Remote Lighting Control
The most common home automation projects begin with wanting to control a light from across the room. At 654SMART there are so many ways to do this that we thought it might do us all some good to write out the most popular choices according to our customers.
PLUG-IN LIGHT CONTROL
This kit will get you up and controlling 2 plug-in lights in less than 10 minutes. It consists of a handheld remote (RemoteLinc), 2 RF receivers (Access Points) and 2 lamp controllers (LampLinc Dimmers)
HOW IT WORKS
RemoteLinc sends RF signal to Access Points which send signals over your existing power wires to the LampLinc Dimmers. This system is expandable for control of up to 6 unique devices or scenes
CONTROL LIGHTS USING A TV REMOTE
Use your universal remote control to turn lights on or off or to dim them when it’s time to watch a movie. You can even setup scenes that control your lighting to preset levels just like they do in the movie theaters.
HOW IT WORKS
Set the IRLinc’s sensor eye somewhere in view of your remote (on a shelf next to your TV for example) and plug it into an available outlet. Set up your universal remote with the pre-programmed code (or use the included remote to teach the codes to your learning remote). Next, replace your existing wall switches with remote control dimmers or for plug-in lamps, use an remote control plug-in modules.
CONTROL LIGHTS WITH YOUR IPHONE OR IPOD TOUCH
Connect SmartLinc to your router and turn any iPhone or other web-enabled device into a home controller. Use it to control your lighting such as plug-in lamps & overhead lights.