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  1. However if you're replacing the HomeEasy devices,...

    However if you're replacing the HomeEasy devices, from my research the LightwaveRF products (also mentioned by MichaelD above) seem to be the best bet. Good range of modules, works with Alexa out of...
  2. If you have experience setting up Raspberry Pis,...

    If you have experience setting up Raspberry Pis, or have Linux experience in general, it's reasonably easy to setup Domoticz + HABridge. Just follow the instructions.

    Then you can point your iMac...
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    How experienced are you with Javascript? You...

    How experienced are you with Javascript?

    You can do an ONCLICK attribute inside of an A or BUTTON tag, to call a function, then in that function just do a XMLHttpRequest.
  4. I got it working with HomeEasy now (without...

    I got it working with HomeEasy now (without needing IFTTT).

    Thank you MichaelD for inspiring me to look for a software solution rather than buying a bunch of new products.

    I looked at Domoticz...
  5. How do you make HomeEasy work with IFTTT? The...

    How do you make HomeEasy work with IFTTT? The only way I've found a bit convoluted - to use a Domoticz server with RFXcom.

    And yes my Echo has arrived :D

    It's a bit shitty that UK Echos don't...
  6. Thanks but unfortunately I don't think any of the...

    Thanks but unfortunately I don't think any of the listed options has UK-style wall switches?
  7. Wall light switches that work with Amazon Echo?

    Hi all,

    So the Amazon Echo is going to be delivered tomorrow :D Can't wait!

    But any recommendations on wall light switches that work with the Echo in the UK please?

    All of the ones I've seen...
  8. I bet you've heard of HWiNFO32? It's a popular...

    I bet you've heard of HWiNFO32?

    It's a popular generic hardware info utility, and those stats that you want are a part of it.

    And it's got a plugin here that presents the various values over...
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    Interesting. They also have a module called "Wifi...

    Interesting. They also have a module called "Wifi Link" and an iOS app for 99.
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    By the way I have the B&Q link but can't find it...

    By the way I have the B&Q link but can't find it on Siemens's website.

    http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/electrical/room-control?fh_view_size=150&fh_start_index=0
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    Siemens's new home control range in B&Q

    Hi all,

    Went to get a couple of things in B&Q today, and noticed that they are selling a new range of Siemens home control products (dimmers, sockets, remotes, thermostats, radiator valves, etc). ...
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    Yes it does work reasonably well :)

    Yes it does work reasonably well :)
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    Mine is fitted about two weeks ago. I got some...

    Mine is fitted about two weeks ago.
    I got some pictures taken and started a write up.
    I just haven't had time to finish off the editing and writing yet.
    Hopefully it will be done within a week.
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    It's a dual core with 2GB (only one slot :( ),...

    It's a dual core with 2GB (only one slot :( ), and it definitely struggles with most HD transcoding, probably because it is not able to make use of the ION acceleration.
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    Okay I'll try! But please make sure you'll...

    Okay I'll try!

    But please make sure you'll edit whatever I write... I'm not very confident in my writing.
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    Hi. Be careful with option 3. I have an Atom PC...

    Hi. Be careful with option 3. I have an Atom PC (Zotac ION), and it struggles with transcoding HD content.
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    Personally, I find a good combination that works...

    Personally, I find a good combination that works very well for me.

    For amps, I use class-T amps with Tripath TA2020 or TA2024 chipsets, widely available on eBay for very cheap (try Muse brand...
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    I am sorry I am not very good with words, as you...

    I am sorry I am not very good with words, as you can tell by a mini review I did a while ago - http://www.automatedhome.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=1947

    What I can do though, I can take lots...
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    Okay I bought one already! Will be fitting it in...

    Okay I bought one already!
    Will be fitting it in the royal wedding long weekend!
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    Any more info on these "removable skirting...

    Any more info on these "removable skirting boards" please?
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    If you go for a music solution plus an AV...

    If you go for a music solution plus an AV solution, the problem you have is that you will have to switch input to your amps every time you change the source... which is annoying and very likely to...
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    Do you guys not think the original poster might...

    Do you guys not think the original poster might have been scared away. :O

    Anyway, Plavixo, to get you started, have a look at the HomeEasy range. It communicates wirelessly, and is sold in...
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    Still don't know but the cheapest place I've...

    Still don't know but the cheapest place I've found is this -
    http://www.plumbnation.co.uk/site/warmup-3ie-programmable-thermostat/
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    WarmUp 3iE touch screen colour thermostat?

    Hi all,

    Just found that WarmUp has a new and rather good looking colour touch screen thermostat.
    http://www.warmup.co.uk/uk-3ie-thermostat.phtml

    It is made for underfloor heating but I guess...
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    Thanks. Especially the tip about the Busware CUL....

    Thanks. Especially the tip about the Busware CUL. Very interesting info, but will probably be a bit more time consuming than I had originally anticipated.

    So I *don't* need a FHZ1000, right?
    ...
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