HAI’s 4-Button Wireless Keypad can control lighting, security, HVAC, and much more.
May 30, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
HAI never stops churning out ways to make control happen. The latest in their line is the 4-Button Wireless Keypad, which is now shipping.
The keypad (also known as part number 69A00-1) can send up to 10 different wireless signals to activate programs in your HAI controller. Use one button or any combination to turn on/off lighting, fire up the security system, open the garage door, change temperature, trigger macros, and more.
Measuring 4.5 x 2.75 x 0.3 inches, the unit can mount to any wall where you would normally put a light switch. However, it doesn’t need electrical wires. Instead, it mounts and sends signals via the HAI 45A00-1 Wireless Receiver. An LED on the front confirms when signals have been sent.
The 4-Button Wireless Keypad is available now through authorized HAI distributors and dealers.
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