What is a Smart Home?
While there are many smart products available today, it isn’t until these devices work together in orchestration, that you experience the magic of a smart home.
From homes small to large, new and old, Strantech delivers power and performance on one platform that coordinates the technology in your house into complete, brilliant experiences—interactions that fit your lifestyle and are easy for your family to enjoy. With one touch, dim the lights, stream high-resolution music, turn up the heat, and arm the security system. Or, check in on your home no matter where you are. It’s a smarter living experience that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without. We call it, the New Normal.
Perfect for those building a new home or undertaking a remodel, centralized lighting allows you to move your lighting controls elsewhere, like a closet, allowing you to replace banks of switches with stylish and elegant keypads. Button customization enables one-touch control of lighting of course, but also entertainment, security, climate and more.
Lighting control knows no boundaries—from under your roof to under the stars. Activate a lighting scene that lights up the deck and emphasizes water features in the backyard. Exterior lighting can turn on-and-off in unison with the sunrise and sunset. Set perimeter lights to flash if the alarm system is triggered, drawing attention to unusual activity.
No need to pull on heavy or hard-to-reach curtains. No more cables to operate or strings that get tangled up. Create a smart home in an affordable way using Strantech. Use motorised curtains or drapes to control them wirelessly and remotely with Strantech home automation.
Strantech brings the power, performance and reliability to deliver the best entertainment over one, robust platform.
Fill one room or every room with your favourite high-definition content. From watching the latest 4K movies to streaming high-resolution music, you can enjoy limitless entertainment with a single remote or create an unrivaled home theatre experience.
More complex HVAC systems can interface to Building Automation System (BAS) to allow the building owners to have more control over the heating or cooling units.
The building owner can monitor the system and respond to alarms generated by the system from local or remote locations.