RTI Sets Industry Standard in System Controllers at CEDIA EXPO 2006

Remote Technologies, Inc. (RTI), pioneers in home convenience system control devices

When: CEDIA EXPO 2006

14 -17 September 2006

Where: Colorado Convention Center
Denver, Colorado
CEDIA Booth #314

What: RTI introduces new line of state -of -the -art home electronic systems control devices

Product Highlights:

• The new T2C Universal Systems Controller, designed to be the ultimate in hand -held control devices, allows users total control over all home electronics, from home theaters to distributed audio to drapes - all from one lightweight, easy -to -use remote control.

• The RK3 In -Wall Universal Controller, with a 3.5 inch LCD display, is fully programmable, and supports custom graphics, buttons, and animations. Equipped with a 10/100Mb Ethernet port for IP -based applications, the RK3 In -Wall Universal Controller can control any in -home convenience system from up to 1000 feet away.

• The new T4 Universal Systems Controller represents the next generation in hand -held home convenience controllers. Using a touch -tap full -VGA, active color LCD, the T4 provides full control over any size system with a graphics -based interface that is intuitive enough for anyone to use.

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Media Contact:

Elise Lipoff
Marketing Matters
954 -925 -1511

Company Contact:

Pete Baker
Director of Sales
952 -253 -3100

Featured Product

GreenPeak’s GP565 – ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

GreenPeak's GP565 - ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

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