All the good reasons to visit Neets At ISE 2008

Danish company Neets will launch it's newest product at Integrated Systems Europe in 2008 - an AV control system - without buttons. World's most straight forward projector control.

Integrated Systems Europe is just a few days away and Danish company Neets - manufacture of AV control systems - are ready with many new features for the show.


As last year Neets will use this year's show to launch the newest product in the port folio - Neets cannot reveal everything yet, but can says as much as - it's a control system without buttons! - World's most straight forward projector control.

Neets is not only launching a new control system - this year the Danish company will also present two new relay boxes - a 2 -Relay and a 4 -Relay. The special features are easy to see; both relay boxes have direct screen control, built in power supply, test buttons, rubber grommets and screw terminals for easy connection of the wires, transient protection and LED indication when the relays are active. The 4 -relay can also be controlled via RS -232.

Besides developing new products Neets has also improved existing products:
The Neets Control - FoXtrot will be available with 2 I/O's instead of one input and one output. Furthermore the software for both the Neets Control - FoXtrot and the Neets Control - EU will have improved ways of controlling IR and counting Volume.

Finally the Neets Control - DK will now be a part of the configuration utility software. This way all Neets control systems are assembled in the same Windows based software, making the programming easy to do no matter what control system you wish to use for your project.

Neets looks forward to welcoming you at booth E109 in hall 3.

For more info, please see www.neets.dk

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