CEDIA - RTI WK2 In-Wall Keypad Combines Control Convenience With Stylish Water-Resistant Design

Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), a leading control and automation systems manufacturer for residential and light commercial settings, today announced that it is now shipping its water-resistant WK2 in-wall keypad. Designed with an all-glass exterior, the innovative keypad has a sleek, contemporary look, while giving integrators the ability to extend control systems to zones where moisture may be present.

MINNEAPOLIS -- Oct. 13, 2015 -- Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), a leading control and automation systems manufacturer for residential and light commercial settings, today announced that it is now shipping its water-resistant WK2 in-wall keypad. Designed with an all-glass exterior, the innovative keypad has a sleek, contemporary look, while giving integrators the ability to extend control systems to zones where moisture may be present.


"RTI's new WK2 in-wall keypad was specifically engineered to provide control in areas where accidental splashes or wet hands were once a problem," said Brett Stokke, director of communications, RTI. "The sleek glass exterior makes the unit perfect for residential installations in bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoor areas, or within commercial settings such as restaurants, fitness centers, and spas."

Combining modern styling and custom control, the WK2 features a capacitive-touch keypad and bright OLED display for intuitive control and two-way feedback. Compatible with RTI's full line of XP processors, the WK2 allows users to select and control audio, video, lighting, and more.

More information on the WK2 in-wall keypad and RTI's full line of products is available at www.rticorp.com.

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About Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI)
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) delivers the connected world to users' fingertips via advanced control and automation systems for residential and light commercial applications. Perfected over twenty years, the company's award-winning solutions let users take complete control over their home or business with ease, bringing together entertainment, distributed A/V, lighting, climate, and security into one simple user interface. For electronic system contractors, RTI's systems are backed by the company's world-renowned Integration Designer(R) programming software, which allows them to deliver a completely customized control experience and powerful third-party integration.

Guided by a passion for redefining the limits of engineering, the RTI portfolio of powerful, yet affordable, central processors, A/V distribution products, Apple(R) and Android(TM) apps, in-wall touch panels, and beautiful handheld remotes deliver smart and reliable control in elegant form factors. Headquartered in Minneapolis, the company's control solutions are sold across the globe via an authorized dealer network. More information is available at www.rticorp.com.

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