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New wireless, battery-free building control system from GE

GE's new HabiTEQ systems offer major efficiency and cost benefits for the control and automation of energy usage in domestic and commercial buildings

GE's new HabiTEQ systems offer major efficiency and cost benefits for the control and automation of energy usage in domestic and commercial buildings. Incorporating battery-free, wireless technology, they can be installed in locations where it is currently impractical to connect with existing devices using wires or batteries.

HabiTEQ is a flexible integrated system that runs a building's functional subsystems, including lighting, heating, ventilation, blinds and security from a central control unit operated via a control panel or on-line.

The devices are zero maintenance and "harvest" energy from ambient heat and light or from a switch being pressed which, together with the reduced need for batteries, makes them more efficient and environmentally friendly.

HabiTEQ can be programmed with a personal computer and can also operate automatically or in response to environmental stimulus; e.g. changing the heating in a room when there are fluctuations in external temperature, time of day or human presence.


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