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Control LED strip lights via remote

17 Jan 2013  | Carolyn Mathas

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The T-Series of LED dimmers and controllers for LED strip lights from Environmental Lights includes the Multi-Zone White Adjustable Touch Dimmer, Multi-Zone LED Touch Dimmer and a Programmable RGB LED Touch controller.

"Our Multi-Zone Dimmers are ideal for homes, businesses, and commercial facilities where different rooms or areas in a room require different types of lighting," said Alicia Cheng, Director of Product Development. "By controlling each zone individually you have the ability to create the perfect ambiance in multiple areas, as well as save energy by turning off the zones that are not needed."


T-Series


Each remote control features a touch-sensitive colour wheel, pre-set programs, memory function and compatible receivers for creating custom lighting design in any home or business. The touch-sensitive controllers and receivers allow users to wireless customise and control LED strip lights.



For more information visit EnvironmentalLights.com




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