HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated automation and security products since 1985, will be introducing a new console as part of its award-winning Omni Family product line.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Director of Marketing, HAI
Phone: (800) 229 -7256, x 229
Fax: (504) 736 -9890
New Orleans, LA - December 23, 2003
HAI Introduces New Console for Omni Family Controllers
HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated automation and security products since 1985, will be introducing a new console as part of its award -winning Omni Family product line. The new console will be introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 8 -11, 2004 and will be available for shipment immediately.
The new console has an updated look with larger buttons, a new "cool blue" backlight, and a thinner profile. It's compatible with all Omni family controllers, and is lower in cost by about 15% from HAI's previously available consoles. A flush mount kit is also available.
"It's always nice when you can introduce a new product that not only has been improved in appearance and technology, but is also offered at a lower price," comments HAI President, Jay McLellan. "Because of HAI's increasing volume we're delighted to pass the savings on to our dealers and clients."
HAI's core product line includes three Omni Family controllers, the OmniLT, Omni II, and OmniPro II. All include UL -Listed security for enhanced safety, temperature and lighting control for comfort and energy savings, and the convenience of telephone and Internet access and control.
All HAI products are sold through its worldwide network of distribution partners and installed by over 1000 trained dealers. For more information on HAI products, please call 800 -229 -7256 or visit www.homeauto.com.
HAI is a privately held manufacturer of integrated automation and security products for residential and commercial use. Incorporated in 1985, HAI has developed a full line of award -winning automation products, including three different automation controllers, communicating programmable thermostats, and software that allows access and control of an automation system over the Internet.