Carrier offers smart thermostats that can help automate customers' appliances and energy use in homes. Many models utilize sensor information to improve user comfort. The Carrier Infinity series of smart thermostats integrates with smart appliances and home wiring systems, while the Carrier CÔR series automatically adjusts humidity.
Both of these series include smart thermostats that can interface with Wi-Fi technology to allow users to communicate with their home thermostat systems from any computer or smartphone connected to the Internet. Both series of thermostats include models that let homeowners program up to a week of settings to ensure energy efficiency and comfort in their homes.
The Carrier Infinity series of smart thermostats allows users to create up to eight different comfort zones in their homes, saving energy by warming only rooms regularly occupied. The CÔR series relies on separate panels to create comfort zones. Infinity thermostats can also change lighting settings and choose custom fan settings, such as high, medium or low, while the CÔR series lacks these features. The CÔR series does include thermostats that work with humidity sensors to maintain constant moisture levels in the home. Infinity thermostats can also sense when filters clog and alert users for replacement.