Vitrea Introduces VTouch Pro Wireless Smart-Home System to the Americas
Smart-home solutions company Vitrea will now offer its top selling product to North and South America. See the VTouch Pro at CEDIA 2017.
Smart-home system manufacturer Vitrea is expanding into North and South America, offering its most flexible wireless system, VTouch Pro, to builders, contractors, installers and individual customers in the region.
“We are excited to enter into this new market and showcase our products to an audience that we know is after high-end, luxury solutions at an affordable price,” says VP of Sales and Marketing, Amir Seluk. “Our VTouch Pro solution is flexible enough to control an entire home or just one room, and is the perfect combination of technology and design.”
Vitrea has been designing and producing smart home systems for Europe and EMEA for over seven years. The system features Vitrea’s proprietary wireless MESH protocol, ARANET, making it among the most stable and safest smart home solutions on the market. The system is developed to be easy to install and easy for home and business owners to control through an iPhone or Android app. The product line includes glass touch switches, dimmers, thermostats, sockets and more.
Seluk explains, “Our technology is paramount to our product, but we also know that customers want something that is beautiful, something that adds to their interior design choices. We offer products in a variety of stylish colors but can customize the system to match any interior space.”
The VTouch Pro system that will be released in the Americas has been specifically modified to meet all UL and FCC standards. It includes single and double gang sockets and works on 110 and 240 voltages.
It integrates with many leading third-party products including Control4, Savant, RTI, Crestron and others via its IP/RS-232/RS-485 connections to control every element of a home or office. VTouch Pro can connect and control various types of LEDs, HVAC systems, blinds and shades, security systems and more.
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