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Control4 Wireless Lighting Deal

Control4 wireless dimmer lighting control package + Install & setup.

  • 7 hr
  • 4,495 British pounds
  • Client's address

Service Description

What does this Control4 lighting package include? Home Mood Lighting System - Wireless retrofit solution for existing luminaire (which must be dimmable) - please ask for further info. x15 Dimmers (trailing edge -will dim most modern light fittings) x7 Switch controls with up to 7 custom engraved & backlit buttons (replace existing switches) x2 Wireless CA-1 Hub (connects you to the app and internet) x1 Teksclusive lighting accessory pack Full installation, programming and setup (includes 3 revisions FREE) note: if you already have other control4 or even 3rd party equipment (eg; audio system) - then the buttons could be setup to operate these features as well as the lighting scenes. Example: 'Room Off' can turn off all lighting plus the music - it can be Control4 lighting withBose or Denon Heos or Rako lighting with Sonos audio systems. For added comfort and security, selected lighting circuits shall be configured to allow connection for automated control eg; simulate occupancy whilst away from home. The locations for the internal lights selected for automation shall be based upon visibility from the exterior and shall have independent timings. We can even program blinds or curtains to close and open at sunset/ sunrise. Light scenes or moods can be selected by simply pressing the corresponding wall button or if more convenient, by using the in-wall touch screen, or the integrated App which will work from any location in the world. Lighting FAQs Q. What are the main advantages of a smart home lighting system? A. Preset scenes to set the mood for any occasion, security by setting lights to switch on/off at preset or random times when away from home. A single button can be programmed to switch the whole home off or to “away” as you leave. Q. What is a circuit or Zone? A. A circuit refers to the wiring from 1 x dimmer – this may have several lights connected but they will all dim simultaneously. It is therefore important to define the circuits very early on to ensure correct wiring. Q. What is a scene? A. A scene is a group of circuits where light levels have been set for each circuit to create the desired mood. The scenes can then be recalled on demand. Who is it for? Typically our clients are home owners, business owners, home builders, property developers and professionals. We cover London and the south east of England If you have any pre-booking questions please register and enquire herewith.

Contact Details


Teksclusive Ltd., Cornwall Road, Pinner, UK

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