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Home Automation

We are qualified C-Bus and Dynalite installers and programmers.
Home automation is a microprocessor-based control and management system for a diverse range of applications; residential, commercial and industrial including multi-story office buildings, retail shops, pubs and clubs, factories and warehouses and of course ‘smart homes’. It is used to control lighting and other electrical services.

Whether simple ON/OFF control of a lighting circuit, or variable (analogue) type control, such as electronic dimmable fluorescent lights, they can be used to easily control virtually any type of electrical load.
Some of these include security, audio-visual, motors, air-conditioning, motorised blinds, curtains, pool pumps – in fact, just about anything that can be turned ‘on’ or ‘off’ can be controlled by Home automation.

Energy Management

In today’s environmentally conscious society, more and more emphasis is being placed upon the need for energy management. Home automation uses technologies such as occupancy detectors, ambient light sensors, temperature control and variable lighting levels to maximise the efficiency of different environments.

User Friendly

Home automation is all about providing simplicity, from one touch control of lighting and audio visual equipment in your media room to total building control from a central location. With a touch screen you can simply control all aspects of your home in any location on your premises.

Goodnight Mode

Forget going around your house and turning off all the lights. Simply press your “goodnight” button and all your lights will fade off.
Sick of getting blinded when you go to the toilet in the middle of the night? Set your hall and bathroom lights to only come on to half their brightness between certain hours of the night when you turn on the switch.

Home Security

Going to be away from home for some time?
Deter would-be burglars by giving your home that “lived in look.”
Lights can be turned on and off at set times as well as opening curtains during the day and closing them at night, all according to a schedule.

No matter how much control integration takes place, if you can’t understand, operate or feel comfortable with a home automation system, then it’s not really a ‘smart’ home at all.

We design easy to use systems to suit your individual needs.
The demand for Home Automation is rapidly increasing and allows for future expansion and caters for new technologies.