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Guide To Digital Home Technology Integration (09 Edition)by Quentin Wells
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The most complete, up-to-date resource for home technology integration and home automation available, Residential Integrator's Guide to Digital Home Technology Integration explores how the latest high-tech systems converge to create integrated, whole-home unified systems. With a focus on installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance, coverage includes LANs, internet connectivity, video and audio systems, telephone systems, security systems, lighting controls, and more. The book first focuses on the basics of each technology segment, what it does, and how its various components work, and then progresses to explain how to connect these components into a unified working system that accomplishes a specific function. This instruction culminates in the ultimate in home technology integration fundamentals: it reveals how all home technologies can be integrated in a single home automation and communication system that provides maximum performance in all areas, while staying within the budget of the average home owner. Designed for the professional installer who wants to obtain DHTI+ certification or do-it-yourself home owners, the book's straightforward writing style and comprehensive approach make this a valuable resource.
About the Author
Quentin Wells has worked and taught in the video production and computer areas since 1970. Formerly general manager of Career Research Corporation and FilmWorks, an audio visual company, Wells holds a degree in Political Science and has written numerous instructional and training manuals as well as more than 75 documentary and educational video programs. He has trained teachers and administrators in school districts and colleges across the country. In addition to technical writing, he has also published a novel based on his early career as a CIA officer. Now retired, Wells most recently worked as Student Media Center Director at Salt Lake Community College.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction to HTI Chapter 2 - Home Technology Networks - The Basics Chapter 3 - Home Network Design and Configuration Chapter 4 - Home Network Central Components and Low Voltage Wiring Chapter 5 - High Voltage Wiring Chapter 6 - Video and Audio Fundamentals Chapter 7 - Audio/Video Installation and Setup Chapter 8 - Home Security and Access System Fundamentals Chapter 9 - Security System Installation and Setup Chapter 10 - Telecommunications Fundamentals and Installation Chapter 11 - Home Automation and Control Systems - Lighting; Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC); Water; and Automated Devices Chapter 12 - Power Supply and Conditioning Chapter 13 - Troubleshooting Integrated Digital Home Technology Systems
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