LightSweep® CLCSWTX

The LightSweep CLCSWTx is an addressable, capacitive touch, field configurable 1, 2, 4 or 8 button dataline switch station that fits in standard NA electrical boxes.

Features & Benefits

  • User configurable for 1, 2, 4 or 8 buttons
  • LED status for each button
  • Fits standard decor style light switch plate cover
  • Pushbutton programming capable for basic operation
  • Customizable labeling
  • Powered off the lighting network structured


Controls Platform
Color Offering
Mounting Options
One gang wall box
Power Supply
Input Voltage
24 VDC
Current Consumption
30 mA
Inputs: 8 capacitive touch switch buttons, 1 capacitive touch program button, Outputs: 8 pilot/locator light outputs
Connectivity Protocol
CAN protocol
LED Status Indicators
Button Feedback LEDs, Switch Locator, Communication LED
Operating Temp
0 to 55 °C
4.13 In
1.65 In
0.71 In
0.1 Lb
cULus, CE, Title 20, FCC
RoHS, Dry
1 year limited warranty

Product Documents

LightSweep field configurable lighting controls switches

Field Configurable Dataline Switches Lighting Control Groups and Soft Touch Buttons

The dataline switch stations are field configurable as 1, 2, 4, or 8 soft touch buttons. A transparent soft touch lexan plate exposes the switch labels with the defined number of buttons, so changing the switch configuration requires replacing the label. The feedback LEDs for soft touch buttons are enabled/disabled to correspond with the active buttons.

Powerful Scene Controller

Each soft touch button can control up to 50 objects (relays, dimming channels, other lighting groups). A ”Presentation Mode” button, for example, can be setup to turn OFF front lights, dim 10 15% back of the room lights and activate the projector screen, all with a single touch of a button.

LightSweep custom scene controllers for CLCWTX lighting scene switches

Complex Dimming Control

CLCSWT is a powerful switch station for dimming controls. Modes of operations are: Output Value - any time the button is pressed, the associated outputs will go to their defined level; Ramp UP/DOWN/CYCLE - As long as the button is depressed the outputs will go UP/DOWN or CYCLE UP-DOWN until the button is released; Setpoint - different users might prefer different setpoint for the daylight zones, so each user type can use a pushbutton to adjust the Setpoint to its own desire.