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Fine Line to rep Loxone marine systems

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Fort Lauderdale-based Fine Line Marine Electric is the exclusive marine agent for lighting, media and automation systems for Loxone Smart Home Automation. 

Loxone, founded in 2009, is the largest lighting automation company in Europe, with more than 85,000 systems installed worldwide, according to a company press release. Its products replace aging systems such as Lite Touch, according to Fine Line. 

Loxone’s system of lighting fixtures can be customized by the end-user through an app. The system’s central server is interconnected with modules throughout the vessel that control lighting and multimedia systems, regardless of the brand. 

The patented Loxone Tree Technology uses up to 80% less wiring than standard systems, and the company’s proprietary wireless technology, Loxone Air, was developed to retrofit lighting automation in vessels where chasing walls is not possible, according to Fine Line.

Fine Line, which is based at Lauderdale Marine Center, has been serving the superyacht industry for more than a decade with installation and repair of all onboard electrical systems as well as automation of equipment such as sliding doors, passerelles and lighting. For more information, visit FineLineMarineElectric.com.

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