Honda My Generator Bluetooth App is one of the best ways to save money with your electricity bills. You can use it to control your lights, fans, TV, radio and other appliances remotely from anywhere in the world. The app allows you to monitor energy usage at home or work remotely.
The app uses Bluetooth technology so you don’t need any additional equipment such as a smartphone or laptop. The device connects wirelessly via Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) to your phone or tablet computer.
You can set up schedules for turning off lights when you leave home, turn them back on when you return home and so forth. You can even set up rules for turning off appliances like refrigerators, freezers and washers when certain conditions are met.
The app also lets you see how much power each appliance consumes, which helps you keep track of your monthly electric bill. You can view detailed usage reports for individual appliances and groups of devices.
There are several different types of features available in the app:
• Schedule – Set up schedules for turning off lights when you leave home, turn them back on when you return home and so forth.
• Rules – Set up rules for turning off appliances like refrigerators, freezers and washers when certain conditions are met.
• Usage – Get a detailed report on the power consumption of each appliance or group of devices.
As you can see, using the app is easy. It will save you money and help you to be more energy-efficient. The app is easily worth the low price of admission.
If you want to learn more about how to get started just search for Honda My Generator Bluetooth App on your favorite app store.
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