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Blogs Posted by: threes on 15/10/2019 17:27

ELAN Celebrates 30 Years of Innovation at CEDIA 2019

Intelligent home control and automation brand continues to propel the industry forward with innovative and personalized solutions. Continuing to transform the smart home experience decades after its inception, ELAN by Nortek Security & Control is celebrating its 30th Anniversary at CEDIA 2019 with a full portfolio of new connected solutions in Booth #2013 at the Colorado Convention Center. According to …

Blogs Posted by: threes on 18/12/2018 09:33

Lutron Palladiom Shading Systems Expands on Successful Introduction with New Finishes

Coopersburg, PA (September 6th, 2018) – Building on the successful introduction of its Palladiom Shading System, lighting and shade control leader Lutron Electronics is introducing two new lustrous bracket finishes. This addition rounds out the current Palladiom bracket offering of Satin Nickel, Black Anodized, Clear Anodized and Pure White finishes. The Palladiom Shading System – a finely crafted exposed bracket system designed for …

Blogs Posted by: threes on 28/11/2018 06:43

ELAN Introduces New Intelligent Video Doorbell at CEDIA 2018

The new ELAN Intelligent Video Doorbell provides homeowners with an added level of safety and security for the main access point of their home, “said ELAN product manager Jeff Shaw.” Allowing users to answer the door from anywhere either in the home or remotely is just the start. As a doorbell camera, it integrates advanced motion analytics to accurately identify …

Blogs Posted by: threes on 19/11/2018 09:07

History of ELAN

ELAN’s History Founded in 1989 by Square D Early Pioneer of Multi-Source / Multi-Zone Developed first residential structured wiring products Developed patented A/V and telephone integrated features Led development of whole-use systems Charter Member of CEDIA Purchased HomeLogic in 2007 Most Comprehensive good-better-best system offering on market

Blogs Posted by: threes on 18/10/2018 03:09

History of Lutron

The Lutron story began in the late 1950s in Joel Spora’s makeshift lab in New York City. A young physicist fascinated by aesthetic manipulation of light, Spira commandeered the spare bedroom in the apartment he shared with his wife, Ruth, and set out to invent a solid-state device that would enable people to vary the intensity of the lights in …