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Orem, UT, July 10, 2008 -- The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF) announced that Ad Hoc Electronics was among the winners of its 2008 “Top 25 Under Five” awards. The applicants were evaluated in terms of revenue growth and job creation. Ad Hoc Electronics placed number 18th among all applicants.
Orem, UT, April 30, 2008 -- Ad Hoc Electronics announced today a new line of self-powered wireless controls that offer energy management solutions such as daylight harvesting, occupancy sensing and personal workspace control. The new Illumra product line includes light switches, temperature sensors, occupancy sensors and light sensors that eliminate the need for batteries and wires.
Orem, UT, Feb 6, 2008 -- Ad Hoc Electronics has released its new self-contained battery powered RF Field Modems that are 100% compatible with Digi wireless networks. There are two versions: the Field Modem – XT is embedded with the 900 MHz Xtend and the Field Modem – XB is embedded with the 2.4 GHz XBee. The new modems connect to RS-232 devices such as PDA’s and remote sensors.
Chicago, IL, November 8, 2007 -- BuildingGreen, Inc., publisher of the GreenSpec® Directory and Environmental Building News™, today announced the 2007 Top-10 Green Building Products. This sixth annual award, announced at the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greenbuild Conference in Chicago, recognizes the most exciting products drawn from additions to the GreenSpec Directory and coverage in Environmental Building News.
Orem, UT (USA) June 13, 2007 -- Ad Hoc Electronics, a complete wireless solutions provider, has found that the applications best suited for Bountiful WiFi’s commercial-grade routers are hotels, apartments and large homes. The commercial-grade distinction is due to the router’s extraordinary range and constant supply of broadband Internet access.
Orem, UT (USA) June 7, 2007 -- Ad Hoc Electronics and EnOcean have teamed together to develop a multi-channel relay receiver that eases the expansion of existing control systems. The multi-channel relay receiver is called the LVRX and leverages data coming from self-powered wireless sensors. Because the sensors are self-powered, they do not have to be wired into the existing systems and they can send data to the receiver without use of batteries. Both the relay receiver and the sensors operate on the EnOcean RF protocol.
Orem, UT (USA) May 9,
2007 -- Ad Hoc Electronics, the leading provider of self-powered
wireless solutions, announced today the release of its wireless Plug-in
Dimmer (p/n: E8R-D12GP-1). The plug-in dimmer is the only of its kind
because it can communicate with self-powered and wireless light switches.
This development greatly simplifies the installation of plug-in dimming
control. To add dimming control to an existing lamp, simply plug the wireless
dimmer into the wall and then plug the lamp into the dimmer. Because the
light switch operates independently from batteries and wires, it can be
mounted anywhere on walls within range of the dimmer receiver.
Orem, UT (USA) March 13, 2007 -- Remodeling professionals now have a wireless
alternative to purely wired solutions when installing lighting control into an
existing home. Ad Hoc Electronics, a provider of wireless data solutions and RF
expertise, is providing home retro fitters a wireless and self-powered light switch
that truncates the time needed for installation and completely bypasses the potential
setbacks embedded in any wall.
Orem, UT (USA) January 2, 2007 -- Ad Hoc Electronics, a complete wireless solutions
provider, has partnered with Bountiful WiFi to promote the “the most powerful
wireless router allowed by law,” to the hospitality industry.
Orem UT (USA) July 11, 2006 -- Ad
Hoc Electronics introduces its Battery-free Wireless Switch system, an innovative
wireless method to control the lights and fans in log homes. Based on EnOcean’s
revolutionary energy-harvesting switch technology, the log home system overcomes
two major drawbacks to installing electrical switches in log homes: the need
to drill channels into logs for wires and the need to route logs for wall switch boxes.
We want you to be confident that The Battery-free Wireless Light Switch will work for your application.
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