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DIY Home Automation (Smart Home) – Cheap Many people today and maybe even you, dream about the new smart home idea. Lots of people are starting to move forward with automation, and it’s now becoming more and more popular within houses, schools, hotels and more. So if you’re the type of person that loves to...
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It’s important to know your IP address when setting up a home network, configuring port forwarding, or even when calling MHA for support. Luckily finding out your IP address is pretty simple. The Easy Way: Type “ip address” into Google search. Another Easy Way: Go to WhatisMyIP.com. The Hard Way (Windows): Go to Start Click...
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When Mile High Automation was founded in 2005, we were a strictly a DIY automation company that focused on state-of-the-art programming for our systems. Over the past six years, we’ve grown and used our experiences with clients to develop a DIY package that gives customers everything they need to install their systems on their own....
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There has been a lot of discussion over Cat5e and Cat6, and since most of our systems run on Cat5e/Cat6, it’s important to know which to use.   What’s the difference between Cat5e and Cat6? The main difference between the two wires is bandwidth. Cat5e supports a bandwidth of 100MHz, and Cat6 runs at 200...
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In this video we demonstrate the HAI OmniTouch Camera Server and show how it is displayed on you touch screens, iPhone, and computer. Watch as Matt shows you how to the HAI Video Server integrates into your home automation to create a more complete system Designed to integrate up to 4 cameras into your user...
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It is our goal at Mile High Automation to make the Do-It-Yourself installation process as easy and problem free as possible.  This is why we dedicate so much time creating guides that are simple to understand and easy follow. Once you have finalized your home automation system with your Project Manager he will send your plans to...
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In order to enable us to interface with home automation systems devices like the OmniPro II and Omni IIe we need to know the external IP address of your home. While this can be done by typing in the actual IP address (EX 64.234.182.24), that number is difficult to remember. Even if you can remember...
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The following guide will show you how to set up port forwarding on your router. This will allow us to connect to your system to make changes, as well as allow you to access your system over the internet. Step 1: Login to Router Open Internet Explorer and type 192.168.1.1 into your address bar. A...
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A new client of ours is doing a large system and was nice enough to send a few pictures of his pre-wire. Take note of the excellent organization of the wiring, this is the type of effort that will save you hours on the trim-out phase of the job. On these automation systems nothing is...
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This video is a user guide on the general operation of HAI’s award winning thermostat, the Omnistat2. This product recently won “Best Green Product” at the tenth annual Electronic House Expo this past March! This expo commemorates the finest achievements in home electronics products, services, and installed technology and is attended by the majority of home...
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