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ISC West 2019: Security Show Made Me Go Hmmm

By Julie Jacobson · April 16, 2019 • CE Pro's Julie Jacobson couldn't really put a finger on big residential security or home automation themes at ISC West 2019.

Elk Products 319 Series Wireless Sensors Work With Interlogix Protocol

By Robert Archer · April 10, 2019 • The latest Elk Products devices provide an economical way to employ the 319.5 MHz wireless band.

Top 2018 Home Tech Mergers & Acquisitions: IoT, Security, Smart Home, A/V, CE

By Julie Jacobson · December 31, 2018 • 2018 was big for mergers, acquisitions, IPOs, spinoffs, and other transactions in home electronics, including IoT, smart home, lighting, security, audio/video, wellness and the installer channel.

9 Universal Devices from the Alarm Industry to Enhance Home Automation Installs

By Bob Dolph · October 10, 2018 • Smart-home pros stymied by a home-automation challenge should check with the security industry for problem-solving adapters, sensors, communicators, and other useful thingamajigs.

Mountain Heritage Systems 40-Year Integration Strategy: Constant Change!

By Lisa Montgomery · October 3, 2018 • From installing industrial-strength controllers for ski resorts to tricking out an old-western saloon, Mountain Heritage Systems maintains a diverse log of projects and embraces change—a formula that's kept the company going from for four decades.

Cybersecurity for M1 Security System a Goal of Elk

By Advertorial · September 27, 2018 • Two-way wireless communication, corporate-level encryption, other features protect M1 system from cyberattacks.

Elk Provides Gold-Standard Home Security

By Advertorial · April 19, 2018 • 22,000-square-foot home and 10,000-square-foot garage protected from top to bottom with Elk M1 Gold security system; fuses seamlessly with Elan.

CE Pro Presents 2018 Quest for Quality Awards: Suppliers Earn 5-Star Reviews

By CE Pro Editors · March 30, 2018 • Exactly 7,500 votes from integrators identify the 2018 CE Pro Quest for Quality Award winners for outstanding customer service, tech support, deal programs and much more.

ISC West 2018 Preview: 10 Trends in Security, Home Automation, IoT

By Julie Jacobson · March 28, 2018 • Smarter video surveillance, neighborhood-oriented services, and machine learning are some of the alarm and home-automation trends to to expect at ISC West.

Why a Big Security Dealer and a One-Man Smart-Home Guy Both Use Elk M1

By Advertorial · November 6, 2017 • Keyth Technologies is a large security dealer that barely touches home automation. Delmore Security is a one-man shop that specializes in smart-home integration. Both use Elk Products' M1 system as their go-to controller.

This Enormous Calgary Smart Home Features Glowing Home Theater, Luxury Car Collection

By Lisa Montgomery · July 19, 2017 • We cover a lot of big, beautiful smart homes on CE Pro, but this 22,000-square-foot residence is a winner with Elan entertainment and control, home theater, Lutron lighting, Elk security and luxury car collection.

Home Technology Integrator: Elk Helped Us Get into Home Security Biz

By Advertorial · May 17, 2017 • When Digital Audio Video Environments (DAVE) looked into adding security to its audio, video and home-automation business, the company selected Elk Products because “they care about custom.”

IP/Cellular Dual Path Alarm Communicators Dominate ISC 2017

By Julie Jacobson · May 5, 2017 • As POTS lines disappear, security dealers are upgrading alarm panels with dual-path communicators that provide both IP (Wi-Fi or hardwired) and cellular connections to the central station.

12 Companies Earn Integrator ‘Kudos’ in CE Pro’s Quest for Quality

By CE Pro Editors · April 1, 2017 • While they didn't make our annual Quest for Quality Awards list, companies like AudioControl, Stewart Filmscreen, One Firefly, eero and others were passionately singled out by dealers in their Q4Q entries.

Why You Want Two-Way Technology in Security Sensors

By Advertorial · November 22, 2016 • Two-way communications is commonplace in custom-installed home systems, but less so in security devices. Here's why dealers should demand two-way feedback from inexpensive sensors and keyfobs.

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