HAI Enhances Award -Winning Home Automation Controllers

HAI Enhances Award-Winning Home Automation Controllers - the OmniPro II, Omni IIe, Lumina Pro, and Lumina Now Include Five Serial Ports and Flash Memory for Easy Firmware Updates

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:
Allison Read
Director of Marketing, HAI
4330 Michoud Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70129
Phone: (800) 229 -7256, x 229
Fax: (504) 253 -2955
www.homeauto.com
Email: allison.read@homeauto.com

New Orleans, LA - February 26, 2008

To download a high res picture of the enhanced OmniPro II board, please click here: http://www.homeauto.com/mediacenter/HaiPRImage.asp?image=OmniProOnBackplate.tif


HAI Enhances Award -Winning Home Automation Controllers - the OmniPro II, Omni IIe, Lumina Pro, and Lumina Now Include Five Serial Ports and Flash Memory for Easy Firmware Updates

HAI will be demonstrating the newly enhanced Omni and Lumina family controllers in Booth 1312 at the Electronic House Expo to be held in Orlando, Florida, March 13 - 15, 2008.

HAI (Home Automation, Inc.), leading manufacturer of integrated automation and security products since 1985, is now shipping its award -winning OmniPro II, Omni IIe, Lumina Pro, and Lumina automation controllers with five serial ports and flash memory for easy firmware updates.

The OmniPro II and Omni IIe are part of HAI's Omni family of home control systems that feature built -in UL Listed security and fire systems, lighting control, temperature control and audio control. The Lumina Pro and Lumina home control systems offer full lighting, temperature and audio control, but differ in that they do not include built -in security. The Lumina series is for homeowners who do not wish for security functions or who would prefer to integrate the automation and lighting benefits of the Lumina Pro/Lumina with an existing security system. Both the Omni and Lumina family controllers may be accessed and controlled over a telephone or over the Internet.

"There is no increase in price for the additional features that have been added to the Ethernet versions of the Omni and Lumina controllers," explains HAI President Jay McLellan. "The added benefits are simply part of HAI's commitment to our dealers and customers to provide the most cost effective, reliable, flexible, and powerful home control products on the market."

HAI products are available through a worldwide network of Distributors and installing dealers. For more information regarding HAI products, please visit www.homeauto.com or call 800 -229 -7256.

To download a high res picture of the enhanced OmniPro II board, please click here: http://www.homeauto.com/mediacenter/HaiPRImage.asp?image=OmniProOnBackplate.tif

About HAI (www.homeauto.com): HAI is a privately held manufacturer of integrated automation and security products for residential and commercial use based in New Orleans, LA. Incorporated in 1985, HAI has developed a full line of award -winning automation products, including home control systems, programmable communicating thermostats, smart light switches, Whole Home Audio systems, video surveillance equipment, Touchscreen interfaces, and software that allows access and control of an automation system over the Internet. All products are sold through HAI's worldwide network of Distribution Partners and installed by trained dealers in over 80 countries.

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