Home Networking is the establishment and installation of a number of coloured cables for identification purposes to a central location by a qualified and insured employee.
On completion of the network, we can bring you a variety of services at high speed. Internet (Data/Phone), Multi-Room Audio and Video, WiFi and Security (IP Cameras) to any specified location within your home.
There are two (2) ways to build a Smart Wire:
1 Construction phase
2 Home renovation
Option 1 is the better because it’s easier to run and install cabling at the construction phase as the home has been designed in advance during pre-planning. Option 2 Home Renovation takes a little bit longer as home renovations are usually carried out in stages and therefore the Home Automation needs to be planned well in advance and cabling left in designed locations for easy access and installation.
Our qualified installers will install the correct cabling for the services you require with proper cable management techniques. So when your financial situation improves you can add the correct up to date hardware which is required to run a particular module of your smart wired house.
With the Federal Governments NBN rollout in progress around Australia, home networking is becoming an integral part of the establishment of new and older housing. You will be able to control your AV Equipment via an APP on either your phone or tablet. Programme your PVR to record a show or a game of football from anywhere in the world has become the norm. Be notified on your mobile device if your security system has been accessed, look at each camera and see if your house has been compromised.
WiFi is another major consideration in your Networked home. A strong WiFi network is imperative in any smart wired home. With the installation of AP’s (Access Points) located at strategic points within the home environment, a strong WiFi connection is guaranteed.
Digitally Purr-Fect recommends that a small office/study area be set aside for extended sessions on the Internet (video/data can be accessed and played back through your home network). We recommend that WiFi should mainly be used as a Control Tool and General Web Browsing.
There are two (2) forms of a Data Network:
1: A Managed network is controlled by Designed software which is installed on the network within the installed hardware which can be programmed to control the flow of data around the network and has the ability to power WiFi Access and any addition Switch requirements within the home or office.
2: Un-managed network is similar but the data use is available for all users and can cause bandwidth issues within an office environment.
Ipad Launch Ports
Launch Port is a design way to mount and charge your iPad, virtually anywhere. The Launch Port system consists of a Sleeve and any number of Stations. A Sleeve is a case that fits onto your iPad. A Station is the mount and charging unit that interacts with a Sleeve. A system requires a Sleeve and a Station.
Launch Port uses induction which means as soon as a Sleeve is mounted to a Station, charging begins immediately- without a 30-pin cable or conductive elements. Magnets are used to mount and affix your iPad in its Sleeve to a Station.
The tabletop Base Station only uses some of the magnets in the Launch Port system, making it easier to grab and go. The Wall Station uses all magnets in the system for secure and safe mounting. The magnets are located on the Sleeve case which means you can also mount it to any metallic surface like a refrigerator or workbench.
A Launch Port changes how you can use your iPad in your home.