Control4 announces 240V Puck Lighting now shipping

Control4, a leader in IP-based home and hospitality control systems, this week announced Control4® Puck Lighting (240V), a Control4 smart switch and dimmer solution for global markets that works with third-party keypads for a range of design options and full control capability.

 

Control4 Puck Lighting is designed to fit standard round and square wall boxes that are commonly used throughout Europe, Asia, and parts of South America, the Middle East and Africa. Customers can use switches that meet their aesthetic desires, including momentary and latching switches.

 

Control4’s Puck Lighting solutions can be used to create a variety of design effects and put lighting at the centre of every automation installation. Perfect for both new construction and retrofit installations, the ZigBee-enabled Control4 Puck Lighting switches and dimmers are designed to work with numerous load types, including incandescent, halogen, magnetic low-voltage, electronic low-voltage, fluorescent, compact fluorescent, and LEDs. Auto sensing of load types means the Puck adjusts automatically for the dimming behaviour of the load type.

 

Over-wattage protection prevents the device from continuously driving a load that is significantly over its rated wattage. This is a big advantage, as most dimmers on the market need to wait until the unit gets too hot and then shut down. Control4 can automatically detect that the load is over wattage and shut down power to the load before it overheats.

 

Control4 manufactures a complete line of automation products that provide control of household lights as well as HVAC systems, multi-room audio, theatre, security, and other electronic devices, making safety, comfort, convenience and energy management available to virtually anyone. Control4 products deliver a complete solution into an intuitive, single easy-to-use system.

 

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