New range of EnOcean Smart Switches
Wednesday, 10 March 2021
January 2021 - Retrotouch, the innovative UK lighting solutions brand, has created its first range of EnOcean smart switches, providing consumers with beautifully-designed ‘always on’ system for effortless control over their EnOcean lighting and control systems.
The Retrotouch EnOcean switches can either be fitted to replace an existing light switch, or used as a wireless, battery-free solution, stuck on any wall, wherever’s most convenient for everyday use. The switches don’t need batteries or a power cable and they are as durable and reliable as a traditional wired switch. Thanks to EnOcean’s innovative harvesting technology, each press of the switch generates enough energy to send a radio signal to a relay for a totally wireless and robust control solution. Available with EnOcean, Bluetooth, Zigbee or Friends of Hue protocol options there is a Retrotouch switch solution for both Residential or commercial applications.
Retrotouch’s wireless and battery-free switches look great too, with a premium glass finish bringing a stylish designer-feel to a smarthome’s lighting controls. The switches come in white or black glass, with or without a chrome trim; and an option of one or two buttons.
The switches also have matching sockets and accessories to provide a coordinated look to any room, including double or single plug and charging sockets, TV and telephone sockets.
“We’re thrilled to launch our first EnOcean switch range. Thanks to the EnOcean innovative technology and our own product design, our switches provide a stylish, seamless solution for residential and commercial lighting systems without the need for wires,” says Amit Ravat, MD of Retrotouch. “ Our brand is all about helping to make smart living as easy and enjoyable as possible. Our new switches have been designed to do just this – providing an easy to install retrofittable lighting system ‘with a touch of glass.’ ”
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