Series II Home Manager System

The Series II Home Manager System is the perfect upgrade to the popular Unity Systems Home Manager system that was installed in many homes in the late 80′s and early 90′s. The original Home Manager was the first commercially viable home automation system that all others have since been compared with. We are currently one of the only companies that offers a solution that interfaces with the original Unity Systems Home Manager hardware. The new Series II Home Manager utilizes the wiring infrastructure and the temperature control components of the original system, while replacing all other components with the newest, best in class technology equipment available today. If you would like to discuss the Series II home manager in further detail, please give us a call at (925) 600-9680.

The temperature control capabilities of the Home Manager system have always been second to none in providing optimum control and maximum operating efficiencies. The Series II System makes it even better.

  • Fully harnesses all the zoned control capabilities of the original Home Manager
  • New Touchscreen designs are much easier to use
  • Vacation Setback options make it quick and easy to turn all the systems off
  • Automatically turn the systems off when the security system is turned on
  • Easy manual override of any room at any time

The Lighting & Control Module is completely new and provides the Home Manager owner with full control of all controlled lights directly on the Touchscreen and the most powerful scheduling capability ever available.

With this module, you can directly view the status of all lights on the Touchscreen and change any individual light or group of lights with a simple touch of the screen. You can also easily create conditional lighting schedules. For example, if you get home every night at 8:00 PM, you can schedule any lights you want to turn on when you get home. If you don’t work on the weekends, you can exclude Saturday and Sunday so that lighting schedule only works Monday through Friday. Creating lighting schedules is a great way to  maximize energy savings.