ADAX WiFi 17+

Adax AS

    • 2.1 • 78 Ratings
    • Free

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With the Adax WiFi app you can control and manage your Adax WiFi heaters directly on your phone. Create schedules to make the heating adapt to your daily routines, Home, Sleep and Away.
Compatible with Google Home

* Control heaters on several different locations – Home, Cabin, Office etc.
* Each “home” can be divided in several “rooms” like living room, bedrooms, kitchen etc, with one or several heaters linked to each room.
* Set and adjust temperatures in the app or manually on the thermostat.
* Set up individual scheduling for the week to automatically adjust temperatures when you are Home (comfort temp.) – At night (sleep temp.) and Away (at work or holiday)
* Invite / share access to the account for family members to control the heaters.
* Set “Child lock” for security
* Set Away mode (fixed temperature) when leaving on vacation etc.

Create an account and add one or several Wi-Fi heaters to your account.
Thermostat with Wi-Fi
- The heaters are installed with Wi-Fi to your local router on the 2,4GHz band. (Requires 802.11 b/g/n and WPA2)
Thermostat with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
- Our second generation thermostat have Bluetooth for pairing and Wi-Fi for remote access via cloud.

App support: send an e-mail to

What’s New

Version 3.9.2

* New product added – install and manage the new Smart plug.
* Bug fixes: presentation of consumption, added value “2500 W” for heaters/consumption.
* Update on account page with link to GDPR and privacy info.

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
78 Ratings

78 Ratings

n7teasy ,

Scheduling doesn’t work!

The app looks nice and has some good features, but the most basic of these, especially in terms of minimising the environmental impact, doesn’t work! The scheduling feature appears reasonably simple to setup and activate, after some fiddling at least, but randomly de-activates itself. This means you’re no longer working to a set-back schedule and the heater is burning through energy overnight working to keep the room at the normal set temperature! There’s no notification of this, so it occurs without you knowing unless you check the app every day and re-activate the schedule. If you have to do that, there isn’t much point in having an automated schedule feature! A real shame, as it was promising, but badly let down by poor software testing and quality control.

Jamiedecesare ,

Great heaters, product needs a bit more development

I have three Adax heaters and cannot fault them. I bought them because they look great and because they can be controlled by Wi-fi. The app is okay. The UX is not bad but not highly intuitive. The jargon can be confusing and it’s not straight forward to program. It is not fully smart either. What would make this app really good is if it managed to work with Siri, not to mention Apple Home. Some information on what things mean and explain what the recommended temperatures should be are things that don’t take up much development and easy to implement on the next version. I felt that the new version’s gradient background effect was a bit ‘un-modern’ when compared to the look of the actual heaters but that probably boils down to personal preferences. I look forward to the next release.

GiantAnthemx ,

Needs work !

The heater is good but the app is badly designed and thought out. Simple things like just setting a schedule is so overall complicated and unintuitive it’s almost laughable. How they didn’t test it by simply giving it to anyone other than the app designer and said ‘try and set a schedule’. The biggest flaw is that it doesn’t report when the heater is offline, it just reports the last reported state/temperature from the heater. So really you don’t know if the reading is correct or worse still it could be on when you think it’s off !!!. This needs to be fixed. A simple change to report the heater is offline would at least give you the option to check it’s either on or off. Please fix this ! Also the schedule creator is a disaster making no sense at all.

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