Simple Solutions to Control Your Lights; Remotes, Timers & More
Lighting controls offer features such as dimmers, auto light timers, and remote controls for your home light fixtures. Using some type of auto-control on your lights improves safety and saves you money by turning off your lights when they’re not needed. According to a recent consumer survey, the top three rooms people find most useful to install lighting controls are the bathroom, bedroom, and entryway.
There is a wide variety of products that allow you to automatically control your lights and they fall into three basic categories:
Operate Christmas lights, lamps, TV, stereo, or other small appliance with the convenience of a remote. Simply plug an item into the box and the handy remote allows you to control it from up to 80 ft. away. Approved for indoor or outdoor use.
Install this dusk-to-dawn flood light controller in seconds for automated control of your outdoor flood lights. Suited for wet and dry conditions alike, this product screws easily into your existing flood light socket. After screwing it in, simply install your flood light into the HS250D.
Rated for indoor and outdoor (in enclosed applications) use, the HS300D is an easy to install lighting control unit for incandescent only bulbs. Save time and money by having the HS300D turn your lights on at dusk and off at dawn. Photocell pivots so you can position it for maximum light exposure.
If you find hardwired dimmers difficult to install and use, then here is the XL150D wireless rotary dimmer to the rescue. Lesser quality products may be found at the box stores...don't be fooled by them...this is a high-quality product.
Great automatic light controls great for outdoor coach lights. The XP60 is a Carlon light control product that will automatically turn your light on at dusk and off at dawn. Adapts a standard light fixture to be used with candelabra bulbs.