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HTI+ Exam Cram™ 2 (Exams HTO-101, HTO-102) by Max Main

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Core Components Found in System Integration Designs

The core components are those items you will need to become familiar with for this portion of the HTI+ exam. They range from the input devices, such as Web pads, keypads, touchscreens, and RF/IR receivers, to other core components, such as distribution panels, control processors, and patch panels.

Keypads

The dominant user interface currently in use for home control systems is the alphanumeric keypad. Keypads are mounted on walls throughout a residence, and their main purpose is to provide the central controller with input data. This input data is then used by the controller to decide which actions need to be taken.

Numerous low-voltage keypads are available for home automation. The main features ...

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