Snap One to Show Clare and Luma Products at ISC West 2024

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Snap One, a global manufacturer and distributor of smart-living technology for professionals and consumers, will demonstrate a range of products and solutions at ISC West 2024 in booth #10053.

Snap One is looking forward to another exciting ISC West where we can meet in-person with our Partners to demonstrate the latest in smart-home security control, surveillance, networking, and infrastructure solutions that make installations a breeze and stressful configurations a thing of the past,” says Clint Choate, market director, Snap One. “With our complete line of solutions, Snap One continues to help our Partners grow and expand their businesses.”

Clare Security, Luma Headline Snap One Brand Emphasis During ISC 2024

During the event the company will showcase a variety of solutions from Clare Controls along with third-party integrations at the show. The ClareOne panel and its ecosystem of encrypted devices is supported by the FusionPro management platform, enabling security professionals and home technology integrators to simplify setup, management, and troubleshooting of all ClareOne installations. Snap One boasts that Clare platform brings together smart living, surveillance, intrusion, and security, with deep device integration that includes compatibility with 50-plus third-party brands and hundreds of different devices. Additionally, Snap One says, integrators can implement a recurring monthly revenue model that provides incredible support and helps grow business.

Clare will be showcasing the ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell at the show. The ClareVision Smart Video Doorbell is the flagship surveillance product that can be used with the ClareVision app or easily added to ClareOne to support full two-way voice through the panel. The video doorbell supports 2.4 and 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity; it includes a 2MP image sensor for full HD video, 16GB micro SD card for local video storage, and AI-powered smart events for Person Detection.

Not only will Snap One showcase its ClareOne family of products at ISC 2024, the company will feature its Luma X20 family of surveillance products at the annual show. The Luma line is an advanced, NDAA-compliant surveillance offering that delivers intelligent AI-enabled notifications via the intuitive Luma View app, and integration options in Control4 smart-home control program via Luma Insights, and fast setup via OvrC.

According to Snap One, the x20 family provides dealers with professional setup procedures via OvrC, a cloud-based remote systems monitoring and management solution that provides 24/7 system data and accessibility to technicians, and gives users a cutting-edge experience with the Luma View mobile app. The app features AI-filtered events, allows saving and sharing clips, lets users scrub synchronized event footage and provides enhanced connectivity between mobile devices and the surveillance system. And new from last year’s ISC West, Snap One has expanded support for larger projects with high-capacity NVRs, 25X Optical Zoom PTZ with Smart Tracking Capabilities, Mini PTZ camera with 4X Optical Zoom and Active Intruder Deterrence, new discrete compact dome camera, Luma View Video Management System (VMS) which supports up to 256 cameras from multiple locations, and Luma Insights and Luma Bridge.

Other brands that Snap One will feature in its booth include Control4. The company’s smart home control and automation platform will highlight the Halo Family of Remotes and CORE Controllers. The two Halo remotes include enhanced features like a color display, a new graphical interface, and dual-band WiFi support, along with innovative new features like a push-to-talk voice button.

The Control4 CORE Controllers create personalized automation experiences, which are made possible with integration for 21,000-plus consumer electronics, smart devices and sensors. The Controllers run each customer’s system and provide access to the full set of features available from the Control4 Intelligent Platform and feature updated multi-core processors that run the Control4 OS faster and more efficiently, with power to spare for the new features and functionality currently in development. The CORE controllers also function as an OvrC Pro device, enabling automated device monitoring, network/ internet health testing, reporting and more.

At a higher level, the Snap One ISC West 2024 booth will show that adding Control4 to a security solution allows customers to expand their system beyond just monitoring and Alerts to encompass lighting, shades, thermostats, AV devices and access to more encompassing integrations.

Also being highlighted at the ISC West 2024 show are products from both Strong and Wirepath brands. Snap One says these brands provide dealers with reliable infrastructure solutions that support Snap One product lines. According to Snap One, Strong infrastructure products are designed to be the backbone of any installation. Wirepath provides end-to-end solutions that ensure every job gets built quickly and accurately—while meeting industry standards. Show attendees will be able to demo an In-Cabinet Sliding Rack that makes installation as simple as possible.

Additionally, show attendees can explore audio solutions from Snap One’s Episode brand including the Radiance system, which combines audio and lighting on a single wire to create ambience for outdoor projects. Snap One emphasizes the simplicity and compatibility of the a la carte Episode Radiance series enables integrators who currently focus on either lighting or audio to immediately expand to combine these categories and increase profits.

Moreover, Snap One will show its WattBox IP enabled PDUs and Araknis multi-gig networking solutions.

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