Video: Control4 Demos “Panelized” wise house illumination

Control4’s Blake VanCleave provides a quick behind the scenes look at a condo in Indiana that features a Panelized illumination system.  The panel is inside a cabinet, totally hidden away from the customer…

The advantage of doing this then, is that the consumer only gets to see a single keypad in each one of these zones. The advantage there is cleanliness, not a great deal of big gadgets in the wall, I understand that I’ll generally have some “scenes” that then I can press that enables me to execute a scene rather than controlling each private tons separately. now that we have all of the gadgets mounted in the closet, where all the tons as well as panelized products are going to go, in this zone now we are just going to have a single keypad. That keypad will enable me to manage any type of tons in this shower room in this instance, which is a number of 3 different tons — I have a fan, I have a pendant, as well as I have a can light. When I turn off the lights, it makes it simple to see in a dark zone that the lights (on the keypad) immediately ramp up as well as I can always understand what light I’m controlling, again, with a single gadget as well as one button push. This is a fantastic concept as well as a fantastic space to show off Panelized Lighting. We have six different tons just in this bedroom alone so rather than a number of different switches mounted everywhere, I just have a single keypad. much a lot more cosmetically-pleasing, much much easier to use, as well as it’s scene-based. So one button then can turn off the entire scene. If I have a nighttime scene as well as a daytime scene, one button push might lower my blinds, turn on my fireplace, execute all my illumination tons the method I like them ideal before I go to bed or as I enjoy TV.”

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