Monthly Archives: November 2018
Sprint is proud to Support Beyondblue
Greg & Kylie Perkins are taking part in a Charity Car Event to help raise money for Beyondblue. We are part of a team with three cars in total
Their team is CODE BLUE
Beyond Bitumen fundraising raises money for mental health – something close to our hearts.
Greg & Kylie leave Yass on the 28th of March, head thru West Wyalong, Hay and end in Wagga Wagga on the 1st April—raising awareness along the way for mental health.
If your able to help donate corporate or private every bit counts.
Dig Deep it’s for a great cause- we all know someone affected who needs support.
Thanks for your support
The Sprint Code Blue Team
The M1 automationbridge helps bring different home automation and smart home systems together. Technologies that would not normally talk to each other natively, can now communicate harmoniously.
Connect the M1 Automationbridge hardware (a small, low-powered device) to your home router or network switch via the included ethernet cable and via the LAN it can scan the Network the Ness M1 (M1XEP required - Sold Seperatly)) and installation completed.
Once connected, you will be able to securely access the clean, easy to use interface via your local web browser. Setup and unification of your M1 to Smart Home Voice Devices is then as simple as “point and click” – no complicated coding – you will be up and running in minutes.Once the Automationbridge is connected to your home network, you will be able to control your M1 devices in living spaces via Amazon Alexa, Siri or Google Home. Turn devices on or off, dim lights and run scenes, using only your voice.Extensively tested with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and iOS HomeKit.All communication to/from external voice services is secured with HTTPS using SSL certificates, no identifiable data is stored on our server platforms, nor transmitted between providers.Amazon Alexa"Alexa, turn on pool pump".Easily control your Ness M1 devices and scenes for quick and responsive voice control using Amazon Alexa.
"Hey Siri, turn on the bedroom light".
Include your Ness M1 devices and scenes with Apple HomeKit.
"Hey Google, Open the living room curtains".
Include your Ness M1 devices and scenes with Google Home.
Don't raise a finger... just ask and I will perform...
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IP560 - Uprox Standalone Bluetooth Controller
Part Number : IP560
Universal access control panel. A full-featured device in a plastic housing with built-in card reader, keyboard, and modern means of communication – Bluetooth (for a configuration in stand-alone mode) and ISM band radio (for work as part of U-Prox IP’s wireless locks system).
Can maintain an one-sided door (entrance by the ID, exit by the RTE button) or an double-sided door (entrance and exit by ID).
Any smartphone can be used as an identifier. The device is designed to provide maximum autonomy – it continues to perform loaded access rules without communication with the server.
Further information can be found here