Hubbell Control Solutions’ LightHawk dimming dual technology wall switch sensor combines passive infrared and ultrasonic technologies with 0–10V dimming. The user can set the occupied level to a predetermined level or set the sensor to activate to the last-used dimming level. This sensor covers up to 1,000 ft.2 and 180 degrees of detection.
Legrand’s Wattstopper LMSW-105-CCT color-control preset switch is a low-voltage CCT controller that sets and recalls preset lighting color temperature values and raises and lowers CCT levels. It automatically binds to any CCT load in a room while communicating with all other DLM devices to create a default sequence of operation as soon as it is plugged into a network.
Ecobee's Switch+ smart light switch with built-in Amazon Alexa enables users to use voice control for home automation. Users can ask to turn on the lights, control voice-enabled devices, play music or help with everyday tasks. It has built-in temperature and occupancy sensors.
Logitech’s Harmony Elite home control remote enables users to control all of their smart home devices with one system. Users can choose from preset activities or create their own. For example, “Good Night” could lower the blinds, lock the door and turn out the lights.
Lutron’s Caseta fan speed control has five buttons that turn the fan on and off, adjust the spin speed by four levels, and save users’ favorite speed on a dedicated button. In addition to the in-wall control, a Pico RF remote with a range of 30 ft. is available.