Some finishing touches for the room, for that professional feel:
A Clipsal 56 Series captive outlet with screw plug – This will ensure that the power plug doesn’t accidentally get ripped out.
Some C-Bus connections have been added to the patch panel, which allows for the patching of a c-bus network interface to any data point in the house, or easily adding C-bus devices into the rack, such as a wiser unit.
A C-Bus Wiser unit has also been added to the install; this is mainly to allow for the control of the C-Bus network from an iPhone, which means pressing “watch movie” on the phone from the comfort of your chair and having the lights dim. I would recommend Wiser to anyone with or considering a C-Bus network. The Wiser is also a wireless router (NOT a modem) that can replace your existing wireless router or work in addition to. Since I have a Netgear DGND3700 I want to use that and use just the C-Bus connectivity of this Wiser.
Below shows an additional light switch which is identical to the LCD switch shown in a previous post (without the screen of course) but this is accessible from the comfort of my chair. Just to the right of that is a C-Bus network point for programming new devices or updating the network.