He pulled the curtain off her last faucet, one that you can control without ever touching it. The smart faucet with motion control allows users to adjust temperature and flow using gestures. There are a variety of styles to suit the design preferences of homeowners, and Moen is so confident about the technology that there are no-handle versions.
Choosing hot, cold or warm water is as simple as running a hand through the sensor. The default temperatures and preferred gesture system can be set on the Moen Smart Water app. The faucet is available in a variety of styles to suit homeowners’ design preferences.
The Smart Faucet with Motion Control includes all the features from the previous Moen faucet, including voice control for Alexa and the Google Assistant. There are options for dispensing precise amounts of water at precise temperatures (which can be great for baking). There’s also the “wash hands” command, which pauses the flow of water for 20 seconds while rubbing your fingers and palms. In addition, you can monitor water consumption through the application.
This year, the app will provide integration with other Moen products as part of the Smart Water Network, which includes the faucet, leak detector, Flo Smart Water Monitor and Shutoff, Sump Pump Monitor and . According to Moen, the system will help provide protection against issues such as freezing temperatures. The system will be able to take action automatically when it detects risks, such as notifying the homeowner and turning off the water.
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