Smart home automation and control solutions provider URC is planning to highlight a trove of new products and features at CEDIA Expo 2023, including new interfaces, product upgrades, voice and IP integrations, a new Ring integration, and more.
The company’s booth, #2119, will highlight these new products and features:
- URC’s HDA (High-Definition Audio), which the company says delivers a high-fidelity audio solution with built-in DSP, ducking/paging features and studio sound for residential and commercial environments. The company recently launched an expansion, HAD Connect, which allows HAD to be added to other control systems.
- URC’s TDC-5100 User Interface, a combination touchscreen and handheld control device that features hard buttons with touch screen, and fast response processing.
- URC is also announcing an upgrade to the URC Lighting product line with the LT-3300, giving dealers the ability to program either a dimmer or switch at installation. The product features simple programming, auto load detection, built-in configuration button, customizable LED bar, and Z-Wave networking.
- URC is also teasing new Amazon Alexa Skills features, as well as a new certified Ring integration compatible with Ring video doorbells and security cameras.
- URC’s announcements also include new integrations: Unified Shades including Lutron, Somfy, KNX, and Legrand brands, Big Dog PDU, Sunbrite Veranda TVs, Automate Pulse 2, Sunsa Wand Blinds, DMX’s AiSPiRE ABiCUS, Kaleidescape Move Player, PoEWit Lighting, and more.
- URC is also announcing an addition to the Complete Control product line with the launch of the MX-4000, a new IR/RF handheld remote with touchscreen and buttons.
In a statement, CEO Chang K. Park says the company continues to focus on adiing dealers and distributors in evolving their businesses.
“Also, we have renewed our commitment to a premium end-user experience with intuitive control software and reliable, design-forward products,” Park says. “Finally, we are carefully considering how trends like artificial intelligence (AI) and computer learning can help URC deliver elevated, affordable, smart living experiences.”