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Automate:
Home Appliances

Save time and discover a new level of control by automating your home appliances.

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Automate:
Climate Control

Automatic temperature control is just the beginning. It’s never been easier to control your air conditioner from anywhere, anytime. Maximize your comfort and save energy.

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Automate:
Home Safety

A safe home is a must. With connected smoke alarms and other sensors you are alerted of any potential issues, saving precious time.

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Automate:
Home Security

Integrated motion sensors detect motion and send you video notifications so that you can see if there is any reason to worry.

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Automate:
Doors & Windows

Effortlessly manage all your doors, gates, windows, roller blinds and much more.

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Automate:
Garden & Outdoor

Gardening taken to the next level. Automate and schedule water sprinklers, automatic lawn mowers and more.

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We are truly committed to bringing you nothing but the latest home automation products in the market. Whether you’re looking for a connected dimmable light bulb, security camera, or thermostat, start with our range of the best smart home devices we’ve tested for every room in the house.

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Searching for the latest in Smart Home Automation Systems? At Home Automation Warehouse we bring Australians the best home automation products to help you turn your house into a smart home. Please feel free to browse our latest range or contact us today for advice on integrating smart technology into your home.

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Home Automation is the way of the Future

You may be shocked at how many day to day home utilities are being integrated with smart technology. For example, you would traditionally be dependent on family or neighbours for help with securing and maintaining your home while away on business or holiday. Home automation can give you independent remote control over many significant utilities in your home.

You can water your garden by accessing your irrigation system from a laptop while away on business. You can provide additional security to your home by opening and shutting your curtains, as well as controlling your lighting, giving the impression that someone is home while you and your family are away on holiday.

You could even control your smart TV and smart sound system to add to the illusion. All these appliances can also be linked to voice command devices like Google Home and Amazon Alexa.

When stuck on public transport on the way home from work, you can control your air conditioning and smart thermostat to get the perfect temperature before your arrival. The possibilities are endless.

Compatible with:

Google Home

Google Home is a powerful speaker and voice Assistant. Get answers, play songs, tackle your day, enjoy your entertainment and control your smart home with just your voice.

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Compatible with:

Amazon Alexa

Amazon Alexa, also known simply as Alexa, is a virtual assistant AI technology developed by Amazon. The Amazon Echo listens to you, translating your voice into commands so it can play music, turn the lights on and much more

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Compatible with:

Siri and HomeKit

HomeKit is a software framework by Apple that lets users configure, communicate with, and control smart-home appliances using Apple devices. Turn your home into Smart Home with Apple.

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Compatible with:

Samsung SmartThings

Samsung SmartThings will turn your home into a Smart Home. Connect, automate, and manage all your SmartThings-compatible appliances and electronics

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All the best brands, under one roof

Shop with confidence knowing that we stock the best home automation products from the most reputable and popular brands in the market.

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Home Automation, Home, Wireless Smart Home and Home Automation Australia | HAW
Home Automation, Home, Wireless Smart Home and Home Automation Australia | HAW
Home Automation, Home, Wireless Smart Home and Home Automation Australia | HAW
Home Automation, Home, Wireless Smart Home and Home Automation Australia | HAW
Home Automation, Home, Wireless Smart Home and Home Automation Australia | HAW
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What Is Smart Home Technology?

What if all the devices in your home could connect to the internet? Not just computers and smartphones, but everything from clocks, speakers, lights, doorbells, cameras, windows, window blinds, hot water heaters, appliances, cooking utensils, and everything in between. And not only that; what if those devices could all communicate, feed information back to you, and take your instructions? It’s not science fiction; it’s the Internet of Things (IoT), and it’s a key component of home automation and smart homes.

Home automation is exactly what it sounds like: it’s all about automating your ability to control items around the house—from window shades to garden appliances—with a simple push of a button (or a voice command). Some activities, like setting up a lamp to turn on and off at your whim, are now simple and relatively inexpensive. Other applications, like advanced surveillance cameras that automatically notify you of “unusual” activity are also extremely useful.

There are many smart home product categories, so you can control everything from lights and temperature to locks and home security devices. They also happen to make fantastic gifts, whether you’re shopping for the holidays or buying a housewarming present.

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What is Home Automation and How it Works?

With the appropriate Home Automation equipment, home appliances and equipment can be controlled automatically and remotely. Automated controls can turn equipment on or off, or adjust operating settings at predetermined times. These can be triggered on site or completely remotely. Home Automation controls can also adjust equipment operation in response to changes or sensor triggers, such as temperature, in the home environment. Homes utilising these home automation devices, which may also integrate broadband communications (an active internet connection), are  called smart homes or smart houses.

Home automation can either be centralised and programmable, or consist of decentralised and isolated sensors and controls. Systems range from sophisticated electronic programmable controls for lighting, heating, cooling and entertainment devices using special wiring or wireless, to just a few isolated, automated systems, such as motion sensors to control lights.

More at: https://www.yourhome.gov.au/energy/home-automation

Home Automation and Energy Savings

Home automation systems can improve the energy efficiency of your home. However it is important to note that home automated systems also use up energy. so they produce energy savings only if they save more energy than they consume. 

Designing an energy efficient home, and installing high energy efficient appliances and lighting, should be your first priority. And home automation devices are perfert for this task as they help reduce the time that energy-using equipment operate.

Most popular Home Automation solutions utilise an electrical signal to switch equipment — usually a light, a motor or heating/cooling appliance — on or off. Lights can be turned on or off on demand or based on timers or sensors. Motors can open and shut blinds, windows and vents; they operate fans, dampers, valves and pumps. Valves and dampers can allow water or air to flow under the influence of the fans and pumps.

Motors and heating/cooling appliances can be triggered by timers, sensors or thermostats. Relays are more sophisticated switches that can activate any electrical or electronic device. Computers, smart phones or other specific controllers can automate all of these devices.

Home Automation can help save energy with automatic Heating and Cooling Control

A well-designed automation system can:

  • improve passive solar heating and passive cooling through the control of blinds, awnings, windows, vents and fans
  • control heaters and air conditioners so they are used only when and where they are needed and to achieve a desired temperature.

Before considering automation options, ensure that your home is designed to make the best use of solar energy and natural ventilation for passive heating and cooling .

Use thermostats or temperature sensors in different rooms to control heating and cooling. Appropriately placed, they, along with timers to control heating/cooling appliances, can significantly reduce energy use, even if automated systems are not used.

Analyse your heating/cooling needs and how to manage them. Ask yourself: which rooms need to be heated/cooled, when and to what temperature? Aim to heat/cool living areas when people are home but heat/cool bedrooms only at night and in the early morning when they are occupied. Bedrooms do not need to be made as warm or as cool as living areas to be comfortable for sleeping. Don’t heat or cool areas such as halls and laundries, and use the appropriate heating systems for the purposes, e.g. radiant heaters in vented areas.

Plan your automation system. Consider how opening and closing blinds, awnings, windows and vents can assist passive heating, cooling and natural lighting. Explore how switching fans and heat shifters on and off might reduce the need for cooling or heating.

Well thought-out and planned temperature profiles can minimise the energy used in heaters and air conditioners/coolers. Consider how the temperature of the house changes, and over what time period, before it reaches the final temperature. Also consider just when heating or cooling is needed.

Home Automation can help save energy with automatic Lighting Control

Automate lights through motion sensors and timers, or more elaborate centralised systems, so they operate only when needed and switch themselves off when rooms are vacant.

Use motion sensors to switch on external lights when needed, or lights when entering the home, rather than leaving lights on.

Use motion sensors to switch on external lights rather than leaving lights on.

Home Automation can help save energy with automatic appliances Control

Remote control and timer control of appliances, from coffee makers to home theatres to spas, can save energy if the appliances can be switched off when not required. But take care not to turn on appliances automatically or at preset times — more energy may be consumed if there is no need for the appliance to operate.

Automating equipment control to reduce operating times is particularly useful if the appliances normally use stand-by power when they are not operating, e.g. stereos, TVs, DVDs and home office equipment. It is also useful when the need for the equipment to operate varies, such as for pool pumps, where daily operating hours can be matched to the season.