Avation Put Home Auto In the Palm Of Your Hand

Written by Tony Ibrahim     30/01/2012 | 05:52 | Category: REMOTE CONTROLS

SpeakerCraft has appointed Avation as its exclusive distributor in Australia and is celebrating by launching a programmable remote that manages automated households.

Avation Put Home Auto In the Palm Of Your Hand

The full line of SpeakerCraft products will be ranged, which includes multi-room audio systems, control systems, infra-red and architectural speakers. Currently, SpeakerCraft lead the industry in architectural speakers.

"To be appointed to represent a prestigious brand like SpeakerCraft is an enormous privilege for us," said Mark Hamilton, the Managing Director of Avation.

"Mark and his team are exactly what we look for in a sales force. A passion for the industry and the energy to succeed are just the basics. SpeakerCraft is committed to providing our Australian partners with the best products, pricing and service that can be had. Avation is the right team to deliver this commitment."

Avation's most recent addition is a new remote control and processor range catering to the home automation market.


The Pro Control remote offers bi-directional control over audio/visual components, security, HVAC and other programmable modes.

It features a 2.4" colour touchscreen that clearly articulates input and is available in either zigbee or 433Mhz RF configurations.

It also offers a variety of control options, including routable Infrared ports, voltage sensing inputs, RS232 and Ethernet control capabilities.

An on board wizard takes the fuss out of programming, while its entry point pricing makes it an attractive option to manage automated homes.

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