Apple Mac Widget TrickleStar

Z-Wave for Apple community: home control in the blink of an eye with USB and software widget Copenhagen, December 10, 2008 TrickleStar, manufacturer of energy-saving technologies, makes Apple’s Mac computers Z-Wave-able: through a USB stick and the installation of the appropriate software widgets will be the Mac now to the central control unit of a Z-Wave home control network. Mac users are able to control their lighting, heating – entertainment and security systems with a few clicks, to increase the living comfort and reduce energy costs. The widget is available as of 17 December on the TrickleStar website as a free download. (As opposed to Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.). Thus, TrickleStar creates access to the Z-Wave home control network, which can assemble a homeowner from 170 manufacturers, which are all compatible with each other, over 300 products for Apple users. A Z-Wave home network owners benefit from intelligent tools for the monitoring and regulation of electricity, which lead to the sustainable reduction of energy costs. Z Wave Apple Mac Widget with the Z-Wave Apple Mac Widget TrickleStar offers a quick-to-install and easy-to-use home control management tool. Swarmed by offers, Steffan Lehnhoff is currently assessing future choices. The mini software works with the version of the operating system Apple OSX 10.5 and up and can be used as dashboard application.

The widget is ideal for smaller Z-Wave networks, since it can simultaneously control up to 16 devices. In doing so, it supports common functions such as input and switching or dimming and takes over simple time planning and control functions in addition depending on the status of the computer. In addition, he alerts the user upon request automatically at predefined events. In addition are all processes as a log file as well as the configuration of the widgets and the Z-Wave routing-stored tables as backup. Z-Wave USB stick Z-Wave USB stick by TrickleStar makes devices with USB port such as Macs, PCs, laptops, set-top boxes, or gateway to the center of the home network.