Legrand Displays New Vantage Controls – adorne Low-Voltage Keypad at CEDIA 2017

September 12, 2017

Vantage Controls, a brand of Legrand, is proud to display the Vantage – adorne Low-Voltage Keypad at CEDIA 2017 in Legrand Booth #5100. This keypad combines the unique and appealing adorne aesthetic with the power of Vantage’s’ low voltage keypad technology. The collaboration between the two Legrand brands brings homeowners using the InFusion® lighting control system by Vantage more flexibility and design opportunities, including the option to match with other adorne products such as outlets and wall plates.

 “This is a powerful collaboration by two of our exciting brands,” said Mark Moody, Product Manager at Vantage Controls. “Dealers can now offer homeowners a wider variety of aesthetic options for customizing InFusion lighting controls, and customers using adorne now have the option of integrated lighting and shade control.”

The keypad provides more options to bring elegance into the home with the added benefits of seamless integration, simplicity, and a high level of personalization that comes with the Vantage automated lighting control system.

This solution can control up to 3,600+ lighting loads and provides room-by-room or whole house scene control as well as personalized control through Equinox touchscreens and applications. The new series of user interface keypads are available in 1-, 3-, or 6-button configurations per switch with a wide range of faceplate styles and finishes. Further, the ability to utilize programmable buttons makes it a perfect solution for reduced wall clutter.

The keypads come with Touch™ an innovative capacitive touch feature by adorne that turns lights on and off with just a soft touch of the finger. They provide scene-based control and are available in low voltage two-wire bus versions.


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