AMTEK Self-Powered Wireless Light Switches are completely wireless and battery-free.
This offers unique flexibility in installation and operation.
AMTEK Wireless Light Switches are powered by kinetic-energy-harvesting technology. A press of the switch is converted into a small amount of electricity, which transmits a wireless radio-frequency signal to controllers and other devices. Use our switches to remotecontrol your lighting control relays without running wires to the switch location.
Businesses can reduce annual
energy costs by 25% with
Avoid disrupting business
operations by installing our
controls quickly during off
Our wireless controls can be
installed in places where wired
controls cannot, creating new
opportunities for saving.
Solar-power and motion sensors are designed to save energy by turning down lights automatically
SELF-POWERED & WIRELESS
Our wireless switches and sensors are powered by kinetic and solar energy and do not require wiring.
ENERGY CODE COMPLIANCE
Our products comply with current government and industry energy codes DLC, California Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1.
Android & iOS apps available
for adjusting your lighting
AMTEK provides wireless solutions for EnOcean, ZigBee, and Bluetooth-powered IoT systems.
Easy integration with your building management system using BACnet protocol.
Control a single xture or a group of lights with the AMTEK Single and Dual-Rocker Switches.
The switches communicate with 902 MHz EnOcean, ZigBee and Bluetooth protocols.
EnOcean switches use their 902 MHz protocol to send a wireless RF signal to controllers and gateways
ZigBee switches communicate wirelessly with a wide variety of ZigBee-compatible systems
Bluetooth switches communicate wirelessly with a wide variety of Bluetooth-compatible systems
Control multiple individual light xtures or groups of lights with the AMTEK Hand-held Dual-Rocker Self-Powered Wireless Light Switch. Each rocker can separately control an unlimited number of AMTEK controllers that are within range.
EnOcean Switches use their 902 MHz protocol to send a wireless RF signal to controllers and gateways