Retrofit

Alula BAT-Connect Adds Cellular, IP, Home Automation to Ordinary Security Panels

By Julie Jacobson · April 5, 2019 • Alula claims its new BAT-Connect is first 'triple-path' alarm communicator with Wi-Fi, Ethernet and 4G/LTE cellular (CAT M1 for 5G transition), plus unified dashboard for security, surveillance and Z-Wave home automation.

Global Caché Helps Dealer Prosper with Retrofit Projects

By Advertorial · June 5, 2017 • New construction is Todd Nelson’s core business, but he’s tackling retrofit with gusto thanks to Global Caché.

Remodeling Is Hot: Global Caché Products Can Help You Break Into Retrofit Market

By Lisa Montgomery · February 9, 2017 • Consumers are increasingly adopting and integrating IoT devices into their homes, with statistics from Cisco forecasting the number of IoT devices to reach 50 billion by 2020.

Why Central Vac Is Key Add-on Technology

By CE Pro Editors · August 1, 2016 • In this CE Pro Advantage Series White Paper, you will learn how to easily add CVAC to a security installation offering, and even how to earn recurring monthly revenue (RMR) from it.

Hands On: Lutron Caseta a Game Changing Lighting Control System

By Robert Archer · August 8, 2014 • Lutron's Caseta family of lighting and shade control products provides electronics professionals with a "Sonos-like" solution for the whole-house lighting control category.

Legrand Powerline Network Starter Kit Creates Turnkey Home Networks

By Robert Archer · January 24, 2014 • Legrand says its new Powerline Network Starter Kit offers installers an easy and affordable way to create a network in clients' homes without pulling any wires.

Legrand Designs In-Wall TV Power Kit for Retrofit Installs

By Rachel Cericola · September 26, 2013 • Legrand's new HT2202-WH-V1 In-Wall TV Power Kit can hide power and AV cables behind the wall without touching the electrical wiring.

Arlington introduces versatile 8x10 TV BOX™

By CE Pro Editors · August 12, 2013 • Arlington’s TVB810 TV Box™ is designed for installations of wall-mounted TVs in retrofit projects, like home theater systems where several connections are needed for sound systems, satellite TV, cable TV, DVRs, and more. There’s lots of room in. . .

Crestron Cameo infiNET EX 230V Wireless Dimmer Works in New Construction, Retrofits

By Robert Archer · July 18, 2013 • Crestron has engineered its infiNET EX 230V (CLW-DELVEX-230-P) wireless dimmer to work in new construction and existing homes. It uses Crestron's 2.4GHz transmission technologies to ensure reliability in the harshest of broadcast environments.

Speco NSP NVR Facilitates Analog to IP Security Migration

By Robert Archer · June 4, 2013 • Speco Technologies has launched its NSP NVR with built-in PoE and Digital Deterrent, which will enable CE pros to transition an analog security system into digital IP technologies.

8 Reasons Motorized Shades Are Hot

By Robert Archer · May 30, 2013 • We examine why the motorized window treatments category is growing, as well as the key criteria for integrators to be successful, including installation techniques and power solutions.

Integrator: It’s OK Builders Haven’t ‘Bought into’ Tech, I Want Retrofits

By Eli Citrom · March 13, 2013 • Veteran integrator Eli Citrom of Citrom Home Automation sees builders' continued lack of acceptance of home tech as an ongoing opportunity for his retrofit business.

Legrand MoCA and Powerline Devices Extend Network Connectivity

By Robert Archer · January 31, 2013 • Legrand has expanded its range of networking products to include a four-port coax adapter and a four-port powerline network adapter.

Wisdom Audio Offers More ‘Insight’ to Architectural Speakers

By Arlen Schweiger · November 15, 2012 • Known for its high-performance architectural loudspeakers, Wisdom Audio recently rolled out its Insight Series that brings greater affordability with little compromise on quality.

Study: Home Improvement Spending to Surge in Q4 2012 and Beyond

By Julie Jacobson · October 18, 2012 • Spending on home improvements should reach almost $121 billion in Q4 of this year and surge to $134 billion by Q2 2013, according to Harvard's Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity. That's up 21% from 2011 lows.

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