ADI Launches Connected Home Branch Display

The store-within-a-store concept introduces dealers to Z-wave-enabled smart home technologies, and lets them see, touch, and test drive products before presenting them to customers.
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To showcase connected home technologies and give dealers an opportunity to demo the latest products through interactive displays, ADI recently launched a connected home branch display at its Bohemia, NY, location. The store-within-a-store concept introduces dealers to Z-wave-enabled smart home technologies, and lets them see, touch, and test drive products before presenting them to customers.

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ADI's store-within-a-store concept introduces dealers to Z-wave-enabled smart home technologies.

The connected home branch display features more than 50 products and the solutions represented include security, video surveillance, lighting controls, locks, thermostats, garage door sensors and controls, water sensors and valve controls, and window shade controls. This model helps dealers understand how to integrate security systems with home automation, offer hands-free remote control, and provide a solution that lets users stay connected to their home or office.

ADI will use the connected home display to host training events to provide dealers with a hands-on learning experience. In addition, ADI offers connected home training seminars at all the ADI Expo events throughout the year, and hosts connected home training opportunities at our local branch locations across North America.

Products currently featured in the Connected Home Branch Display include the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch with Wi-Fi and Voice Control, Honeywell LYNX Touch 5200 and 7000 Touchscreens, Honeywell Z-Wave Thermostat, Honeywell Indoor and Outdoor IP Cameras, Yale Z-Wave Locks, Kwikset Z-Wave Locks, Leviton Vizia-RF Z-Wave Lighting Controls, Graber and Somfy Z-Wave Controlled Shades, Leak Intelligence Z-Wave Water Valve, FortrezZ Z-Wave Water Valve, and more.

The Connected Home Display is part of a pilot program at ADI, and the company has plans to bring this home automation prototype to additional locations across North America.

Click here to check out the full line of Z-Wave enabled products available at ADI.


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