Wyrestorm Enado system controller unveiled

posted on Friday, 14th June 2013 by Steve May

Wyrestorm  Home automation 


The first Wyrestorm product to run the revolutionary Enado user interface has taken its maiden bow at Infocomm 2013. The company has been previewing the intuitive cross-platform software solution for some time but has only now unveiled Wyrestorm Enado, in the form of a 1U 19-inch rack-mounted controller with 16 assignable IR ports and eight integrated IP ports. The unit has integrated Wi-Fi for connection to any local devices, but can equally be positioned on a secured LAN and used to control devices locally or remotely.

Ease of installation and use is the crux of Enado's appeal. The interface is browser-based, which means any Internet-enabled device can act as the controller, making it easily accessible from any iPad or Android device. Auto recognition allows the interface to be scaled to fit different small screen devices like smartphones, providing full control functionality of AV sources. The software platform also includes a non-programming Configuration Tool, which uses a comprehensive IR database, alongside a built-in device editor and IR learner which allows new devices to be easily created. A series of RS232 and IP drivers for a variety of popular devices will be integrated and available prior to Enado's official launch in September. Buttons overlay live video generated from Wyrestorm's HD to IP decoding technology.

Other niceties include single real-time update technology across the system from any local or remote Internet point; this includes auto-updates for devices that may not have been present at the time of install.

Wyrestorm is promising that integrators will be able to connect countless user devices, with no license or additional fees beyond the initial controller purchase (which Stateside is $1999.00). The company says it is planning a training program to support the launch.

For more on Wyrestorm's product line up, visit our partner page here.
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Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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Posted by Darren Shear on 17th June 2013, 3:15 PM
A really cool front end had a play with this at ISE, will be interesting to see how this works on our jobs

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