Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Electrical - Everything and the kitchen sink.
Thought it might be helpful for future people building a Drysdale30 to see what electrical improvements we made. This is the list we can come up with.
PREMIUM RANGE BAKELITE (http://www.clipsal.com/trade/__data/page/81/G0000098.pdf)
PREMIUM LIGHT FIXTURES IN TERMS OF DOWNLIGHTS ETC
56 DOUBLE POWERPOINT LOCATIONS RATHER THAN THE 24 STANDARD SINGLE POWERPOINTS
59 LIGHTS RATHER THAN THE STANDARD ~23 INCLUDING:
2 X FRONT EXTERIOR WALL LIGHTS
DOWNLIGHT TO FRONT ENTRANCE
REAR EXTERNAL SPOTLIGHTS TO SIDES AND REAR
LIGHTING TO OUTDOOR AREA
IMPORTED LIGHT FITTINGS (http://www.dunlinhome.com/collections/original-btc/products/titan-1-pendant-light-white)
14 X DATA POINTS
MULTIPLE SENSOR SYSTEMS INCLUDING
SENSOR WALL LIGHTING TO RUMPUS/TOILET AND ENSUITE AND SENSOR FLURO TO GARAGE
3 X FLUORO TO ROOF SPACE
7 X 2 WAY SWITCHES
11 X 3 WAY SWITCHES
6 X DIMMING SWITCHES [ALL BEDROOMS + BATHROOMS AND ON DINING TABLE AND KITCHEN PENDANTS]
EXHAUST FAN TO PANTRY
5 ZONE SPEAKER WIRING + 7.2 SOUND SYSTEM WIRING
10 X TV POINTS
PRE-WIRE FOR SOLAR POWER
One of the coolest features is a sensor that picks up if any of the children leave their bedrooms at night; it puts on a series of low wall lights with a path to the toilet :). We have the same in our ensuite, low wall lights to the toilet on sensor.
The house is set up to be run by iPhone with 3 zones for audio/video.
Thats all I can think of for now.