Description:We control how power flows through your home. This device, a hub device, orchestrator, controller, manager, is a small electronic appliance will sit on the table or bookcase in homes. It functions similarly to a home automation hub (e.g. Smart Things, Wink, etc.), but is smarter than a hub. It connects to smart meters, home Z-wave automation equipment, Wi-Fi networks and Ethernet. When you’re using too much power, it throttles back your home’s usage. When more power is available, it throttles usage back up.
It needs to look good, look modern, simple but elegant. We’re trying to exude confidence, control, action, durability. It needs to fit in with a modern home and look good. Attached are model files of that include the minimum features of the circuit boards and connectors. Also included are drawings of the components included on the circuit boards as well as additional pictures/descriptions of the circuit board stack. Start with the “Enclosure Presentation” file and go from there.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The bottom circuit board component/connector placement is fixed (cannot be moved/altered). The top circuit board model file currently shows 4 LEDs. These LEDs indicate system status for Wi-Fi/Ethernet Network, Smart Meter Connection, Z-Wave Device Connection and Cloud Connection. This configuration may be changed and we expect it to change, multiple colors and/or other arrangements may be used, but we must be able to at least indicate status for these 4 systems. It would be nice to indicate, in addition to blinking status for example, motion or activity in the system.
The design does NOT have to have draft built into the model for the contest, but the designer must be able to add draft (for additional fee) after the prototype has been approved. Think about how this would/could be molded when designing.
The output will be 3D Generic CAD files (i.e. step files) + Native 3D CAD.
Wants:1. Exterior style, LED/feedback usage, functionality is primary
2. Ease/cost of tooling is important. (We will SLA the prototypes, then tool injection molding in production)
3. Ease of assembly is third (i.e. can the circuit boards be installed, are components mounted to the circuit boards – don’t use wired assemblies for example)
Don't Wants:It shouldn't look like a bar of soap, nor a simple plastic box.
File Size Limit:10 MB - 24 MB
- Step File, Native Cad (Any)
#49 Reupdate Design by Steven wijay
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#56 Concept 2 by Pablo Gosso
#57 Smart Hub AD04 - by Adriano Ordoz Barissa by Adriano Ordoz Barissa
#67 Variations of submission # 37 by Cup O' Design | Ghazaleh Afrahi
#62 Concept 3 by Pablo Gosso
#52 InergySys - Smart Hub - Concept 1-Pablo Gosso by Pablo Gosso
#20 Smart Hub Enclosure - Concept 4 by Decker
#48 Smart Hub Enclosure Design by SaketCad
#42 Concept 02 by Cup O' Design | Ghazaleh Afrahi
#40 Smart Hub AD01 - by Adriano Ordoz Barissa by Adriano Ordoz Barissa
#73 Smart Hub Design by Alexandar03
- SolidWorks 2016 — Smart Hub Design
- STEP/STP 3D Modeling 2014 — Smart Hub Design
- SolidWorks 2016 — enclosure
- STEP/STP 3D Modeling 2014 — enclosure
- SolidWorks 2016 — cover
- STEP/STP 3D Modeling 2014 — cover
- SolidWorks 2016 — led light plastic
- STEP/STP 3D Modeling 2014 — led light plastic
- SolidWorks 2016 — board assembly
- STEP/STP 3D Modeling 2014 — board assembly
#5 Homeowner in mind by Decker
#13 new modern style enclosure by abdillah yusuf
#14 Smart Hub Enclosure 1 by Straightedge
- PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E 4.0 — she-1-iso-1
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- PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E 4.0 — she-1-iso-6
- PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E 4.0 — she-1-iso-7
- PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E 4.0 — she-1-iso-8
#30 Smart hub enclosure by Ratnesh
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