C-Bus Wireless’ unique 240 volt design uses the same wires as a normal light switch; making it perfect for existing homes or buildings. It also provides a simple and cost effective solution for partial installations, and is easy to add to the system later on. C-Bus Wireless provides all of the functionality of regular home […]
November 21st, 2008
C-Bus Wireless’ unique 240 volt design uses the same wires as a normal light switch; making it perfect for existing homes or buildings. It also provides a simple and cost effective solution for partial installations, and is easy to add to the system later on.
C-Bus Wireless provides all of the functionality of regular home automation systems, including “scenes” to turn on several lights on or off with the press of a button, and the “all off” to turn everything off at night or when you leave.
You can also control lamps or appliances by using plug adaptors, and the whole lot can be controlled via a hand held remote.
C-Bus Wireless switches are available in a range of designs and colours, including “Saturn” glass and “Neo” composites.
Delivery time: Available now
Applications: Any residential or commercial facilities
Finish: Glass, Stainless steel, composites
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