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    Water Level Sensor

    Hi guys

    It's been a long time since I've been on here - sadly, house moves have prevented any "automation" thoughts!

    Anyway... what I'm looking for is a water level sensor that can provide,...
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    New to CBus - some ideas/hints please

    I've been looking at putting in a nice multi-room lighting and other appliance control across my house, to basically improve the ability to control lights, save energy, added security and a general...
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    Infrared & Audio over Cat5

    I've been working on moving and tidying up our setup, and indeed have created quite a neat Node0, photos of which I will post of the relevant section eventually!

    However, I'm not looking at...
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    Installing Ceiling Speakers and mixer/AMP

    I've recently installed my Media Centre, along with upgrading the TV, completing various bits of wiring, and generally got nearer to completing the first stage of my upgrades at home!

    The next...
  5. Thread: Cabling Advice

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    Cabling Advice

    I'm about to put in quite a bit of cabling (cat5 & speaker) around our house, and i've been looking for some case-study ideas on how best to approach it.

    I'm fixed on the hardware, and indeed have...
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    Remote power switch

    I unfortunately have a server where I do not get easy access to all the time, and unfortunately it is having a habit of falling over, and thus need rebooting...

    Can anyone recommend a cheap single...
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    Long Range Wireless

    Hi All - and apologies if this is a little off-topic, but I couldn't think where else to ask!

    Does anyone know of a decent WAP that will allow us to connect an existing stie, with one about...
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    Tha's cheap and ordered! thanks

    Tha's cheap and ordered! thanks
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    Do you know some reasonably priced suppliers of...

    Do you know some reasonably priced suppliers of both/either? (Preferably online)

    Thanks
    Nunners
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    Running CAT5 cable outside

    I'm starting to make build up my HA plans for my new house - previous house was HA'd but very limited - and the first thing I want to do is move various bits of network kit around, and indeed add...
  11. Thread: Oil Tank Gauge

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    Oil Tank Gauge

    Our Domestic Oil tank ran out over last weekend, with the manual gauge on the side reading still half full... so what with refilling the oil, then have to get the oil pump replaced because it...
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    Worcester Bosch Oil Boiler Advise

    We have recently moved into a new house and it has a Worcester Bosch 15/19 Heatslave Oil Combi-Boiler. Previously, I've always been used to a gas boiler with hot-water tank; and I've therefore got a...
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    What sort of sound quality will an xBox produce? ...

    What sort of sound quality will an xBox produce? If i'm looking for something that can support surround sound, am I better building my own PC, with a surround sound supporting card?
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    THanks for the reply - only slight problem is - I...

    THanks for the reply - only slight problem is - I don't have an xBox, and don't particularly want one :) I might be getting a Wii, but I'm fairly certain that can't act as an MC?

    Cheers
    Nunners
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    PC as sound output/stereo replacement

    I've currently got a Sony 42" TV, with a decent DVD and video player setup in our lounge. I've also got two servers, one linux and one windows, which look after all our email and home automation.
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    Remote Heating Control

    We're about to move house, and for ages I've been contemplating the following dialema.

    My wife and I have our own company, and work various hours depending on how busy things are and which shift...
  17. Solution Wanted - new controller with web browser

    I'm looking at upgrading my Central Heating/Hot Water Controllers, as I think I can make it more economic.

    I currently have a Potterton Boiler, with a single day "ordinary" controller, with a...
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    Re: Dual line telephone

    Finally found something within a reasonable budget that supports what I want to do...

    http://www.cordless-phones.uk.com/cordless-phones/multihandset-cordless-phones/siemens-gigaset-c460ip-twin
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    Thanks for your response. The setup I've got...

    Thanks for your response. The setup I've got involves using my own Asterisk Server as a sort of telephone system for the business I have - across three offices.

    So SIP would be best and easiest,...
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    Dual line telephone

    Hi Guys,

    Slightly off topic but... does anyone know of a telephone with twin line selection?

    I've got an office which has got two lines - one normal BT the other a VoIP line. Due to the fact...
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    Heating Control - taking a first/next step

    I've currently got a standard central heating system (Potterton) which has a simple 24 hr programmable timer on it, looking after hot water and heating seperately.

    I'd like to be able to get...
  22. Re: Phone wiring help - with ADSL & a PBX in mind

    I've already got a decent filter - as an aside, I work for an ISP, and we've tested loads of filters, and found the best ones to be Excelsus ones... they're tailed and have better capacitors in them.
  23. Phone wiring help - with ADSL & a PBX in mind

    I've got an old Panasonic A309 phone system, which has four extensions off it, and as far as I can tell goes straight onto the current single phone line. I've recently enabled broadband on it, and...
  24. Thread: Wiring a KVM

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    Re: Wiring a KVM

    OK, I'm getting somewhere with this..

    The following is the wiring diagram for a 15Pin VGA cable:
    Pin Name Dir Description
    1 RED Red Video (75 ohm, 0.7 V p-p)
    2 GREEN Green Video (75...
  25. Thread: Wiring a KVM

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    Wiring a KVM

    I've started automating vairous parts of my house, and if I get a chance, I'll document it, and put some pictures up at some point in the near future.

    I've now got a slight problem with a wiring...
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