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AMX is an all-encompassing high end professional home automation system. Usually only found in large bespoke homes as well as commercial settings like hotels and offices it employs proprietary technologies to provide an exceptionally polished system where every item is controlled and managed.
WeMo is a brand new range of home automation modules from Belkin. They offer simple plug and play appliance control and provide scheduling and remote operation from inside and outside the home with a free iOS App. In conjunction with the Cloud service If This Then That they can also be triggered from emails, SMS text messages as well as be scheduled to come on at sunset etc.
C-Bus from Clipsal / Schneider is a professional home automation system. It’s hard wired using a variety of topologies with CAT5 or similar cables – including it’s own pink version. It offers some wireless products in the range now too. It encompases a large range of modules, especially lighting, from this single supplier. It has a good following amongst Automated Home readers and DIY installation is possible with decent support available from forums etc. Watch our C-Bus video interview here.
The Comfort system from Cytech is one of the most popular smart home security panels around. As well as featuring If/Then/Else logic, one of its strengths is its ability to integrate with a wide range of other home automation systems via one of its ‘UCM’ boards. These hardware interfaces allow – for example – your security PIR to detect movement and then turn on your C-Bus controlled lighting in response . They support other standards like RS232, RS485, Ethernet, C-Bus, Crestron, KNX, Z-Wave, Velbus and GSM. Recently Cytech have released a cut-down version of their system, the ‘Logic Engine’ which acts as a stand alone HA controller for customers that don’t require the security features. Watch our video interview with Cytech.
CommandFusion are an Australian company producing a range of home automation hardware for CI’s and DIY installers. They aim to make things as simple as possible to install and operate and their iViewer software allows for creation of a GUI on a mobile device (iOS and Android). Their modules include various relays as well as traditional IR, RS232/422/485 and flexible I/O ports.
Control4 is an all-encompassing mid to high end home automation system. A relative new comer (established in 2003) it is highly rated and is installed by a network of approved CI’s. It aims to automate lighting, music, video, security and energy around the modern home and make it as easy to control as possible.
Crestron has been in business for over 40 years and is another high end all-encompassing professional home automation system. Like AMX it is a very fully featured proprietary system that has matured over many years. It is usually installed by CI’s in large bespoke homes with big budget HA systems offering control of everything from Crestron’s touchscreens and iOS devices.
Freedomotic is free open source home automation software that runs on any OS with Java support (Linux, Windows, Mac OSX, Android etc). It can be deployed on a single standard PC, a PCs network, a network of embedded devices like Raspberry Pi, or a mixture of the above.
Global Caché produce a range of WiFi / Ethernet IP enabled IR, serial, and contact closure devices. Most recently they have launched the iTach Flex range. The hardware allows you to control your home automation system using iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) Android devices as well as integrate them into controllers such as Indigo.
Harmony is Windows home automation software developed by UK based Domia Lifestyle. Around since 2002, this PC software supports X10, ByeBye Standby, C-Bus, Dupline, 1-Wire and Rako. Modules are available for Web and Touchsceen interfaces as well as CCTV and voice control.
HomeEasy is a range of wireless home automation modules produced by Byron. Ideal for retro-fitting into an existing property the range includes plugin modules, wall switches, micro modules, PIRs and remote controls.
HomeSeer is probably the best known Windows home automation software around. Established in 1998 its feature list has expanded yearly and now represents one of the most complete suites available. It’s also been joined over the years by the HomeTroller range of hardware home automation controllers. It supports a huge range of HA hardware including Insteon, UPB, X10, xAP, xPL and Z-Wave.
HomeVision and HomeVision Pro are hardware home automation controllers that were built to allow control of large X10 systems. Their innovative software allowed complex If/Then/Else conditions to easily be programmed by a novice yet provide powerful macros. They support a range of I/O too and the ability to work through a TV menu. In late 2011 HomeVision creator Crag Chadwick announced the controller was being discontinued.
Idratek was born out of years of University research and aims to be a true Home Automation system in the sense that it makes many decisions autonomously, rather than just provide remote controls for the home. Their Cortex software provides the intelligence for their own hardware modules and the entire network of sensors and switches learns from your behaviour which is ideal for assisted living scenarios too.
Indigo is s comprehensive Mac OSX home automation software package from Perceptive Automation. It supports X10, Insteon and more recently Z-Wave devices too plus a host of other sub systems from more than 40 3rd party plugins. The system is being actively developed and has a thriving support forum.
Insteon is a range of hardware home automation modules ideal for retro-fitting to any home. Insteon’s inventors SmartLabs describe it a “Dual Band” system as every command gets transmitted over both RF and Power Line. This built-in redundancy is designed to ensure your commands get through. The RF side of things is a proprietary Mesh Network where every module receives and re-transmits signals to maximise range and reduce dead spots. On the Power Line side Modules are also capable of sending X10 commands so you can control any legacy devices you may have.
KNX is the successor to several previous standards including the European Home Systems Protocol (EHS) and the European Installation Bus (EIB / Instabus). It’s a huge ecosystem for the smart home with over 7,000 certified KNX products on the market from over 100 companies. KNX is currently popular in Europe but has very little presence in the USA.
A relative new comer, LightwaveRF from JSJS designs offers a range of attractive modern home automation modules at reasonable prices. This wireless range currently doesn’t support status requests – although this may be coming in future hardware.
LinuxMCE is a free open source software suite that provides home automation controls as well as media centre duties. The system can be used to control X-10, KNX / EIB, Z-Wave, EnOcean, and Insteon hardware. In addition it provides other core components including VoIP with the FOSS Asterisk PBX and integration with CCTV / security systems.
The Loxone system is built around their neat ‘Miniserver’ hardware controller. It supports KNX switches and sensors, PC’s or touch screen, via web interface, remote control by iPod, iPhone, iPad, Smartphone, software integration and more.
Around since 1961, Lutron are famous for inventing the solid state dimmer. Now known for their intelligent lighting controls, Lutron is a professional grade system found in high end domestic and commercial installations.
Mi Casa Verde produce the “Vera” range of Linux based hardware home automation controllers. Built around Z-Wave technology these controllers also support Control4, X1o, Insteon and IP CCTV cameras. Their open APIs allow developers to create additional apps to control the home.
Minerva is an open source Linux home automation software suite. It offers a built in web interface, SMS and IR control plus speech synthesis. In addition it employs a range of ‘Applets’ to connect with and control various devices around your home. These include plugins for X10, Bluetooth, Audio and Video playback, Weather, reports, TV Guide and an RSS feed reader.
MisterHouse is free open source home automation software. Written entirely in Perl, it runs on Windows and most Unix based platforms, including Linux and Mac OSX. It supports a multitude of systems including xAP, xPL, X10, iButtons, TTS, RS-232 Serial etc.
Nest was started by Tony Fadell, one of the leads in both the iPod and iPhone design and development. Nest introduced the learning home heating thermostat and the more recently the Nest Protect smart home Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm. Nest have been purchased by Google.
The open Home Automation Bus (openHAB) is a system developed in Java that is hardware and protocol agnostic. With support for over 40 technologies including things like Raspberry Pi, RFXCOM, KNX, MAX! and Asterisk, it is building a growing smart home community.
Open Remote is software that runs on Windows, Linux, Mac and Raspberry Pi and is freely available under an Open Source license. It can be used to integrate many different smart home sub-systems including those from AMX, KNX, Lutron, Z-Wave, 1-Wire, EnOcean, xPL, Insteon, X10, Infrared, Russound, GlobalCache, IRTrans, XBMC, VLC, panStamps, Denon AVR, FreeBox and MythTV. End-user control interfaces are available for iOS and Android devices, and for devices with modern web browsers. User interface design, installation management and configuration can be handled remotely with OpenRemote cloud-based design tools.
Open Source Automation (OSA) is free open source home automation software for Windows. Its Plugin architecture and API makes it possible to interface to and control a wide variety of home automation and entertainment systems including X10, Insteon, 1-Wire, RFXCOM, Z-Wave, Global Cache, MCE, Squeezebox Server and XBMC.
Rako Controls produce a range of wired and wireless smart home lighting products that are designed and manufactured in the UK. iPhone and iPad control of lighting is available with their hardware bridge and their free Rako iOS App.
Revolve aims to be the one smartphone smart home controller to rule them all. It integrates control of many systems into a single iOS app (Android coming) plus a $300 hardware hub that houses 7 radios including Wi-Fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave and Insteon. With it they can control Sonos, Philips Hue, Belkin WeMo and Nest amongst others with drivers for more systems planned.
RFXcom produce a range of wireless transceivers that are a swiss army knife for RF home automation systems. They are supported by a huge range of software and hardware including HomeSeer, Indigo, Vera, HomeEasy and LightwaveRF. These inexpensive USB products work with Linux, Mac-OS and Windows.
Shion is home automation software for Mac OSX. It has recently been made open source and free along with its Shion Touch iOS App which is also free. With support for X10 and Insteon it’s an interesting proposition for Apple Mac users for zero outlay.
Velbus is a modular home automation system using a bus cable consisting of 4 wires (2 for power and 2 for data). There is no central control unit making the system immune to a single point of failure. It has a number of different control options, from built in control functions on each module, to server type controllers, including free and paid options. It also offers a DIN mounted server option and iPhone control.
Entry into the world of home automation has been powered by X10 for many people (Ed: including me). It’s probably the best known ‘proper’ home automation system, in that it offers a large range of hardware and software and it can be used in a relatively powerful way. It’s inexpensive and allows up to 256 addresses on the network but on the down side it’s based on a slow powerline technology invented in the 1970′s (by Pico Electronics in Scotland). While the technology is extremely well established it lacks modern features like status control.
It is a protocol designed to help disparate home automations systems talk to each other using broadcast UDP over a LAN. While development seems to have slowed in recent limes it remains a useful tool for integrating various smart home systems.
The “Internet of Things” (IoT) is a popular term referring to the increasing number of items that have an IP address. While an over-riding home automation communication standard has yet to appear, IP is rapidly becoming the medium of choice. The new low power 802.11ah standard that’s in the works should make Wi-Fi even more practical for smart home applications and with IPv6 it’s easy to see a time when every light bulb, radiator valve and PIR in our homes will have their own IP address on the smart grid.
Check out the Arduino and the Raspberrypi, which continue to be the darlings of the DIY home automation hardware hacker and there are a multitude of new wireless bulbtechnologies that have emerged in recent times too.
Lastly here’s a list of smart home technologies that haven’t made it into the main body of this article yet.
Det finst mange sider på internett der det blir diskutert korleis en bytter bremseklosser og skiver på Volvo V70 med elektronisk handbrems (EPB). Eg fant en som hadde postet en guide på dette. Sjølv har eg prøvd med Volvo Vida 2014A uten å finne fane der eg kunne sette handbrems i service modus.
Sånn ser den elektroniske handbremsen ut frå baksida:
Trekk ut kontakten (lettere sagt så gjort…) Stikk et skrujern inn i siden av kontakten og vipp kontakta opp:
Nå kan en fjerne caliperen fra “bremsekloss-holdaren”. Bruk en 13mm fastnøkkel. Hold igjen på innsida, ved gummibeskyttelsen med en 15mm fastnøkkel:
Slik ser innfestinga av den elektroniske handbremse motoren ut. Skru ut Torx skruen. (Størrelse T30):
Skru ut den andre Torx’n som er på motsatt side av EPB’n:
Når du har fjernet EPB, ser baksiden av caliperen slik ut:
Skru bolten i midten med klokka. Det skal gå bra med Torx T40, men vær forsiktig. Det vil ta lang tid å skru inn bolten. En må rekne med nokon minutt.
PS: Husk å skru inn caliper stempel, før montering.
Monter i motsatt rekkefølge.Når alt er montert sammen igjen (caliper, klosser og skiver) så aktiverer enn den elektroniske handbremsen. Første gangen vil den bruke litt lengre tid enn normalt.Så ta den av og på igjen. Nå skal alt høres normalt ut.
Det er mange metoder for å få ROOT tilgang på Android telefoner. Det har tidligere vore en del “script” som måtte kjøres for å få til dette. Lange og delvis avanserte oppskrifter. Dette er no blitt automatisert og det er i dag tre gode alternativ for “auto-root”.
VROOT Et kinesisk program som gir ROOT tilgang på dei aller fleste Android enheter som eksisterar. Tar heilt opp til 4.3 i skrivande stond. Har brukt VROOT på Sony Xpera Tablet Z og det fungerte fint. Websida deira er http://www.mgyun.com/en/GetVRoot
UnlockRoot Pro Denne koster pengar. Dei har også et UnlockFLASH for Samsung” program. Websida er http://www.unlockroot.com
Srs Root Støtter mange Android enheter. Websida er http://www.srsroot.com/
2,connect your device and you it will get detected. (Make sure USB Debugging is turned ON in your device)
Click the Green bottom right button and wait for rooting process to be done.
3,When this shows up, device will reboot, now you can unplug your device.
4. Now you need to install SuperSU from play store to replace the Chinese root manager called 授权管理 1.0.4.
5. Go to play store and install SuperSU.
6. Start SuperSU and you will be asked for permission by 授权管理 1.0.4, choose 允许(means allow). (Should be the right side option.)
7. SuperSU will prompt to install SU binary, go ahead with OK and it will display successful.
8. Now, freeze 授权管理 1.0.4 in titanium backup, just in case you need it again.
Note: If you uninstall straight away from app manager, you need to make sure SuperSU updated the binary.
9. Re-run SuperSU to make sure everything is alright. You will be prompt again to install SU binary, just do what it asked.
10. After that, you are rooted with SuperSU and 授权管理 1.0.4 will not be there anymore.
11. If you want to be more assured, in SuperSU app, prepare for a Reinstall in settings. (NOT Full unroot NOT Switch superuser app)
12. SuperSU will be removed and go back to play store to re-download and install.
13. Start SuperSU and SuperSU will prompt to install SU binary, go ahead with OK and it will display successful.
Løysning på problem som oppstår ved å installerer usignerte drivera på Windows 8
Kommer av å til opp med feilmelding når en skal installere usignerte drivera på Windows 8. Kjem ofte ved “heimelaga” verktøy som en gjerne brukar til flashing av telefonar, nettbrett, viltkamera, fotoapperat..+++
Her er ei oppskrift på problemet:
Step 1 :
Suppose you are trying to install custom Kernal on windows 8 and you stuck at this screen and nothing happens even if you connect your device in fastboot mode then its due to missing drivers.
Step 2 :
So now lets get started. Press “Start Key/Windows Key + C” or move your cursor to top right corner of the screen to activate the Charm Bar and click on “Settings Button” as shown in following figure.
Step 3 :
Now the setting panel will open. Click “Change PC Settings” from the bottom as shown.
Step 4 :
Now you will have this PC Settings screen.
Now click on General Tab. and scroll down to the bottom to find “Advance Start up Option” as shown below and click on Restart. This is immediate restart so make sure all programs are closed and saved.
Step 5 :
Your PC will reboot into Advance Start Up option. And you will see following screen. Now simply press on “Troubleshoot” option.
Step 6 :
In troubleshoot click on “Advance Options” .
Step 7 :
In advance option select “Start-Up Settings” .
Step 8 :
Now just press restart button in Start-Up settings as shown below. Your system will reboot in Start-Up Option Mode.
Step 9 :
Now after your system is rebooted you will get this following screen. Here to choose options we have to use function keys. Now press “F7″ to select “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement” .
Now your PC will boot with Disabled Driver Signature Enforcement and you will be able to install Flashtool/Fastboot drivers.
You can get this drivers from Post #2.
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