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Savant updates lighting, video and audio product lines

Savant updates lighting, video and audio product lines
With the Asian security and VMS market is set to expand at a quick pace in the coming years, Milestone Systems is going all out to continue its leading role in the region with a slew of technology and partnership offerings.
Smart home enabler Savant has announced the addition of new products and features, the innovations of which may benefit integration professionals and their clients.

Savant has released a new Savant Pro 8 App on the iOS App Store that includes support for TrueImage, which leverages Savant’s patented virtual lighting concepts allowing users to experience virtual lights in any room on their mobile devices.

Users can change dimming levels and RGB colors simply by tapping the virtual light. TrueImage reduces lighting complexity and the intuitiveness and cool factor of Savant TrueImage will help integrators generate excitement during the sales process. Users and/or integrators can use a mobile device to photograph the light, press the button and TrueImage software takes care of the rest.

Savant is also introducing a new line of colored smart bulbs and LED light strips, which feature millions of color and brightness choices to suit any mood. These products are controlled with TrueImage in the Savant 8 App for iOS, are available from Savant Authorized Integrators and are far less costly than the colored lighting solutions currently available in the custom technology market.

Also, Savant has begun shipping their new IP Video products, including an high-performance pixel-perfect 4K video over IP switching platform that will let Savant integrators worldwide deliver premium distributed A/V content to their residential and commercial clients. The new switching platform delivers 4K/60 4:4:4 HDR video distribution over IP with zero frame latency. Integration professionals may appreciate the convenience of a centralized 10GbE switch. New products in the lineup include the Savant IP Video 4 and 8 input video transmitters as well as Savant IP Video output receivers available with either fiber or copper as an option.

Savant’s IP Audio lineup is expanding to include the Savant IP Audio 50, the company’s first scalable, wired, all-in-one music solution. Brand new to the lineup is the Savant IP Audio 125, a higher wattage amplifier/audio distribution system. The IP Audio 125 delivers all the functionality of the IP Audio 50, but with 125 watts per channel for dynamic audio reproduction; ample power to drive clear sound into large spaces such as outdoor entertainment. The IP Audio 125 also includes additional control ports for added installation flexibility.

The Savant Pro Remote is now available with multi-zone control. The new Savant Multi-Room remote is free to roam and allows switching from room to room for true whole home control from a single remote. Connecting directly to Wi-Fi, this remote does not use Bluetooth and is not tethered to a single remote base.

Available in options for traditional stereo pairs as well as single stereo twin-tweeter solutions, the new 6.5-inch and 8-inch architectural speakers bring Artison sound quality to music listening areas either in-wall or in-celling.

Savant has introduced sophisticated design aluminum tabletop stands for the Savant Touch 8 control screen. This stylish and functional stand securely holds the Savant Touch 8 for use with the same POE connection used for in-wall applications.

Software features in Savant 8.7 include the ability to assign a user-defined scene to a button on a Savant Metropolitan keypad. Homeowners can take any Savant Scene that they have created or captured and assign it to a specific button press on a keypad. For example, now a button on the wall can invoke a Movie Night scene that closes the curtains, dims the lights and turns on the TV and audio for your favorite streaming service, or whatever else the homeowner desires.

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