Faradite TAP Range
It's not just a light switch
The Faradite TAP switch plates have been designed for use with 24V home automation systems such as Loxone.
They integrate with your smart home control system, providing a stylish wall-mounted interface to control your lights, music, blinds and much more.
All our switches come with a temperature sensor. Knowing the temperature of each room is the key to an energy efficient smart home
Our favourite feature - the TAP Range gives tactile vibration feedback at each touch, and works with double/triple click functions
Compatible with Loxone and other 5-30V home automation systems
Connects to the digital inputs of smart home automation systems, allowing your switch plate to control multiple devices
TAP-5 extra product features
Connects to Loxone
The Faradite TAP range is designed to connect directly to the Loxone Tree Bus using a Nano DI Tree module, making the installation of the TAP range incredibly quick and easy. Alternatively, they can be connected directly to Loxone’s digital inputs on the Miniserver itself, or to any of the Loxone extensions that have digital inputs including the handy DI extension.
The Loxone Miniserver requires a 1-wire extension to integrate to the TAP-5’s temperature sensor.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication
The TAP-1 is perfect for those rooms where you just have lighting and heating. Our switch plates are fully compatible with the Loxone standard - for example, triple click for whole house off and press and hold for dimming.
Talk with a Loxone partner to understand the options and take control of your smart home in style.
Effortless control at your fingertips
When a room has multiple automated functions such as blinds and music as well as lights, then the TAP-5 is the way to go.
The TAP-5’s buttons can be configured by your Loxone partner to control anything in the house. We recommend that the centre button is always used for lighting, and this also ensures consistency with other rooms that might just have a TAP-1. The outside buttons can then be used exclusively for control of extended functions.
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