Has anyone downloaded all technical documents from clipsal's site?

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    We all know that Clipsal has a great website that has all documentation ready for download. http://www2.clipsal.com/cis/technical/product_groups/cbus

    However, lot of times I need a technical document that I know that I have downloaded it several times and I can't find there I saved it.

    So, I prepared myself for a 2-3 hours exercise, to download all technical documents and save them in a well sorted way (relays, dimmer, prof. dimmers, wall switches, etc).

    Then, I though that probably someone else has done this long time ago or maybe clipsal has something like that ready for distribution. :eek:

    So, I will wait until tomorrow to check if there is someone that wouldn't mind to share this with me.
     
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    Suppose I could put them on a website for you to download (sad attempt at irony). Seem to recall someone has already made a "condensed" version of the Clipsal website. all the documents were in a list.

    http://www.cleverhome.com.au/
     
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    I did the job last night and I have 3 comments for CIS site:

    1. Input units. Wiser is completely missing
    2. Input units. a link for the thermostats in missing (att. pic)
    3. Output units. The new ELV 8channel relay is missing


    If someone is interested for, I uploaded them in https://sites.google.com/site/sifakisantonis/home/clipsal-c-bus
     

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