The development of NSPanel V1.5.0 was completed, and we are thrilled to share the exciting updates that await you. Thanks to the relentless efforts of our technical team and your invaluable feedback, we’ve tackled the issues you raised and made significant strides in adding the features you’ve been eagerly anticipating. These enhancements are designed to elevate your smart home experience to new heights. Let’s dive into the remarkable changes in V1.5.0!

What’s NEW in V1.5.0

Thermostat Optimization

  • Thermostat interface optimization
  • Temperature accuracy reaches ±0.5
  • Added “Selected Device State”, you can set the state of the selected device after Thermostat is disabled.
  • Allow the shared user to control the Thermostat
Screen Widgets Support More Device Types

Supports eWeLink-Remote Control

Added Black Wallpaper Option

Added MAC Address

Added a Pop-Up Reminder When Switching Temperature Units
Supports Temperature Data Synchronization Between the Screen and App
Optimize Trigger Sources in App History


Thermostat Optimization

V1.5.0 is a major update addressing key concerns from our users. One of the standout features is the comprehensive update to NSPanel’s thermostat. Let’s dive into the details and see how this enhancement will improve your smart home experience.

  1. The temperature display on the screen has been improved to one decimal place.

You can get the real-time temperature more accurately.

  1. The temperature control accuracy is adjusted to a minimum of ±0.5, and the original wrong logic has been fixed.
  1. The screen thermostat interface has been updated, and the temperature adjustable range has been expanded, providing you with more flexible temperature control to avoid energy waste.
  • Celsius: 4~35℃
  • Fahrenheit: 39~95℉

4.  In the thermostat settings, we’ve added a new feature: “Selected Device State.” This allows you to set the state of your connected devices after the thermostat is disabled.

For instance, if you need to leave suddenly and turn off the thermostat, your air conditioner will no longer remain on, wasting energy. With this update, you can configure the air conditioner to automatically turn off when the thermostat is disabled, eliminating the need for repeated actions and helping you save energy effortlessly.

5. Supports the shared user to control Thermostat.

Screen Widgets Support More Device Types

Supports eWeLink-Remote Control

NSPanel now can be used as an eWeLink-Remote gateway to add eWeLink-Remote sub-device R5/S-MATE for two-way control.

Added Black Wallpaper Option

We listened to NSPanel users’ feedback and added black wallpaper to choose from.