Leviton Launches Omni Notifier

Leviton announced the release of the 20A30-1 Omni Notifier, adding immediate e-mail notification to your smartphone or tablet. 

 
This board is an attachment to the Omni and Lumina automation systems including OmniPro II, Omni IIe, Omni LTe, Lumina Pro, and Lumina. For zero fees, homeowners, business owners, facility managers and more can be notified immediately based on security or energy occurrences such as intrusion, temperature change, arming/disarming of security system, etc. 

As an added benefit, the Omni Notifier board connects to internet time synching. Now your Leviton keypads, Touchscreens, and thermostats can be the most accurate clocks in the home or business. 

"The Omni Notifier provides a new way for you to stay in touch with your home or business 24/7," said Jay McLellan, President of Leviton Security & Automation. "Our powerful automation systems have long been controlled via mobile apps and even telephoned homeowners and business owners, but now without any monthly fees, they can receive e-mails and text messages as well."

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