New Orleans, LA
HAI, the leading manufacturer of integrated
automation and security products since 1985, has introduced a new line of
communicating and programmable thermostats called OmnistatB as part of its
award-winning Omni Family product line. It is available for immediate shipment.
The OmnistatB is a communicating thermostat that
works with home automation systems to provide precise comfort while a customer
is home, and energy savings while the customer is away. It can be programmed
like a conventional programmable thermostat, but its communication capabilities
give it several benefits:
It can adjust based on actual activity (for
example; home, asleep, away) without needing any programming at the thermostat.
- It can be remotely controlled by a cell phone and/or, by the Internet.
- It gets the time and outdoor temperature
automatically, so it's always set correctly, even after a power failure.
The new OmnistatB line differs
from HAI's previous Omnistat line with a new display backlight that is blue,
thin and adjustable: a customer can have it always off, always on, or
automatically on for 30 seconds when a key is pressed. This allows a customer
to tailor the backlight for a bedroom, hallway or highly lighted area where it
is not needed.
Additionally, the new
OmnistatBs are Energy Star compliant, meeting the Environmental Protection
Agency's (EPA) guidelines for programmable thermostats. This ensures that the
comfort, energy savings and ease of operation standards suggested by the EPA
have been incorporated.
All HAI products are sold
through its worldwide network of distribution partners and installed by over
1000 trained dealers. For more information on HAI products, please call
800-229-7256 or visit www.homeauto.com.
HAI is a privately held
manufacturer of integrated automation and security products for residential and
commercial use. Incorporated in 1985, HAI has developed a full line of
award-winning automation products, including three different automation
controllers, communicating programmable thermostats, and software that allows
access and control of an automation system over the Internet.