Let’s get right into home automation and integration with Dennis from AVAS and Concepts, it all began with Dennis taking broken speakers out of the back trash of a local stereo shop, that led to him fixing the speakers and getting a job at the store. From there, Dennis was offered a job at Rogers Cable with the sub-contractor Trinity Cable. It was a great opportunity for Dennis, able to be one on one with homeowners, learning how to communication with clients and solving problems.
Dennis always wants to be the first one at the beginning of the project, there are way too many things to consider after most of the work has been performed. We discuss all kinds of electronics and how to proceed with all of this tech. WiFi access points, understanding the home and working around radiant floors, so many building details can affect the installation of home integration. Working with Control 4 Dennis discusses how to assemble all the apps into one app and full integrated on your smart phone. We discuss picture quality, should you stream, hard drive or buy blue ray and 4K? Multi room audio and video. So many conversations.
Electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) are invisible areas of energy, often referred to as Radiation, that are associated with the use of electrical power and various forms of natural and man-made lighting. … Ionizing: high-level radiation which has the potential for cellular and DNA damage.
What is a Faraday cage used for?
A Faraday cage is used as a protective shield against the electromagnetic radiation coming from the external environment, or it prevents electromagnetic energy radiated from the internal components from escaping the cage. These protective shields are used in different kinds of electronic and electrical equipment.
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Thank you so much Dennis for being on the show and sharing so much insight into the home integration industry. Reach out to Dennis at www.avasandconcepts.com his email email@example.com and on IG avasconceptsinc
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