Central and remote control
Remote control and remote system updates
All electric equipment can be controlled locally from the room the equipment is in, as well as remotely. The user can control every element separately or merge them into groups, from any place in the building or remotely via the phone or Internet.
Via the phone (or text messages) one can monitor and control the system functions from any place. One can e. g. check the alarm system, power grid, state of the windows, etc. One can also remotely switch the heating on early in the morning. The system will transmit a report, should there e. g. be a problem with the heating, a busted pipe, an open window or if the system registers an intruder, to the owner’s phone, the neighbour, the office or security company.
Should the SMARTech offices and the house where the system is installed be far apart, the possibility of a remote system update is very useful. Thanks to a special module, the user can save money on the cost of changes and updates, which, done remotely, will be cheaper than having the technicians come over and do it personally.
Central functions common heating and lighting control allows temperature reduction in rooms in which motion detectors do not sense anyone’s presence a common clock controlling the lighting in all the rooms can also control the temperature levels peak power consumption control is realised through smooth, minute power use reduction (e. g. by means of momentary light dimming or minute temperature drops in any room) locking the door can trigger various operations (of the lighting, heating, blinds) programmed by the user. control of many central functions for any part of the building from anywhere in it (e. g. the lighting of each floor can be controlled from that floor as well as from the building security centre; external wall illumination, including lighting beside windows in all rooms, can be controlled from selected points of the building) full control of the lighting system from the building security room via a computer working as the central unit (status of the lighting in each room, as well as control and work cycle registration) when going out, we switch off all lights and lower all the blinds by pressing one button before the inhabitants turn in, the system will check whether all windows and doors are closed when we want to have a nap, curtains will automatically close, and the phone, intercom and door bell will be switched off, so as not to disturb us upon waking up, we will be informed by the system about the temperature outside, and the curtains will be opened motion detectors and window sensors can not only be part of the security system, but also control the lighting and heating (the opening of a window causes the temperature to be lowered, a signal from a motion detector will cause the lightning to be switched on)