Power Starter Kit

£185.00

Model L422 (Smart Series)

Begin your home automation adventure with the Power Starter Kit. With a Link Plus and a 2 gang smart socket you'll have everything you need to start controlling your lamps.

Smart Series products incorporate Apple HomeKit compatibility, 2-way communication, built-in energy monitoring and more! The socket is quick and easy to DIY install and does not require extra cabling. An optional 10mm spacer is also included.

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  • Lightwave hub required for app and voice control

REMOTE DIMMER SWITCH

HomeKit Control

Lightwave’s remote control dimmer switch seamlessly integrates with Apple HomeKit, so you can control your home and make optimal use of smart lighting from your iPhone or iPad, from wherever you are.

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Product Specifications

Smart Series device

Requires Link Plus and Link Plus App for operation

Compatibility

Works with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT

DIY retrofit

All Lightwave devices are safe and legal to DIY retrofit in your own home


Full Specs - Link Plus

Dimensions:

10.1 x 3 x 10.1 cm

Batteries:

No

Voltage:

230V

Wattage:

3-5W

Full Specs - Smart Socket (2 gang)

Dimensions:

8.8 x 15 x 3 cm

Batteries:

No

Voltage:

230V

Wattage:

3000W (per gang)

All about Lightwave

Smart Series products incorporate Apple HomeKit compatibility, 2-way communication, built-in energy monitoring (sockets), soft start dimmers and more! The dimmer and socket are quick and easy to DIY install and do not require extra cabling. Optional 10mm spacers are also included.

Link plus (L2)

Discover the superior integration capabilities of the Lightwave Link Plus controller.

Powering a world of smart features, the Link Plus is the core of any Lightwave smart home allowing you to control and automate your home however you like.

The Lightwave Link Plus controller seamlessly integrates with the Apple HomeKit. This allows you to control your home by activating and managing your Smart Series devices from anywhere on your smartphone or tablet using Apple HomeKit.

SMART SOCKET (L42)

Beautifully designed smart sockets

Begin your home automation adventure with our stylish smart socket.

Incorporating all the great features from our Connect Series products, this model now includes Apple HomeKit compatibility, 2-way communication as well as built-in energy monitoring.

Fully 3000W rated like any other 1 gang or 2 gang socket, you can also control a Lightwave smart socket from your smartphone. 

Customer Testimonials

Frequently Asked Questions

Do Lightwave smart dimmers require a neutral wire?
Is there is a limit for how many devices you can pair to the Link Plus?
Does the Link Plus system needs an internet connection for automations to run?
Does lightwave system requires extra wiring?
Is a qualified electrician required to install Lightwave?

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