PRO24.r and PRO24.z Remote Controls
Sporting sleek, sophisticated designs, the PRO24.r and PRO24.z feature stunning high-resolution 2.4-inch LCD touch screens and programmable backlit hard buttons for intuitive operation even in a darkened room. Pro Control’s easy-to-use, wizard-based software allows for extremely efficient programming for integrators while offering advanced control and unmatched customization. When paired with Pro Control’s ProLink.r control processor, the PRO24.r displays powerful capabilities including macro storage and 433-MHz one-way RF communication for advanced control. Additional features include an Ethernet port and four adjustable IR routing ports. When paired with Pro Control’s ProLink.z processor, the PRO24.z offers 2.4-GHz two-way Zigbee® communication, Ethernet control, and six IR routing ports. Both paired solutions feature two voltage-sensing inputs and support for Apple® iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® applications. The PRO24.r (MSRP $249) and PRO24.z (MSRP $449) are targeted for release in September 2011.
ProLink.r and ProLink.z Central Control Processors
The powerful ProLink.r and ProLink.z processors are capable of taking full command of even the most complex electronic systems. They feature an abundance of control options, including routable IR ports with adjustable output strength, as well as two voltage-sensing inputs for improved management of connected devices. The ProLink.z processor with integrated 2.4-GHz Zigbee® antenna provides advanced control via six IR output ports, an Ethernet port for network control of a virtually unlimited number of devices, and two two-way RS-232 ports for bidirectional communication. The ProLink.r features an integrated 433-MHz RF antenna for one-way communication via the PRO24.r touch-screen controller.
For the ultimate control experience, both processors integrate with iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad®, or PC and are customizable via the wizard-based Pro Control software. The ProLink.r (MSRP $249) and ProLink.z (MSRP $449) are targeted for release in September 2011.