Blog - Category: Rako Showrooms South West
Posted on: 03 Nov 2021. Category: Rako Showrooms South West
Rako Showrooms South West
Looking for Home automation in the South west? Ablectrics have 2 locations with working displays to show you the leading smart lighting control system. Our showroom in Bristol where we can discuss everything you need for your lighting, including offering a lighting design service, and our display at the National Self build and renovation Centre in Swindon
Rako provides state-of-the-art digital dimming technology, providing innovative solutions to meet the needs of a diverse range of applications. We realise that planning a project can be confusing, especially with the vast array of lamp types and fittings now available. Rako have an unparalleled range of products, together with a hugely experienced support team and network of trained dealers, there's always someone able and willing to help.
The Hub is the central control unit for all your smart home devices. Plugged either directly, or via a network into a router, the RK-HUB provides a Rako system with the following features: Voice control, system programming and 3rd party control interface. This is one of our latest innovations that helps all your devices communicate with each other from a small counter-top sized unit. Its connection with the Rako Cloud services also supports all the major branded smart home speakers like Alexa, Siri and Google Home. Which means you can now operate your lights, blinds, LED tape and even water features through the voice command.
There are 2 types of systems, wired and wireless, The following products are from the wireless range. You have switching,RMS800, and Dimming, RMT500. These are the most used types of receivers and cover all types of standard lighting. There is also specific controllers for LED tape. These items sit on each circuit you wish to control which in turn talks to the hub.
Wireless control panels can be both surface or flush mounted(Surface mounted does not need any back box). They are available in a range or finishes and button types, Their new EOS plates give a clean and elegant look compared to the older classic plates. The wireless plates all have replaceable batteries which are readily available.
ted, neither need wires and surface mounting eliminates the need for a back-box. Wired panels connect using a cat5 network with LED tell-back indicators.