WISE technology products allow you to save money, reduce waste, and control energy usage to turn your home into a next generation smart home. It does this by allowing you to store electricity to use later while providing detailed information about your energy usage habits so you can change inefficient behaviors. Our products integrate with third- party smart devices, thus giving you complete control over your home, building, or other facility from your computer and mobile devices anywhere.
WISE Storage Units are designed to power your entire home or business during peak-demand periods and power outages. Each unit is configured for the proper application or storage site. The average home would use a unit approximately 30" x 42" and available in various kilowatt/hour capacities. The modular nature of the system allows you to combine any number of WISE Storage Units to satisfy your stored energy needs.
The WISE Controller is the system’s brain. It is professionally installed near your electrical panel by a WISE Partner. The Controller connects to the WISE Outlets and Switches and other Internet of Things (IoT) enabled devices, so it can learn about and analyze energy usage for your home or business. It also integrates with your computer and mobile devices, allowing you to control your energy use from anywhere.
WISE Outlets communicate with the controller. They allow you to manage the flow of energy to your electronic devices. They also use IoT technology to communicate data about your energy usage to your electric utilities. This enables you to make better business decisions to ultimately reduce your electric bills.
WISE Sensors are what make the system a part of the IoT. They monitor and report on data about your home or business’ energy usage. They are integrated throughout the WISE system to collect and report on as much data as possible, thus giving you the greatest amount of control over your energy usage.
The WISE Switch communicates with the controller to allow you to control the flow of energy to your lights and other electrical devices. They also communicate data about your energy usage to your electric utilities. This enables them to make better business decisions to ultimately reduce your electric bills.