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A lighter touch

A smarter alternative to traditional light switches, the Antumbra range of control panels by Philips Dynalite features a new glass touch screen similar to that of a smartphone.

Suited to high-end residential, hospitality and commercial market applications, the AntumbraTouch panels incorporate hidden sensory inputs for proximity, light and temperature, and can be custom-configured to control a variety of functions from localized lighting scenes to temperature monitoring and managing networked devices like blinds and HVAC systems.

Its “field-effect” technology enables the panel to sense your presence when nearby and start a welcoming light wash effect on the wall that fades as you move away. The fascias are available in black or white and can be combined with black, white, aluminium or chrome rim.

The Antumbra range, including the 2013 Australian International Design Award winning AntumbraButton are available from resellers of Philips Dynalite.

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