Lutron’s RadioRA 3 features a light bar design that has a soft glow, making it easy to find in the dark. The system also has a new all-in-one processor that is powered over ethernet, which installers can place centrally in a customer's home, without the need for a nearby power outlet, to optimize the system’s RF network connectivity.
Lutron’s Vive PowPak phase select dimming module offers a remote-mountable dimming option that can easily adapt to the various phase-dimming needs of a project. It mounts horizontally or vertically in a 4x4 junction box on either the wall or ceiling.
Sylvania’s 23W Smart+ ZigBee 15-in. flush-mount luminaire is controlled by smartphone, tablet and voice integration. It is compatible with major smart home automation systems, and users can create schedules and light scenes. The color temperature is tunable between 2,700–6,500K.
Leviton’s 15A, 120/277V AC Decora smart switch with HomeKit technology can be used with the Leviton app for control of connected loads, grouping into rooms and zones for easy control and access to advanced lighting control settings, including LED response activity. Use Siri on your iOS device to turn lights on/off with voice activation.
Wyze’s Bulb Color automates sleep routines by gradually illuminating or darkening with time. Users can command the lights by asking Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to turn them on/off, adjust brightness or change color. Dedicated white light controls enable users to choose a setting. Custom presets to change scenes can be created with a tap.
Eaton’s 120V AC Wi-Fi smart dimmer integrates with Amazon Alexa. Once installed, users open the Amazon Alexa app to find and set up the device. Users control lighting and motor loads with voice commands. Users can also remotely control devices, create routines and schedules and group devices together using the app.