Lighting control plates

Published:  02 February, 2011

Cooper Controls, lighting, iLight, Kensington

The Kensington range of lighting control plates from iLight by Cooper Controls combines high-level functionality with stylish design. These discreet units have a low-profile design that stands just 4 mm off the wall. All plates fit a 35 mm-deep UK single-gang back box and have a screwless fixing, so they can be retrofitted to existing installations.

They are available in two, five, seven and nine standard button configurations, with or without infra-red control. The buttons have white LEDs, and the choice of high-quality metal finishes includes brushed stainless steel, bright chrome, polished brass and white. Custom finishes are available to special order.

For more information on this story, click here:  Feb 2011, 164

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