Alloys & HAI unveil A/NZ training seminars

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Alloys & HAI unveil A/NZ training seminars

The control system change light settings by time of day, a set schedule, triggering of events (including motion or alarm), telephone call, Touchscreen, web-enabled cell phone, or a computer connected to the Internet.

It has introduced a Clipsal C-Bus integration that can be added to the OmniPro II or the Lumina Pro with a free firmware update for registered users. 

HAI said firmware 3.2 will be shipping before the end of July.

Alloys is the premier Australian distributor of HAI products and will be featuring the new Clipsal C-Bus Integration at their Digital Entertainment/Home Automation display booth 126 at the CEDIA EXPO in Sydney, July 15-17, 2009.

"We look forward to demonstrating the Clipsal integration with our HAI premier distributor, Alloys, at CEDIA EXPO in Australia," said Jay McLellan president HAI.

"With recent support for the Lutron HomeWorks products and PLLC 220 V UPB light switches, we continue to offer more lighting control options to provide the perfect solution for every homeowner worldwide."

Paul Harman, Alloys CEO added HAI continue to add products and solutions to their portfolio. 

"Their investment in the 220/240v markets continues to grow at a rapid rate and their extensive automation portfolio provides the backbone of our automation division," he said. 

"HAI have simplified the automation market so it is available for every lifestyle and budget. 

"This C-Bus integration will now allow customers who already have a C-Bus lighting solution installed to enjoy the power of a fully integrated Automation solution."

 Seminar dates:
July 13, Sydney, 9am - 5pm, Application Programming
July 20, Melbourne, 2 - 4pm, Introduction to HAI and New Products
July 21, Melbourne, 9am - 5pm, PC Access 3.0 Programming
July 23, Auckland, NZ, 9am - 5pm, Introduction to Home Automation

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