|Application||HOME THEATER AUTOMATION|
|Connectivity||Wi-fi / Wired|
UNRIVALLED HT CONTROL PACKAGE
Complete Home Cinema programming in few hours from the time all AV equipment's and control cabling is in place. Even a normal engineer can install, program & maintain the ELAN automation system.
You should write more orders and not more code and for this we have already done more than 50000 hours of programming for you. Just select the model no. of Denon \ Marantz \ Onkyo \ Pioneer \ Yamaha AV receiver from the drop down menu of ELAN software and your entire code linking with graphics for that AV receiver is all done. NO need to spend hours in learning/writing codes and creating graphics for your AV receiver.
Two way integration of lighting & AV equipment’s and thereby ensuring perfect & seamless control. On press of “Movie mode” on smart interface or remote, your lights starts dimming down to zero level, HVAC gets ON and all your required AV equipment's gets ON and your room is now ready to watch your favorite movie. Most of the other control systems can do just IR control and there’s where the service call lies.
The entire HT will be controllable through very simple to use hand held IR remote as well as customers smart phone (Android or iOS platform). Rack can be hidden inside or outside the room and customer can still control all the AV devices.
With Digilux touch switch board that fits in standard INDIAN back boxes, clients existing cinema room lighting can be automated without any wiring change.
With Wireless ELAN processor, Wireless Digilux lighting controls & Wireless IR blaster customers existing Home cinema can be fully automated without even pulling an additional wire. Gives you an opportunity to go back to your old customers to get new business.
The entire solution is easily scalable to add more room’s lighting, drapes, TV, SAT TV box, Bluray player, HVAC and other such devices and more importantly even without pulling an additional wire.
Motion sensor (OPTIONAL) can be installed at Home cinema vestibule to switch ON any scene as soon as someone enters the room.