How do you turn your home into a smart home? Give it a brain. That’s what a controller is—The controller is the brain of your smart home. It manages your home automation system, allowing the electronic devices in your home to work together—from lighting and security, to music and video, and pretty much anything else in between. No matter the size of your home, whether you’re automating a single room or a sprawling mansion, Control4 controllers are capable of powering your entire home automation system.
The Control4 T3 Series In-Wall Touch Screens deliver always-on, dedicated control over all the technology in your home or business. Featuring gorgeous, low-profile designs with edge-to-edge glass and stunning, high-resolution graphics, these touch screens look amazing on any wall. All models include HD video intercom and crystal-clear audio intercom for convenient communications from room to room or with visitors at the door.
The Control4® Decora Wired Keypad combines beautiful aesthetics and flexible button configuration, providing a stunning user interface that elegantly controls any aspect of a Control4® system. Control lights, scene, music, security—the possibilities are endless. The keypad can be configured with two to seven buttons using four different button sizes for a total of 37 possible configurations. There’s no need to worry about how many buttons will be needed on a specific keypad prior to (or even after) installation.
The Control4® 8x8 HDMI Matrix Switch distributes eight HDMI sources to eight video display locations with full HD clarity. All video sources connect to the HDMI Matrix Switch in a central location, tucked away and out of sight. As an added benefit, wiring and clutter are reduced substantially with HDBaseT distribution of HD video, audio, Ethernet and control over a single Cat-5e/6 cable to each TV location.
The Control4® Wireless Adaptive Phase Dimmer is the dimmer of choice for virtually any load type. This dimmer eliminates much of the guess-work associated with choosing the right dimmer for the job and prevents the need to replace the dimmer if the load type changes in the future.