Home Automation we've done
9" Touch-panel to control distributed audio and video, climate, security, lighting, and anything else you want.
The front of a rack for a large home that was recently renovated and for which we spent weeks fishing new wires to support distributed audio and video, with the ability to be expanded upon.
The back of a rack for a large home that was recently renovated and for which we spent weeks fishing new wires to support distributed audio and video, with the ability to be expanded upon.
A close up view of the electrical can which controls several dozen lights with keypads, and occupancy sensors
In this in-law suite in a fully automated island home we have a touch-screen, remote control, and wireless keypad for lighting control.
10 zones of HVAC and dozens of lighting loads controlled with occupancy sensors in this fully automated island home.
Here is the front pic of the audio rack which controls all the distributed audio for 16 zones of audio, a surround sound zone, and a dedicated Home Cinema room.
Here is the front pic of the video and processing rack which controls all the distributed video for 14 zones of video with 15 sources, a surround sound zone, and a dedicated Home Cinema room.
Here you can see the front of the three racks which control a fully automated decked out island home
When you arrive or depart from this fully automated home, you need to enter the security clearance through the touch-panel, and control anything else you may want to do, like turn the lights and music on by the pool.
Some lights need to be placed in a secondary location due to the size of the home, we accommodated for this.
These stairwells light up when you walk into them. No need to turn the lights on in this house, as it adjusts for your movement. Functionally turning on and off as you enter or exit zones of the home.
A Dining Room off the Kitchen which is also apart of and has the ability to control the distributed audio and video and other luxuries of the home.