Trust Smart Home Applications
1. Trust Smart Home Come & Go
You’re not at home, so your house looks dark and empty. You would like to have some lights go on/off automatically, so it looks like someone is at home.
With the TMT-502 timer Remote you can program up to 12 different timers, so your lighting goes on/off at random or fixed times. The remote control works with every Trust Smart Home receiver, such as the AC-1000 that can be placed in any indoor socket.
You come home in the dark and the outdoor lights are off, so you can barely see where you walk.
With the AKCT-510 Keychain Remote Control you can turn on your outdoor lighting wirelessly, so you always have enough light before you get out of your car. Moreover, by installing an ACM-1000 Build-in Switch in the hallway you can turn on your indoor lights simultaneously.
You are away from home. However, it is starting to get dark outside and there are no lights on in your house. When you come home you would like to have some lights turned on.
With the Internet Control Station (ICS-1000), you easily switch your lights on with your smartphone in different rooms in your house, while you are not at home. Of course, you also have the possibility to program timers with your Internet Control Station.
2. Trust Smart Home Sunset/Sunrise
In the winter, you don’t like getting up in the dark in the morning.
With the TPC-300 Home Control Station you can assign a range of timer programs to your Trust Smart Home dimmers. This way, you can turn on the lights in different rooms, at different times and at a different brightness (from low to high). This is the most comfortable and natural way of waking up.
In the fall and winter, it gets dark early. When you come home after work, it is nice when some lights in and around your house are already on.
The ABST-604 Light Sensor can automatically switch on one or more Trust Smart Home receivers when it gets dark. The lights will automatically switch off after a pre-programmed time (2-8 hours) or when it gets light again.
3. Trust Smart Home DIY
You would like to install a multiway switch, but it is tricky to install an extra switch wire to the second light switch
Install the AWMR-210 Mini Build-in Dimmer behind an existing single wall switch and place the AWST-8800 Wireless Wall Switch anywhere you want in order to create the perfect wireless multiway switch.
In the new self-made storage space on the attic is no room for light switches
Connect the ACM-1000 Build-in Switch to the existing light-wiring and place the AMST-606 Magnet Switch onto the hatch that leads to the attic. As soon as you open/close the hatch, the lights will automatically switch on/off. This is also an ideal solution for e.g. walk-in closets or luxury wardrobes.
4. Trust Smart Home Energy Saving
Lights are often on for too long, simply because people forget to turn them off or because the switch is located inconveniently.
Trust Smart Home products allow you to control your lights wirelessly in and around your house. For example, install an AFR-060 Fitting Switch in the fitting of a lamp and use the AYCT-102 Remote Control to turn the lamp on and off whenever you want. This is an easy and comfortable way of saving energy.
Outdoor and porch lights are also often on for too long, because people forget to switch them off.
The PIR-2050 Wireless Outdoor Motion Sensor, TMT-502 Timer Remote Control and TPC-300 Home Control Station are all easy and effective products to make it more convenient to switch your lights on and off, thereby saving energy.
5. Trust Smart Home in the Living Room
You are in the middle of an exciting book and you would like some more light. Unfortunately, the light switch is located at the other end of the room, while you would rather stay seated so you can keep on reading.
By installing the AWMR-210 Mini Build-in Dimmer behind a single wall switch, you can also control your lights with the AYCT-102 Remote Control. The wall switch remains operational, so you can keep on using it as before.
You would like to have a light switch near the kitchen table, so you don’t have to walk to the door to turn on the lights. However, you would rather not use a milling cutter in order to install the required electrical wiring in the wall.
The AWST-8800 Wireless Single Wall Switch can be placed anywhere, without cable hassle or high voltage. This means you can have a wall switch anywhere you like. The wireless wall switch can be combined with all Trust Smart Home receivers, e.g. the build-in switch ACM-1000. By combining 2 wireless wall switches, you can easily create a wireless multiway switch. This allows lighting to be controlled from either end.
You are sitting comfortably on the couch with your smartphone/tablet. However, it is starting to get dark outside and you want to switch on some of your lights. Also, you would like to dim the lights in your living room to set the right mood.
Use the ICS-1000, Internet Control Station in combination with a smartphone/table and WiFi connection to control your lighting. You can also combine different light setting into scenes, which you can activate by the push of a button. It is even possible to program different timers, so your lights switch on and off automatically.
6. Trust Smart Home in the Kitchen
Proper lighting in the kitchen is essential for practical reasons, but also to create the right dining atmosphere. It would be perfect if you have a light switch within reach, but out of sight.
The AWST-8802 wireless double wall switch can be placed anywhere in your house, for example at the bottom of side of your kitchen cabinets. This wireless transmitter allows you to control all receivers with the automatic code system, for example the ACM-250 build-in dimmer for halogen lighting (220V or 12V with electronic transformer).
You have a certain design light switches in your kitchen (e.g. aluminum silver) and you would rather not place a standard white wall switch.
The AWMT-230 is a transmitter that you can install behind an existing wall switch. The transmitter will operate together with the existing wall switch, meaning when you use the light switch it will also send a wireless signal to one or more Trust Smart Home receivers in order to turn on some lights wirelessly. This means you can turn on the ceiling lamp above your dining table and the lights in your kitchen cabinets are the same time. The AWMT-230 can be installed behind a single or double light switch.
Each time you grab something from your storage room, you have to manually turn the lights on and off. It would be convenient if this would go automatically
The AMST-606 Magnet Switch is wireless and can therefore be easily placed on the door of a storage room or closet, without cable hassle. The magnet switch can be combined with all Trust Smart Home receivers that have the automatic code system. For example, you could use it in combination with the AFR-060 Fitting Switch, which is just as easy to install.
7. Trust Smart Home in the Hall
When you walk up and down the stairs while carrying a heavy box, you cannot always turn on the lights in the hall.
Install the ACM-1000 in a ceiling box and place the Wireless indoor motion sensor AWST-6000 at the top and bottom of the stairs. Because the motion sensors are wireless, you don’t have to install any wiring. When you go upstairs or downstairs, the motion sensor will automatically turn the lights on and off.
At the beginning of the hallway there is a switch to turn on the ceiling lamp. You would also like a switch at the end of the hallway in order to turn the same ceiling light on / off (multiway switch).
Install an AWMR-210 behind the existing single wall switch. At the end of the hallway you simple place an AWST-8800 wireless single wall switch. This allows you to control your ceiling lamp with both the existing (wired) switch, as well as the wireless Trust Smart Home switch.
8. Trust Smart Home in the Bathroom
You want an (extra) light switch in the bathroom to control the lights and ventilation fan. However, this means you would have to take a milling cutter in order to install the required electrical wiring in the wall.
Connect the lighting to an ACM-1000 receiver. In most cases, the ventilation fan can also be connected to an ACM-1000. Simply stick the AWST-8802 Double Wireless Wall Switch to the wall you prefer. Now, you can separately control your lights and ventilation fan, without cable hassle or high voltage.
People often forget to turn off the lights in the bathroom or toilet.
The AWST-6000 Wireless Indoor Motion Sensor turns on the lights as soon as someone enters the room. There is no need to buy additional lights, because the ACM-1000 fits in your existing ceiling box. When no more motion is detected, the lights will automatically turn off (programmable from 5 seconds to max. 10 minutes)
9. Trust Smart Home in the Bedroom
You have a nice wardrobe with sliding doors and built-in lighting in your bedroom, but there’s no room for a light switch.
Place the AMST-606 Magnet Switch onto the sliding doors of your wardrobe and connect the wiring of the lights to the ACM-1000 Build-in Switch. Now, when you open/close the door of your wardrobe, the lights will automatically go on/off.
You like to watch TV or read a book in your bed at night, but you are tired of getting out of bed to turn off the lights.
Install the AWMR-210 Mini Build-in Dimer behind the single light switch in your bedroom. After that, it’s possible to control your lights wirelessly (on/off and dimming) with the AYCT-102 Remote Control. The existing wall switch still works for regular manual use.
10. Trust Smart Home in the Garden
You are reading the newspaper outside on your patio. After a while, you are sitting in the sun. To lower the awnings, you have to go inside while you would rather keep on reading.
The ASUN-650 receiver is developed for electric blinds, curtains and awnings. By connecting the ASUN-650 to the motor wiring, you can control your awnings from anywhere in and around your house with the press of a button of the AYCT-102 Remote Control.
You would like to activate the lighting in your garden with an outdoor motion sensor, but you do not want to install electrical wiring across the garden.
The PIR-2050 Wireless Outdoor Motion Sensor works on batteries, is IP44 splash proof, has a large detection range and can be mounted anywhere. It’s perfect to switch the lights on when motion is detected and is also automatically switches off the lights after a programmable time. Insert an AGDR-3500 Outdoor Socket Switch in an outdoor socket and your garden lights will automatically turn on when motion is detected.
Night falls while you are sitting outside at the table with your guests. You would like to turn on the lights without having to get up in the middle of the conversation.
With a single push on the button of your AYCT-102 Remote Control you can directly turn on your outdoor lighting. Of course, it is also possible to use the ABST-604 Wireless Light Sensor that automatically switches on the lights when it gets dark. For outside use, the ACM-3500-3 receiver can be combined with the OWH-002 Waterproof Junction Box. A perfect combination for outdoor lights, pool/pond water filter, etc.