The TAP sample case was designed as a portable sales tool meaning integrators can easily transport and exhibit the TAP range to their customers. The case comes with a power supply which can be connected to the sample case to illuminate the halo light on the central demo coupler unit. The brightness of the halo light can be changed if required.
As the halo light is essential to the final aesthetic of the TAP range, the sample case was specially designed to demonstrate the halo light effect. The central coupler, once powered, illuminates the attractive and functional halo light which delivers the crisp, clean light ring around the TAP switch.
The sample case has intentionally been left with space for more TAP keypad samples to be added as new front plates are released. Whilst Faradite has not explicitly announced what finishes are to be added to the range, the TAP Volt Free range looks like it will become a popular product for installers of systems such as Lutron, Crestron, Loxone, Rako, Control4 and thanks to the Volt Free / Dry Contact outputs, many more.
Matt Emberson, Marketing manager at Faradite gives some insight into the reasons behind the TAP Sample Case, “We understand choosing switches for a project is a very personal decision and customers really benefit from seeing the finishes in person.” going on to explain that “Giving our installers the tools they need to deliver great smart home projects has always been a priority for Faradite.”