Archive for November, 2013

Stanley Home Automation

Posted on November 27th, 2013 by gadget

Suppose you wake up in the morning and find everything ready for you: water for your shower is heated and ready, the coffee maker is brewing your morning cup of coffee or you are getting an update of the weather through your entertainment system. This may appear like a sci-fi movie wherein the electronic devices have a brain of their own and know how to start your day. However, this is quite possible in real life; advanced technology has made this possible in the form of home automation devices that take care of all the mundane matters for you.

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Home Automation – Changing the way people live

Posted on November 27th, 2013 by gadget

Life in today’s society is a very hectic and busy one, where everyone is always on the move trying to complete chores and errands. Because of this demanding lifestyle, many people around the world are contemplating installing home automation systems in their houses.

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Smart Homes: Home Automation Made Easy

Posted on November 23rd, 2013 by gadget

Frequently found throughout films from the 60’s and 70’s are tales of futuristic robots and automated homes that can take care of themselves.

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Tips to find the best Home Automation Systems

Posted on November 11th, 2013 by gadget

There are some types of high-end systems that come directly with sophisticated lighting control subsystems. Additionally to that, you will get all the key components for a complete home automation system that you can customize according to your needs and wishes. Other types of home automation systems are less expensive, but the truth of the matter is that the only thing you will get for such a small amount of money you invested is a security, lighting and temperature control package.

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DIY Home Automation Lighting

Posted on November 7th, 2013 by gadget

We live in an age of networks and inter-networks. Home automated lighting in that regard, is no different. There are three broad types of automated lighting controls; those that are wireless such as Z-Wave, those that are hardwired and installed as the house is being built and those that communicate over a households existing electrical wiring such as X-10, UPB (Universal Powerline Bus) and a few others. All of these protocols (or communication standards) can operate as a single, stand alone system or can be integrated with more complex home automation and security controllers for a complete smart home solution.

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Should I Hire A Pro To Set-up My Home Automation

Posted on November 6th, 2013 by gadget

The understanding that when you hire a professional to install devices to automate your home and that he/she will understand all your home automation requirements and will get you up and running hassle free, is very true.

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Home automation ideas

Posted on November 4th, 2013 by gadget

It is wise that you do your home work into the various home automation manufacturers lines available before choosing one to invest in. Some of the frugal home automation systems rely on technology that seems to hit and miss at times.

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Wireless Home Automation

Posted on November 1st, 2013 by gadget

Living in a home where all the devices can be controlled by a single control panel or a small remote control is not an idea from the movies. It is very much a reality. You would remember that televisions and computers were once believed to be the products of fiction. Today, you can fully automate your house and control your devices with the help of a single control panel.

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Wireless Home Automation Ideas

Posted on November 1st, 2013 by gadget

Usually, the best time to install home automation systems is during the construction of the house as it is easier to access the walls, outlets, and storage rooms. However, it is still possible to install home automation systems into any house using wireless home automation technology.

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