Havells introduces a new range of intelligent, IoT fans

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Havells_introduces_a_new_range_of_intelligent_IoT_fans Havells introduces a new range of intelligent, IoT fansHavells India announced its new range of intelligent fans to be introduced as a part of its 2019 line-up. The fast-moving electrical goods company, which is a relatively later entrant into the fan market, has already garnered a share of about 17 percent in terms of value in the 70 billion INR country’s fan industry.

The company, which demonstrated its new range of smart and Internet of Things (IoT) connected fans, is looking at catering to a generation of customers looking forward to such fans that add to the convenience.

According to Saurabh Goel, President, Havells India, Havells has been in the forefront of using technology and the out new range of intelligent and stylish fans are set for the summer launch in 2019. Apart from providing greater comfort, they will revolutionize the fan industry with their features.

Apart from the new range, which includes eight new fans, the company is also introducing a retrofit option that converts the existing fans into IoT devices that can be controlled remotely using mobile phones and remote controls.

Developed in the company R&D center and produced at the Haridwar manufacturing facility, which has a capacity to churn out 7 million units annually, they are also highly energy efficient.

Enticer smart is an IoT based smart fan with a base version having a retrofit module. Apart from enabling one to control, it remotely connects through a mobile app, and Wi-Fi connectivity, the fans also have the capability to adjust its speed based on temperature and humidity in the room.

These fans would be compatible with Alexa and Google Home connectivity applications. The fans come with a number of styles and combinations including under light version. The R&D initiatives at the company have helped to make these fans extremely energy efficient. From 80 watts of power consumption, it has been brought down to below 40 W and to 26 W, making them the most energy efficient.