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No, it lists Alexa and google but not Siri/HomeKit.
Stefan KI
· 1 July 2019
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It will work with any air con that has a remote control.
James Thomas
· 17 August 2020
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You end one Sensibo per aircon
Paul B.
· 2 October 2020
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Yes, this wont work
Richard
· 16 March 2019
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No it’ll work with aircon or heater with remote controller capabilities because it still needs an infrared connection to communicate with your aircon via Sensibo
dudi
· 11 August 2019
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This uses Wifi to connect to control servers on the internet. IT doesn't support the Zibgee protocol.
Mad_Dad
· 8 July 2020
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Hi,
Sensibo needs to be connected to the wifi all the time. Please make sure that the Sensibo device is connected to a 2.4 GHz network.
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Hi,
Sensibo needs to be connected to the wifi all the time. Please make sure that the Sensibo device is connected to a 2.4 GHz network.

Generally, Sensibo is paired with one remote type and then is able to control only that remote.
When you use the remote, if it activates more than one a/c simultaneously, then you only need one Sensibo device.
If you operate each a/c unit separately with the remote, you will need one Sensibo device for each a/c unit. See less
Hi,
Sensibo needs to be connected to the wifi all the time. Please make sure that the Sensibo device is connected to a 2.4 GHz network.

Generally, Sensibo is paired with one remote type and then is able to control only that remote.
When you use the remote, if it activates more than one a/c simultaneously, then you only need one Sensibo device.
If you operate each a/c unit separately with the remote, you will need one Sensibo device for each a/c unit.

Sensibo, Inc.
Seller · 21 August 2020
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