TiO Debuts TouchLite 4 Lighting Control System

Anuva Automation brings first new development to TiO Android-based home control system since the purchase last summer with new TouchLite 4 universal lighting and load controller.

The new TouchLite 4 Android-based lighting control system from TiO features touch-sensitive activation to control lights, music and temperature.
Jason Knott · December 19, 2014

Since manufacturing partner Anuva Automation bought Turn it On (TiO) last summer, things have been a bit quiet. But not any more.

The company has announced the shipping of a new Android-based TiO TouchLite 4 universal lighting and load controller that builds on the no-programming-necessary TiO automation ecosystem, which includes the StealthStream 1 amplified streaming audio player.

The TouchLite 4 has the ability to control any kind of lighting or fan, according to the company. Among the features of the technology in the TouchLite 4, which has eight separate active or pending patents, are:

  • Fast installation and one-, two- and four-button configuration using the TiO Android app
  • Ability to control any kind of lighting load (incandescent, LED, CFL, MLV, ELV, etc. – including multiple types on the same circuit; and fans or other motors)
  • Touch sensitive activation to control the local light, other lights in the home, music, temperature, or any combination thereof
  • Adjustable backlighting to illuminate button labels that can be printed on site – no waiting for engraved buttons

“We are excited to be shipping the TouchLite 4,” says Mike Anderson, president of Anuva Automation. “When installed as part of a TiO system, homeowners can finally turn their house into the home they want—without the necessary time and expense required by other systems that have been available.”

TiO, which is sold exclusively through CE pros, is configured and controlled from an Android tablet – no computers or exhaustive training required. The system is also affordable and simple for homeowners to program. The company has been through several iterations in recent history, with Anderson acquiring the technology from Russound following its acquisition of Colorado vNet (then 3vNet) and the reinvention under the ACTP and TiO brands.

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Jason Knott is Chief Content Officer for Emerald Expositions Connected Brands. Jason has covered low-voltage electronics as an editor since 1990, serving as editor and publisher of Security Sales & Integration. He joined CE Pro in 2000 and serves as Editor-in-Chief of that brand. He served as chairman of the Security Industry Association’s Education Committee from 2000-2004 and sat on the board of that association from 1998-2002. He is also a former board member of the Alarm Industry Research and Educational Foundation. He has been a member of the CEDIA Business Working Group since 2010. Jason graduated from the University of Southern California. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email Jason at

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