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Vantage Lighting Controls Introduces Vantage Voice

Vantage's Design Center 4.8 update adds voice control capability to control the Vantage InFusion System through Amazon Alexa.

Legrand Vantage Lighting Vantage Voice

Legrand’s Vantage Lighting Controls has announced Vantage Voice. Vantage Voice adds voice control capability to the Vantage InFusion System controller through Amazon Alexa and is now available in the Design Center 4.8 software update.

“Many homes are already equipped with Alexa devices and enjoy the option of voice control,” says Richard Laliberty, product marketing manager, shading and residential controls, Legrand North America. “As we continue our mission to provide lighting designers and integrators with freedom of design, adding voice control is a natural extension of Vantage’s capabilities. Voice diversifies Vantage’s control possibilities and expands interoperability, joining the already wide possibilities for lighting control through Vantage keypads and touchscreens, as well as apps and third-party control systems and keypads.”

With Vantage Voice, customers can enjoy the convenience of using just their voice to control the Vantage InFusion system — a home automation controller and the main brain of a Vantage system — through Amazon Alexa. Vantage Voice can control up to 60 Vantage tasks and features widespread compatibility, working with IC-II, IC-DIN-II, or IC-DIN-II-LITE InFusion Controllers, and with Amazon Echo devices and Alexa iOS or Android apps.

Available in Design Center 4.8 and up, Vantage Voice provides voice execution of a scene. It simulates a button press to trigger and execute a task. Within the Alexa app, integrators can simplify Alexa scene commands by creating a Routine and group together multiple actions, ensuring that each one doesn’t need to be requested individually. Other features include the ability to add/remove scenes to a room or device group and customize command prompts.

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