iLight launches colour touch screen

A colour touch screen is the latest addition to iLight's range of intelligent lighting controls. With its high tech but functional design, the LCD screen offers a completely flexible means of controlling building lighting systems.

A colour touch screen is the latest addition to iLight's range of intelligent lighting controls. With its high tech but functional design, the LCD screen offers a completely flexible means of controlling building lighting systems.


Fully configurable via a personal computer, the 320 x 240 pixel control panel in the company's iCAN range can display plans of the building to allow fingertip selection of any previously programmed lighting scene. Plans, photo quality backgrounds, button styles and customer graphics can be downloaded to customise the display. This freedom of choice in the selection of graphics enables the unit to match the aesthetics of the room.

Its intuitive interface is particularly useful for complex lighting systems, as it offers multiple control functions and can be tailored to the precise needs of the user. The unit can be seamlessly integrated with third party equipment for controlling audiovisual equipment, intruder and fire alarms and opening and closing blinds and curtains for example.

The control panel bezel is available in stainless steel and brass finishes, and the unit can also be controlled by a hand -held remote control via the integrated infrared receiver.

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