RTI Introduces Z-Wave Control and Lighting Solutions

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RTI-ZW9.jpgRemote Technologies, Inc. (RTI) has announced the addition of a Z-Wave interface and Z-Wave lighting controls to its lineup. The new ZW-9 interface (shown here) allows you to incorporate any Z-Wave-compatible home automation devices (such as lights, thermostats, door locks, etc.) into an RTI control system built around the RTI XP processor. RTI will also introduce its own line of Z-Wave lighting controls, including light switches, dimmers, a lamp module, and receptacles. Contact an RTI dealer for pricing and availability.

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RTI has announced the company is now shipping its all-new Z-Wave solutions. The ZW-9 Z-Wave interface enables simple and cost-effective monitoring and control of Z-Wave-enabled systems and devices via an RTI control system. Addressing the need for comprehensive lighting control, the new Z-Wave solutions allow users to easily manage lighting elements both locally and from the convenience of an RTI user interface.

"The arrival of our Z-Wave products has been highly anticipated," said Mike Everett, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Americas, RTI. "With these new devices, RTI provides users with a unified control and monitoring experience for a full range of Z-Wave-enabled products such as lights, door locks, shades, and thermostats from the convenience of an RTI device."

The ZW-9 Z-Wave interface utilizes the Z-Wave wireless protocol to provide the communication link between RTI systems and lighting, door locks, thermostats, and other Z-Wave-enabled devices. Eliminating the need for a different app for each device, the ZW-9--combined with an RTI XP processor--provides users with unified control and monitoring over all devices directly on their RTI user interface. Through the power of RTI's Integration Designer software, programming and installation is simple and affordable.

RTI-Z-WaveLighting.jpgPerfect for new construction and retrofit installations, RTI's new Z-Wave lighting control solutions include light switches, dimmers, a lamp module, and receptacles--with no new or specialized wiring required. For instance, the innovative battery-operated Anyplace switch requires no wiring of any kind, offering incredibly flexible installation possibilities. With a classic, elegant design, the devices blend into any décor and easily scale to installations of nearly any size. Utilizing Z-Wave RF technology, these lighting control solutions create a wireless network that seamlessly integrates with RTI's home and commercial automation systems via the ZW-9 Z-Wave interface.

Additional Resources
• Visit the RTI website for more product information.
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