Oscar

Oscar Home Automation System is a intelligent switching system which operates through its own extra low voltage wiring Bus, separate from the mains circuits. The system controlled interior and exterior lighting, exhaust fans, air conditioning, reticulation, pool filters and automatic blinds.

Oscar Home Automation System has been discontinued.
But we still Service, Program & Maintain the System.
Call us if you have any inquire or in need of parts.
Also we can upgrade your Oscar System to a:
Legrand Automation System

OSCAR CONTROL PANEL

OSCAR CONTROL PANEL

 

Oscar’s control panel manages all connected devices: anything that can be switched by a traditional switch can be controlled by Oscar. The control panel is used to program the system for automation, energy management and security function

 

 

 

The Power Supply, supplies the power to all the Oscar devices and also allows signals to travel along the Network cable.

 

 

                                                                                   POWER SUPPLY

OSCAR SWITCH MECHANISM

OSCAR SWITCH MECHANISM

 

Fitted with soft-touch illuminated buttons for manual control, which can be installed in all HPM Excel and standard switch plates. Oscar can even be programmed to set switches and dimmers for special ‘mood’ settings – eg ‘TV time’, ‘Welcome home’, ‘Relax’

                                 

 

 

OSCAR SWITCH MECHANISM

OSCAR DIMMER MECHANISM

 

Fitted with soft-touch illuminated buttons for manual control, which can be installed in all HPM Excel and standard switch plates.

                                 

 

 

 

OSCAR RELAY OUTPUT

OSCAR RELAY OUTPUT

 

Devices attached to the system (eg lights, pumps, motors etc) are operated via relay outputs under Oscar’s control.

 

 

 

 

 

OSCAR RELAY OUTPUT

OSCAR DIMMER OUTPUT

 

Devices attached to the system (eg lights) operated via dimmer outputs under Oscar’s control.

 

 

 

 

 

OSCAR REMOTE ALARM KEYPAD

OSCAR REMOTE ALARM KEYPAD

 

A secondary control keypad which can be located, for example at the rear of the house for enabling and disabling security features.