HomeTouch Unveils New 1000 -Watt Dimmer

HomeTouch, the patented lighting control system for existing homes, announces the release of a new 1000-watt Dimmer Module. This new piece allows lighting control for larger loads like chandeliers and landscape lighting without the need to rewire.

LiteTouch, Inc. announces the release of the new 1000 -Watt Dimmer Module for the HomeTouch line of lighting control products. This new piece allows lighting control of large capacity loads in existing homes without the need to rewire. The de -rating for multi -gang situations is 1000 -Watts, 900 -Watts and 700 -Watts actual ratings.


"The addition of a true 1000 -Watt Dimmer Module broadens the scope of the HomeTouch System considerably. Now we've greater capacity to control a full 1000 watts for larger loads like chandeliers, landscape lighting and great rooms," said Rick White, HomeTouch Sales Manager for LiteTouch, Inc.

The 1000 -Watt Module is available in White, Ivory, Almond and Black and in a variety of multi -gang faceplates. Each Wall Module can be ordered in an attractive Designer Series Style or a traditional Decora Series, making it easy to fit to any taste.

Each HomeTouch Wall Module ships with three blank buttons and a 90 -title label slick so each button can be easily identified. Each box also comes with button retainers for 1 -, 2 - and 3 -button configurations making changes literally a snap. For quick differentiation from other HomeTouch Modules, the 1000 -watt Dimmer capture plate is tinted black.


HomeTouch Lighting Control works on a home's existing electrical wiring so that all of the features and conveniences of lighting control and home automation are available without rewiring of any kind. HomeTouch - a product of LiteTouch Inc. - is a revolutionary, fully -patented powerline carrier system setting a new standard in reliability and control.

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