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Remote Technologies Incorporated’s T2+ Universal System Controller

Remote Technologies Incorporated's T2+ Universal System Controller

Chanhassen, MN–Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) has released its new T2+ Universal System Controller.

The T2+ provides users complete control of their home theaters, distributed audio systems, lighting control systems, and morewith little or no operating instruction necessary. The T2+ (MSRP: $599) will be available to custom installers nationwide through AVADs distribution network (

Measuring 1.1 inches thin, and weighing 8.5 ounces, the T2+ is a slim package. It balances basic and advanced functions, ergonomically laying out 32 fully programmable hard buttons and a touch-sensitive LCD that displays high-contrast menus and scroll lists. A tilt sensor automatically illuminates the buttons and touchscreen when the remote is picked up, and the LCD never needs calibrating.

The T2+ Universal System Controller features twice the memory of the previous T2 model, allowing installers to control more components and program more elaborate macro sequences. RTI has made programming functions easier than ever with its Windows-based TheaterTouch Designer Software. It lets installers use any PC to create, store, and drag and drop macros, IR codes, and bitmaps for reliable results every time. The T2+ also has non-volatile, field-upgradeable Flash memory, so system configuration wont be lost even when battery power is gone.

Used alone, the T2+ is a powerful user interface that provides consumers access to all functions of any sized audio/video system. Coupled with the RP-6 Remote Control Processor, voltage/video status-monitoring modules, RF receiver modules, and an RS-232 interface, the T2+ lets installers create a truly automated control system. The T2+ includes a Lithium-Polymer battery and docking station. Batteries charge in four hours, boast a 30-day stand-by, minimum continuous run-time of six hours and average 15 days under normal use.