Savant Unveils Lighting Control System

September 4, 2012

At this CEDIA EXPO this week Savant Systems is introducing Savant Lighting Control, transforming the LiteTouch products that it purchased earlier in the year into a solution that can be used as part of a complete package within Savant's automation and energy management ecosystem or as a standalone lighting control system.

"Our initial lighting control product designs are focused on expanding the range of system configurations and price points, giving integrators a powerful and competitive solution set that represents only the beginning of Savant's innovation in the lighting control segment," Bob Madonna, Savant CEO.
stated.

 


The new product line, the company says, will take advantage of Savant's expertise in efficient software-based system configuration, compact hardware devices, and variety of user interface options, from a cohesive single platform.

Savant Lighting Control can also be implemented as a standalone lighting solution, utilizing the same interoperability that LiteTouch has offered to third-party control vendors. Savant's backwards-compatible hardware and software design allows for support and system upgrade of all LiteTouch systems that are already installed in the field. Savant will continue to support 3rd party lighting control systems through the company's Partners in Excellence Program.

Savant Lighting Control will be available fall 2012 through both the Savant and LiteTouch dealer networks. Savant Lighting Control will be on display at the 2012 CEDIA Expo in Demo Room ICC-109.

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