Control4 has announced a new Zigbee wireless Square Dual Load Wireless Dimmer and Square Dual Load Wireless Switch to its smart lighting line, suitable for both new construction homes or retrofit installs. Dual Load Wireless Lighting provides an intuitive interface to control a variety of lighting products including LED, incandescent, halogen, low voltage lighting, as well as motorized devices such as ceiling fans and bathroom ventilations fans.

“Expanding our lighting solutions multiplies the opportunity for Control4 dealers to offer custom lighting control in both new construction and retrofit projects in either residential or light commercial buildings around the globe,” explains Paul Williams, VP of Product Management at Control4. “Our customers have told us that once they experience Control4 smart lighting control, they simply can’t live without it. From tuning in to your favorite radio station to turning off all the lights at bedtime, Control4 smart lighting products bring one-button convenience to even more homes worldwide.”

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The new Square Dual Load Wireless Dimmer and Switch also function as a keypad and incorporate backlit engraving and status LEDs for two-way feedback. Keypads can control any connected device or smart home scene in a system such as music, video, shades, locks, and thermostats.

The new Square Dual Load Wireless Dimmer will retail for £175.00, while the Wireless Switch sells for £140.00. They are available from authorized dealers in the Control4 Online Store.

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According to a recent smart home study from Berg Insight, the most popular features of an installed whole-home automation system are lighting and window control, both of which can be found in 75 percent of Europe’s installed whole-home systems.

The Square Dual Load Wireless Lighting solutions will be demonstrated at Integrated Systems Europe. The Control4 booth is located at 10-N114.


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