A lot of people are adding a splash of color into automated lighting these days. We’ve seen a variety of different smart bulbs that can emit color, such as the Philips hue. Why wouldn’t you want that same little splash for your lighting controller?
The perfect match may just be the Oracle Lighting Smart Touch Multifunction Controller. This device has a flat glass panel design that looks a little like an old-school iPod. However, it doesn’t make beautiful music; instead, it cranks out a rainbow of different colors—at different speeds.
Oracle has packed plenty of technology inside the tiny device, which has been designed to control all sorts of RGB lighting options. Some of the tech includes a touch control chip, which boasts better touch sensitivity and less mistaken triggers.
The interface was made to be pretty, as well as pretty easy, with buttons for Power, Mode Select, Speed Increase/Decrease, Brightness Increase/Decrease, and the Color Select Wheel. What that means exactly is that this teeny controller has all sorts of nifty features, including 11 different pattern changes, 100-step brightness control, and 100 options for speed. The touch wheel also delivers 64 touch points for precision control of your color selections.
Designed for use with a variety of LED lighting products, including RGB Flex LED Lighting Strips, panel lights, wall-washer lights and more, the Oracle Lighting Smart Touch Multifunction Controller also boasts an easy setup process, so you should be able to squeeze it into almost any lighting setup.
The Oracle Lighting Smart Touch Multifunction Controller is selling now, priced at $89.99.