Nationwide's Specialty Electronics Inks Powerline Control

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Northridge, Calif. - Powerline Control Systems has signed an agreement with

Specialty Electronics Nationwide

, the specialty CE and custom-installation division of the Nationwide Marketing Group.

This agreement will increase PCS's product distribution network, "and allow SEN dealers to reap the financial benefits of purchasing at much higher volume levels, meaning lower prices and increased profitability," the manufacturer of PulseWorx

lighting control

for residential and light commercial applications, and inventor of Universal Powerline Bus (UPB) technology said in a statement.

SEN dealers will now have access to PulseWorx, PCS's lighting and electrical control devices utilizing UPB technology, which uses existing powerlines to communicate signal controls. PulseWorx provides a lighting control and home automation solution that is reliable, affordable, flexible and easy to install, SEN said.  

SEN will continue to support dealers with inventory fulfillment solutions, extensive training programs, marketing initiatives, website solutions, customizable digital signage, consumer financing, inventory financing, competitive credit card processing rates, store design and merchandising, installation services, extended-warranty programs designed to support custom installation services and more, the company said.

"We welcome Powerline Control Systems as a new and valued vendor partner to the Specialty Electronics Nationwide roster of manufacturers," said Jeannette Howe, executive director of SEN. "We are quite impressed with PCS's retrofit lighting solutions and believe their products present a great opportunity for our members," Howe said in a statement.   

PCS will display at SEN's PrimeTime! member conference and vendor exhibition at the Gaylord Texan in Dallas, Aug. 21-24. "We are thrilled that PCS will be on hand to join us in celebrating Nationwide's 40th Anniversary," said Howe. Both PCS (booth 3504) and SEN (booth 4334) will be exhibiting at CEDIA Expo 2011, Sept. 9-11, in Indianapolis.


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