Originally Posted by Dean Roddey
We have a lot of customers in NZ. We also have an integrator there, if you would like me to introduce you.
from briefly looking at CQS, it is a windows-based appliance, used as a central server to control smart lights, outlets etc? please correct me if i am wrong
the loxone miniserver, as well as being a central control point, has digital relays onboard. the advantage of this is that any dumb component can be controlled - a regular light bulb fitting, a regular power outlet, cheap solenoids etc
edit: its hard to discuss these things without coming across as going on an offensive - im simply presenting loxones case, as that is the system that made the most sense to me, and obviously people will see advantages in using CQ in their setup