The greenhouse effect is well known to anyone who has entered his or her greenhouse (or car for that matter) amidst a blazing sun: interiors heat up considerably more than their exterior surroundings. The reason being that the energy of the sun’s rays heats the soil and plants within the greenhouse – plus the structure of the greenhouse itself – but fails to escape due to the heat-retaining design of the greenhouse. In this tutorial, we’ll show you exactly how to automatically cool a greenhouse with Eve Degree and a fan connected to Eve Energy.
A healthy indoor climate is one in which temperature and humidity levels are conducive to ensuring your comfort and, more importantly, your wellbeing. Maintaining a healthy temperature in a room is easily achieved by setting a thermostat to anywhere between 18 and 22 degrees. By contrast, ensuring healthy humidity levels traditionally entails constant monitoring, activation, and deactivation of a humidifier. Fortunately, with the help of Eve Degree and Eve Energy, an inexpensive humidifier ($30) can easily be automated to regulate humidity levels without your constant attention. In this tutorial, we’ll show you exactly how to set it up.
Update: What’s New in Version 2.9.2
This version of Eve offers the option to toggle line smoothing when viewing graphs (in detailed view). Eve 2.9.2 offers interface optimizations for your shiny new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and overall improvements.
Eve 2.9 presents stunning new views of your accessories’ data. Completely redesigned graphs convey more information about temperature, humidity and air quality; while a newly-revised display of motion detection (Eve Motion) and door/window states (Eve Door & Window) offers a glanceable overview of activity in your home. What’s more, an all-new accessory header puts accessory settings at your fingertips
A recent report showed that over 40,000 people die every year in the UK from conditions caused by air pollution. It’s a worrisome figure. The report on air pollution by the Royal Society of Physicians included something that may come as a surprise to many in the UK. The fact that it’s not just the air outside that is a danger to us, but the indoor air at home and at work.