Electrical and digital building infrastructure specialist Legrand has unveiled Intuity, its new home automation platform specifically developed for homebuilders.
Consumer Electronics Distributors (C.E.D.), a PowerHouse Alliance member, will host a grand opening event May 12 for its new facility in Bloomington, Minn. The facility actually opened already, but the event will take place next month with product specials, giveaways and food. Representatives are expected from LG, Polk, Jamo, Clare Controls, Vanco, Yamaha, Legrand and Luxul.
A consortium of industry groups, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association's (CEDIA) R10 Residential Systems committee and InfoComm International have published a new standard: ANSI Standard J-STD-710 Audio, Video and Control Architectural Drawing Symbols.
Aim High Marketing and AHA Distributing have announced the lineup for its upcoming 2015 Big Show, scheduled for March 24 and 25 at the Marriot Atlanta Northwest at Galleria.
Legrand announced this week that it has named Paul Harrington director of engineering. Harrington, the company said, will lead the company’s home systems product development for its On-Q and NuVo product lines.
Capitol announced Thursday that it will host eight free training courses at its Eagan, MN, headquarters on Oct. 15 and 16, as part of the Capitol Learning Institute.
Manufacturers are all a-buzz about Hot Products that are innovative, high-performing and solutions oriented for the custom electronics professional. The impact these products have on the industry is measured in the installer’s productivity, the dealer’s profitability, the client’s satisfaction and fuels the industry’s vitality.
Legrand this week announced the arrival of On-Q speakers, the Legrand
Contemporary 5.25” Stereo Bookshelf Speakers, specifically meant to complement the NuVo Player Portfolio’s P100 and P200 players
We asked Fritz Werder, vice president and general manager of the renowned OnQ and NuVo product lines at Legrand, to give us a primer on why wireless is not the be-all end-all in today’s home networks. Here’s what he had to say: