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Manage and Control Your Home From Any Web-Enabled Device

September 25, 2013 Leave a comment

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  • GUI is completely customizable to create your own backgrounds and buttons
  • Access from your Smartphone, tablet, computer, or any web-enabled device
  • Easy to set up scenes and scheduled events
  • PC required only for initial programmed
  • Controls INSTEON and X-10 devices
  • Control A/V components via optional IP2IR or WF2IR (sold separately)
  • Controls HVAC via Venstar T1700 thermostats (sold separately)

Take COMPLETE control of your home automation systems with the JDS Technologies Home Runner RBI Home Automation Controller! At the touch of a finger, you can control all of your INSTEON and X10 devices. This fully customizable controller allows you to create your own buttons and backgrounds to mold totally to your own personal needs. HomeRunner RBI gives you complete control of your home’s lighting, HVAC, security, A/V, etc. from your Smartphone, tablet, computer, or any web-enabled device. It supports both INSTEON and X10 technologies via the included INSTEON Power Line Modem (PLM) and has a RS-232 serial port for interfacing with a compatible serial device. The included software lets you create your own graphic user interface (GUI) using any photos, drawings, scans or downloaded images for the backgrounds and buttons, tailored to your own lifestyle. No complicated menus to navigate. Photos of each room in your house can be used as backgrounds with virtual buttons so you can simply touch a light or appliance in the picture to control it. A comprehensive Event Editor is also included for programming events based on time, date, sunrise/sunset or any set of conditions. Once uploaded, HomeRunner RBI serves as your GUI to the network as a Remote Browser Interface (RBI) for control from any web-enabled device in the world via the internet or locally via wi-fi. With HomeRunner RBI, you’ll be able to personalize your interface. Build screens and buttons using the preset button images. Or transform any picture into an interactive control surface. Then, program items in the background of the picture to be your control buttons. Read more

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