New remote from RTI hi-res screen, Wi-Fi, dual RF, security
SHAKOPEE, Minn. — RTI, a leading control and automation manufacturer, today announced that its flagship T4x handheld remote control is now shipping. Perfectly suited for any contemporary environment, the controller’s sleek, sophisticated design offers superb ergonomics, a high-resolution 4-inch capacitive touchscreen, and fully programmable soft-touch buttons. Setting the standard for wireless control, the device is packed with advanced features including grip sensors, Wi-Fi, dual RF, and more.
The second generation of RTI’s T4 remote control platform, the T4x features a smaller form factor than its predecessor. Completely customizable, the device’s vivid 4-inch touchscreen provides convenient swiping through pages and lists, while its 20 fully programmable soft-touch buttons deliver quick access to commonly used functions. The controller’s integrated grip sensors keep the device awake during use, while an accelerometer provides instant-on activation.
The T4x features integrated 802.11b/g/n wireless Ethernet to enable viewing of MJPEG video, wireless program updates, enhanced two-way control, and more. The device offers RTI’s dual RF platform to support both 433-MHz RF for one-way control and 2.4-GHz ZigBee® for bi-directional communication with RTI processors and supported third-party electronics like music servers, lighting, and HVAC systems.
“With its modern look and feel, the T4x is the perfect addition to today’s smart homes and offices,” said Ed McConaghay, CEO of RTI. “But the controller offers much more than an eye-catching design. Its advanced features and multiple wireless options allow integrators to provide the utmost control experience for their customers.”
More information about RTI is available at www.rticorp.com.
Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.