Legrand intends to turn on the crowds to its wiring device, door entry and home automation solutions at this month’s CEDIA Home Technology Event (June 28th – 30th at Excel London).
The company will be showcasing its groundbreaking Arteor wiring device and home automation range; introducing the latest solutions from its market leading door entry systems brand, Bticino; and unveiling its latest iPod, iPad and iPhone apps, which give the home owner complete control of their home wherever they are in the world.
Arteor was launched at last year’s show and was the first ever range to offer complete co-ordination across wiring devices and home automation products. Covering everything from basic switches through to the most advanced automation systems, it delivers an incredible array of stand alone and system functions, which make it the ideal choice for virtually any project – whether it be residential or commercial.
In the year since its launch Arteor has proved extremely popular with system integrators, interior designers, and specifiers, and has been used in a large number of installations – including the Prince of Wales’s Natural House, which was the focal point of this year’s Ideal Homes Show.
Key to the Arteor showcase will be its new energy management system, which monitors the use of gas, and the use and production of electricity in order to deliver significant energy saving benefits.
Bticino is a global leader in door entry solutions and is a key element of Legrand’s wiring device division. It presents developers with a wide array of innovative and, if required, bespoke door entry solutions, including the very latest in IP-based technology. Its new open protocol technology, which allows different technologies to talk to different systems, will be introduced at the show.
With a 19 per cent share of the global market, Legrand is the world leader in wiring devices. For additional information call 0845 605 4333 or visit www.legrand.co.uk