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Post by wesser on Thu May 08, 2014 10:54 am

Hi Neil,
Thanks for making bmslink available to download.

I will be having a play as soon as I can.

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Post by skiv71 on Thu May 08, 2014 6:12 pm

You're welcome, hope you enjoy it. If you need any help, don't hesitate to ask  Very Happy

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Post by wesser on Fri May 09, 2014 6:17 pm

Hi Neil,

Thanks for your help this afternoon in get me registered.

WOW an impressive piece of software, it is certainly going to be a steep learning curve.

A full blown BMS rather than a graphical remote control, exactly what I wanted.

From posts I've been reading over the past couple of years on the LWRF forums, you should get a lot of interest from other members.

I am building my system slowly at the moment.

I presently have all LWRF equipment comprising 1 Wifi Link (another as a spare unless I get around to using it)
1 energy monitor (may install another)
3 1 gang dimmers
3 2 gang sockets
3 Plugin adaptors
3 Plugin dimmers

The plan is eventually to have LWRF dimmers in almost every room but more importantly I want to get the heating going using individual room sensors (possibly LWRF if they ever appear) and TRV's.

I have gone with the LWRF products purely on thier styling. There is a fair amount of devices on the market but in my opinion LWRF look the best (apart from the likes of MK at a hefty price tag) and actually designed for the UK market.
Most of the other brands seem to be designed for the Euro or US markets.

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Post by skiv71 on Fri May 09, 2014 6:44 pm

Hi Wes,

Thanks for your comments Smile and you're welcome for the help.

Yes indeedy, this is what i wanted to achieve, BMS (scada) for the home and/or office/commercial.

I do hope others see the benefits of such a management/control system.

All the gear you've specified is controllable from BMS Link and you can poll the energy monitor.

Should you need it, you can also use multiple wifi links too Smile

The product schedule looks interesting for LWRF, but no gear has surfaced yet.

If you do fancy embracing other tech, check out Z-Wave Smile

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