If you would like your Lightwave smart devices to be installed by an electrician, why not go with a pro? Our Lightwave Pro installers are all professionally trained and approved by us and are experts in installing Lightwave. Use the Installer map to find your local Pro installer or get in touch with us by phone or email, and we will arrange for a Lightwave Pro installer in your area to contact you to arrange your install.
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.
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Begin your home automation adventure by using our stylish smart dimmer to control your lights.
Smart Series products incorporate Apple HomeKit compatibility, 2-way communication, soft start dimmers and more! The dimmers are quick and easy to DIY install and do not require extra cabling. An optional 10mm spacer is also included.
The latest range of Lightwave dimmer switches have been purpose designed by specialist engineers in the UK to work with dimmable LEDs. Our dimmers are some of the most versatile and compatible on the market, and they have built-in automatic calibration technology to be able to adjust and adapt to as many LEDs as possible. The dimming range can also be manually adjusted to add further compatibility, as some LEDs may flicker at high or low ranges.
We have also designed our dimmers to adapt to changing technology, and we are making constant adjustments using tailored firmware updates to refine their performance. This means that they should become even more capable over time. Please see some of our recommended bulbs below.
Philips Master LEDspot Value
Philips - GU10 - 7W - 610lm - Cool White (4000K)
Min-Max Lamps in use on each Smart Series dimmer gang: 1-15Specification Sheet >
Philips Master LEDspot ExpertColor
Philips - GU10 - 5.5W - 355lm - Warm White (2700K)
Min-Max Lamps in use on each Smart Series dimmer gang: 2-15Specification Sheet >
Philips Master LED Bulb - 11W
Maximum 8 lamps
Tesco LED Classic - 15W
Maximum 9 lamps
Sainsburys Home - 8.5w
Maximum 9 lamps
Screwfix (LAP) - 5.9W
Max 10 lamps
Philips LED spot R50 - 4.3W
Max 10 lamps
Frequently Asked Questions
None of our smart dimmers require a neutral as the unit is powered from having a bulb connected to the circuit. A neutral terminal is present on our dimmers as this helps with bulb compatibility and reduces the minimum load requirement.
There is no realistic limit for the number of devices that can be paired to the Link Plus, however it is important to ensure that the structure of the app is setup so that the devices are spread across different rooms and zones for the system to run smoothly.
The Lightwave Link Plus only requires power for existing automations to run. The automations have to be already created using an active internet connection.
Lightwave sockets and dimmers use traditional UK wiring and no extra cabling is required. When using the dimmers for two-way switching, the installation requires even less wiring as the setup of this configuration is achieved in the Link Plus app.
Lightwave is a DIY product and therefore an electrician is not required. The system is simple and retrofit however you have to be competent with electrics.
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