One home, one app

Control lighting, heating and power and more all from one app.

Smartphone control from anywhere

Control your entire home wherever you are from one app. Every dimmer, socket, radiator valve, relay and sensor connects to the LightwaveRF App via the ‘Lightwave Link’. This smart plug & play box simply plugs into your existing WiFi broadband router.


Events, timers and scene lighting.

The free smartphone and tablet App can be downloaded from the App store or Google Play. It includes features such as timers, events and lighting scenes as standard. You can also control LightwaveRF devices in the home via handy wall mounted wire-free switches and scene lighting controllers, handheld remote controls or by automatic movement sensors.


Superior range. Reliable performance.

LightwaveRF boasts a wireless range that outperforms other standards such as WiFi, zigbee and bluetooth, meaning that one Lightwave Link is usually all that is needed to connect all LightwaveRF devices within a large house. It also makes for a more reliable system that works every time.


101 ways to use LightwaveRF

It was once casually suggested that there were probably ‘101 ways’ that you could use LightwaveRF. We later decided to challenge ourselves to come up with them. Click on the scenarios below to discover just some of the things that you can do.

101 ways to use LightwaveRF

No. 11 From dusk till dawn

Using the LightwaveRF App and Link, you can set lights or lamps to automatically come on at dusk or dawn everyday. The dusk and dawn timer automatically adjusts to cope with the changing light, making it much more sophisticated than a standard timer.

Any LightwaveRF lighting or power device, such as a dimmer, plug-in or in-line relay, can be timed in this way. It’s a very cost effective way to provide this intelligent solution throughout the home.


101 ways to use LightwaveRF

No. 7 One switch to rule them all…

A simple yet much underestimated piece of kit is the LightwaveRF Wire-free Switch. You can use this device to trigger any number of Lightwave devices at once. You can also do this with the Scene Selector (Mood Lighting Controller) or the Mood Remote.

At the press of one button, you can trigger dimmers and plugin sockets to turn on all of your lounge lamps, or perhaps turn off all of your sockets and standbys when you leave.

101 ways to use LightwaveRF

No. 16 Remotely manage my holiday home

LightwaveRF is very useful for monitoring and managing a second home, holiday home or static caravan. The energy monitor will allow you to keep an eye on power consumption; plugin sockets or dimmers can put on lights on a timer for security; Radiator Valves and Boiler control can make sure that the heating is under control and warm the house before you or your guests arrive; and relays or power sockets can manage gates, curtains or switch off anything that may have been left on.


101 ways to use LightwaveRF

No. 9 Scene control

Scene control provides a very convenient way to set the level of all of your room lights at once and recall it as a favourite saved setup. With the press of a single button on a LightwaveRF Mood Remote or Controller, Scene Setter, or the App, you can dim selected lights and lamps to provide the perfect atmosphere for watching a movie or to create a relaxed mood for entertaining guests. You can even include power sockets into the scene.

Traditionally, scene lighting has been complex, expensive and hardwired. LightwaveRF is different. It’s wireless, much simpler to install and setup, and more affordable! New modules can be added at any time, and adjustments to preset scenes can be made in seconds. Any LightwaveRF dimmers, power sockets or plug-in sockets can be included into a scene.


101 ways to use LightwaveRF

No. 10 Simulated Occupancy

Using the LightwaveRF app to set a random timer event, you can ensure that your lights will turn on and off at random times whilst you are away, during the evening or on holiday. This provides added security by giving the illusion that you are at home when you are not.

The random timer is better than a set timer, as the illusion is more complete. With a Lightwave Link and the LightwaveRF app, you can achieve simulated occupancy with as little as a lamp plugged into a plug-in dimmer.