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    New fireplace allows control using mobile devices

    Intelligent Fire

    Intelligent Fire takes fireplaces to a new level of convenience with the ability to control the equipment using a mobile device.

    Fireplaces just got smarter with Intelligent Fire’s Fire Line Automatic 3 (FLA3) by Planika. In addition to giving the room a warm ambience of natural flames, the fireplace offers sophisticated control and a high level of safety. The FLA3 by Planika allows the user to control the fireplace using a web application on a smart device from any location.

    With the free app working over Wi-Fi, the homeowner can turn the fireplace on or off. The FLA3 comes with an LCD display, which informs the user of the fireplace’s current status, with the audio signalling device additionally warning or communicating any change in the device status.

    Available in various sizes and colours with an optional high gloss finish, the FLA3 fireplace offers six stages of flame size regulation to provide the right flame height to suit. Using the smart device, the user can increase or decrease the flame level; a Fast Start function allows the process to be speeded up.

    FLA3’s intelligent system allows the fireplace to be connected to any given smart home system installation, no matter the standard in which it has been designed. The user is informed about any emergency situation thanks to over 15 safety sensors including CO2 sensor and temperature sensor.

    Key features of the FLA3 intelligent fireplaces also include a child lock function to prevent children from playing with the device; patented innovative fuel combustion technology much cleaner than traditional burning process; flame extinguishes on its own before the oxygen level inside the room drops to the level that may be hazardous to human health; push button control; and customisation options available including connecting multiple fireplaces together to create an endless line of fire, operable with a single remote control or a mobile device.

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