CEDIA - Vantage® to Showcase New Wireless Lighting Control Solutions During CEDIA 2016

Vantage’s portfolio of industry-leading products will showcase the latest wireless solutions for managing natural and artificial light. CEDIA attendees who visit Legrand booth #5132 will learn about and interact with the brand’s complete range of wireless lighting control options for the home, which are designed to be easy to install, program and update.

PLEASANT GROVE, Utah, September 12, 2016 - Vantage, a brand of Legrand, will be exhibiting at CEDIA Expo 2016. Vantage's portfolio of industry-leading products will showcase the latest wireless solutions for managing natural and artificial light. CEDIA attendees who visit Legrand booth #5132 will learn about and interact with the brand's complete range of wireless lighting control options for the home, which are designed to be easy to install, program and update.

"Vantage is known for its innovation in residential lighting controls," said Danielle Jackson, Director of Marketing Communications for Legrand's Building Control Systems division. "We continue to listen to the market, and we have delivered on the demand for convenient and customizable wireless solutions."
The Vantage booth will feature the new Universal Dimmer Station (UDS), this easy to install wall box dimmer simplifies the specification and control of forward phase or reverse phase load types including LED fixtures. The UDS is aesthetically consistent with Vantage's wide range of keypads and faceplates, including the programmable RadioLink EasyTouch II low voltage programmable keypad. Other product displays include Equinox touchscreen controls and a new adorne® programmable keypad. A personalized InFusion® system by Vantage is the most scalable system available today, which can be expanded with wireless communications, local control, and mobile control.
Vantage's Design Center software will include new integration features with QMotion smart shading solutions. Attendees can experience this exciting integration first-hand in the Vantage booth and also in QMotion's dedicated booth #5154.
Furthermore, several training sessions for Vantage and QMotion are available on Friday, September 16. Among them will be a dedicated session on Vantage's wireless lighting solutions:
11:00am - 12:30pm Wireless Lighting Solution (Vantage)
Description: Come learn about the Vantage solution for remodel and retrofit projects. We will discuss new and upcoming products, as well as review how this solution can easily come together with Design Center software.
All training sessions will be held in the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, Room C154. Applicable participants can earn 0.75 CEU credits. All class times are Central Daylight Time (UTC -5:00). For more information or to register, attendees can visit the CEDIA Online Portal.
Other brands exhibiting during CEDIA 2016 in the Legrand booth #5132 include Middle Atlantic Products, Nuvo and OnQ. Visitors can also visit Luxul in booth #4728 and QMotion in booth #5154.

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About Vantage
Vantage, a brand of Legrand, is a leading manufacturer of intelligent, energy efficient lighting control systems for luxury residential and commercial applications. For more than 30 years, Vantage has employed the latest technologies in its products to create fully integrated, easy-to-use lighting automation solutions that save energy, comply with energy codes, and meet green initiatives. Vantage has been part of the Legrand group since its acquisition in 2006. For more information, visit www.vantagecontrols.com.

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