Live more comfortably and efficiently by controlling the temperature of your home room-by-room with Keen Home Zoning using Smart Vents and Temp Sensors.
The Keen Home Zoning System gives you full control of your home’s heating and cooling at the individual room level. Smart Vents are completely safe to use with any central HVAC system.
Easily connect your Smart Vents, Smart Bridge, and Temp Sensors in the app with quick access to tutorial videos and troubleshooting help.
Automatically control temperature and airflow with Smart Vents and Temp Sensors in rooms that are too hot, too cold, or not in use. Set schedules, set room temperatures, and control compatible thermostats.
Keen Home Smart Vents integrate with the Nest Learning Thermostats, ecobee3 and ecobee4 thermostats, and new integrations are added regularly. Use the Keen Home app to connect to a Nest or ecobee thermostat, and to any number of future integrations. With the Nest and ecobee integration, you can control your smart thermostat right from the Keen Home app. Expect updates and new features over time.
What people are saying:
“The Keen Home Smart Vent does for individual rooms what smart thermostats do for the entire house.” - Wired
“Smart Vents by Keen Home open and close automatically to help compensate for rooms that get too cold or hot.” - Fast Company
“The Smart Vent is a wirelessly connected air vent that automatically opens and closes to intelligently redirect airflow through homes. By controlling temperatures in in individual rooms, homeowners can save on their monthly energy bill.” - Inc.
Learn more at keenhome.io.
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Ratings and Reviews
Eventually I think the devices will work fine. Very close
I integrated the keen with ecobee. Couple of issues that I see. 1. It works with the Ecobee remote sensors for each room, but it doesn’t utilize the thermostat sensor to control the vents in he same room as the thermostat. 2. What is the Exclamation mark on connected device in the app? 3. Seems to work once I scheduled the occupied room and it go’s through the next cycle. As long you don’t manually touch the controls.... it appears to automate with the ecobee sensors.
I haven’t played enough with the automation and smartthings. I would like to see if the home hits an average home temp then the keen vents open with the ecobee whole house fan starts running with all the ceiling fans executing instead of the A/c kicking on. Especially if the window sensors are open.
Love this system
I bought the system more for aesthetics because of the vents. Paired it with the Ecobee thermostats and Ecobee room sensors. Set up two zones with a total of 12 vents, a bridge and repeater. I can either use the Keen app or Ecobee app to make changes. The two systems communicate with each other every 3 to 5 minutes and every room has been accurate to the temperature set.
The only wish I have is redesigning the Keen app. It’s a pain to change the individual temperatures using the sliders on the app. It would be much easier and accurate to use a drop down menu to choose the desired number. Change that and you get 5 stars.
Most important, the first month of use lowered energy cost approximately 29% compared to last year with the same average temp. If that remains consistent, the Keen purchase plus the cost of the Ecobee will be paid for in 12 months. I think that’s a worthwhile return the investment.......
Does not work as advertised - Poor support
I bought this vent system 2 years ago. It was supposed to use temperature sensors in the vents to open and close them to balance the temperature across rooms and make heating and air conditioning more efficient. It has never done this. The automatic system has been ‘beta’ the entire time and does not work. The vents often go offline, requiring the batteries to be removed and reinserted. They sent out new battery packs with padding around the batteries, which hasn’t helped. Now they are plugging external temperature sensors you need to buy. They are supposed to be using the ones built into the vents, but those apparently don’t work either. I would avoid this system until the software is out of beta and working as promised.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.