LiteTouch CEDIA EXPO 2011 Preview

CEDIA EXPO 2011
LiteTouch
Booth 3337

Show Quote:
“CEDIA EXPO 2011 is going to be a very exciting show for us, with a number of new and innovative solutions lined up for visitors to our booth,” said Angie Larson, vice president of sales and marketing. “On display will be the most feature-rich version of our LiteWare programming software to date, our robust wireless system, and new solutions to bring the power and convenience of our lighting systems to Apple(R) devices — including the highly anticipated Keypad Studio app and Remote Access app with energy-saving features.”

New Products and Technologies on Display at CEDIA EXPO 2011:

LiteWare Version 4.1
At CEDIA, LiteTouch will provide demos of LiteWare 4.1, the latest version of the company’s proprietary Windows(R)-based design and programming software. The new LiteWare offers enhanced diagnostic features with the ability to track and log system activity over time; improves overall programming speed; and helps programmers keep track of and quickly adjust programming, which is duplicated on multiple buttons throughout the project. LiteWare 4.1 also includes a set-up tab for remote system access via iPhone(R)/iPad(R)/iPod touch(R), or via any smartphone with a Web browser. Demonstrations of LiteWare 4.1 will be hosted at the LiteTouch booth and manufacturer product training sessions.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/LiteWare4.1.zip

Keypad Studio App
The LiteTouch Keypad Studio app — for iPhone(R), iPod touch(R), and iPad(R) — is a new tool that allows designers, dealers, and homeowners to create virtual representations of the countless keypad combinations available with a LiteTouch lighting control system. LiteTouch keypads are available in 32 finishes, ranging from rich oil-rubbed bronze and satin nickel to bold ocean and simple white. Using the Keypad Studio app, users can pair the faceplate finish with button, engraving, and LED color selections and see their design come to life. The Keypad Studio app is available now as a free download at the iTunes(R) App StoreSM.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/KeypadStudioApp.zip

Remote Access App for Apple(R) Devices, and Now All Smartphones
The LiteTouch Remote Access app provides total control of LiteTouch 5000LC and FIVEk lighting control systems — and all other integrated home systems — using an iPhone(R), iPad(R), or iPod touch(R). Support for connection via Wi-Fi, EDGE, or 3G networks enables control from in the home or anywhere in the world. The app’s “Save Energy” feature allows users to monitor their system’s energy use in real time, and turn off or dim lights instantly to lower consumption. An innovative “Keypad View” provides ease of use by displaying keypad layouts exactly as they appear on the wall of the home. The Remote Access app is available now as a free download at the iTunes(R) App StoreSM. In addition, LiteTouch will launch a mobile site in time for CEDIA to enable control over its lighting systems from all mobile devices.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/RemoteAccess.zip

Other Products on Display at CEDIA EXPO 2011:

Metropolitan Keypads
Offering high-style aesthetics, LiteTouch’s Metropolitan single-gang keypads feature one- to nine-button configurations in column and wide designs, and two-, four-, and six-button configurations in square designs. Completely customizable, the keypads are available in 13 faceplate finishes — from canvas to satin nickel — and offer 13 field-changeable LED colors and custom engraving options. Available as backlit or non-backlit keypads, the units offer IR, data input, and low-voltage relay integration options, and feature LiteTouch’s DayLight Harvesting capabilities to conserve energy.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/Metropolitan.zip

Circa Keypads
Offering an iconic design, LiteTouch’s Circa single-gang keypads feature one-, three-, and six-button configurations in column and wide designs, and two- and four-button configurations in square designs. Completely customizable, the keypads are available in 11 faceplate finishes — from pearl white to oil-bronze — and offer 13 field-changeable LED colors and custom engraving options. Available as backlit or non-backlit keypads, the units offer IR, data input, and low-voltage relay integration options, and feature LiteTouch’s DayLight Harvesting capabilities to conserve energy.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/Circa.zip
Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/LTCircaGroup.zip

Echo Keypads
The flexible Echo single-gang keypads are offered in column or square designs, and feature single- and dual-button configurations with one to 10 buttons per keypad. For complete customization, six faceplate finishes are available — white, black, almond, stone, autumn, and clay — in addition to 13 field-changeable LED colors and custom engraving options. Available as backlit or non-backlit keypads, the units offer IR, data input, and low-voltage relay integration options, and feature LiteTouch’s DayLight Harvesting capabilities to conserve energy.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/LiteTouch/EchoKeypad.zip

CEDIA Events:
LiteTouch Manufacturer Product Training Sessions:
At CEDIA EXPO 2011, LiteTouch will be offering two manufacturer product training sessions, where attendees will learn about LiteTouch’s complete line of lighting control solutions, with a focus on LiteWare 4.1, new keypad styles, and the company’s latest wireless solutions. The sessions (Catalog # MPT 1016-1 and MPT 1016-2) will take place on Friday, Sept. 9, and Saturday, Sept. 10, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Each course has a CEU value of 0.75.

Company Overview:
LiteTouch(R), a leading lighting control system manufacturer for more than three decades, is headquartered in Salt Lake City. LiteTouch’s products are recommended by architects, lighting designers, custom installers, builders, and electricians worldwide and are available through an extensive network of representatives, authorized dealers, and distributors.

In addition to being an essential element of any green building or remodeling project, LiteTouch lighting control systems offer numerous real-world benefits, including convenience, security, time savings, safety, energy conservation, and design aesthetics. “Experience Lighting Control,” an online tour detailing many of these benefits, is available at LiteTouch.com.

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