Pioneering Home Theater Control Manufacturer Adds 500 New IR Remote Files to Enhance Installers' Ability to Provide Versatile and User Friendly Remote Control Solutions
CHANHASSEN, MINN. - May 20, 2005 - In a continuation of its firm commitment to enhance online support for its custom electronic system installers, Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), the leader in innovative home control solutions, has added 500 new IR files to its online code database. This enhancement came at the heel of the company's move last summer to effectively triple the size of RTI's previous code library, assembling one of the industry's most comprehensive collections of control protocol. The latest file additions contain codes for new popular products such as the Apple® iPod and Windows® Media Center- products that are appearing in increased numbers in homes all across America.
"An important corporate mission at RTI is finding control solutions for the custom installation industry and providing dealers with intuitive user interfaces, thus adding value on every job," said Pete Baker, director of sales at RTI. "Given the rapidly expanding universe of the home automation industry, it is absolutely imperative for our system controllers to keep current with all the new codes."
Installers who wish to obtain the IR codes for their remotes should visitwww.rticorp.com/downloads, by clicking Infrared Code Database and following the instructions, the entire library can be easily downloaded to a PC.