What network can do
- Command actuators from a keyfob, smartphone, laptop or PC;
- Turn the light on/off and dimmering, move the roller shutter up/down, set thermostat temperature;
- Read out sensors status (energy monitoring).
- Stack adaptable to different profiles, easy addition of functionalities on customer demand;
- Easy configuration, by means of an hand held transmitter;
- Low cost: no royalty, no alliances, very light stack;
- Portable nodes are permitted.
- Broadcasting of commands to move up/down all actuators.
- Sensors (like wind, rain and light sensors) can easiliy be taught to command specific actuators on event triggering.
- Each sensor is battery supplied and it wakes up on event triggering. Batteries can last more than 3 years!
- Repeater is main supplied (a battery is included for survival in case of black-out) and extends network coverage.
- 2-way link for supervision and feedback.
- Check everywhere the consumption of your appliances.
- Command the appliances to turn on/off based on some conditions (i.e. dimming light intensity based on the status of photosensors).
- Control each individual room with differrent temperature program.
- Get a feedback from the radiator of command status.
- Allow sensors to command the radiator valve.
- In offices & buildings you can broadcast commands to all or groups of fixtures for dimming and/or turning on/off.
- Batteries in portable transmitters can last several years, with no need of maintenance.
- Very easy configuration of network associations.
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If used in conjunction with an RFT-868-USB dongle or a RFT-868-DEMO allows the network to be fully controlled via a Windows PC. A minimal 1024×768 screen resolution and .NET Framework 4.0 are required. Framework can be downloaded from: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17718 (Standalone Installer) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851 (Web Installer) Click here to download RFTide™ software read more →