Canadian Electrical Wholesaler

 

Jan 20 2016

 

Legrand Intuity Comprising high-performing subsystems, Intuity combines Legrand solutions and select third-party components, including multi-room audio, RF lighting control, security, thermostat, video door entry, camera monitoring, whole-house intercom and door locks. All this sophistication from a digital, enclosure-based platform, making installation and expanding easy.

Easily controlled through a single, aesthetic, and intuitive interface, Intuity grants easy management of an entire home with access through both the mobile devices you already love and Intuity’s on-wall Command Centre.

The easy-to-navigate Intuity App transforms your smartphones and tablets into a portable control centre.Blending into any décor with a sleek, recessed design and capacitive touch controls, Intuity’s Command Centre means management of your lighting, cameras, audio, and more, from a conveniently built-in component.

 

Features

• Multi-Room Audio — elevate at-home listening with access to digital libraries, streaming services, and analogue devices in up to 16 rooms.

• Lighting Control — create the perfect lighting atmosphere for any activity with programmable scenes using Legrand’s dimmers and switches.

• Video door entry system — see who is at the front door, from anywhere, for increased safety and convenience.

• Camera monitoring — guarantee peace-of-mind with customized alerts & the convenient remote access of indoor and outdoor IP cameras.

• Temperature control— stay comfortable with easy integrated control of third-party HVAC systems.

• Door lock control — lock or unlock with an easy tap, utilizing Intuity for remote or mobile control of third-party door locks.

• Security alarm control — arm or disarm your system with the easy touch of a button, through integrated third-party security services.

• Whole house intercom — enjoy easy communication throughout an entire home with interior and exterior intercom stations.

 

System components include:

• Intuity Command Centre, available in white, nickel or light almond

• Intuity Controller

• Intuity RFLC Bridge

• Intuity Z-Wave Bridge

• Intuity Bridge Power Module

• 12VDC, 1.5 Amp Power Supply

 

Find out more: www.legrand.ca/home-automation/intuity.aspx#.Vk3VoYTvODo.

 

>> Source ALL of your Canadian Electrical products in the Goldbook Directory <<

 Other Products:

Legrand Launches Best-in-Class Architectural Dimming Panel Platform

Legrand’s New Wiremold Product: Industry First 8-Gangs Poke-Thru

Legrand Adds Almost 50 New Networking Transceivers to Its Networking Product Line

 

 

Changing Scene

  • Prev
  The OmniCable Toronto branch recently completed its first customer order after opening ...
The Hannover Messe Trade Fair in Germany, held this year at the beginning of April, is the world’s ...
Global energy producer BP has selected Schneider Electric as one of its main electrical ...
The Stratford and District Chamber of Commerce has presented its 2019 Business Leader of the Year ...
The company’s wholesale locations will be branded Robinson Supply, and the lighting and bath ...
GE has completed the sale of its Current, powered by GE business unit to American Industrial ...
Omni Cable Corporation (OmniCable), headquartered in West Chester, PA, is proud to announce the ...
In preparation for the retirement of Gabriel Massabni in 2020, Jason Prevost has joined Leviton as ...
During E.B. Horsman & Son’s (EBH) Annual General Meeting on March 5, 2019, ABB Canada was ...
Desdowd Inc. has been chosen to serve as Thermon’s manufacturer's agent for the province of Quebec ...

 

 Young Leaders: Taylor Gerrie

Taylor GerrieOn a regular basis, our publications profile members of our industry through their responses to a Q&A. It’s a way of recognizing industry movers and shakers, and helping our readers get to know them better. 

Recently we launched an initiative with Electro-Federation Canada's Young Professionals Network to include profiles of up-and-coming leaders. We provided the list of questions below to Taylor Gerrie, Automation Account Specialist at Gerrie Electric Wholesale Ltd. in Burlington, Ontario. Here are Taylor’s responses.

Read More

 

 

 

 

Katrina OlsonBy Katrina Olson

As a marketing consultant for electrical distributors, manufacturers, and associations and a marketing competition judge, I’m often asked to comment or speak on a number of marketing topics. Sometimes, I’m asked very specific questions I wish I could more accurately answer. For example, on the topic of social media, I’ve been asked, “What platforms are most distributors using? How often do they post on those platforms? How well is social media working for them? Which platforms are most effective?”

I share my general impressions, but I’d rather be able to share some hard data. I read. I research. And while it’s easy to find “big picture” research about social media, finding current information specific to electrical distribution is nearly (if not totally) impossible.

Read More

 

CEW 3 Perspective 400

We often learn how to look forward by first looking back, or at the very least we realize that despite our best efforts we have not truly advanced quite so much as we had thought. Sure, technology is rapidly advancing. That’s beyond question. But what about our approach to selling it? Have we changed that much in the last 20, 40, 60 years? Inevitably there have been advances and changes in marketing, the Internet causing the biggest shift, but many of the concerns and directives that have driven the distribution and marketing of industrial electrical products remain, or at least planted the roots of the concerns of manufacturers and distributors today. 

To gain perspective of the perceptions and directions of electrical product distribution in 1960, we turn to Edwin H. Lewis. In 1960 Lewis published “The Distribution of Industrial Electrical Products” in the Journal of Marketing.

To fully define electrical product distribution in 1960, Lewis broke his study into several categories. We will follow his direction and provide his insights on the industry in each of the categories he identified.

Read More

Kerrwil Publications

538 Elizabeth Street, Midland,Ontario, Canada L4R2A3 +1 705 527 7666
©2019 All rights reserved

Use of this Site constitutes acceptance of our Privacy Policy (effective 1.1.2016)
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Kerrwil