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SAVANT Introduces the Ascend Lineup of Premium Low-Voltage Keypads

Savant®, a leader in smart home technology, has introduced the Ascend Keypad line, featuring 2-button, 4-button, and 5-button configurations that provide integrators with the ultimate premium on-wall control solution. Ascend Keypads offer fully customizable functionality within the Savant smart home ecosystem and are available in nine finishes to accommodate any décor. Ascend keypads join the Metropolitan, Noon, and Echo styles, providing integrators with a complete family of elegant smart home control options from Savant.     

Ascend keypads provide users with effortless control of many smart home features, including Savant’s award-winning Daylight Mode, triggering lights throughout the home or in specific rooms in perfect alignment with the natural circadian curve. Each button can be custom engraved, enabling integrators to customize the user experience, bringing added value to each client. The backlit buttons feature a choice of nine LED colors that dynamically adjust based on ambient light levels and provide feedback to the user when scenes have been activated.

Easy to Order and Install

To enhance ordering and installation efficiency for integrators, Ascend keypads can be specified for any project using Savant’s lighting design tool. Ascend keypads ordered using the design tool are shipped fully assembled.

Savant Ascend low-voltage keypads are available now in seven anodized colors (Brushed Aluminum, Brushed Black, Brushed Brass, Brushed Bronze, Black, Space Gray, and Nickel) as well as two painted finishes (Light Almond and Snow White). 


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