This method enables a remote controlled system that can run without the need for any control wires. Therefore, if you have a retrofit, this system is likely more suited to you, since it will take less time to install than a wired system. That being said, if you are developing a recently built house, the wired system may be a better option.
This can be used for a single room or a whole house. There are a range of wireless dimmers available on the market which has compact proportions and so is easily hidden through the down-lighter holes. This means that the existing wiring can be used, and converting a traditional wiring to lighting control is relatively straightforward.
Below is a video that highlights what the wireless system does:
And below is a few images we have to show the ease of a wireless system (harder to get a picture of than you think). If this is something you are interested in, or would just like to know more about a Rako Wireless system, please reach out to us and we will gladly walk you through the steps of the system that best suits your home plans and budget.
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