Wireless controls and switches

New radio frequency controls, without batteries.

With a design that reflects the high stylistic standards that distinguish Vimar’s entire range, and that perfectly matches the Eikon, Arké and Plana civil series, offering optimal customisation of shapes, materials and colours, the radio frequency controls integrate seamlessly with any living environment. An ideal solution for renovations, redevelopments and furnishing updates, or any installations that have regulatory or architectural constraints.


Wireless installation, on any surface

The wireless modular controls can be installed on standard flush mounting boxes or can be placed almost anywhere, on glass or wood surfaces, using double-sided tape. They ensure maximum installation flexibility, since there is no need for masonry work or having to repaint walls, and can therefore be moved if necessary.




Easy to use


No masonry work required


Batteries are not required

Wireless controls do not require wired connections, as they are based on ZigBee, EnOcean and Bluetooth® radio frequency technologies. 

The signal is transmitted via radio and they are powered by the electrodynamic generator by pressing the button. Batteries are not required, so there is no need to replace and dispose of them, thus respecting the environment.


In addition to ease of installation, there is also another major feature: by interfacing perfectly with the products of the main players in the lighting technology sector that have adopted Xicato|GalaXi and Casambi technologies, these connected controls ensure smart lighting management through the various apps of compatible lamp manufacturers (for example, Flos, Targetti and Osram), in both residential and commercial spaces.


The project that Vimar embarked on through View, with the aim of creating increasingly connected buildings that allow people to live in the smartest possible way, marks a further stage of technological and stylistic innovation.

Compliant with RED directive | EN 60950-1, EN 301 489-17, EN 300 328, EN 62479.

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