Take control of your appliances around your home. Examples of appliances which can be automated include your geyser, sprinklers, pool, Jacuzzi, garage, gates, coffee machine, curtains, blinds and projector screen.
Why not automate the most frequently used curtains and blinds in your home. This keeps them cleaner for longer, and preserves the life of your curtains and blinds.
Once automated the window coverings can be linked up to your home automation system, so that they can be opened or closed automatically, depending on the time of day, or any other conditions you set. No more touching your expensive curtains, keeping them clean so they last longer.
Garage Door / Gate Integration
Integrate your entrances into home automation system so you can see the status of garage / gates: i.e. open and closed from anywhere in the house, and operate them via remote control or touch screens, giving you extra convenience and security.
Keep it hidden!
Quietly and precisely raise and lift your screens and equipment with plasma lifts and drops. Anything can be hidden away under a surface with a lift. You can even automate and hide your safe under a counter or floor – so it lift and becomes visible only when you want to access it.
Water is a scarce resource and water management is key to ensuring the future of the planet. Automating , your domestic irrigation system allows you to optimistic water usage, so you only use it when you need to!
Video Distribution systems allow you to view any of your video sources (DStv, DVD, CCTV etc.) on any TV in the house, independently of one another. No more fighting over who gets to watch their favorite program.
Most homes have more than one video source (DStv1, DStv2, DVD, Media Server, CCTV etc.), and more than one TV/LCD/Plasma to watch these videos sources on.
Video Distribution systems allow you to distribute these video signals to the many TV's/LCDs/Plasmas that you have in your home, with each display being able to independently watch any one of the video sources.
Video distribution can come in the form of simple distribution using Radio Frequency (RF) signals through Coax Cable using modulators, to more complex video distribution of high definition (HD) video signals.
With High Definition DVDs and Blue Ray Disks becoming more popular and High Definition TV now available, high definition video signals need to be distributed in most homes.