On/Off module to control the wireless lighting
Including €0.05 for ecotax
What's more, with our accessories you can control your light automatically, individually, or in a centralised way.
• Remote control from your bed or sofa, or wireless wall-mounted control
• Centralised control of one or several lights at the same time
• Voice control via an Amazon Alexa or Google Home smart speaker (requires the DiO Home+ home automation unit).
• On/Off function
• Contents: One 1000-W flush On/Off lighting module
|Power (W)||1000 W|
|Transmission range||50 m|
|Radio protocol||DiO 1.0|
|Radio frequency||433.92 MHz|
|Contents||One 1000-W flush On/Off lighting module|
- 54855 user manual (v1.1 190514).pdf Télécharger
- 54855 red declaration (150119).pdf Télécharger
The benefits of wireless lighting
The smart lighting system offers the possibility to create special lighting moods in different rooms of the house, to create scenarios, to switch off all your lights at a single stroke when you go out, etc. It also lets you make significant energy savings by not leaving certain lights on unnecessarily.
Thanks to the flush-mount lighting module, you remotely control your light sources with no need to pull cables or add or move switches. With a simple box to connect to each lamp, you can manage all of your lamps at the same time using a wireless switch, a remote control, or even a smartphone, tablet, or PC thanks to the LiteBox.
Easy to install
Positioning a lighting module is extremely simple. Simply add a module to each lamp or group of lamps you want to control, switch to the “on” position to connect it to the DiO control of your choice, such as a wireless switch, a remote control, or via smartphone thanks to our LiteBox or DiO Home+ unit—and the job's done!
Control your lighting with voice control
With the DiO Home+, you can use a simple word to ask to turn the lights on or off. This function is only possible via Google Home or Amazon Alexa speakers.
Create life scenarios
To make life easier and more comfortable, you can also create several custom scenarios. For example, when the external natural light entering a room exceeds a certain brightness, your lamps switch off, or the lighting adapts according to the time of day and your presence (or not) in the house.