and appliances from anywhere.
- neoHub creates a Mesh Network to the powered Neo devices, greatly increasing the network range in your home.
- Smart Profiles - Allow you to program time and temperature settings and then apply them to a number of zones. Any subsequent change to the profile will be automatically applied to those zones using the profile.
- Geo Location: Automatically turn the heating off when you leave home and back on when you return.
- Compatible with up-to 32 Neo devices.
- Works with HomeKit, Google Home, Alexa, IFTTT.
- Automatic Firmware updates for neoHub and connected devices.
- Clock Sync and BST correction - UK/CET and NZ Time Zones.
Enhanced History shows detailed information for your system for last 4 weeks.
- The set temperature, indicated by the dotted line.
- When the heating is preheating (warming your home ready for the start of your heating program) Shown in green.
- When the heating is on, shown in red.
- You can select a particular day by using the calendar button or you can press the -1 day +1 day to quickly jump back a few days.
- Hours Run (the time the heating has been switched on) is shown for each day per zone.
Push notifications are short messages that are sent directly to your phone based on a condition in your neoApp, such as high or low temperature, door open or low battery warning.
High/Low temperature Alert: When the temperature in your home reaches your high or low temperature limit you will receive a push notification on your device. This will inform you of the location and device that triggered the alert.
Window Open: If you have installed any Heatmiser Door/Window contact switches, you can select to receive a push notification whenever a door/window is opened. The push notification will re-trigger whenever the window or door is reopened. The notification will inform you of the location and device that triggered the alert.
Low Battery: If you have any neoAir, wireless sensors or window/door contact switches installed, you can select to receive a push notification whenever the device requires new batteries. The push notification will be sent every 48 hours until the low battery warning is cleared. This will inform you of the location and device that triggered the alert.
- Mobile apps: iOS 13+ iPhone/iPad | Android 8+ device
- Smart Home: HomeKit, Google Home, Alexa, IFTTT
- UK/EU Power Adaptor
- 1m Ethernet Cable
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I had it all set up within an hour of taking it out of the box. However, I did have a problem pairing with my wireless Neostats. First, since there is nothing printed on the units I didnt know which model, 1st of 2nd generation of neostats I had. Ascertained that I have Gen2, identified by the colour of the displays.
To do the pairing item 7.2 in the instructions (in the app on the phone, and in the quick setup guide which comes with the hub) says to press the tick button twice. This doesnt seem to work. Somewhere on one of the support pages on the Heatmiser site is the answer which is to press the tick button once, scroll across to the setup function then press the tick button again, something like that. Once I'd figured it out it is very easy. And all the initial connection of the hub to the router and getting them communicating with each other and linking up to the Heatmiser servers happens automatically. The app is good to use.
Great integrates into Control4 smart home systems
Its a great thing! So easy to set up and use!
Super easy to set up and the app works well
True plug and play. No problems connecting to the router but I did have some issues trying to get it to talk to the thermostats though I don't know if the problem was with the thermostats or the hub. All working now. It would be useful to have a little more information on the functions more easily available. I had to hunt around the heatmiser website to find stuff out.
Easy to install & setup