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    What about electrically operated TVRs ...

    What about electrically operated TVRs these use 24V dc or ac or 220V ac. Not wireless I know but the clossest to what you are after.
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    Some answers require a further tick box, as I...

    Some answers require a further tick box, as I have used certain things in the past and would use them again if the circumstances required it.
    Also many things are too generalised.
    Should also have...
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    Was going to install the electrical version in an...

    Was going to install the electrical version in an apartment but once I worked out the zoning and then costings I decided Air con units where cheaper and they will provide the heat in the winter.
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    Interesting. I know when you are testing a...

    Interesting.
    I know when you are testing a single ring circuit you are supposed to turn off the others, to avoid for want of a better word cross contamination. One way would be to put in a din...
  5. Just to clarify is it an immersion heater (hot...

    Just to clarify is it an immersion heater (hot water) or a towel rail.
    I think most immersion heaters are resistive in load and so are towel rails. You need to see what its load rating is....
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    Air conditioning control

    I have been looking for an easy solution to control air conditioning units in an unoccupied room.
    Some of the systems cost two to three hundred pounds per air con unit.
    After some digging around...
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    I know one of the UK Loxone installers has...

    I know one of the UK Loxone installers has installed LED skirting board lighting, but its not cheap.
    If you need help with the LED lighting strips I can help you as apart from installing home...
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    I would use CAT6 through out. Then you have just...

    I would use CAT6 through out. Then you have just one type of network cable to worry about. Black Box can be very expensive, so try Amazon.
    Have a look at Loxone . This will do most if not all the...
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    In a word you need a WDS system (Wireless...

    In a word you need a WDS system (Wireless distribution system). I installed a CAT6 based network for a local Steve Jobs school and the guys from Apple then came and installed the wireless system...
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    When I am interviewing a client for home...

    When I am interviewing a client for home automation I always ask the following question:

    1 What do you want it do.
    a. Turn lights on and off, Lights turning on/off automatically at set times
    ...
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    There is a guy on ebay Spain...

    There is a guy on ebay Spain selling these for just over 6 euros.

    The English translation is : The YF-S402 is a flow sensor which is made up of a plastic body, a water rotor and a Hall effect...
  12. For set up you just select the fan speed its...

    For set up you just select the fan speed its either fast or slow. I guess Slow for cloakrooms and fast for bathrooms. Then there is a humidity setting this is a bit counter intuitive in my opinion...
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    What automation system have you got. @...

    What automation system have you got.

    @ Franktate, kids will always find a way to defeat any home automation system.

    I often use my kids to test out any home automation install, especially when...
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    Normally a flickering LED bulb is either due to a...

    Normally a flickering LED bulb is either due to a bad LED driver, but since almost all of your bulbs have developed this fault then I think we can rule this out. The other is the way LED bulbs are...
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    I wouldn't use a heat lamp. Too many potential...

    I wouldn't use a heat lamp. Too many potential problems.
    You can get small underfloor heating mats which would work. Did think of doing this for a friends dog kennel.
  16. I second a Loxone install. It can work without an...

    I second a Loxone install. It can work without an internet connection, but does need to be connected to a wifi router (this does not need to be connected to the internet) if you want to use their...
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    Vogel...

    Vogel do a wall mount for about 30 pounds.
    I have seen people use an old picture frame.
  18. Loxone (http://www.loxone.com) could do this. ...

    Loxone could do this.
    I would use a Miniserver Go, a Multi Air Extension , and in each room you need a stat use the Temperature and Humidity Sensor.
    You may need a Nano Air to act as a repeater...
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    If you need any advice on Loxone just ask. I have...

    If you need any advice on Loxone just ask. I have installed three systems here in Spain.
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    Loxone (https://www.loxone.com/itit/) is...

    Loxone is available in Italy. I Live in Spain. Depending on how I buy the products depends on whoI deal with. If I use a credit card I deal with Loxone España if I buy and pay with a bank transfer I...
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    Have a look at Loxone for the heating. Their...

    Have a look at Loxone for the heating. Their valves are wireless.

    If you are knocking the 2 flats into 1 then I would design the system as 2 seperate systems, that are linked with one boiler....
  22. One thing I do when running powerline stuff is to...

    One thing I do when running powerline stuff is to turn off the sleep mode. This can be done with the powerline utility program. I did this on my set up and it stopped almost all of the problems...
  23. I have used skirting board style conduit and then...

    I have used skirting board style conduit and then used cupboards etc to get to another floor, might be an option. What type of floors do you have.
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    Have a look at Loxone (http://www.loxone.com) And...

    Have a look at Loxone And send them an email.
    They are very helpful.
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    I would also recommend Visonic.

    I would also recommend Visonic.
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