November 16th can be said to have been the 100th anniversary of electronics. On that day in 1904 Sir John Fleming patented the oscillation valve, later known as the Fleming tube.
Halloween time approaches. You love gadgets. You work hard. It's time to have some fun with the neighbors, or host your own haunted party. Halloween is the perfect time to automate your scariest ideas. Here are a few of our favorites from the Intellanet Home Automation Library.
Your entertainment system has the potential to perform many times better than ?stock? from the factory just by making some simple adjustments to the vibration of the things in your room and system that control the acoustical, mechanical and electrical energy.
It is no longer necessary to endlessly fiddle with the many knobs on subwoofer crossovers that at the very best only approximate the right response and usually leave the consumer frustrated and feeling inadequate to the task.
With the increased reliability of HVAC home automation solutions, you can enjoy the benefits of control, convenience and energy savings in your home. By integrating the security system to the HVAC system, you can greatly simplify the effort of pulling it all together. Now, there is no reason to have cold feet about implementing your own system. In fact, there is no reason to have cold feet at all!
The Connected Home? event on 24-25 September, London, will offer a practical focused two-day conference on the real implications, strategies and technology challenges for the profitable implementation of the connected home.
The personal computer, intelligent automated device and gadget market is rapidly increasing each year so it is well worth while watching the character of the iHome as it changes each year through what we may be able to put in it.
It's been known from the beginning, but ignored out of ignorance and/or lack of motivation. Why sell room acoustics when electronic components carry generous mark-ups? Now both problems are solved.
For Christmas 2003 a new, unheard world of audio entertainment is expected reach listeners in the form of aftermarket AM/FM automotive radios. Symphony digital radios as original equipment in cars are expected to appear in 2004.
Now, imagine handing the wheel to a friend, who waits as you actually get out, pop the hood, and sit directly on the engine.
HDMI incorporates all the cables that you need to hook up your A/V equipment into a single plug. Lets say that you have a plasma display and a DVR unit. Just plug in the HDMI cable between the plasma and the DVR, and everything that you need for audio/video and control is done.
If you are building, moving, renovating or seeking a more advanced way of living, have a strategic plan that covers all these components. But be advised ... make sure the experts that implement these aspects are specialized in their respective areas. Check references, licenses and know that a team of specialized experts delivers the top quality fusion of technology in you home.
Over the next 10 years or so, your relationship with your home technology integrator may become just as important to your lifestyle and how you utilize your home as many of the other professional services firms you rely on today.
Power products that protect rack components and its programming functions from power anomalies minimize the risk of maintenance calls and dissatisfied consumers, which, in turn maximizes profitability and the opportunity for future referral business.
Selling boxes is easy. Buying boxes is easy. Integrating the boxes may not be so easy. Designing the right system with the right boxes is even harder, thus the reason homeowners pay integrators to engineer and install the perfect working system.
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Use for any Low Voltage Cabling, A/V, Telecom, Data, Networking Ideal for : Sound Bars & Wall Speakers • Home Theater Cabling • A/V Furniture The SPEEDPORT™ is incredibly versatile and is ideal for wall mounted box speakers, sound bars and wireless access devices mounted in ceilings. It can accommodate almost any device needed to be hung on a wall or ceiling with cable pass thru and mounting. The ultra low profile design features a rubber grommet insert for bulk cable pass thru. Two mounting screws are hidden behind the grommet and offer a clean, unobtrusive presentation. Installation is quick & simple using a hole saw and attaches to acoustical ceiling tiles and/or gypsum board. Reducing labor and a whole lot of mess from hand cutting large rectangular holes - Low voltage brackets are no longer needed. Just cut your hole in the desired location, insert SPEEDPORT™ and tighten adjustable mounting arms to fasten securely.