The first digital radiator [UPDATE]

By CryptoArch | BATman00 | 22 Jan 2020

A revolutionary idea emerged in this French start-up. An alliance between electric radiator and high-performance computing server.


Economic and ecological heating :
A detail of his idea source, computers release lots of heat when running.

The start-up company Qarnot, decided to take advantage of these non-negligible and usually lost cost heat production and directly benefit the buildings.

When you think about Data-center, accumulating thousands of bays and servers, cooled by huge air conditioning blocks, one quickly understands the stakes of this suchconcept.

Qarnot designed the QH-1, the first computer radiator whose heat comes from embedded microprocessors that remotely perform computer calculations. These calculations are remunerated by third parties using your computing power.

The Qarnot solution significantly reduces the carbon footprint of calculating systems.

When the QH-1 is running, its electrical consumption is measured directly internally, and the start-up Qarnot reimburses you for electricity costs.


High quality heat :
The system has a strong inertia and gives off a homogeneous and stable heat, distributed harmoniously in the room comparable to a central heating.
A QH-1 can heat up to 30 m² in a building that meets modern insulation standards.


The brain of your smart building :
With the Home by Qarnot app, keep a close eye on your remote heating system, and adjust the temperature of each device around the world.
The application allows you to centralize an intelligent building by home automation and control other equipment : bulbs, meters, connected switches, etc.


Design of the product :
The QH-1 was designed to meet the highest engineering and heating requirements. The aluminium heat sink guarantees a soft heat. It is topped with wood and other materials from responsible dies.

It’s a great idea if these devices were to equip our homes.
Generate money by heating up.


Technical description :

Dimensions : 65 62.5 15 cm
Power : 650W
Weight : 33 kg
Materials : Wood, Aluminium
Noise : 0 dB
Power : 110/230V AC
Connectivity : RJ45 Ethernet
Sensors : Temperature, CO2, humidity, brightness, pressure, VOC
Interfaces : Touch Interface, Mobile App
Wi-Fi communication (low speed)
Gigabit Ethernet
Internal materiel : 3 Cpus (AMD Ryzen 7)

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