Square D Clipsal Lighting Stylish Enough for ‘Ocean’s Thirteen’
The movie set of the latest 'Ocean's' sequel release features sleek keypads and switches from Square D Clipsal.
Square D touchscreen
Square D Clipsal’s color touchscreen
June 12, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Looking for lighting control products that are hip and stylish? Schneider Electric has announced that its sleek, distinct Square D Clipsal have some Hollywood appeal—they are included on the set of “Ocean’s Thirteen,” which hit the big screen last Friday.

The company’s Saturn and Neo keypads and touchscreens were chosen by the movie’s set designer and were placed throughout the “Ocean’s Thirteen” set.

Square D Clipsal lighting control products include dimmers, relays, motion sensors and input devices such as switches and touch screens that the company says are crafted in European styling.

Saturn and Neo keypads are available in multiple switch gangs, all with LED switch indicators that provide illumination and status feedback, while Saturn and Neo switches with Dynamic Labeling Technology (DLT) allow for electronic labeling of switches according to homeowner preferences and use a backlit LCD screen that can display text or bitmap labels along with function indicators like bar graphs.

Go to www.squaredlightingcontrol.com for more details.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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