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    So today i received one of several shippments for upcomming projects I'm working on. So i want to have a guessing game for fun. How many modules do you think are in this picture?
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    #2
    Hum. 140?
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      #3
      your a bit off, thats all i want to say for now
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        #4
        243? :-)

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          #5
          248

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            #6
            What upcoming projects? Is this your own house, or are you an integrator?

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              #7
              Yes, Vegard is an integrator.
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                #8
                188
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                  #9
                  Counted 70 boxes and I do not know what modules if any are in the plastic wrap.

                  Guessing one module per box in boxes and I do not think they are double stacked?
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by mikedr View Post
                    What upcoming projects? Is this your own house, or are you an integrator?
                    Yes I have taken the step to start my own company called Artius where we will custom make smarthouses for people here in Norway. And this is a fulltime job for me now.

                    We see that to get a proper smarthouse you need complexity. But unfortunatly most systems avalible today are to easy to set up. Meaning you miss the part that makes it smart. And those systems that are avalible with the complexity are in a way to complex for the avarage person. And this is where we come in. Using HomeSeer we are able to provide something unique. And making dreams come true for people that wants a finished installed system.

                    HomeSeer is by far the best alternative for us to use and grow on. Myself have tried many systems from simple Fibaro to Control4 etc. But HomeSeer is by far the best alternative when it comes to the control unit. And what we belive is the best for the customer.


                    To reveal the answer to the picture the total amount is 103 fibaro modules, dimmers are stacked but motion sensors are not. Even though I'm getting several shippments now, its still this kid in me that thinks this is very cool. I feel like charlie in the chocolate factory sometimes
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by U5tabil View Post
                      [...] its still this kid in me that thinks this is very cool.
                      Don't ever, EVER let that kid go.
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                        #12
                        Very cool. I wondering how many integrators use HomeSeer -- Rupp, care to answer? It seems particularly with the new Zee S2, that HomeSeer would be a great solution for integrators, particularly those who have skill with designing custom screens for HSTouch. Much more cost effective than, say, Crestron.

                        Originally posted by U5tabil View Post
                        Yes I have taken the step to start my own company called Artius where we will custom make smarthouses for people here in Norway. And this is a fulltime job for me now.

                        We see that to get a proper smarthouse you need complexity. But unfortunatly most systems avalible today are to easy to set up. Meaning you miss the part that makes it smart. And those systems that are avalible with the complexity are in a way to complex for the avarage person. And this is where we come in. Using HomeSeer we are able to provide something unique. And making dreams come true for people that wants a finished installed system.

                        HomeSeer is by far the best alternative for us to use and grow on. Myself have tried many systems from simple Fibaro to Control4 etc. But HomeSeer is by far the best alternative when it comes to the control unit. And what we belive is the best for the customer.


                        To reveal the answer to the picture the total amount is 103 fibaro modules, dimmers are stacked but motion sensors are not. Even though I'm getting several shippments now, its still this kid in me that thinks this is very cool. I feel like charlie in the chocolate factory sometimes

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