The company says that they are now shipping the Omni-Bus Lighting Control Network product suite for international customers. A total of 27 new products are available, designed to work with the company’s Omni-Bus lighting system. Omni-Bus also integrates with all of HAI’s automation controllers, which means that any HAI interface or software application can control the Omni-Bus setup as well.
With both hardwired and wireless solutions, HAI has divided Omni-Bus Lighting Control Network products into four segments: Core Products (Required), Load Control Modules, Switch Interfaces, and Accessories. Products are available for control of lighting loads, fans, motors, pumps, and more.
The new products include Switch Interfaces (white and brushed stainless), with both wired and wireless options available. HAI says that these Switch Interfaces can be used for shades, audio and much more. Using HAI’s 6-Channel Universal Switch Interface Module, third-party switches can be used to control the Omni-Bus network.
Boasting an easy install, other products include power modules, switches, load control, and other DIN rail modules. Each hardwired switch connects via Cat5. An installer can program any of the new components using the a simple software tool with the USB Programming Interface Unit.
“We are excited to offer these affordable and reliable lighting products to our International customers”, says Allison Read, HAI’s director of international sales and marketing. “With a dedicated HAI lighting line, and interfaces available in several languages, the end-user will be completely comfortable in a home 100 percent controlled and monitored by HAI solutions.”
All of the new HAI Omni-Bus are now shipping. Check out the Omni-Bus demo below or go to HAI’s website for part numbers, spec sheets, manuals, a demonstration video, and other information.
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