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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This app is full of bugs. I’ve had the Keen system for about a year now. Running three vents and two temperature sensors, connected to Nest thermostat. As others have said, the vents are constantly disconnecting. The app is just about impossible to use. I’ve been on with tech support multiple times to get temperature sensors to connect. Turns out I had beta hardware. They did send me a new temperature sensor and it connects now. However they never did get my keen hub to update firmware. They said it’s my ISP. Of course ISP says it keen. Never got anywhere with that. In the app trying to set the temperature for the vent to close or open it just resets to original value. I had to do it prob 9 or 12 time to get it to stick. One vent I had to reset to get the app to set the close temp. Constant issues. Going to try SmartThings hub next and see if it works better. When it all works it’s great and does exactly what is advertised. The problem is it rarely works for long. Have to mess with it 2 to 3 times per week. It’s a real pain.
Broken - Buyer Beware!
Update: the app, or possibly Keen’s server(s), have been down for days now with. Support has been unreachable. The vents are now unusable, with no indication of a fix.
Great Idea, but Half Baked
These vents are a great idea, and it's clear that some time has been spent on the hardware. Unfortunately, the iOS app and corresponding software seems to be half baked. The interface leaves a lot of interpretation to the user - does +1 degree in a room mean that it's a degree hotter than it should be, or that you want it a degree hotter? You can schedule 'occupancy' times for rooms, but the settings are too coarse - and the weekend settings would probably make more sense if they allowed you to set up late nights on Friday and Saturday. Instead it's Saturday and Sunday, which are indeed the weekend days but not necessarily the right days for this application.
Also the app's 'Auto' mode, which should really be its top feature, hasn't worked for about a month. Tech support from Keen stopped responding to messages - but they seem more than happy to post updates about their attempts to recruit investors for the company.
Stay away until there are signs of life from the development team and improvements to the software!
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.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.