Home Automation Inc. (HAI) has expanded its Connectivity Partner program to include Rave Technology, Nexus Audio Systems, Total Control, GUI JA Board, and eLoka Lighting Control Systems.
eLoka’s Electronic Dimming Switch
Rave Technology manufacturers the RV612 modular multi-room audio system that supports six independent zones (expandable to 12), 100 watts of power
per zone into a four-ohms load. Button triggers on an HAI OmniTouch 5.7, 5.7e, or 10p Touchscreen, as well as programming in an HAI controller, can be used to control power, volume, muting, transport controls, audio sources, and many other functions for each audio zone on the RV612.
Integration occurs using the HAI Serial Connectivity Adapter Kit (HAI part number 36A05-4) and requires firmware version 3.4 or higher.
Integration with Nexus Audio Systems provides another option for audio distribution. The Nexus C-612 supports six independently operated zones (expandable to 12) and infrared (IR) control of four external line level audio source components. Each zone features a 50-watts-per-channel stereo amplifier. Button triggers on an HAI OmniTouch 5.7, 5.7e, or 10p touchscreen, as well as programming in an HAI controller, can be used to control power, volume, muting, transport controls, audio sources, and many other functions for each audio zone on the Nexus C-612. Integration occurs using the HAI Serial Connectivity Adapter Kit (HAI part number 36A05-4) and requires firmware version 3.4 or higher.
Total Control created “Total Control Remote Edition,” a native iPhone/iPod Touch application, which supports the HAI Home Theater Extender (HTX).
GUIjaboard.com creates custom graphical user interface solutions for HAI Touchscreens. GUIjaboard also provides templates that can be added to any Automation Studio project for use in HAI’s OmniTouch 5.7e and OmniTouch 10p Touchscreens.
Eloka’s Lighting Control System offers lighting control and automation for 220/240V installations. Eloka’s lighting control system is fully (two-way) integrated with HAI home control systems, enabling homeowners to monitor all lights (including from visual floor plans on the OmniTouch 5.7e and OmniTouch 10p touchpanels) and to execute one-touch scenes.
“Adding two new audio/video companies, an international lighting partner, an additional interface provider, and a design services company shows HAI’s dedication to providing unique solutions for every installation,” explained Scott Dudoussat, HAI director of technical services. “HAI now fully integrates with over 50 manufacturers and hundreds of products, providing integrators the freedom they need to design the most appropriate system.”
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