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Home automation system control unit RFDW-271/B
for lighting

home automation system control unit
home automation system control unit
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for home automation systems, for lighting

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Glass controller with dimmer ROUND edges Glass touch controller designed which serves to regulate light sources: R – classic lamps (resistive load) L – halogen lamps with wound transformer (inductive load) C – halogen lamps with electronic transformer (capacity load) ESL – dimmable energy-effi cient fl uorescent lamps LED – LED light sources (230 V) equipped with LED. 4 channel switch version allows you to control the integrated dimmer as well as other components of the installation. They can be combined with detectors, controllers, iNELS RF Control or system components. 6 light functions - smooth increase or decrease with time setting 2 s - 30 min. When switched off , the set level is stored in the memory, and when switched back on, it returns to the most recently set value. Thanks to setting the min. brightness by potentiometer, you will eliminate flashing of the LED and ESL light sources. The universal dimmer may be controlled by up to 25 channels. The programming button on the controller is also used for manual control of the output. Memory status can be pre-set in the event of a power failure. Range up to 160 m (in open space), if the signal is insuffi cient between the controller and unit, use the signal repeater RFRP-20 or protocol component RFIO2 that support this feature. Communication frequency with bidirectional protocol RFIO2. Number of channels: 4 Power supply: AC 230 V or 120 V AC Design: glass round Colour: B - black Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 36 mm Protocol: RFIO2

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