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Lab.Net

Future Building

Our Services

Our long experience and willingness to simplify our systems has led us to create unique products in the market that are extremely versatile.

Modularity

Each plant can be made up of the devices needed without the need to install additional control units.

Modernity

Programming can take place locally from a specific point of the building, or remotely with a remote. The management can be controlled even outside the building.

Flexibility

Without a controller, each device is independent and dedicated to performing a single application.

Standard

All devices can be housed on type 503 boxes or in electrical cabinets. This allows you to install the system even in buildings that were not designed for it.

Costs

Thanks to the optimization of the production processes and the use of specific mounting components, the costs of our products is highly competitive.

Communication Speeds

The EasyBus system is one of the fastest in the market. The components communicate with each other at a speed of 50Kbit/s. This facilitates the expandability and communication between multiple devices.

Expandability

It's perfectly okay to start from one element and add others when you want without a number limit.

Add-Ons

You can add new features at any time. You can start from temperature control or security systems and then keep building up the system to end up having control of the entire building: AUTOMATICALLY.

Based on this philosophy, and analyzing the demands of the market and its needs, LAB.NET was founded in 1998, to keep specialized in innovative technology systems. Intuition as a bulwark and professionalism as a weapon have made it so that, since its very beginning, the company has distinguished itself with a remarkable dynamism. The strong evolution in the field of building automation has made it possible for the development and implementation of integrated systems to become the company's main mission, thus giving the possibility of, starting from the day-to-day domestic use, to reach the service sector.

Meticulous teamwork with the best designers and the constant collaboration with technical and manufacturing experts means that the aesthetics and ergonomics of LAB.NET's offerings can keep a high standard in versatility and uniqueness, setting up partnerships with major companies operating in both National and International levels.

What differentiates LAB.NET from all other manufacturers that specialize in control and management systems is the flexibility and expandability of our devices. It's infact possible to start with a device to then evolve it, increasing its performance and functionality, all while keeping constant ease of use and ease of installation, as well as maintenance, a fundamental apotheosis for the long life of the product.


The adaptation to the existing electrical regulations and the improvement in management has made it easy for EasyBus technology.
Rationalization of the power lines and a single thin data cable that allows communication has enabled us to meet the needs, guaranteeing expandability throughout time and a flexible configuration change, even remotely.

The client needed to better organize the control and command of the light points scattered around the Basilica San Marco in Venice. Over time, the electrical plant had been modified and the control panels had been set up for the service areas, with the result that in order to turn the lamps on and off, it was necessary to go to more places, with obvious staff training problems or forgetfulness.

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