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Take control of your energy bill by remotely adjusting the room temperature!

AirPatrol is an innovative and user-friendly heat pump / air conditioner controller that lets you effortlessly change the mode, room temperature and fan speed of your heat pump.

AirPatrol comes with a free smartphone application and is made and tested in the European Union to ensure that it works in the Nordic environment.


Click below to download AirPatrol for Android, iOS or Windows Phone 8*

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*  Windows Phone app is for AirPatrol Nordic.

With AirPatrol’s mobile application you can


With Nordic model receive alarms and notifications to get some peace of mind

Get notificiations when…


Combi Control

Combi Control is a special AirPatrol for Toshiba. To use your Combi Control with comfort use our special Combi Control mobile application.

Click below to download Combi Control for Android, Windows Phone 8 or iOS

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Customer reviews

Google Play   App store
5-starsBest app!  5-starsClear app
Enormously good to be able to control the heat in the summer house, to find out if there is a power failure, the temperature in the house etc.  Easy to understand and easy to use!
Anders on 19 Dec  Fridita on 28 May
5-starsPerfect Great app  5-starsGreat
Does what it takes :-) miss more opportunities for my FH35. But it’s probably just as well that not too many features are added :-)  Ingenious simple and good!
Tom on 13 Dec  Technician on 11 May
5-starsSuperb!  5-starsWorks great!
Stylish and attractive layout, easy to use and above all really cool app for those who want full control of their heat pump! :) Totally bug free and accessible to a variety of models and brands. Highly recommended!  Brilliant, just brilliant. Thanks :)
User on 12 Jul  Mart on 12 Jul


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