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Leading Manufacturers of Garage Door Openers Integrate Johnson Controls' HomeLink QuickTrain Software Into Their Access Control Systems.

QuickTrain Feature Enables Faster, Easier 'Training' of Popular, Vehicle-Integrated HomeLink System

DETROIT, Jan. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading garage door opener manufacturers Chamberlain, Wayne-Dalton and Genie/Overhead Door have exclusively implemented Johnson Controls' Homelink(R) Wireless Control System with QuickTrain technology into their access control systems. The patented HomeLink system is integrated into a vehicle's overhead console, sun visor or rear-view mirror, and can be used to remotely operate garage doors, estate gates, rear and front locks, home security and lighting systems, and other convenience and safety devices. With the addition of the QuickTrain feature, training the HomeLink module is not only much easier, but it also takes less time.

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The HomeLink Wireless Control System with QuickTrain technology will be in production on numerous 2007 model-year vehicles.

Currently, 30 million consumers use Johnson Controls' HomeLink system. The company's long-term agreements with the access control industry deliver a compatibility rate in excess of 98%, ensuring that consumers experience consistent and outstanding performance.

The HomeLink Wireless Control System with QuickTrain is among the innovations featured at the Johnson Controls product and technology exhibit at the 2006 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The company's display, in room D2-15 of Detroit's Cobo Center, will be open during media days at the event.

"Leading garage door opener manufacturers Chamberlain, Wayne-Dalton and Genie/Overhead Door all have adopted the QuickTrain technology," said Jim Geschke, vice president and general manager electronics, North America for Johnson Controls. "This integration shows the importance of the HomeLink technology today."

The HomeLink Wireless Control System with QuickTrain technology was first introduced at the 2005 NAIAS.

Johnson Controls is a global leader in interior experience, building efficiency and power solutions. The company provides innovative automotive interiors that help make driving more comfortable, safe and enjoyable. For buildings, it offers products and services that optimize energy use and improve comfort and security. Johnson Controls also provides batteries for automobiles and hybrid electric vehicles, along with systems engineering and service expertise. Johnson Controls has 136,000 employees in more than 1,000 locations serving customers in 125 countries. Founded in 1885, the company is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For additional information, please visit http://www.johnsoncontrols.com/ .

CONTACT: Debra Lacey for Johnson Controls, +1-734-254-5735

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