Home Centre 2 has formidable memory and processor hardware (incuding 1 GB RAM and 2 GB SLC hard drive) to optimise home automation systems using the Z-wave protocol. Control devices such as lighting, heating, air conditioning, and irrigation; schedule operations for groups of devices; and even create “virtual devices”.
To find out more, contact local distributors Urbantek at (021) 447 4300 or email contact@urbantek.
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