posted on Tuesday, 20th March 2012 by Steve May
Rako, the award winning lighting system, has updated its iOS and Android apps to offer improved flexibility across a LAN and remote access when connected via a wireless Rako Bridge.
The system remains remarkably easy to use, with room scenes and channels (lighting, curtains) set and saved via simple onscreen slider controls. It's this ease of use, coupled with overall cost effectiveness, which saw the brand take the gold award for Best Lighting System from trade magazine SVI recently.
Rako, a sponsor of this year's CEDIA Region One awards, says that sales "have grown by around 30 per cent over the last couple of years," adding that it remains focused on "providing state of the art digital dimming technology" with "solutions to meet the needs of a diverse range of applications."
Dealers and integrators can learn more about the system at one of the brand's Thursday training courses, which run weekly at the company's Kent HQ. But you'll need to plan ahead, sessions are fully booked till May.
Visit Rako's official UK site click here.
Steve is a veteran of the UK consumer electronics
industry, having covered it for
various media outlets for more than 20 years.
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