New Video Shows VarTech's NEMA 4X Industrial Touch Screen Computer Unaffected By A 2400 psi Wash Down
Smart TVs, DVRs, smart thermostats, and other new connected devices are an emerging market for tech support services, according to Parks Associates' consumer research.
Linear LLC has added Z-Wave lighting products to its line of wireless residential and commercial offerings. The new products represent a benchmark for Linear as the company seeks to unify wireless lighting control products with existing security and access control systems, and other Z-Wave products. This powerful smart chip and compact protocol enable two-way RF communications among Z-Wave enabled devices. Linear is now manufacturing, selling and distributing Z-Wave lighting control products that include: wall dimmers, wall switches, wall outlets, lamp modules, appliance modules, 3-way switches/dimmers, fixture modules, as well as international versions of the same products. Linear will also utilize its extensive OEM resources to manufacture Z-Wave products for partner companies seeking their own intelligent lighting solutions. The products also fit in nicely with Linear's recent acquisition of 2GIG Technologies since 2GIG's GO! Control platform is Z-Wave certified and provides an elegant and user-friendly control panel for the management of lighting, security, access control and more. Z-Wave enabled products represent the world's largest ecosystem of interoperable smart products giving Linear dealers more options and opportunities in a variety of segments. "The addition of Z-Wave lighting products gives Linear customers access to a widely adopted wireless control protocol that is easy-to-install, modular, affordable and intelligent," said Duane Paulson, senior vice president of product and market development. "The extensive product offerings and adoption of the Z-Wave protocol across many industries will create opportunities for Linear dealers in new and existing markets."
Chipkin Automation Systems and Feedback Solutions have entered into a joint-venture agreement to integrate a People Counting Solution with a Building Automation and Control Systems.
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Addonics Technologies has announced a family of high speed duplicators that make multiple copies of mSATA SSDs, 2.5-inch SATA HDD/SSDs or micro SATA drives from a single master drive. MSRP starts at $849 for the 1:5 model to $1499 for the 1:11 mSATA / micro SATA SSD duplicator.
The availability of Z-Wave wireless lighting control solutions provides Linear dealers, OEM partners and residential and commercial end users with smarter management and integration options.
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iLounge NYC Launches as Destination for Apple® Accessories, Engadget Joins gdgt With New Expanded Live and CE Week Adds Major Events for Women in Tech
Dolby and Philips Announce Dolby 3D Format Specification for Delivering High-Quality, Glasses-Free 3D Video Content to Broad Range of Devices
Dolby demonstrates how creative professionals can use industry-leading tools like The Foundry's NUKE and OCULA to create Dolby 3D content
B&B Electronics Adds Wi-Fi Access Point Capability to Rugged, Plug-and-Play SPECTRE 3G Cellular Router for M2M Equipment
First B&B product to leverage technology from two acquisitions: Wi-Fi from Quatech, cellular networking routers from Conel
SunBriteTV Signature Series outdoor TVs are the perfect upgrade to any outdoor entertainment space
CHRISTIE ACHIEVES MILESTONE WITH INDUSTRY'S FIRST 4K RESOLUTION 3-CHIP DLP PROJECTOR RUNNING AT 60 Hz
New Projector Solutions Feature Christie Trulife Electronics for Hyper-Realistic Images
New offers integrate two-way ZigBee and Z-Wave wireless door locks
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INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.