Rako takes a fresh approach at EI Live!

Rako lighting

Rako will be showcasing the capabilities of its refreshed app on Stand 23 at EI Live! on 14-15 September at Farnborough Exhibition Centre.

The refresh now allows users to control colour temperature and light intensity with a touch slider. It means clients can adjust their lighting to suit their needs for a particular task or set scenes to link the lighting with their individual circadian rhythms.

The app can control all Rako systems, both wired and wireless, allowing easy hand-held control of lighting, curtains and blinds. Connecting via a hub, the app allows programming and storing of new scene levels and offers colour wheel control for RGB and RGBW fittings.

“We are delighted to be bringing our refreshed app to EI Live!” explains Paul Wafer, Director at Rako. “Tuneable colour temperature and its perceived benefits have been growing in popularity recently. For obvious reasons, homeowners are interested in the sleep and health benefits of circadian lighting, and we have definitely seen an increase in requests for tuneable lighting as a result. So, it is great to come to the show and demonstrate the new capabilities of our app. We are looking forward to showing visitors the app in action.”

Also on display will be Rako’s Modular keypads. Capable of accommodating up to 12 push buttons in a variety of lighting, shading and audio control configurations, the Modular range offers unrivalled customisation and a premium finish to suit varying application requirements.

To register for EI Live! click here.

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