SMART™ Introduces New INSTEON®


SMART.™ Introduces New INSTEON®

Irvine, CA - October 12, 2010 - SmartLabs, Inc. has launched a new line of home control products under the brand name SMART. The products, which were introduced at the 2010 CEDIA Expo in Atlanta, GA, will be available to dealers and installers in November, and will feature SmartLabs' award-winning INSTEON technology.

"We're extremely excited to be offering a line of products available exclusively to dealers and installers," commented Steve Lee, Business Development Manager for SMART. "The line was really well received at CEDIA, so I expect our product offering and distribution network to expand rapidly." Lee added, "We have a full schedule of product trainings taking place across the country, and hope those trainings bring our first wave of dealers and installers."

The initial launch features 13 home control products to control and automate lighting, appliances and temperature. All of the SMART products are compatible with other INSTEON products including Smarthome's retail INSTEON line of products, ISY and other INSTEON-compatible products. The line is also compatible with popular front-end systems like Crestron, AMX and ELK systems, which allows installers maximum flexibility when presenting solutions to homeowners.

More information on SMART products and trainings can be found at


About SMART.
SMART lighting and appliance controllers are the most reliable, flexible and easy-to-install wireless home control products on the market today. Available exclusively through select dealers and installers, SMART products are powered by INSTEON; a robust dual-mesh networking technology that allows all devices to repeat commands via RF, powerline or both, providing unsurpassed speed and reliability.

INSTEON is the best selling Home Area Networking (HAN) technology on the market. It is the only mesh network capable of utilizing two independent means of communication, RF and powerline thus also making it the most reliable technology. INSTEON makes it is easy to link together home systems such as lighting, security, HVAC (comfort control), A/V, appliances, and sensors, allowing them to be controlled or monitored from anywhere in the world.

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Scott Holder, 949-252-6962
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