RTI is now shipping new Z-Wave solutions

RTI is now shipping new Z-Wave solutions

RTI sends new Z-Wave control and lighting solutions

RTI is shipping its all-new Z-Wave solutions. The ZW-9 Z-Wave interface enables monitoring and control of Z-Wave-enabled systems and devices via an RTI control system. The new Z-Wave solutions allow users to manage lighting elements both locally and from the convenience of an RTI user interface.

 

“The arrival of our Z-Wave products has been highly anticipated”, has said Mike Everett, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Americas with RTI. “With these new devices, RTI provides users with a unified control and monitoring experience for a full range of Z-Wave-enabled products such as lights, door locks, shades, and thermostats from the convenience of an RTI device”.

 

The ZW-9 Z-Wave interface utilizes the Z-Wave wireless protocol to provide the communication link between RTI and Z-Wave-enabled devices. The interface eliminates the need for a different app for each device. RTI’s new Z-Wave lighting control solutions include light switches, dimmers, a lamp module and receptacles. It is suitable for new construction and retrofit installations, according to the company.


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