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No. Touch Art switches are designed to go with the same electrical wiring practices of modular switches and hence a good electrician can install and wire the switches in the standard Indian modular switch boxes.
No. You can install these switches in any standard 2M, 4M, 6M, 8M and 12M metal or surface mount boxes.
Yes. TouchArt supplies two types dimmers.
  • Dimmers for normal bulbs – GLS
  • Dimmers for CFL or LED with 1-10V electronic ballast/drivers
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  • In case of GLS lamps (ordinary bulbs) you can connect a total load of 200watts per circuit
  • In case of CFL or LED lamps you can connect 2 to 3 fittings per circuit irrespective of the low wattage. This is because these lamps are inductive or capacitive loads being driven by electronic transformers of low voltage.
Touch Art switches are available in many combinations from single switch to nine switch controls in one panel. In addition to fan and switch combinations, there are two types of special combination switch for
  • 3 lights, two fans and one curtain control or
  • 5 lights, two fans and one curtain control
  • 4 lights, two fans and three scenes
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No motion sensors can not detect through glass
No. The vapour of the hot showers will deposit on the lens of the sensor making it in effective.
No. For motion sensors to be operative there should be good movements of human body at regular intervals of less than 3 minutes in the IR field.
Thanks to the Toyama Wizhom wireless technology. No planning is required. Any time you can choose to install the switches and TGate and start enjoying the automation.
No special wiring or skills are required for either the switches or the TGate. Normal modular switch wiring is good enough to install the switches. The TGate requires only a 220V socket for plugging. The whole Toyama Wizhom solution is just plug and play.
Yes you can simply install the Wizhom Automation devices as retrofit and start enjoying the automation.