Legrand unveils lineup for ISE 2020

Legrand’s brands Luxul, Nuvo, QMotion and Vantage will come together to demonstrate new products for the smart home environment, with networking, audio, shading and lighting systems on show.

Luxul will demonstrate its Epic 3 dual band wireless AC3100 (XWR-3150) Gigabit router with integrated Domotz technology. 

The Epic 3 supports 4x4 MU-MIMO (Wave 2) technology, with wireless data transfers of up to 3100Mbps for streaming and bandwidth-intensive applications. 

The XWR-1200 dual-band wireless AC1200 Gigabit router will also be demonstrated, including 802.11ac 2x2 MIMO technology for data rates up to 1200Mbps. 

Both models feature a built-in wireless controller which includes Luxul’s Roam Assist technology. 

The Apex line of access points will be shown, including the XAP-810 featuring data rates up to 1200Mbps for smaller networks, the XAP-1510 featuring 802.11ac 3x3 dual-band technology for data rates up to 1900Mbps and the XAP-1610 AC3100 dual-band wireless with advanced 4x4 MU-MIMO (802.11ac Wave 2) technology for data rates up to 3167Mbps. 

The Luxul 300N XAP-1240 will also be demonstrated, with multi-stream 802.11n wireless technology alongside the dual-band AC1200 XWO-BAP1 bridging AP to bring connectivity to remote locations including outbuildings and guest houses. 

Nuvo’s audio range will be on display, including the rack-mount Professional Series Players which deliver sound to three listening zones and provide built-in access to a plethora of music options, with the players able to be integrated into automated systems. 

Nuvo’s new architectural passive subwoofers and subwoofer amplifiers will be introduced at the show, with three single and dual subwoofers alongside wall and rack-mount amplifiers. 

QMotion will show its Qbasic+ field-upgradeable system, able to be upgraded from manual to motorised without needing to change fabrics or reinstall brackets.

Manual override, internal batteries and motors are included alongside a counterbalanced design, with new QMotion fabric style, texture and colour options also being shown at the show. These options include decorative light-filtering and matching room-darkening ranges. 

Vantage lighting control products will also be highlighted, with Vantage’s EasyTouch Glass Keypad Station featuring up to five programmable buttons for different screens including ‘Welcome’, ‘Away’ or ‘Party’. 

They keypad allows users to set the lighting in a space with one touch, allowing for the incorporation of control over QMotion automated shading, speakers and other third-party systems. 

An interactive human-centric lighting demonstration will be held on the Legrand stand at ISE, showing how Vantage creates lighting systems. 

Vantage HCL systems will be shown with dimming, colour control and tuneable lighting, highlighting partnerships with manufacturers aimed at creating end-to-end systems that combine control systems with tuneable light features using the Lumenetix araya light engine. 

Legrand will also show how its commercial brands co-operate, with Chief, C2G, Da-Lite, Middle Atlantic, Projecta and Vaddio demonstrating their latest products and systems.