Heatmiser neoHub Neo System Gateway G2

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Heatmiser neoHub Neo System Gateway G2
Heatmiser neoHub Neo System Gateway G2
Heatmiser neoHub Neo System Gateway G2
Heatmiser
  • 2 years warranty
  • No subscription fee
  • Compatible with Apple, Android and Windows 10
  • Easy Install
  • Max No of devices - 32

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Part Code: neoHub G2

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RRP: £150.00

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Product overview

Weight 0.13 Kg

The Heatmiser neoHub gateway G2 is the second generation gateway to the Neo System, providing remote control for all neoStats in your home, offering you a smarter way to control your heating from anywhere.

Heatmiser neoHub is the gateway to the Neo System, providing remote control of all neoStat's and neoPlug's from your iOS, Android and Windows 10 device.

The 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. 

2 years direct manufacturer warranty.

FAQ

Can I control my heating if my internet connection fails?

Yes, you can control your heating from the thermostat keypad, but you will not be able to access your heating system remotely. 

Is there a subscription fee for Neo?

No, there is no on-going fee. Neo is free to use and will be updated free of charge as enhancements are made to the service. 

What is the Range of the Neo System?

50m between each neoStat/neoHub. (Open Space)

Compatibility

  • iOS 9.1 or above
  • Android 6 or above
  • Windows 10

 

Technical specifications

BrandHeatmiser
ColourBlack
Depth25.5 mm
Dimensions170 x 91 x 25.5 mm
FeaturesWall & Desk Mounting
Height91 mm
Max. number of heating circuits32
Product TypeGateway
Supply Voltage230v
Warranty2 Years
Width170 mm

Product downloads

Heatmiser neoStat Manual

File Size: 307.66 KB

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