HAI (Home Automation Inc.) Omni and Lumina home control systems now have two-way integration with Dynalite's lighting system. The integration allows individual Dynalite lighting areas to be controlled by an HAI controller.
Dynalite lighting areas can now be controlled by HAI.
Dynalite's areas are used to group related lighting points by the area/room they are in. Dynalite lighting areas can be turned on, turned off, brightened, dimmed, set to a specific preset/scene, set to a specific level, and toggled on/off.
"This is another important integration for our international customers," HAI director of international sales and marketing Allison Read explained. "It expands HAI's options for the 220/230 V market and allows HAI to control over 13 different lighting Connectivity Partners, in addition to our own HAI Lighting Control product line."
HAI's Omni LT supports 16 Dynalite lighting areas. Omni II, Omni IIe, and Lumina support 64 Dynalite lighting areas. The OmniPro II and Lumina Pro support 255 Dynalite lighting areas.
The HAI controller monitors the Dynalite network for changes to Dynalite lighting areas for real-time updating of status. A change in the state of a Dynalite lighting area triggers an event in the HAI controller that can be used in automation programming. For example, a button on a Dynalite keypad could toggle the state of a Dynalite lighting area which could cause the HAI controller to initiate an automation sequence.
All of HAIs Omni and Lumina home control systems integrate with Dynalite and require a serial cable for installation, as well as the newest firmware, version 3.3. Firmware version 3.3 is now available.