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    Sonos (www.sonos.com) is probably the best but it...

    Sonos is probably the best but it can be pricey. If youjoin the Loxone forums you will find a few threads on push button switches.
    I have just installed a Loxone system for a client to control his...
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    I would look at the following systems. Loxone...

    I would look at the following systems.
    Loxone and Idratek
  3. is the alarm system wireless or wired. If wired...

    is the alarm system wireless or wired.
    If wired could you also run parallel cabling to the PIR and then to the heat Genius. Not too sure if this would actually work in reality as it all depends on...
  4. Loxone (http://www.loxone.com) is very good just...

    Loxone is very good just installing one at the moment. Programming it isn't for everyone though, but the tutorials on the website are very good and the loxone forum is excellent. The smartphone app...
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    Try asking one of the big mobile phone operators....

    Try asking one of the big mobile phone operators. I know in Spain Vodaphone do a mobile internet package including router and phone.
    Here is a link to a similar phone as the one on ebay but its...
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    What happens when you leave one halogen GU10 bulb...

    What happens when you leave one halogen GU10 bulb in place. Also Marmitek do a micro module LMM31 or a 2263D (both modules are the same) that has a minimum load of 25 to 30 W.
    Also are the bulbs...
  7. If I was to redo, I would use either the Loxone ...

    If I was to redo, I would use either the Loxone system or Idratek. For multimedia I would use our own Android Set top box running XBMC. This would also feed a whole house Sonos system. I would...
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    I would agree with Vangelis. Find a friendly sub...

    I would agree with Vangelis. Find a friendly sub contractor who is willing to teach you. And also don't forget those electrical qualifications.
    I often work with electricians directly and get them...
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    Yes try Abitana (http://www.abitana.com)

    Yes try Abitana
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    Cost is 150 euros plus about 18 euros for...

    Cost is 150 euros plus about 18 euros for shipping would need to check the shipping price. We have sold out of our first batch already.
    If you need the internal HD bay then you need to specify this...
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    New Android TV box

    Just thought I would post a quick teaser here.
    We are in the process of developing an Android TV box, mainly to run XBMC. With various plugins already installed. So its basically a plug n play...
  13. Loxone will do heating, they have some good...

    Loxone will do heating, they have some good tutorials on their website.
    Audio visual have a look at XBMC this is a pretty good all round system also the Sonos stuff is very good but a little pricey.
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    OK. Often I think I have set a code in the...

    OK. Often I think I have set a code in the powermax and then when I check it it hasn't changed. So might be worth just rechecking the setting. Also try deleting the sensor and then re-enabling the...
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    Why not have a look at the Loxone miniserver. ...

    Why not have a look at the Loxone miniserver.
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  16. Thread: Door Locks

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    Have a look at Cyber locks...

    Have a look at Cyber locks
    Your problem I think is two fold. You need an automatic locking mechanism and then something to open and close the door. But also to allow manual control in the event of a...
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    If you are interested we do do some 18W garden...

    If you are interested we do do some 18W garden spot lights that are RGB and these can be connected together. The projection distance is about 15 to 20m.
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    What is is it that you actually want to do,...

    What is is it that you actually want to do, because RGB LED flood lights might not be the best option any way. If you can explain either via a PM or in another post then I can advise you on the best...
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    Installing Abitana Ommimedia cable is no...

    Installing Abitana Ommimedia cable is no different to installing CAT6 cable, and testing is the same. When I haven't been able to install the cable my self and its been up to a local electrician etc,...
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    There is the Belkin WeMo system, but this seems...

    There is the Belkin WeMo system, but this seems to have a few security issues. Then there is this energyEgg thing that was showcased on dragons den.
    There are GSM controllable sockets that have...
  21. The Loxone system can be used on its own to...

    The Loxone system can be used on its own to control lighting and heating. Read through the examples they give on the Loxone website.
    Lighting wirelessly can be done via the Enocean extension module...
  22. I will start with your suggestions Zoneminder...

    I will start with your suggestions
    Zoneminder looks to be a camera based security solution. So not a total security solution. What is your current alarm system, as many have some form of rs232 port....
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    What sensitivity setting do you have them on. Is...

    What sensitivity setting do you have them on. Is it on the Low or High setting. Just thinking that I know some PIRs can be set so that they need to have three or more consecutive triggers to actually...
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    What have you set the dip switch settings to....

    What have you set the dip switch settings to. Also it could be suffering from switch bounce which might explain the multiple closures.
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    I use the remote connection as if I was in front...

    I use the remote connection as if I was in front of the remote machine. Often to answer emails that require an attachment that is on the remote PC, access spreadsheets, just normal day to day...
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