Key Digital partners with electronics company on smart device control
Key Digital, a provider of digital video and control systems, has added four Lutron systems to its list of integration products streamlined within the Compass Control Partner Alliance program. Lutron's Caséta, HomeWorks, HomeWorks QS and RadioRa2 are now available as bi-directional drivers and modules with the ease of plug-n-play, according to a press release.
Compass Control is based on iOS, which through Apple's guided access enables the Compass Control iPad to be locked into the Lutron lighting control app only. This creates a control interface for kiosk applications as the public users are not otherwise able to exit the app and load things such as Facebook, games, etc.
All four of the Lutron systems included with Key Digital's Compass Control bi-directional modules are suitable for any application where lighting, shade and thermostats need to be controlled from a smart device.
With Lutron's Caséta Wireless Dimmer, end users can control their lights, shades and temperature settings from anywhere. Lutron's HomeWorks system, on the market for over a decade, provides convenient, intelligent and sophisticated control of lighting and shades with integration of security and audiovisual systems.
The HomeWorks QS also integrates for audio-visual and HVAC control for broader control of the environment.
Lutron's RadioRA2 is an energy-saving system that gives the ability to adjust the amount of daylight and electric light (using light controls and automated shades) as well as temperature in a single room or throughout an entire home.
Companies: Key Digital