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RTI T2-Cs+ handheld remote control

As part of the redesign of its popular T2-C handheld remote control, RTI has made it easier for electronics professionals to program its newly released T2-Cs+ by allowing for customizable button sizes.



By Robert Archer, October 20, 2011



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For many years the T-2C remote has been a staple of the RTI product line and recently to ensure its compatibility with the latest generation of home electronics the company updated the unit to reflect the market’s latest technologies.

The newly introduced T2-Cs+ from RTI is the latest generation T2-C handheld remote from the popular custom electronics manufacturer and it says some of the freshly added revisions to the remote include a 2.4-inch LCD touchscreen that offers users better image quality and an increased viewing angle, and 128MBs of flash memory along with a 532MHz CPU to bolster the unit’s speed and performance.

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Posted by chantal Tue, 08 Nov 2011 17:15:00 GMT

Featured Product: Remote Technologies Inc. (RTI) AD-4 Distributed Audio System

Remote Technologies Inc. (RTI) AD-4 Distributed Audio System



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RTI’s AD-4 Distributed Audio System offers a cost-effective, highly adaptable solution for distributing music throughout any residential or commercial installation. A matrix switching pre-amp allows four audio sources to be delivered to four zones, while the 8-channel Cool Power® class D amplifier provides 25 watts per channel of amazing sound. Added flexibility for the installer comes from both local and remote audio source inputs. Now the iPod® dock in the kitchen or the PC in the office can be tapped for their entertainment treasures, using a simple accessory wall plate and a single Cat-5 cable. This cable carries both the remote source audio and IR for control. Featuring a compact, low-profile design for rack mounting or free-standing installations, the AD-4 is really designed to be a seamless extension of an RTI control system. The unit provides the audio switching, amplification, and distribution functions, while RTI central processors and user interfaces manage the audio source control, user input, and status feedback…

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Posted by chantal Tue, 22 Mar 2011 16:14:00 GMT

RTI's New IR Emitter is Now Available

Remote Technologies Inc. (RTI) is now shipping its vIRsa Mouse IR emitter. Built with the professional integrator in mind, the device features a symmetrical design offers a flexible film adhesive that conforms to curved surfaces.

For fast troubleshooting, a separate holder remains attached, allowing easy removal and replacement of the emitter. A blue LED flasher offers increased visibility but may be hidden during normal operation.

For high reliability, a translucent PCB improves the integrity of electrical connections while a built-in resistor protects against voltage overdrive and precision molding ensures consistent quality. The device’s 15-foot cable reaches the entire equipment rack, and an integrated cable-management strap reduces clutter.

“Our vIRsa Mouse is the ultimate IR emitter. Engineered like no other, it combines flexibility, convenience, efficiency, and unmatched reliability for integrators, all in one device,” said Pete Baker, vice president of sales and marketing for RTI. “From its flexible film adhesive to its built-in resistor, every aspect of the vIRsa is designed to simplify installations in the field.”

By RS Staff, July 20, 2010

Posted by chantal Tue, 20 Jul 2010 23:51:00 GMT