Touch Switches, The Modern Way To Turn Off the Lights
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Touch Switches, The Modern Way To Turn Off the Lights

As you probably expected, our world is slowly taking the path of complete digitalization. More and more products are daily being reinvented and they become modern, user-friendly with just-a-touch-away functions. These elegant touch-sensitive switches fit the description. The latest collection from Basalte features some truly fascinating designs of led and simple switches. The colors are mainly gray and black, which gives them the possibility of adapting to simple and modern interiors. Round or square, some of them also come with elegant imprinted patterns. Here you have some information about how you can contact the suppliers in order to make an order. -via Trendir


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6 comments

  • heleno suassuna October 15, 2009 at 11:59 AM Login to Reply →

    nice blog, interesting posts…greetings from brazil.

  • cee EL October 20, 2009 at 04:04 AM Login to Reply →

    Would these be euro specific wiring or are they adaptable for the US? I cannot find a switch anything remotely updated from the “modern” switches of lutron.

  • zeno October 20, 2009 at 20:19 PM Login to Reply →

    These are European switches, they need European style in-wall boxes so they don’t fit in US-style boxes.
    But I think these kind off boxes can also be found in the US.
    They are designed for home automation systems. There are versions that can be used in combination with systems like Crestron and AMX.
    The round ones have a low voltage dry contact closure output, you can use them with the most home automation ssytems.
    They’re very new, but created already quit a buzz in the European high end automation market.

  • Carpet Cleaning Edinburgh October 21, 2009 at 00:10 AM Login to Reply →

    They look great! Wonder how much they cost.

  • J July 3, 2010 at 20:43 PM Login to Reply →

    These type of touch switches have been available in Europe for over 30 – 40 years my grandmother has one in her apartment and she had been living there for at least 40 years. It’s not new teck