Homes today are abodes of comfort for their residents. A fully furnished and well equipped home is a need for the fast paced life in modern times. Irrespective of the size, houses are fitted with heating equipment, intelligent lighting, alarms and air conditioning. While improved facilities have gone on to make life more comfortable, they have also brought in a commensurate increase in power consumption. Huge bills need not be a concern for those who choose to install power saving and intelligent electronic equipment from reputed brands.
The largest component of power consumption is the power consumed by lights. Before the advent of LED technology, many attempts were made to develop products that provided sufficient lighting without heating issues, thus increasing the life of the product. It goes without saying that this product should consume minimum amount of electricity. These attempts resulted in CFL and several other technologies, with the latest being LED. LED has however set new standards in power consumption and efficiency. Light options including dimmable lights, posts, bulkheads, undershelf and canopy lights, now have a longer life and leave a very small carbon footprint.
House and Fire alarms
Alarms for the house and for fire warnings have become indispensable for security of your family and that of your house.House alarms come with programmable options for security and fire. They have an output for external siren and also have multiple programmable access codes. They have enough memory to store eight or ten events.Alarms of fire can be simple buzzers or they can be complicated systems that can also make emergency calls in case of accidents. A wide range of wired and wireless alarms for your convince and safety. Wireless house alarms are quick & easy to install and more safer than the hard wired alarms which saves your time and money.
Cost effective heating solutions
Water boilers are power guzzlers de facto but innovations in coil and heating technologies have resulted in products with reduced power consumption. Designs today feature a storage container and also a long sprout to facilitate installation in the kitchen. Heaters of previous generations were mainly designed for use in bathrooms. The newer designs have varying capacities in the range of 1 to 10 liters and supply water at different pressures. They also feature many levels of filtering and have a standby consumption of less than 15 W. Mounting the heater and sprout is easy while the taps are easy to push and turn.