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Created on Monday 15th January, 2018.

More and more customers are demanding smart lighting in their homes for ease, comfort and of course energy saving.

At the CES show, Legrand have announced their new products which they have aimed at working with most major smart home platforms.

The new range is called the ‘Radiant Collection’ which includes a wide range of light switches, dimmers, wall plates and plug in modules, in addition to lighting and scene controllers. They integrate seamlessly with Alexa, Google Assist and Samsung’s SmartThings Cloud by working on the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) 1.3.1 security standard.

Pairing appears straight forward through Legrands intuitive Lighting Control app. The collection can also be controlled wirelessly with Android and iOS app for Apple Watch, smartphones and tablets and users can also control their lights whilst away from the home. Their in-wall devices are -installable in about 15-20 minute and plug in devices are usable straight out of the box.

Their products look great too after extensive research by Legrand to understand consumer requirements. Rebecca Gounaris, Legrands Director of Marketing supported this by saying “Careful monitoring and market research indicates that more than ever, homeowners expect convenient control and advanced design elements to be incorporated into their personal spaces. By introducing the radiant collection, Legrand is offering homeowners a step above ordinary when it comes to reflecting their personal style and saying connected to their personal spaces.”

It looks likes Legrand have achieved this. Their powerful platform allows users to adjust light levels, set up unique scenes and automatically schedule lighting by time of day or even with the rising and setting of the sun. Multiple lights around the home can be set up or configured with an easy touch of a button or unique voice command.

They are definitely one to look at for your customers.

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