As most of you may have experienced since last December, there has been outages and hubs turning unresponsive. Lowe’s management acknowledges this and has expressed that this hasn’t been one of their finest moments.
From what I have seen, customers are able to return their system back to the local stores without much issues. Also recently people have started receiving emails regarding $25 gift card regarding the recent outages and issues trying to reach support. Continue reading
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Before I explain about the subject of this post. I just like to make sure you know that MyEyesOnIris posted that at CES 2014 Lowe’s Iris will introduce a whole-home water shutoff valve, and a sonic water flow meter to measure and monitor water usage in the home and sense a pipe leak before it becomes a flood. This information was released from a site called ShellyPalmer where they have a audio clip that sounds like advertisement for Iris.
Now going back to the subject title of this post. Which started with me finding about the news regarding Iris at CES. For those who follow this blog would know by now that I’m on the hunt to find out who is the supplier of this shutoff value, and water flow meter, but while on this search I was able to find a interesting power point presentation from caba.org. (Continental Automated Building Association)