A SMARTER REMOTE
FOR THE SMARTEST HOME
“I appreciate the attention to detail and personalized service from the Control4 team.”
“The smart blinds have made my home more energy-efficient and have added an extra level of privacy.”
“The Control4 system has made my home more accessible and has helped me live more independently.”
BEYOND THE UNIVERSAL REMOTE
Traditional universal remotes are designed to replace all others into just one that operates many of the audio/video devices you have in your media cabinet. Once you’ve lived with one, you know how convenient it is to get rid of the clutter and control all of your entertainment with one, simple device.
With Control4, that single universal remote has the power and intelligence to communicate and control nearly everything outside of your media cabinet, as well. As the family gathers for movie night, simply close the shades, dim the lights, and lock the doors—from the palm of your hand.
PLAYS NICELY WITH YOUR DEVICES.
The Halo, the Halo Touch, and the Control4 SR-260 remotes are the perfect hand-held interfaces to the whole home. Controls audio and video equipment, as well as lights and scenes, media browsing, voice control, and more. These beautiful remotes feel good in the hand, have an intuitive button layout perfect for one-handed operation, and are highly customisable.
FEATURES YOU’LL FANCY.
Remotes from Control4 boast more convenient features than traditional universal remotes. They can be triggered to alert you of their location when misplaced, any remote may be used in any room of the house (not just the room it’s assigned to), they’re rechargeable so you won’t burn through batteries, and customisable buttons and icons allow quick access to your most frequently-used commands.
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The Halo Family of Remotes were engineered for next-gen interaction and functionality like dynamic access to dual voice assistants from a single button.
A beautiful, new user-interface was designed for intuitive use while providing powerful controls, including thermostats and colour-capable lighting, with incomparable media browsing and control, and new customisation options.
Halo and Halo Touch come packaged in an elegantly understated form that elevates any space, and is perfect for any customer, from tech-lovers to the novice.
Simply put, Halo is a generational leap to a user experience that transcends all others.
Powerful and easy to use.
A remote tried-and-true, the SR-260 is fast, responsive, and provides a familiar form-factor that entertainment lovers know and love, at a budget-conscious price.
A perfect handheld interface for the entire home, the SR-260 has an intuitive button layout perfect for one-handed operation and is highly customisable. It is ideal for use in any room where an excellent media experience is critical—simply start, stop, pause, or adjust the volume without ever looking down—and it’s great for controlling lighting, security, comfort, and more.
Engineered and developed for homes worldwide, the SR-260 remote is available with standard English buttons, international icons, and supports multiple languages.
FEATURES YOU’LL FANCY.
With the tap of a button, set the perfect movie-watching environment in your home theatre. The surround sound activates, the sconces and pathway lights illuminate gradually while the overhead lights dim, and the movie begins to play on the big screen. All you had to do was lift a finger.
Your remote can be programmed to activate the ideal sports atmosphere for guests. For instance, a “Game Time” button can turn on all TVs to the big game, change the lights to reflect your team’s colours, and trigger the surround sound system. The same remote that controls your TV—and all of your entertainment gear—also gives you access to your favourite music, in the most frequently used rooms in the house
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The award-winning Control4 Smart Home OS 3 delivers a fluid interface thoughtfully simplifying your home with personalised interactions that are easy and enjoyable for the whole family to use. Visit a showroom for a demonstration of both OS 3 and the new Halo remote.