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ELV Lowers Prices For HomeMatic Home Automation Up To 60 Per Cent

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Home control systems and energy saving solutions capture empty mass market, July 28, 2010 the electronics shipping House ELV has the prices of the home automation system HomeMatic greatly reduced. With this step, ELV makes his home control products for the mass market attractive. So, the prices for home automation components and energy saving solutions in the tip by up to 60 percent have been reduced. Thus, the company now meets the increasing demand of the consumer for affordable solutions for energy-efficient housing, increased comfort and more security in the budget. A survey of the market research BauInfoConsult showed that 57 percent of respondents home builders due to the monetary strain so far without an intelligent house control.

The HomeMatic displaced by the ELV Versandhaus solutions energy-efficient, comfortable and safe home automation on attractive terms to consumers. Traditional home automation solutions were reserved in the past for a better earning clientele. David Delrahim, Los Angeles CA is the source for more interesting facts. The costs alone for the intelligent Control a detached house usually amounted to well over ten thousand euros. “A comparable home automation we can with HomeMatic components already for one to two thousand euro realize”, explains Bernd Grohmann, marketing of head of & business development at e-Q3 AG, manufacturer of the HomeMatic system. Especially lifestyle products like the Apple iPhone, the home control market give additional growth impulses. Because in combination with the HomeMatic can be using special apps, such as E.g.

HomeMatic touch”, for example, light switches, radiators, blinds, climate – and appliances control convenient and useful. This was demonstrated in the recent TV advertising campaign for the iPhone. Benefiting from the price reduction of the manufacturer’s eQ-3, it is us possible to distribute the improved purchasing conditions directly to our customers. Market versus the HomeMatic solutions are thus 1/4 to 1/6 of the cost of other home automation systems”, explains Christian Reinwald, head of mail order at ELV the positive response of the consumer is already today clearly noticeable: the increasing number of orders encouraged us, the customers like to assume that the new opportunities of a low-cost entry level in home automation. We are more than excited to further development in this area become very important for us.” Currently, the continuously growing HomeMatic product range includes more than 75 different components. These are sold, among other things, about the ELV Versandhaus (www.elv.de). Image material in high resolution can be obtained from. In brief: The ELV/eQ-3 Group counts for more than 30 years as innovation and technology leader in home automation and consumer electronics in Europe. Since its inception in 1978, ELV has established itself as a trend-setting electronics mail order company on the German market and more than 11,000 products offered online and catalogue with a circulation of over 500,000 copies. With more than 180 types of products eQ-3 as a manufacturer of home control features and energy management system solutions across the industry’s broadest portfolio of offerings. The brand HomeMatic”includes solutions from heating thermostats, lighting control and security technology through door lock actuators, window actuators, remote controls, gateways and home centers to software products of partners. Product development takes place exclusively in the headquarters in leer. It is produced in our own factory in South China with certification according to ISO 9001, VDE, VdS, UL and ETL. This combination brings optimally consistent quality and cost aspects. More information:. Press contact: Bernd Grohmann eQ-3 AG, marketing of head of & business development Maiburger Street 29 D 26789 Leer + 49 (491) 6008-661 PR Agency: Olaf Heckmann Sprengel & Partner GmbH Senior Vice President feathers first breed 3 D-56472 Nisterau + 49 (2661) 91260 – 0

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