Replace CBUS?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JDS8, Jun 16, 2021.

  1. JDS8


    Jun 16, 2021
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    G'day, not sure if I am supposed to be on this forum as I am a homeowner, but here goes....

    We have a 10 year old house with CBUS and simply fed up with it....maybe it's because we can't seem to find someone that can help us diagnose the problems we seem to continually have. So, can the entire system be replaced with another product or just normal wiring? Yes, big job to replace but we really are at this stage unless there is someone out there in Bayside Melbourne that is willing to help.

    JDS8, Jun 16, 2021
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  2. JDS8


    Nov 22, 2018
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    Melbourne Victoria
    Hi JDS,
    If you can describe the problem your having you may find someone here that can help.
    If the problem your having is related to a colour touch screen not sending commands but does see all activity, then that's something i can help you with. The touch screen would need the transmit cct repaired and we can do this for you. Also a flat cmos battery will stop the unit keeping the correct time/date, if you have scenes running it will cause problems with timing. Alternatively, if you have other problems then try contacting Grant Waldram at Hidden Technology (based in Altona) -
    03 8685 8544 [email protected]
    , he is a very good C-bus Electrician

    Trevor Callaghan
    Arbor Australia
    0404 887 463
    Trevor, Jun 16, 2021
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  3. JDS8


    Dec 1, 2005
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    Adelaide, Australia
    Everyone is welcome here :)

    Can you describe the problems you are having. Cbus is very reliable, but simple things like a poor connection can create havoc.

    Anything is possible, but that is a major undertaking as you would essentially be rewiring the whole house.

    Hopefully someone on the forums in your area will pop in.
    Ashley, Jun 17, 2021
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