EI Live!: Janus debuts Control4 lighting enhancements

posted on Friday, 10th September 2021 by Steve May

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Smart home technology integration specialist Janus Technology will unveil its Color Wheel for Control4 and Circadian Lighting drivers at the EI Live! trade show, and throw a spotlight on services it offers to technology installers when it comes to heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) control.

Color Wheel for Control4 is an intuitive web interface for integrators to easily adjust and regulate multiple lighting channels from different controllers, including Control4 RGB, RGBW and Tuneable White (WW) Lighting drivers.

Running as a service on any Control4 T3 or T4 touchscreen supporting webview, Color Wheel for Control4 makes lighting set up configuration super-fast and simple. Visitors to EI Live! will be able to see how it auto-detects all compatible lights to build an attractive interface, which can support up to 8 scenes per room with on-screen visual scene colour indication.

Color Wheel for Control 4 is widely compatible with a large range of control devices, including Lutron, Rako, KNX lighting control, supporting all KNX datapoints, low cost WiFi RGB controllers and more.

Also on display will be its new Circadian Lighting driver suite, which allows integrators to program human-centric lighting for any tuneable white dimmers. Each circadian lighting controller can configure a schedule for a subset of lights to enable the creation of multiple, entirely different schedules on any one project. In this way, integrators can synchronise the colour temperature of lamps to a specific location and/or available daylight levels or even program the sleep schedule to give warmer colours at bedtime and cooler ones during the day.

Visitors will also experience the Janus Control4 BMS Monitor, which enables easy monitoring and adjustment of thermostat data via a web interface, and Janus Heatmiser / Coolmaster thermostat driver for Control4.

EI Live runs September 29 – 30, at the Farnborough Exhibition Centre.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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