Do you have doubts about whether you should choose a wall switch or a remote control? Why not just do both? The stylish AYCT-303 remote control converts into a wall switch in no time at all, thanks to its magnetic mounting plate.
The switch has four separately controllable channels and a group button to switch multiple lamps and devices at once.
Simple switching and dimming with one button
If you have plug-in dimmers or flush-mounted dimmers connected to your remote control, you can also use them as dimmers. Press and hold the button for the right channel for easy, stepless dimming. Press the left side of the button to make the lamp brighter, press the right side to dim the lamp. The same buttons are also used to switch your lamps on and off by just a short press.
Operate individually or as a group
With this Start-Line remote control, you can easily operate several lamps at the same time. Use up to four channels to switch lamps on and off or dim them, or use the smart group function to switch all lamps on and off at the same time.
Never lose your remote control
Thanks to the magnetic wall holder, you’ll never have to search for your remote for ages. Just attach the wall holder anywhere in the house and place the remote control in the wall holder after use. Always tidy, never lost!
Compatibility with Start-Line products
This remote control is part of the Trust Switch-in Start-line. This means that this remote control can be combined with other Start-line devices. For example, link the AYCT-303 to a built-in dimmer, plug-in switch or plug-in dimmer to operate these remotely.
From smart solutions to a Smart Home
With the Smart Bridge (or the Internet Control Station) you lay the basis for your smart home. Link all your Trust Switch-in products to the Bridge and operate everything – from lighting to electric curtains – with your smartphone or tablet. Or set your own timers, rules and scenes to fully automate your system. For example, the lights go on at night when you’re on holiday and the boiler is switched off when the CO detector detects a carbon monoxide leak.