Crestron dealers can immediately start using the Crestron HR-310 remote via Pantech Design’s ADAPT programming software, courtesy of exclusive early access to the remote for testing granted by Crestron Electronics.
“We were happy to provide PanTech Design with an early release of the HR-310,” said John Clancy, VP for residential at Crestron Electronics. “We value their feedback about the remote and that they got it integrated into their ADAPT software ahead of shipping. This shows PanTech Design’s continued commitment to Crestron and our CTP’s.”
The team of Crestron-certified programmers at PanTech Design vigorously tested the HR-310 remote to ensure that the integration worked seamlessly and reliable for users of the ADAPT software. Programming the remote is a straightforward and simple process, exactly the same as the process for programming an existing HR series remote.
“Gaining early access to the HR-310 remote has allowed us to continue to deliver value and support to ADAPT users,” said Troy Morgan, CEO of PanTech Design. “It’s a great example of Crestron’s commitment to providing Crestron Services Providers with resources and tools to help dealers succeed.”
During the testing process, the PanTech Design team was able to review firsthand the capabilities and features of the new remote, such as automatic backlighting; raised buttons with audible click; elegant, single-piece form factor design; and “Favorites” button that allows for easy OSD access.
“We wholeheartedly endorse the new remote,” Morgan said. “New products like the HR-310 and the DM-NVX, which ADAPT also supports, are a clear sign that Crestron’s residential roadmap is headed in the right direction.”
Crestron integrators who would like to learn more about how the ADAPT software can streamline the process of programming residential Crestron systems can see a software overview by visiting