Control & Automation

Legrand Unveils New Two-Button Wireless Vantage Keypad

Vantage RadioLink EasyTouch II keypad is meant for transition areas such as corridors and hallways in modern luxury homes, hotels, and offices. Its wireless two-way communication protocol synchronizes on/off and ramp up/down of lighting loads, and it has farther keypad-to-controller communication distance.


The Vantage RadioLink keypad can be programmed for a single button to control discreet loads or scenes.
CE Pro Editors · June 22, 2016

Legrand, North America announced the release of a new two-button, programmable keypad to provide wireless, full scene control. The Vantage RadioLink EasyTouch II keypad is meant for transition areas such as corridors and hallways in modern luxury homes, hotels, and offices.

The new keypad is scalable and is designed for quick installation without the need to run new wires. RadioLink EasyTouch II can be used in retrofit projects to replace standard 3- or 4-way switches. The keypad also fits the needs of new construction projects with its communication protocol and incremental simplified system expansion based on user need.

In addition, the proprietary Vantage wireless two-way communication protocol provides fully synchronized on/off and ramp up/down of lighting loads for whole home applications. Keypad-to-controller communication distances are significantly greater than traditional repeater-based wireless solutions. 

RadioLink EasyTouch II keypads feature:

  • Laser engraved button text with full range, RGB, adjustable backlighting
  • Multi-event programming and control of discreet loads or scenes on a single button  
  • Hidden, ambient light and IR sensors 
  • Instant response to button press, regardless of system size
  • Consistent look and feel with other EasyTouch II keypad stations
  • Custom color options to mix or match finishes for trims, buttons, and faceplates

“The RadioLink EasyTouch II keypad is an excellent addition to our comprehensive wireless product line,” explains Andrew Wale, vice president of product marketing for Legrand’s Building Control Systems division. “It’s about delivering the best experience by offering cutting edge products like our new keypad. Like all products in the EasyTouch II aesthetic range, this keypad combines contemporary aesthetics and functionality that complement any lighting project.”



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Comments

Posted by Niko on December 22, 2017

lol Vantage’s wireless sucks. Lutron rules that world.  They don’t have repeaters, they don’t have battery operated tabletop keypads, and they don’t have simple RF remotes like the Pico.  Pretty much any Lutron system from Radio Ra to Homeworks (old and new generations) has been doing this for decades.  The easytouch II’s are at least better looking than the old easy touches which were just a bar of soap on a wall but come on…why go Vantage when Lutron has the patents on RF and nobody comes close.  A lot more resources and support from Lutron to dealers too.  Good luck finding a Vantage dealer where you are.

Posted by Niko on December 22, 2017

lol Vantage’s wireless sucks. Lutron rules that world.  They don’t have repeaters, they don’t have battery operated tabletop keypads, and they don’t have simple RF remotes like the Pico.  Pretty much any Lutron system from Radio Ra to Homeworks (old and new generations) has been doing this for decades.  The easytouch II’s are at least better looking than the old easy touches which were just a bar of soap on a wall but come on…why go Vantage when Lutron has the patents on RF and nobody comes close.  A lot more resources and support from Lutron to dealers too.  Good luck finding a Vantage dealer where you are.