ELAN In The News
Within the ultra-modern home, ELAN controls the security system, lighting, climate, audio and outdoor spaces.
This 200,000-square-foot villa utilizes Mandarin-language Elan smart home automation interface to control massive amounts of tech.
To bring their vision to fruition, the couple relied on technology integrator ZettaComm, the home automation company ELAN, and Nortek Security & Control. “We were looking for partners who would say ‘Hey, let’s try this,’” Ms. Junaid said.
Irvine, California-based electronics integrator, Smart Systems Technologies Inc., will install a standard ELAN package in each home through the ELAN New Home Program, which offers homebuyers mobile app control of a video doorbell, smart thermostat, and smart light switches.
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According to Cain, the system has seamlessly fit into his family’s every day routine. “Even our kids are able to use ELAN to turn on the lights and televisions – it’s that intuitive,” he said. “And beyond that, it’s so reliable. With ELAN, I know that it’s going to work every time.”
ELAN Brings Total Control to Chinese Villa With A Meaty 700 Lighting Loads And 150 Motorised Window Shades
A recent ELAN installation in Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, China, has turned owner’s new 200,000-square-foot luxury villa into a high-tech home with impressive scale delivering control of 700 lighting loads, 150 motorised window shades,110 individual climate zones, 25 surveillance cameras, 12 zones of audio and eight zones of security.
The Vogt’s new home offers the family every advantage a house can provide for a veteran with limited-mobility, including mobile control of lighting, security, multi-room audio and video, and even the exterior door locks, all made possible by the ELAN Entertainment and Control System from Nortek Security & Control.
Southern California Home Builder RC Homes, Inc. is pre-installing Elan home automation and entertainment packages, with optional 2GIG alarm systems, in 27 homes across three new Los Angeles communities.