New Orleans, LA–New Home Automation Inc.s (HAI) Omni and Lumina home control systems are now recognized by the state of California as Title 24 Compliant.
California’s Title 24 energy code was designed to decrease energy consumption through the regulation of approved lighting control devices such as dimmers, occupancy sensors, and high efficiency lights. Initiated in October 2005, all new and remodeled homes in the state must incorporate Title 24 compliant lighting and controls.
HAI’s two home control system families, the Omni family and the Lumina family coordinate a home’s amenities for comfort, convenience, and safety. The Omni systems feature built-in UL-Listed security and fire systems, lighting control, temperature control, and audio control, with telephone and Internet connectivity options.
For consumers who do not need the built-in security system HAI offers the Lumina line of home control products. Although they do not come with a built-in security and fire system like the Omni family home control systems, Lumina systems can tie into an existing security system.
We’re happy to have our products recognized by the state of California as being compliant with their Title 24 energy code, explains HAI President Jay McLellan. It’s part of our ongoing effort to design and manufacture affordable and intuitive products that make saving energy an integral part of a home’s function.
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