Central Vac Sends Email When Its Full
M.D. Manufacturing's latest in the Air Force line uses existing powerlines and a slew of other new technologies.
The latest in M.D.‘s AirForce line integrates into most whole-house control systems, but can also connect to the web on its own.
September 04, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

M.D. Manufacturing is going to wipe the floor with other central vac products. Well, they actually don’t need any help; they do just fine by themselves.

The latest in the company’s AirForce central vac line doesn’t need any low-voltage wiring, communicating via your home’s existing powerlines and UPB (Universal Powerline Bus) technology.

This allows for constant monitoring, meaning things can be as clean as you want them to be. And you won’t have to wait until debris comes flying out to figure out there’s a clog or that a bag needs changing; this smart system can alert you via email.

Another neat feature is that the system can be programmed to power off when the phone, doorbell or other alarms sound off.

It’s easy to have your installer ties this unit into ELK, HAI, Crestron or other UPB-friendly home control systems. Also expect a stand-alone device that doesn’t need any of those names; it connects to the web all on its own.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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