Hager Blings Its New Berker Smart Lighting Switches

The new line includes aluminium, glass and Swarovski crystals.


Even with all of the color choices, light switches aren’t exactly the most exciting part of the Electronic House. Hager is hoping to change the way you look at lighting with its newly launched Berker line.

The smart lighting line includes some interesting wiring accessories, designed to add a bit of bling into people’s homes. That will come in the form of aluminum, glass and Crystallized Swarovski Elements. Many of the new offerings are built specifically for use with home automation systems, so you can ooze convenience at the touch of one very stylish button.

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According to Hager, the cream of the crop is the TS Crystal Ball (pictured above). It’s described to have “a multi-faceted, polished Crystallized Swarovski Elements crystal” covering a touch-sensitive optical reflection sensor. With one touch, it can operate lights, blinds, shutters, and more.

For the subtler decor, the TS Sensor is available in black, aluminum and white. Besides having plenty of color options, it can combine up to eight functions with a room thermostat and display. That way, you can activate lighting, heating or motors with one button.

One other switch is known as the B.IQ. Available in glass, stainless steel and aluminum, this can combine up to four functional elements, including temperature, lighting, and more.

Currently, the Berker line is exclusive to the UK. For more information about both switches and the options available, check out the Hager website.

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