Delta Light introduces Wireless Control Dimming, enabling you to control and manage a selection of luminaires via mobile devices (Apple or Android). Casambi enabled luminaires can also be controlled from a regular power or wall switch without the Casambi app. It is possible to use the wall switch for dimming, controlling one scene with multiple luminaires or switching through multiple scenes.

Here you can see the New Collection luminaires which can be combined with the Wireless Control Dimming unit. Solutions are also available for other led luminaires in the Delta Light range.

Bluetooth control unit for LED drivers
Two different units are currently available : a wireless control unit for luminaires equipped with 0-10V (and 1-10V) or equipped with DALI dimming interface.

Easy to install. You don’t need any new wiring, switches, devices or networks. Plug in the lighting fixture and pair it with your smartphone or tablet.
No other configurations needed.

Easy to use. You can control your lights with an intuitive and visual user interface on your smartphone or tablet.

Easy to enjoy. With a tap on your smartphone you can set the ambience for study, watching a movie or a romantic dinner. With the Casambi App you can control your luminaires singularly or in groups.

How to in 5 easy steps
1. Order your desired Wireless Control Dimming unit
(not standard included with luminaire)
2. Install the Wireless Control Dimming unit
3. Download the Casambi App in the App or Play Store.
4. Find your Wireless Control Dimming unit in the Casambi app, using Bluetooth.
5. Take a picture of your room and place the light controls upon the related pictures.
Now you can visually manage your luminaires directly through the picture.

Click here for the manual of the smartphone and tablet application.

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