Home Automation, Inc. (HAI) is bringing ZigBee wireless technology to its line of control modules. ZigBee is a low-cost, low-power solution that can be used almost anywhere and makes retrofitting and integration easy. HAI’s Omnistat2 Wireless Multistage & Heat Pump w/ Humidity Control, Omnistat2 Wireless Single-Stage Conventional & Heat Pump, ZigBee Interface Module for HAI Omni & Lumina Controllers, 30A Wireless Load Control Module, 5A Wireless Load Control Module, and the 15A Plug-in Load Control Module will all gain ZigBee technology.
HAI is also introducing the Snap-Link Mobile application for Android that is similar to the company’s PC and iPhone-based Snap-Link applications. Android users will be able to control their entire home- or business-based system with the Snap-Link application. The Android application also allows users to view event logs and video surveillance, and will give users to power to adjust an HAI system such as lighting and access control, appliances, temperature, audio, and window coverings. The system is secured with HAI’s AES encryption.
The Android application is in final testing and will be available in April 2011 from the Android Marketplace (for a one-time charge of $49.00).
Home Automation, Inc.