Smart Command plumbing eco-system expanded to deliver greater insight into bathroom water usage

Caroma has completed its smart bathroom plumbing eco-system with the introduction of the Intelligent Shower and Eco Valve.

This latest addition to the Smart Command eco-system rounds out a portfolio of Bluetooth-enabled, cloud-connected smart bathroom fixtures which provides building managers with data and insights into their buildings water usage. It enables informed, proactive decision making to provide better experiences for users, predict maintenance and help save water.

The Intelligent Shower is designed to provide a seamless user experience with touchscreen operation which enables precise thermostatic temperature control as well as displaying shower duration and water usage to encourage shorter showers and water mindfulness.

It’s available in a single port which allows the operation of a singular shower fixture, a dual port which can divert between an overhead and hand shower, or a three port Eco variant which gives the user the ability to recapture water while the thermostatic mixer is reaching the desired temperature.

“This Intelligent Shower not only enhances the user experience, it does so without compromising on the building manager’s ability to control and monitor a building’s water performance.” Caroma Smart Command marketing manager Carl Gee says.

“The ability to monitor bathroom fixtures via the Smart Command cloud and mobile app allows the early detection of maintenance issues or leaks. However, the missing link was understanding what’s happening behind the wall.”

When installed within a bathroom plumbing system, the Smart Command Eco Valve can be programmed to detect unplanned excessive water flow, isolate the issue and send alerts directly to the building manager so that quick decisions can be made on how best to react.

The Intelligent Shower and Eco Valve are available for all commercial building specifications.

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