LightwaveRF Reveal Range of Coordinating Smart Home Accessories

Smart Home tech specialist LightwaveRF have revealed a variety of new accessories to complement their existing products.

These aren’t new RF units, but rather a range of accessories to blend in with their existing wireless home automation devices. The range includes a fan isolator switch and various 1 and 2 gang plate wall switches and sockets with and without neon indicators.

Other products include a phone socket, TV aerial port and an Ethernet network socket. Each unit will be available in three finishes, white, chrome or stainless steel to match with the existing LightwaveRF products. A dual voltage shaver socket has also been added to the range which is available in white.

Prices range from £7 to £35 and if you’re ready to coordinate your home wall plates they will be available around April this year.

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4 Comments on "LightwaveRF Reveal Range of Coordinating Smart Home Accessories"

  1. I’ve been looking at a lot of ranges of sockets and switches recently for a kitchen renovation, and these look a lot like the ML Knightsbridge screwless range (https://www.mlaccessories.co.uk/range/32/screwless-range)

  2. Strangely i was thinking that’d be a great thing for them to do the other day. The only thing i wish they’d do as well would be some grid switches with up/down options for blinds!

  3. In response to Tim Dawe’s post I use TLC-Direct as they are competitive on price and I am sure it is Knightsbridge.

    http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Main_Index/Wiring_Accessories_Menu_Index/index.html

    For more specialist requirements like 3, 6, 9 grids or retractive switches I use the Get PLC range

    The Lightwave range looks nice though

  4. Great idea but too late for me. Needed a cooker switch and a fused switch so after a couple of tries got something that matched fairly well. Not sure if these above would match the black chrome LWRF that we have.

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