Rako, Britain’s smart lighting controls manufacturer, will showcase its new Modular WK-MOD and RK-MOD keypads for wired and wireless systems on Stand 31 at EI Live!
The company will also reveal more about its partnership with QMotion UK which now provides dealers with a seamless experience when they specify and install automated wireless blinds and lighting control on a project.
“After successfully navigating the past eighteen months, we are excited about meeting the industry again face-to-face at EI Live! in Farnborough,” explains Paul Wafer, Director at Rako. “The show presents a great opportunity for dealers to take a close look at our latest innovations, led by the new Modular Keypad range. We will also be sharing more insights and practical information on our supply partnership with QMotion UK which makes integrating wireless blind control with Rako lighting control quicker, easier and more efficient. EI Live! promises to be quite an event.”
Capable of accommodating up to 12 push buttons in a variety of lighting, shading and audio control configurations, the Modular range from Rako offers significant customisation and a premium finish to suit varying application requirements. The range features three different button sizes which can be combined in multiple ways to create custom button layouts, perfectly tailored to an installation. All keypads are also fully programmable with Rako’s Rasoft Pro software.
QMotion FM Roller and Roman blinds can already be natively integrated via the Rako RK-HUB or WK-HUB into Rako wired and wireless lighting control systems, without the need for special drivers or additional interfaces. Now, Rako customers will be able to access QMotion wireless shading solutions via Rako as well as training, sales, technical support and additional window treatment offerings.
Also on display will be Rako’s feature-rich HUB interface which now offers increased functionality and simplified third party integration together with wired and wireless keypads from the classically elegant EOS range.
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