FREE UPB Training Seminar - LI, NY. Superior to X10! is sponsoring a FREE Universal Powerling Bus Training Seminar at the Hampton Inn in Islandia, NY on June 6th, 2006 (9 am - 2 pm).

NEW UPB technology is superior to X10!

Proven 500 times more reliable & 30 times faster than X10. With NO NEW WIRING REQUIRED, 64,000 total addresses, and a 40 volt signal vs. X10's weak 4 volt, UPB is taking over the home automation power line carrier market.

For this reason, is sponsoring a FREE Universal Power -line Bus Training Seminar at the Hampton Inn in Islandia, NY. The seminar will be run by Simply Automated, Inc, from 9 am to 2 pm. There will be knowledgeable techs on -hand to answer all of your questions, demonstrate new UPB products, installation techniques, and explain it's easy integration.

To reserve your Free Seat, or to find out more information, please call Ralph at 631 -361 -8609.

NEW!! *Become a authorized dealer/installer (for free) and receive $480 of UPB Equipment for only $93!! Visit our website for details;

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ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

The M1 Gold Security & Automation Control combines security, fire, energy management, lighting, and access control to provide total control of the home. Easily integrating with products of industry partner manufacturers, M1 controls offer a truly customized solution. With remote access capabilities and simple, user-friendly interfaces, M1 keeps homeowners informed and in control, anytime, anywhere! ELK's Two-Way Wireless family of products for the M1 offers a truly secure and reliable wireless solution with cutting edge techniques such as frequency hopping and UL approved jamming detection to defend against interference, hacking, and jamming. Advanced features ensure reliability, extend battery life, and provide innovative security enhancements including wirelessly interconnected smoke detectors, motion detectors with built-in security/convenience lights, and key fobs with a system status inquiry button, allowing users to see if an alarm has been activated before entering the home.