TELETASK LATUS Touch Window: Complete freedom of assigning functions to the `buttons` results in the ideal control of every environment.

After the touch panels and touch screens, R3&A Limited introduces proudly the TELETASK LATUS Touch Window. This new human interface to control the TELETASK Domotics System is an AUTOBUS interface without buttons. The LATUS is a touch sensitive window.

The label will be automatically generated by the PROSOFT software with a text and pictograph per button. This results in the ideal control for any environment: powerful (16 `buttons`), user friendly (text and graphics on each `button`), high tech, exclusive look (touch sensitive surface), original way of working and ... (you would never believe it) ... low cost!

The LATUS, an affordable, nice looking control panel, can be used for any function you want in the world of Domotics.

R3&A Limited is a Canadian, independent, private owned company located in Ontario, offering complete solutions of Surge and Lightning Protection and Domotics / Home Automation. We have strong and close partnerships with well known suppliers like DEHN and TELETASK and are their business partner for the Canadian market.

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