RTI's T1 -B Handheld Universal Controller Wins Rental & Staging Systems/InfoComm 2010 Product Award in 'Best Show Control' Category

Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that its T1-B handheld universal controller was honored with an InfoComm 2010 Product Award by Rental & Staging Systems magazine.

Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that its T1 -B handheld universal controller was honored with an InfoComm 2010 Product Award by Rental & Staging Systems magazine. Presented at InfoComm's annual A/V Awards Ceremony held on Tuesday, June 8, the T1 -B was chosen as the winner in the "Best Show Control" category.

This year's Rental & Staging Systems/InfoComm 2010 Product Awards showcased the most innovative products introduced in 2009. Rental & Staging Systems' readers ultimately selected the winners in each category after a month of voting.

"We designed the T1 -B around the principle that users should not have to sacrifice great looks and powerful control capabilities when choosing a more cost -effective controller. The result is a truly stunning device offering an exceptional value," said Pete Baker, vice president of sales and marketing for RTI. "We are proud of this unit, and it is an honor to have our efforts recognized with the Rental & Staging Systems/InfoComm 2010 Product Award."

Designed to be an alternative to more expensive touch -screen devices, the T1 -B is unique in that it packs amazingly powerful and intuitive control capabilities into a sophisticated design. With 40 assignable keypad buttons that can be individually programmed to control devices or execute multistep macros for more complex installations involving several components, the T1 -B is completely customizable for total control of a user's particular system. In addition, the T1 -B provides eight source and four general -purpose keypad buttons with interchangeable key cap labels.

For even more powerful control, the T1 -B's capabilities can be expanded using available RTI automation devices. These additional capabilities include RF transmission through walls and cabinets, power sensing for reliable operation, and RS -232 communication for advanced control. For technicians, programming the units is simple with RTI's Windows(R) -based Integration Designer(R) software.

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About Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI)
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), headquartered in Shakopee, Minn., is a leading manufacturer of innovative, sophisticated, and user -friendly control devices for professionally installed electronic systems. RTI's wide array of award -winning control solutions - - including handheld and in -wall universal system controllers, central processors, and accessories, programmed via RTI's Integration Designer(R) software - - are marketed exclusively through a worldwide network of professional integrators.

RTI was founded in 1992 with a committed focus on the custom installation market. This unwavering commitment was expanded and formalized in March 2007 with RTI's Committed to Custom (C2C(TM)) initiative. C2C highlights RTI's dedication to the custom installation market, making it the leader in creating professional -grade and integrator -friendly control solutions that effectively address the challenges facing electronic systems integrators. C2C is further enhanced by RTI's dedication to customer service and with a wide variety of educational opportunities available to dealers through RTI's Advanced Control University (ACU). In addition, through RTI's Integration Partner Program, the company has reached out to many industry manufacturers (partners) to ensure that the RTI products integrate well with others.

Additional information on RTI and its innovative control solutions can be found at www.rticorp.com.

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