Electric curtain track - sweet!
I thought it would be a nice touch as the main curtains are silk so they won't mark so easily if remote controlled.Electric curtain track - sweet!
We never draw the line, never! Control 4 is the way to go and I know someone who'll be doing all that Jazz shortly.Control4 or similar would be fantastic, but I have to draw the line somewhere...
Makes sense. Not a huge deal as you say.No, these aren't controllable via Z wave. As I posted a bit further back, that option was £1,500 for two curtain tracks, whereas this is £600 for all 4. I can live with that, or £640 if one timer will run them all.
I don't want to go down a rabbit hole of building Raspberry Pii boxes as that seems to be the DIY option if I really want to link it with Hue/Harmony.
I'm interested in trying to make it easy for me to put up, so hopefully that should help to copy too.Try and make it something that's easy to copy
Thanks Harkon, I'll do a separate thread when it's all finished, just with nice photos/ maybe a video as I guess not everyone wants to look at graphs. That's a nice Lotus Harkon; I don't suppose that's at Anglesey track is it? I went round there a few times in my friend's VX220 at their annual trackday.Just read this from start to finish. The graphs went over my heads a bit, but the room itself is a real inspiration.
Off topic: Hah.. nah, a VX is as much of a Lotus as an Elise (and I have an Elise). I'll dig out the VX wiring diagran and have a look. I've removed the immobilisers in a load of race Elises, can't be that different.Oh yes, I can see it now you've told me it's a VX...you know how huffy the Lotus owners get though if you mix them up My friend's VX is sat on his drive as he can't start it due to some immobiliser fault than seems to have confounded every repair attempt.
I'm a bit wary of inviting unwanted visitors, but had hoped that these days a 50" LCD TV isn't anything special to warrant a visit. I do need to get the screen covers sorted out though to make it less obvious that I have a projector though. It's a shame to have to think this way, but better to be safe than sorry I guess...
I have Control4 and have had a lot of issues, but it may have been down to my programmer.I run Control4 and it is fantastic. Does everything. Our lighting, CCTV, Heating, Hi Rez music, audio and video plus capable of so much more.
We supply/install several control systems from Control4, URC and RTI.