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Question asked by J Biswas in #Coffee Room on Jan 6, 2014
J Biswas
J Biswas · Jan 6, 2014
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Have a look at: https://www.forbixindia.com/hact.html

  • These capacitive glass touch switches can control home loads and plug points
  • Basic system is just the glass touch points: 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, and 18
  • 2-way control system, is with wireless remote controller
A lot more added features to come....
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- JB - Posted in: #Coffee Room
Jeffrey Arulraj
Jeffrey Arulraj · Jan 10, 2014
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One small question How does a user know whether the switch is live or turned off

Is there any indicators?
Your thread and your site doesn't show any sign or info about it mate

Can you please clarify this?
J Biswas
J Biswas · Jan 11, 2014
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We have 3 models for these...
1) HACT (Home Automation Controller with Touch) - this is what is shown in our site https://www.forbixindia.com/hact.html
It does NOT have light indication. Though it have beep sound to indicate touch detection. Reason for this - these are switches for rooms. If a person is touching to turn ON a light, the whole room would be lit, so no need for indication on touch panel, same vice versa.

2) HACTL (Home Automation Controller with Touch+Light) - we made a few samples for distributors. It has indication and beep, not posted as they are still checking it. In dark you can make out where the switch panel is. You would see it soon posted.

3) HACTW (Home Automation Controller with Touch+Wireless Remote) - 2 way control on switches (touch and remote). See rough video at:

We are in the process of making professional videos and uploading to our site. It is taking some time dear....as we have too many products to supply and control.

- JB -
Jeffrey Arulraj
Jeffrey Arulraj · Jan 11, 2014
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That was quick and thanks for the clarifications

DO post here once the videos and the other links are ready for viewing professionally?

Great job sir

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