Clare Controls, the maker of the ClareOne wireless security and home automation system distributed exclusively by Snap One, has unveiled a range of new security solutions at ISC West 2021 in Booth #10053.
“Clare has changed the way home technology professionals install and manage security and smart home systems by creating an integrated ecosystem that meets the evolving needs of the market,” says Clint Choate, security market director, Snap One.
“We are eager for security partners to demo our platform and products in person to learn how Clare can support their needs.”
At the show, Snap One will highlight the complete ClareOne platform, the latest software platform OS 2.0, and the ClareVision line of NDAA-compliant surveillance cameras and NVRs.
ClareOne Wireless Security and Smart Home Panel at ISC West 2021
The ClareOne Wireless Security and Smart Home Panel is a professionally installed controller that unifies home automation and security monitoring in a single touchscreen panel. The platform offers a simple integrated solution that allows partners to leverage Clare’s FusionPro platform to manage user data and test customer systems with the click of a button.
ClareOne offers smart home control with hundreds of custom drivers to integrate the most popular smart home products on the market. It also integrates with Control4 automation – enabling the system to scale up to advanced home automation features and full media integration.
Not only is the company showing the complete ClareOne product line, the company will also highlight the new Clare 2.0 operating system. This new OS adds functionality and device compatibility to ClareOne panels, and the Clare 2.0 OS software update includes:
More powerful Fusion Pro account management and equipment testing features New drivers for Sonos, ClareVision and AI-powered video doorbell events ClareHome App updates that allow users to easily add new devices to ClareOne systems including Ecobee thermostats, myQ garage doors and Sonos speakers without Video and surveillance event integration with 2-way voice Custom security zone profiles The ability to automate actions based on camera detection or doorbell activation
The N.C.-based company adds the new ClareVision line of surveillance cameras and NVRs can be used as a standalone system or integrated with a ClareOne or Control4 system. The line’s two app-controlled, ETL-listed series of cameras are both NDAA and Onvif compliant, and with prices starting below $100, ClareVision enables Snap One partners to compete in the value-priced security segment with DIY like simplicity.
“With integration support for multiple third-party products, frequent feature-adds, and compatible product releases, security partners have more reason than ever to trust Clare,” comments Choate.