WIRELESS Dimming Switches

wireless connected lighting control scene switches

Ce5yearsIp40WirelessDimmable

4-button stainless steel push-to-make switch plate, mounted on an enclosure containing a scene set dimmer controller.

At Kellwood Lighting we have a wide selection of lighting to meet your requirements for your project. You can enquire about this specific product via the link on this page. Alternatively feel free to speak to one of our team on +44 (0)1387 255816.

  • Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
  • Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598

6-button stainless steel push-to-make switch plate, mounted on an enclosure containing a scene set dimmer controller.

At Kellwood Lighting we have a wide selection of lighting to meet your requirements for your project. You can enquire about this specific product via the link on this page. Alternatively feel free to speak to one of our team on +44 (0)1387 255816.

  • Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
  • Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598

Performance Summary
Series CodeLC-LIP-WS-IP40-SS-4XLC-LIP-WS-IP40-SS-6X
Input230VAC230VAC
Number of Buttons4 (Labelled 0-3)6 (Labelled 0-5)
FinishBrushed Stainless SteelBrushed Stainless Steel
IP RatingIP40IP40
Communication868MHz868MHz
Warranty5 Years5 Years
Optic DistributionDesign FeaturesTypical ApplicationsGallery & Case StudiesRelated Products

What are wireless Scene switches for?

A wireless scene switch allows you to choose between a number of programmable lighting control setups. These may be simple, e.g. fixing the lights at different dimmable levels #1=100%, #2=80%, ... #0=OFF. Alternatively, more sophisticated scenes can be programmed, e.g. a scenes that includes input from sensors for every-day use, while other buttons may be programmed for maintenance or night-time cleaning; sensors are over-ridden, and different parts of the area are illuminated at pre-defined levels.

Scene switches only requires a 230VAC power supply. They include a wireless node which allows it to communicate wirelessly with all other nodes in the control system.

Other parts that can be included in the wireless control system include:

Collator

Emergency

Wireless Nodes

Wireless Photocells

Tablet and Software

Wireless occupancy sensors

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