Lighting Control

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A lighting control system simplifies the way you experience lighting and allows you to eliminate unsighlty switches. You can set the lighting in a room, then save that setting for future one touch access. Turn on or off all lights or areas of lighting with a single button. Control lights in multiple zones from elegant wall-mounted keypads, in-wall touchpanels or wirelessly from devices like your smartphone or tablet.


Simple, stylish keypads can control all lighting and motorized shades. Keypads are customized to provide control of the system from convenient locations throughout your home. You can also control the lights using your smartphone or tablet.


Smart dimmers and switches are connected to the lights in your home. They are used in place of standard light switches and provide simple, intuitive operation. Their intelligence allows local control as well as remote control from any of the master keypads.

Remote Dimming Panels

Remote dimming panels are often used instead of multiple dimmers and switches for rooms that have several lights. By installing a keypad in the room and connecting the lights to a remote dimming panel, large groups of dimmers and switches can be avoided, ensuring a cleaner, less cluttered appearance on the wall. Remote dimming panels are typically located in equipment rooms or utility closets.

Wall Power Module

For rooms that have several lights, it’s not always aesthetically desirable to have multiple controls on the wall. Many controls can be replaced with a keypad in the room by hiding a wall power module in a nearby closet or equipment room. This solution is value engineered to be used in place of a remote dimming panel

Temperature Control

Temperature control helps you save on heating and cooling costs. Simply setting back the temperature when a room is unoccupied can help you save significantly. The great thing with this system is that you can control settings in multiple zones from one interface. The systems allows you control from keypads, mobile devices, occupancy sensors, and an energy-saving schedule.