Control Devices

Technologies:

Control Devices

    There are four types of control devices used in an Osbee system:
     
    Touchscreens: Touchscreens can be mounted on a wall or placed on a table-top stand, and are generally hard-wired to the system.
     
    Keypads: Keypads and switches provide local control of lights, shades, and in some cases, audio. They may also be programmed to control multiple lights and shades throughout the home.
     
    iPads and iPhones: Osbee can provide our custom app for your mobile phone or tablet.
     
    Handheld Remotes: These are used mainly for control of video sources such as cable tv, AppleTV, etc.
     

    Shown here: A 10-inch tabletop touchscreen with the quad-screen video control screen selected.

    Shown here: A 10-inch wallmount hardwired touchscreen built into a special cabinet enclosure. The local weather screen is selected.

    Shown here: A 15-inch wallmounted touchscreen with the floorplan-based climate control screen selected.

    Shown here: A 10-inch wallmounted touchscreen with the front door camera feed selected. A 4-button keypad controls four separate zones of lights.

    Shown here: A 15-inch tabletop touchscreen with the shades control screen selected.

    Shown here: A 7-inch tabletop touchscreen with the DirecTV control screen selected.

    Shown here: An iPhone with the gate opener screen selected.

    Shown here: An iPhone with the audio sources screen selected.

    Shown here: An iPhone with the shades control screen selected.

    Shown here: A 10-inch tabletop touchscreen with the weather screen selected.

    Shown here: A 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the video sources screen selected.

    Shown here: A 10-inch tabletop touchscreen with the floorplan-based lighting control screen selected.

    Shown here: A 10-inch tabletop touchscreen with the home screen selected.

    Shown here: A 10-inch wallmounted touchscreen with the AppleTV control screen selected.

    Shown here: An iPad Air in a charging tabletop dock with the AppleTV menu screen selected.

    Shown here: An iPad Pro with the Blu-ray control screen selected.

    Shown here: A 4-button keypad that controls three lighting zones and the shades in the kitchen.

    Shown here: An iPad Pro with the shades control screen selected.

    Shown here: A handheld remote with the Kaleidescape menu screen selected.

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