RTI Releases New T2-Cs+ Remote, XP-3 Control Processor

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RTI T2-Cs+ remote and XP-3 control processor

In advance of CEDIA Expo 2011, Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) is making its T2-Cs+ handheld controller and XP-3 control processor available to customers. The company promises more announcements and new products at CEDIA, which runs September 7-10 in Indianapolis, IN.

“The T2-Cs+ and XP-3 represent a small preview of some of the great highlights in store at our CEDIA booth this year, and we are very excited to have them shipping in time for the show,” said Pete Baker, vice president of sales and marketing for RTI. “Packed full of innovative technologies and advanced features, the T2-Cs+ and XP-3 deliver complete control and powerful capabilities. There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding these products since we announced their release, so we encourage CEDIA attendees to stop by our booth and see what all the excitement is about.”

The T2-C+ delivers control and flexibility with a dual-RF platform. It’s the next generation of RTI’s T2-C handheld controllers, and adds a number of features for intuitive control over complex A/V systems. The new model includes a 2.4-inch LCD touchscreen with an increased viewing angle and 128 MB Flash memory, and a 532-MHz CPU to provide a boost in performance. The controller’s dual-RF platform supports both 433-MHz RF for one-way control and 2.4 GHz ZigBee for bidirectional communications with RTI processors. The remote also supports third-party electronics such as music servers and lighting.

The XP-3’s processor can also provide the user with real-tine feedback from supported third-party devices such as music servers, lighting, security, and RSS feeds to display weather forecasts and other updates. Users can import data from third-part devices with a simple touch.

The T2-Cs+ is currently shipping for a suggested retail of $699 and the XP-3 for $499. RTI will exhibit at CEDIA Expo 2011 booth 3024.

Find more information at RTI.

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