The Friends of Hue switches have been on the market for almost two years now. Philips Hue and EnOcean supply the technology, and various manufacturers supply the matching plastic parts to ensure that the Friends of Hue switches match the respective switch ranges. Among others, Gira, Busch-Jaeger and Jung are among the manufacturers involved.
Only this morning, we reported about the Friends of Hue switches, this time focussing on the model of Senic and Gira. But no matter which manufacturer is involved, all switches have one thing in common so far: they work without batteries and generate the required energy with a relatively loud click.