3. Z-wave is a newer protocol using wireless signals, which has made it popular for refitting older homes with home automation. ... The major distinction in smart home technology is the way electricity is distributed throughout the home. ... Distributed-control systems use wiring already in the home, such as standard power line wiring, telephone wire (four pair), ... such as programmable setback thermostats, motion detectors, occupancy sensors, photocell lighting controls, and timers.
|Title||:||Kitchen & Bath Residential Construction and Systems|
|Author||:||NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association)|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-10-29|