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# 120877 16-Jun-2013 22:18
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Hello All

We are excited to show you our new system for wiring your new or existing home/business that uses the latest in lighting technology, LED's and the LumenCache Lighting Platform.  

As we all know, LED luminaries are fast becoming affordable and with new LED technology being tested and released, even more efficient.  This is where the LumenCache platform comes into it's own, replacing the high voltage wiring with a standard more appropriate to the power needs of today's LED luminaries, Cat5e-6 cable. Safe wiring, battery backed for emergency/security lighting built in as standard and easy integration into Home Automation control systems, LumenCache has a little bit of the WOW factor for everyone.  

Enough of the spiel, check out the following site for more information www.lumencache.com

The great part is we are needing dealers in Christchurch to take ownership of the South Island, if you believe like we do that this is the way of the future for homes and the "DC House" is just around the corner, then contact us (PM) and we would love to give you as much information that we can supply to get you excited and on-board.  If you are in the Greater Wellington Region and would like to know more, even if you would like to supply/install this product, then contact us for your in-home, in-business Demo (iPhone controlling and all).

Thank you for taking the time to read through the above and a bigger thank you if you take the time to view the LumenCache website.


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  # 840487 20-Jun-2013 18:08
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Can you list all the AS/NZS you have had to comply with to get this product to market?




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  # 840701 21-Jun-2013 04:03
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I am no expert in website design but to me your site seems weird and not user-friendly. There's no obvious home page from which to start - the first thing I saw was a wiring schematic - not what I want or expect first up. The whole thing just confused me.

 
 
 
 


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  # 840741 21-Jun-2013 09:09
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Not to mention the fact the voltages stated are mostly american (110) and not NZ (230).
If you want to sell to NZ, best have a website that stipulates NZ voltages etc.

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  # 841367 22-Jun-2013 02:52
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  # 841644 22-Jun-2013 18:33
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eracode: I am no expert in website design but to me your site seems weird and not user-friendly. There's no obvious home page from which to start - the first thing I saw was a wiring schematic - not what I want or expect first up. The whole thing just confused me.
You are not the only one that has said that, even their dealers in the dealer forum have brought that up.  I will forward the GZ link to them so they can see it is not just Americans that find the site hard to navigate and hopefully they can redesign for more user friendly site.




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  # 841646 22-Jun-2013 18:36
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Jeeves: Not to mention the fact the voltages stated are mostly american (110) and not NZ (230).
If you want to sell to NZ, best have a website that stipulates NZ voltages etc.
We are in the middle of having a site setup for NZ, www.lumencache.co.nz at present it is forwarded to Aucklands first dealer.  This site will have the NZ voltages stipulated.  




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