ISY994i Home Automation ControllerEasy-to-use Insteon compatible central controller configures 256 devices/scenes and 300 programs from a local computer or remotely from any device with a java-enabled web-browser.
Insteon 2244-372 Home Control Starter Kit - Central Hub 2x Dimmer Modules
INSTEON Hub ? Home Control for the Rest of Us INSTEON Hub is an INSTEON central controller for the rest of us ? a simple and straightforward device that connects you to your home from any smartphone or tablet, anywhere in the world. Control INSTEON light bulbs, wall switches, outlets, and thermostats at home or remotely and receive instant email or push notifications from motion, door and window, water leak, and smoke sensors while you?re away. Just start with the Hub, select the INSTEON devices for your home, and enjoy. Control INSTEON devices from your smartphone or tablet including wall switches, outlets, thermostats, plug-in modules, wall keypads, and more. View larger Remotely see and control your INSTEON WiFi Cameras. Pan and tilt to survey your home when you're away to keep an eye on the things that matter most. View larger Save energy and increase your comfort by remotely controlling your INSTEON Thermostat from the comfort of your bed or before you leave the office. View larger Add sensors to your home to monitor doors and windows, track motion, and even detect water leaks and smoke. The INSTEON Hub will send you an instant push notification and email, alerting you to every potential situation. View larger Automatically schedule your lights and appliances to turn on and off when you need them. Want to turn on your bedside lamp automatically to help you wake up in the morning? How about turning the porch light on and off automatically with the rise and fall of the sun? View larger You can even configure advanced features of your INSTEON devices including Ramp Rate and On Level for dimmers. View larger The INSTEON Hub works in combination with your router and smartphone or tablet to control INSTEON devices in your home while you're there or when you're at work and on vacation. With the INSTEON Hub, it's easy to schedule your porch light to turn on at sunset and off at sunrise. And because the Hub keeps an eye on any INSTEON sensors installed throughout your home, you'll receive an instant push notifications or email alert if ever a door or window is opened, motion detected or worse, a water leak or smoke is found. Because the INSTEON Hub knows about your INSTEON WiFi Cameras, you can control and manage them all from the same app ? no need to use two apps to control your home. To make sure your home is always connected, the INSTEON Hub talks with the INSTEON Connect cloud-based home management service. Your devices, scenes, settings, schedules, and more are stored for you, making it easy to access your home from multiple locations or even multiple devices. But best of all, these features don't come with a nagging monthly fee. Unlike other systems on the market that charge hundreds of dollars a year for similar services, the INSTEON Hub has no monthly fees. At-a-Glance Features Control your entire INSTEON home from your smartphone or tabletReceive cloud-based email and push notificationsQuickly set up and configure scenes including On Level and Ramp RateSchedule lights and devices to turn on and off using any time or sunrise and sunsetPowerful, free mobile app for iOS and AndroidNo monthly feesFeatures dual-band INSTEON technology for the best home control reliability The Hub supports two protocols: INSTEON and X10. INSTEON transmits both over radio and powerline. X10 transmits solely on powerline and therefore inherently less reliable. The Hub supports X10 as a way to help existing X10 users in migrating to a better technology (INSTEON). X10 signaling is highly dependent upon the ?cleanliness? of the individuals electrical environment. X10 is susceptible to power line noise (other electronics pushing noise interference onto the house power). It is also susceptible to attenuation (signal sucking). The user must perform some basic troubleshooting to determine what electronic devices could be causing interference (usually this is a sequence of unplugging appliances one at a time while sending test signals after each removal). We offer noise filters to reduce the impact of electronics on the power line.