September 21, 2012

Making home automation equipment quieter

 Freetronics co-founder and home automation expert Jonathan Oxer has published the next fascinating instalment in the Superhouse.TV website that focuses on high technology and automation around the home. In this episode Jonathan discusses making network router equipment much quieter by fitting a temperature/humidity sensor inside the equipment and using the temperature data the hardware fan speed can be reduced relative to it. Watch the episode below:

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