CommandFusion Announces Price Drop On Key Hardware Products

CommandFusion have lowered the prices of key hardware products in its automation and control lineup.

Melbourne, Australia- 12th November 2012


CommandFusion have today announced that there will be a price decrease of up to 30% off RRP effective immediately on three of the key hardware items in their line up. The modular controller - DIN-MOD4, the ethernet and RS232 interface - LAN Bridge and the all in one controller - CF Mini have all been reduced in price. This comes from the commitment from the CommandFusion team to provide affordable automation and control products on the market with extreme reliability. Due to the significant price drop, anyone who has made recent purchases as well as affected dealers and distributors have been informed in advance and generously compensated.

"These pricing changes put our hardware in a unique position in the automation market. It offers integrators a highly scalable system at an affordable price point without compromising their margins." said Jarrod Bell, Co-Founder, CommandFusion.

Since the CommandFusion hardware release, it has been quickly adopted by many integrators in home automation, and commercial control industries. The products affected by the price change will only make it easier for new customers to learn about the hardware, and implement it their upcoming projects. Being "gateway" products, in almost every project, at least one of these devices would be required to implement the CommandFusion hardware range. The CommandFusion team felt it was important to keep the cost of these devices to a minimum, without compromising performance or reliability.

"All of our hardware is fitted with extensive protection circuitry and has gone through rigorous testing. As a result, we stand behind all of our products with a 5 year warranty." said Siong Low, Co-Founder, CommandFusion.

Since release, the CommandFusion hardware range has been steadily growing in popularity. It represents a culmination of over three years of hard work by the research and development team. The hardware utilises a modular design ensuring that all system sizes from a single room up to an entire campus are cost effective and suited to any unique requirements. The hardware range complements the already successful iViewer software, which is widely used throughout the world, notably in reference jobs and the luxury yacht market.

CommandFusion believes in openness: software and hardware protocols are fully published - allowing integrators to mix control systems within a job to suit their requirements and budgets.

About CommandFusion

Founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2005 as GuiLink then renamed CommandFusion in 2011, the company has been selling its flagship software product (CommandFusion iViewer) for iOS since 2008. Renowned for its flexibility and versatility, iViewer is now available for both iOS and Android platforms. The company has been working on the hardware product line since 2008. With a small, dynamic and driven international team made up of individuals from the automation, software and hardware fields, CommandFusion strives to offer the best support and fastest innovation turnaround in the industry.

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