New LightwaveRF Video Explains Home A...

New LightwaveRF Video Explains Home Automation Range

There are 1 comment on the Automated Home story from Dec 18, 2012, titled New LightwaveRF Video Explains Home Automation Range. In it, Automated Home reports that:

The guys at JSJS Designs have just released this new 17 minute video. It's a great introduction to the LightwaveRF home automation range covering lighting, mood / scene switches, mains sockets for appliances, heating control, radiator valves and controlling it all from your smartphone.

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John

Lichfield, UK

#1 Dec 19, 2012
Perhaps if they had spent less on a video showing products that are over a year old.

And produced the boiler control now a year over due

Or the new App for the smartphones and ipad again 11months over due those of us that invested in Lightwaverf products would be a lot happier.

Talking of Lightwaverf what happened to them last i heard they were operating out of a private house in Manchester trying to recruit fitters to install these products that JSJS say can be done by anybody with little DIY experience.

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