BitWise Controllers Integrated into ISE Home Cinema Europe Demos
BitWise Controls BC1, BC2 and BC4 home automation controllers will be part of Home Cinema Europe theater demo at Integrated Systems Europe 2014 in Amsterdam.
BitWise Controls’ suite of home automation products will be the hub for the demos conducted in the Home Cinema Europe booth at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe 2014 (ISE) (stand 1-N53) in Amsterdam from February 4-6.
The BC1, BC2 and BC4 controllers, which can be controlled by the hard-button BitWise Room Remote or by iOS and Android devices with customizable GUIs, offer wireless control for home automation.
The BC1 (pdf) is a 1RU unit suitable for any residential or commercial application that controls audio/video, lighting, HVAC, shades, security systems and more. It features a built-in astronomical clock that provides event scheduling based on the time of day, sunrise or sunset, and includes eight IR ports (routable and attenuable), four SPDT relays, analog or digital signal sensing capabilities as well as customizable email notifications and two USB ports allow for future expansion. BC1 can be shelf or rack mounted using provided rack ears for added convenience and versatility.
The BC2 (pdf) is a midsized controller that features four IR ports (routable and attenuable), two SPDT relays, and analog or digital capabilities. It’s suitable for most any residential or commercial automation application, especially those that have fewer devices to control. Two USB ports allow for expansion, and like the BC1, email notifications can be customized.
The BC4 (pdf) is a single-room or expansion solution that can be used independently or in conjunction with BC1 or BC2 Automation Controllers. It offers one RS-232 port, four IR ports plus a built-in blaster, two SPDT relays, and two-way interaction for a single device is supported via a serial or network connection.
The system can control theaters, lighting, HVAC, shading systems, and more. The onboard relays and signal sensing ports allow interaction with mechanical devices as well, and two-way interaction with serial and networked devices is supported.
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