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HAI OmniPro II and LuminaPro Controllers With Lutron HomeWorks

HAI Announces Support of Lutron HomeWorks Whole Home Lighting Control System

HAI, leading manufacturer of integrated automation and security products since 1985, will be demonstrating its new OmniPro II and LuminaPro controller support of the Lutron HomeWorks whole home lighting control system in booth 1312 at the Electronic House Expo (EHX) in Orlando, FL, March 12 – 14, 2009.

The award-winning OmniPro II controller is a home control system that features built-in UL Listed security and fire systems, lighting control, temperature control and audio control with telephone and Internet connectivity options. The LuminaPro control system provides comprehensive energy management and sophisticated lighting control to both homes and small commercial buildings.

HAI has expanded its Lutron RadioRA partnership with the HomeWorks integration. Integrating the HomeWorks lighting control system gives installers and homeowners another choice in sophisticated lighting and window shade control with seamless integration. The HomeWorks integration can be easily added to either the OmniPro II or LuminaPro controller with a firmware update.

“We are excited to add the Lutron HomeWorks system as a Connectivity Partner,” explains HAI President Jay McLellan. “The elegance of HomeWorks combined with the practicality of an HAI OmniPro or LuminaPro controller makes a great combination for our dealers and customers. This is the seamless integration that our dealers have requested.”

HAI OmniPro II and LuminaPro controllers with Lutron HomeWorks support will ship in the 2nd Quarter of 2009. To download a high resolution photo of HAI’s OmniPro II, please click here.

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