Cinemar Releases New Irrigation Family Manager

Perform Scheduling Directly from the End User Interface

Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States, 08/22/2008 - Cinemar Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of affordable home automation and media management solutions since 2002, has announced an update to their Irrigation Family Manager software. This update provides users with a new and improved user interface to monitor and control their irrigation system while at home or away.

"We really listened to our customers and implemented new functionality that was on the top of their list," stated Cinemar CEO Mario Cascio. Other enhancements include new start time options like: minutes after sunrise/sunset, minutes before sunrise/sunset, at sunrise/sunset and before sunrise/sunset. Zones and programs can manually be turned on/off or driven by the newer scheduling features.

The Irrigation Family Manager currently supports WGL & Associates Rain8Net and Rain8 -WiFi Irrigation Controllers. A Generic Driver is also included that controls third -party relay irrigation systems.

A discounted upgrade path is available to all existing users. For more information about this new product, please visit our website.


About Cinemar Solutions, Inc.
Cinemar Solutions, Inc. offers home automation and media management solutions to the budget concious. Cinemar's affordable and easy -to -use Windows based products control multiple systems from a single customizable interface. Visit www.cinemarsolutions.com for more information.

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