Capitol Sales Company will deliver three training sessions at the Fall 2005 EH Expo in Anaheim, California, Nov. 7-11. One class provides technology fundamentals for novice installers, while the other two classes educate installers about the design and configuration of Panasonic home telephone systems.
Fred’s Fundamentals: How to Boil Water will teach new installers about technology and terminology used in the custom installation industry. “Since he began his Fundamentals column in CE Pro magazine, Fred Harding has received industry praise from novices and veterans alike, so we expect strong interest for this first-time class,” said Steve Konsor, senior vice president of sales for Capitol Sales Company.
“Our Panasonic telephone system classes typically draw a standing-room only audience because telephone systems continue to be a growing part of our installers’ business offerings. These classes provide a great way for installers to get up-to-speed quickly on the latest application technology,” Konsor explained.
One telephone system course will feature training on a recently released Panasonic system for small- to medium-sized home installations that provides PC programmability and several other enhancements. The other session will focus on design and configuration of wired telephone systems for upscale residential environments. This system features the expanded functionality of multi-cell wireless phone technology.
Both the Panasonic phone systems will be on display in Capitol Sales booth #420 throughout the show so that dealers can see the systems and how they work.
Tues., Nov. 8, 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., Fred’s Fundamentals: How to Boil Water. In this fast-paced presentation, Fred Harding will cover fundamentals that every integrator should master including terminology and technology used in the custom installation industries. This is an appropriate class for industry rookies. Topics covered in this fast-paced course will include: wire signal, signal types that correspond to those audio equipment control basics, telephone basics, and why the industry uses confusing terms like composite and component.
Thurs., Nov. 10, 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., Room 211B, Panasonic Phone Systems for the Home: The New KX-TA824–An Overview. Mike Marko will teach installers how to design and configure the new Panasonic KX-TA824 telephone system. The KX-TA824 is the perfect answer for your small- to medium-sized home installation projects. Based on the very successful design of the KX-TA624, the KX-TA824 touts several significant improvements including PC programmability. If you have installed KX-TA624 systems, then this class is a must for you to learn about the new enhancements this system has to offer. Find out how to configure and install this great phone system for the home and take a quick look at the new programming interface. This class is for the salesperson, designer and installer. This system does not require dealer certification to purchase.
Thurs., Nov. 10, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Room 211B, Panasonic Phone Systems for the Home: The KX-TAW848–An Overview. Mike Marko will teach installers how to design and configure the Panasonic KX-TAW848 wired/wireless telephone system. The KX-TAW848 combines versatile wired telephone system features with the expanded functionality of advanced multi-cell wireless phone technology to meet the needs of today’s upscale residential environment. Find out what expansion cards go where, do a sample configuration, get some system tips, and take a quick look at the programming interface. This class is for the salesperson, designer and installer. This system does not require dealer certification to purchase.
To learn more, visit www.capitolsales.com.