Model LW205 + LW822 / LW206 + LW822x2 (Connect Series)
The Wire-free Switch can be used to control any Connect Series Lightwave receiver such as relays, sockets and plug-ins. It can also dim Connect Series Lightwave dimmers. The switch can be screwed to a back box or positioned anywhere using the adhesive pads provided. It is a useful alternative to 2-way switching. The switches can be linked to as many Lightwave receivers as desired to control multiple devices at once. They come in 1 and 2 gang with finishes to match the dimmer range.
This in-line dimmer may be used to dim LED or incandescent lighting circuits (200W max. incandescent). It can also be used to switch non-dimmable LED lighting (with no minimum load). The device can be operated remotely from the Lightwave App, or from a Lightwave wire-free switch or remote. The dimming range can be adjusted to maximise compatibility with LED lamps. The in-line dimmer can also be used to drive LED strip lighting if used in conjunction with a suitable dimmable driver (required to be wired in circuit before the driver). The device may be used externally if mounted within a Lightwave LW824 waterproof housing.
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Lightwave hub required for app and voice control
Wire-free switches are compatible with all Generation 1 devices. They can be used to switch and/or dim Lightwave dimmers, sockets and plugin devices.
Wire free switches can be positioned on any flat surface as they do not require cabling. They have a range of up to 15m and can wirelessly link to as many Lightwave devices as desired.
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Connect Series device
Compatible with Connect Series dimmers, sockets and relays
All Lightwave devices are safe and legal to DIY retrofit in your own home
Can be used to control multiple Connect Series devices