• Visit us in Hall: 8.0 Walkway: G Stand: 92 at the Light+Building 2006 in Frankfurt, Germany.light_building
  • Nov 1st, 2005: LCN America is actively working with architects to enable optimal building designs. Whether the goal of the design is green, or aesthetically outstanding or to provide maximum level of convenience to occupants, LCN building automation system is a valuable tool architects can leverage to achieve excellent final results. LCN America is an AIA/CES Registered Provider. We offer an 1hr./1LU Program entitled "Building Automation and Management". Please contact us to learn about the time and date for the next presentation.
  • Oct 31st, 2005: A new and improved version of the remote control LCN-RT has been released. Hight lights:
  • Better ergonomics form factor
  • Same technical features as the best keychain remote control in the industry
  • August 2005: LCN-PRO version 3.0 released. Hightlights:
    • Improved reliability with full acknowledgement for commands
    • Dynamic update allows actual display of network status at anytime
    • Non-blocking user interface while large complex network is being read
    • Supports for new modules
    • Keeps track of module versions and firmware capability automatically
    • Other enhancements with regards to Bus search capability
  • June 2005: New outdoor temperature sensor LCN-TSA released. This temperature sensor is weather proof and is to be used outdoor.
  • Dec 2004: Introducing the new LCN-UP24 intelligent bus module. Based on the same basis as LCN-UPP, this module is identical to LCN-UPP from hardware and software perspective. The only differences are the wiitholding of load outputs as in LCN-UPP and the 24V AC power supply. This unit is used where the high voltage 120V AC or 240V AC are not desired such as in bio sensitive environments.


  • Dec 2004: Introducing the new LCN-UPS intelligent bus module. Based on the same basis as LCN-UPP, this module is identical to LCN-UPP from hardware and software perspective. The only difference is the wiitholding of load outputs as in LCN-UPP. This unit is used as sensor inputs where load outputs are not necessary. It is more cost effective than LCN-UPP when only sensor inputs are needed.
  • EHX 2004 Long Beach, California November 15 - 18: Visit us at booth B1603
  • Nov 3rd, 2004: LCN system is now available in North America, more...