Most of our Clients want to install, replace, or rewire lighting controls without the hassle and cost of knocking holes in walls, ceilings, etc., hiring an electrician and running new wires.
Lightning Switch products can be installed in minutes (sometimes in seconds), at a small fraction of the cost.
In renovation projects, the Lightning Switch can save hundreds and even thousands of dollars in re-wiring costs. This is especially true in solid wall construction, like brick and concrete structures, buildings with cement-stucco walls and log homes.
Many of our Clients want to add light controls in difficult or inconvenient places like closets, shower stalls, toilets, kitchens, stairways, basements, attics and garages.
Lightning Switch is great for controlling bathroom, kitchen and attic exhaust fans.
A popular use for Lightning Switches is in leased spaces. Lightning Switch Transmitters can be attached to modular walls and left there. You can move the wall whenever you want to rearrange the space for a new tenant, and the “switch” never needs to be re-wired… because it has no wires.
Some of our Customers, however, have come up with their own ways of using the Lightning Switch... many of which we never imagined when we invented the product.
Some other Ways People Are Using the Lightning Switch:
1) Hotel Taxi Calling System
Each bellman has a Transmitter to control a stop/go light at a taxi stand.
2) Combat Simulation Training
US government, specific application unknown
3) Senior Call for Assistance System
For assisted living facilities, patient pushes Transmitter to call for help.
4) Casino Table Service Calls
Dealer pushes Transmitter to call for chips, drinks, etc.
5) Control of Lift for the Handicapped
6) Doctor is Ready for Patient
Doctor pushes a Transmitter in the examining room to turn on a signal at the nurse's station to indicate that the doctor is free and ready for the next patient.
7) Control Lights on Docks/Boats from Shore/House
8) Control Christmas Tree Lights
9) Control All of Your Holiday Window Candles at Once
10) Factory Floor Alerts
Worker pushes a Transmitter at his station to control a signal light to indicate a need for assistance, for more product to process, etc.
11) Control Landscape Lighting, Fountains, Pumps for Ponds, etc.
12) “Safe from Shock Hazard” Light Controls for Use in Wet Areas
Lightning Switch Transmitters generate their own power -- they have no outside source of electricity -- so there is no danger of electrical shock.
13) One Touch Control of Store Fixture Lighting
One Transmitter is used to control all showcase lights in entire store.
14) Back Lighting of Framed Art
12V Lightning Receiver controls battery-powered lamp that backlights framed art such as transparencies.
15) Individual Control of Overhead Lights in Office Cubicle Area
Each desk has its own wireless/batteryless control to switch on/off ceiling mounted lighting for that cubicle.