Wireless lighting controllers

Danlers
Wireless controls from Danlers can be used to control electrical loads such as lighting in buildings where it is not practical to install cables.
Wireless controllers from Danlers enable lighting to be switched or dimmed and are described as offering a practical solution to complying with Part L of the Building Regulations, especially in buildings where cables are not practical. These controllers can also be used with other electrical loads and are available as hand-held and wall-mounted versions. Danlers has recently added more colour finishes to the range of wall units. They are now available in matt white, matt black and silver, light-bronze and dark-bronze metallic-effect finishes. Wall senders are available as 1-gang, 2-gang and 4-gang versions for controlling several loads from one sensor. These controls are easy to install, and a simple programming procedure provide control set-ups from a simple single room to an entire building.
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