Worthington Distribution Lutron Training!

This week Worthington Distribution had the opportunity to host a training in Marlborough, Massachusetts for Lutron RadioRA 2 among other things. Richard Scholl (Founder) and Nolan Male (Director of Training) traveled to New England this week to host the training that covered not only Lutron RadioRA 2 but also Triathlon shades and the newer Caseta technology.  This training was held at the Royal Plaza Convention Center in Marlborough, MA which is the same venue for the Northeast Security & Systems Contractor Expo. This particular security show is hosted by New England Alarm & Controls Council, or NEACC for short.

“The focus of the New England Alarm & Controls Council is to promote the education of the members of the six New England State associations, and to promote industry-related education to New England security dealers, installers, manufacturers, distributors, and equipment suppliers. The vehicle of this focus is the annual Northeast Security Systems Expo.”

Worthington Distribution will be exhibiting at NEACC May 21 in Marlborough, MA at booth 709. Be sure to stop out and see Nolan and Richard!


Nolan presenting the Lutron training in Marlborough, MA.


Speco Technologies Visits Worthington!

Today, Worthington Distribution had a few special guests. We had the honor of hosting Jim Pascale and Jim Conroy from Speco Technologies for a few hours. They demonstrated a few new products that are guaranteed to shake up the CCTV industry. What we learned about today is called HD TVI. The main idea of HD TVI is to give high definition quality over coaxial cable. And yes, we are talking about 1080P HD transmissions over coax. This would be most useful in a retrofit application where the customer has an analog camera system in place and is looking to replace and upgrade their existing cameras and DVR with a better quality system. All that needs to be done is replace the analog cameras with TVI cameras and replace the DVR with a HD TVI DVR and you can go from there. The beauty is if you don’t have all of those cameras in your budget you can keep some analog cameras on your TVI DVR at low resolution.

We are expecting these products to ship in about 2-3 weeks.

Below is a picture of Jim, Steve, Nolan and Jim testing a 1000 foot roll of coax, although the cameras and DVR are rated for up to 1500 feet, and the outcome was amazing. The quality was like hooking up a 10 foot piece of coax.

For pricing and information on these products pleas call us at 800-282-8864 or email Sales@worthdist.com