HAI Security and Automation

HAI Security and Automation by Leviton, lighting control, HAI systems have been installed worldwide for almost twenty-five years and many of HAI’s first generation controllers are still in use, Simply Automated UPB compatible with HAI.

HAI uses embedded controller technology in its home control systems, a technology proven to be reliable with decades of use. HAI controllers have no fans, disk drives, or other moving parts to fail. Some of our competitors use personal computers, which have a useful life of 3-5 years. Wouldn’t you prefer a system that will last longer than a few years?

All HAI products can work in a stand-alone fashion so they are not dependent on any other products in the house, including computers. There is no single part that can cause an entire system to fail. For example, light switches still control the lights and thermostats still control your heating and cooling system. These familiar devices are easy-to-use for homeowners and guests.

HAI makes sure that all products are tested to the highest industry standards to ensure reliability and safety. To ensure the highest quality, HAI has products tested by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the most stringent test lab in North America. Many competitors refuse or are unable to meet these strict requirements.

In addition to meeting UL requirements, HAI meets CE (European Standard) requirements. In most cases the requirements and testing for CE are more difficult, but HAI goes the extra distance to ensure that the highest quality product is available.


One comment on “HAI Security and Automation

  1. dorian electrical on said:

    Leviton HAI Omni a really nice system I include upb lighting from simply automated for my installs a great complement.

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