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HAI Announces New Lighting Control Product Line

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Contact:
Allison Read
HAI Director of Marketing
Phone: (800) 229-7256, x 229
Fax: (504) 736-9890
Email: allison.read@homeauto.com

New Orleans, LA — November 16, 2004

HAI Announces New Lighting Control Product Line

HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated security and home automation systems since 1985, announced today at the Electronic House Expo being held in Long Beach, CA that it will begin shipping a new line of Lighting Control products in the first quarter of 2005.

The HAI Lighting Control (HLC) line will be a family of products including 600 and 1000 watt switches and dimmers, an auxiliary switch, a PIM, and room and house controllers. All of the HLC products will utilize UPB, a digital communications standard for lighting and home control that ensures superior reliability. HLC products can be used as stand alone, with HAI controllers, or with other UPB compatible controllers. Standard wiring techniques are used so HLC is easily retrofitted.

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“This is an exciting addition to the HAI product line,” explains HAI President, Jay McLellan. “With HLC, installers can offer their clients elegant and sophisticated lighting control at a fraction of what it previously cost.”

HLC makes lighting control more affordable by offering a modular system that is cost effective in any size application and by using standard electrical wiring.

All HAI products are sold through its worldwide network of Distribution Partners and installed by over 1000 trained dealers. For more information on HAI’s award-winning product line, please call (800) 229-7256 or visit www.homeauto.com.

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