HomeSeer Technologies Releases PRO -100 Home Automation Controller

HomeSeer Technologies announces the release of its new PRO-100 home automation controller. The controller is part of the new HomeSeer PRO series, a new line of home control products designed specifically for the professional integrator and installer.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 12, 2005

Bedford, NH - HomeSeer Technologies announces the release of its new PRO -100 home automation controller. The controller is part of the new HomeSeer PRO series, a new line of home control products designed specifically for the professional integrator and installer. The PRO -100 is the most powerful and flexible controller of its type featuring complete integration of lighting, security, HVAC and home theatre systems.

The PRO -100 gives professionals a new option for reliable home control. The unit is a total solution central controller for automating lights, appliances, HVAC, cameras, home theatre/media, and much more. Numerous automation components from leading industry manufacturers are already supported including Leviton, Lutron™, Lightolier™, Centralite, Vantage, RCS, JDS, Global Cache™, Onq™, HAI™, PCS, Simply -Automated, Intermatic, iAutomate (RFID), ACT, Z -Wave, and many others.

The system includes a hardware based controller with a protected embedded operating system for reliability. The unit contains no moving parts and may be mounted in a structured wiring cabinet. Management is accomplished using any web browser and the installer or homeowner can obtain full access to the system from the Internet. This allows for easy remote control, administration, schedule and configuration changes. A multitude of user interfaces are supported, including voice recognition (open -air, headset and telephone), touch screens, cell phones, telephones, PocketPCs and PDAs. Customization and extensibility are a part of the total solution allowing the installer to control user access.

The PRO -100 is shipping now and may be purchased through a network of authorized HomeSeer dealers and distributors.

For the past seven years HomeSeer Technologies has been creating some of the most popular and robust automation systems available. HomeSeer Technologies' flagship product HomeSeer has been a solution for many levels of users from mission critical systems such as the lighting for the New York State Bridge Authority to the needs of their 10,000+ residential users. HomeSeer has won numerous awards including TechTV's Best of CES 2004, HomeAutomation top 50, TechLiving's HOT LIST for 2004, and was recently selected as a central integration component in all episodes of the hit FOX TV show "Renovate My Family". HomeSeer Technologies web site is

About HomeSeer Technologies
HomeSeer Technologies is a leading provider of home control software based in Bedford New Hampshire. Our flagship product "HomeSeer", gives users the ability to automate everything in their home, including lights, appliances, thermostats, audio/video, and media content. Our software is IP enabled, giving users remote access from anywhere in the world. Visit for more information.

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HomeSeer is a registered trademark of HomeSeer Technologies LLC

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