Core Brands Expands ELAN Home Control Product Offerings at ISE 2014


Stand 1-P22, ISE 2014 Addition of new thermostat and HDMI Switchers strengthens robustness and flexibility of the award-winning ELAN g...

Stand 1-P22, ISE 2014 Addition of new thermostat and HDMI Switchers strengthens robustness and flexibility of the award-winning ELAN g! Home Entertainment and Control platform. Underscoring its commitment to maintain the robustness and flexibility of its award-winning ELAN g! Home Entertainment and Control System, Core Brands announces the introduction of several new products to the line. The introductions are to take place at ISE 2014. Core Brands Elan g! at ISE 2014 “The industry’s best home entertainment and control system is now richer, stronger and more flexible with the addition of our new thermostat, HDMI switchers and IP Cameras (See separate release),” Core Brands Control Category Director Joe Lautner said today. “This is the beginning of an exciting year for ELAN, one that will see many new innovations brought to market.” ELAN’s wireless programmable thermostat delivers comfort and convenience to home environmental controls and lets homeowner control energy costs. Combined with the ELAN g! system, gSTAT lets homeowners heat or cool their homes from any location. The 4.5” backlit touch panel allows easy editing of the 7-day program and easily integrates with existing HVAC wiring. ELAN’s new IP cameras support full 1080P resolutions (2MP) and provide high quality images in dome, mini–dome and mini-bullet enclosures. All are ONVIF version 2.2 Profile S compliant and integrate with g! software for viewing on any g! interface for monitoring from any location. ELAN’s new HDMI matrix switchers include full audio integration and incorporate HDMI, analog, optical and digital signal paths and will allow the integrator to route audio and video signals in virtually any combination. This provides the integrator with the flexibility to use HDMI as an audio source with no extra interfaces or special wiring. The architecture also allows the HDMI end point to be music zone controllers so that sound bars can be used as zone speakers. ELAN’s g! programming platform provides quick configuration of the inputs, outputs and zones. ELAN’s new line of high-definition IP video surveillance cameras include four models with 2 megapixel cameras and a 3.3-12mm lens that is capable of recording full 1080p video, coupled with an on board IR flood that ensures flawless nighttime functionality. The cameras also include audio inputs and outputs and a microSD card slot that functions as a backup to a network video recorder. They communicate via IP using a PoE compliant port (12V DC/PoE), using the ONVIF protocol. www.elanhomesystems.com