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HAI 1108 - Web Link II


 

Our Price : $309.60

UPC Code: 872257000108

Product Code: 503188

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Description
 
HAI's multi-awarding winning, Web-Link II software allows for remote access and control of your HAI home control system. Check and adjust the temperature, lights, and security via a PC, PDA, or web-enabled phone. Web-Link II offers video surveillance over the Internet, wireless access, and the ability to receive e-mails and text messages based on programmed events. Whether you're at the office or on vacation, your home is only a click away. It's as easy as viewing your favorite web site. Web-Link II allows you to monitor and adjust settings for lighting, heating and air, security, and appliances with the added benefit of wireless access over a PDA or web-enabled phone. It allows a homeowner to view family and property with video surveillance, record video on demand or based upon an event. Moreover, Web-Link II will send e-mails or text messages based upon specified events. Brenda gets home from school and enters her user code into the HAI Omni-family home control system to disable the security system. Accordingly, an e-mail is automatically sent to her mother's work e-mail address informing her that her daughter is home. The front doorbell is rung, triggering the front porch camera to start recording two minutes of video and automatically sending an e-mail to the homeowner at work. The homeowner may then use a web browser at work to view the live scene from the camera or to review the recorded video. The homeowner is unexpectedly getting to go home early from work.

Specifications:

HAI House Controller Requirements:

HAI Omni LT, Omni, Omni II, Omni IIe, OmniPro, or OmniPro II house controller with Version 1.8 firmware or later.
The PC running Web-Link II connects to the HAI house controller in one of the following manners:

Through the HAI Model 10A17-1 Serial Interface connected to an Omni LT, Omni, Omni II, Omni IIe, OmniPro, or OmniPro II house controller. This interface provides both an RS-232 interface and an RS-485 interface. The RS-232 interface is provided through a standard DB-9M connector. The serial interface may be connected to a personal computer using a readily available "null modem" or data transfer cable. The RS-485 interface is provided through a two-position terminal block

Through a serial interface built onto the Omni LT, Omni II, Omni IIe, or OmniPro II house controller. This serial interface supports both RS-232 and RS-485 connections. The RS-232 interface is provided through a modular connector located in the upper left corner of the house controller. To access the RS-232 interface, use the HAI Model 21A05-2 Serial Cable Kit. Plug one end of the cable into the modular connector on the house controller. Plug the other end into the Model 21A05-1 Communication Cable Adaptor (modular to DB-9 RS-232), which connects the house controller serial port to the computer's DB-9 RS-232 port. The RS-485 interface is provided through the same modular connector. To select RS-485, move the interface jumper (below the modular connector) from the "232" to the "485" position. Using a standard 4 position phone cable (with the tab on the modular cable facing up, make sure that the Yellow wire is at the top), use the Yellow and Green wires for communications

Through the built-in Ethernet interface (J6) on an Omni IIe or OmniPro II house controller. Use a standard network cable to connect the house controller to a hub, switch, or router. Use a network crossover cable when connecting the house controller directly to the NIC card on a computer


The RS-232 interface is configured as DTE (data terminal equipment). This is the same configuration as provided on a typical personal computer. In this configuration, Pin 2 (RX) and Pin 3 (RX) between the serial interface and the PC must be crossed. The RS-485 interface may be connected to the external device up to 1000 feet


Minimum Computer Requirements without Streaming Media Capability:

300 MHz processor, such as an Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon
Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or Windows Server 2003
32 megabytes (MB) of RAM
50 megabytes (MB) hard-disk space
CD-ROM drive

Minimum Computer Configuration with Streaming Media Capability (single stream and multiple-bit-rate content for100 Kbps through 500 Kbps):

866 MHz processor or higher, such as an Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon
Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or Windows Server 2003
256 megabytes MB of RAM
USB port or Hauppauge WinTV-GO PCI boards

Recommended Computer Configuration with Streaming Media Capability (single stream and multiple-bit-rate content for100 Kbps through 500 Kbps):

Dual 2000 MHz processors or higher, such as an AMD Athlon 64
Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003
512 MB of RAM
USB port or Hauppauge WinTV-GO PCI boards
For single stream and multiple bit-rate content for 500 Kbps through 2 Mbps or more, the recommended system configuration must be used
Features
  • Allows user to access and control HAI control systems via the Internet on a web-enabled device
  • Receive e-mail or text messages based on programmed events
  • Enhanced for Vista
  • Registered users receive free updates

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