Wireless shading element and roller shutter actuator, 1+1 NO contact 4A



Wireless shading element and roller shutter actuator 1+1 NO contact, 4A/250V AC, not potential free, for a shading element motor 230V AC. Standby loss is only 0.6 watts. For installation. 49x51mm wide, 20mm deep. The terminals are plug-in terminals for conductor cross-sections of 0.2mm2 to 2.5mm2. The convenient tap technology permits the teach-in of up to 32 wireless universal pushbuttons, wireless direction pushbuttons, and wireless central control pushbuttons. Zero passage switching. Bidirectional wireless switchable. Supply voltage, switching voltage, and control voltage local 230V. If the supply voltage fails, the device is switched off in the defined mode. In addition to the wireless control input via an internal antenna, this wireless actuator can also be controlled locally by a conventional control switch if fitted previously. Control is either by separate local control inputs for Up and Down as direction pushbuttons or these two inputs are bridged and controlled by single pushbuttons as universal pushbuttons. A change in direction then takes place by interrupting activation. An incandescent lamp current is not permitted. Wireless pushbuttons can be taught in with either the functions Up-Stop-Down-Stop as universal pushbuttons or as local pushbuttons as well as a wireless pushbutton or roller shutter double pushbuttons can be taught in as direction pushbuttons with press top for Up and bottom for Down. Press briefly to stop the movement. In addition, the central control button can be taught in with static priority. The static priority is only active as long as the radio button is pressed. With a control signal, e.g. B. a radio transmitter module FSM61 with switches that has been taught in as a central control button, the switching position Up or Down and the priority are specifically activated. With priority because these control signals cannot be overridden by other control signals until the central command is canceled again by the end of the control signal. The tap reverse function can be activated: universal pushbuttons, direction pushbuttons, and wired pushbuttons are initially in static mode so that the position of the blind can be adjusted. Switched to dynamic only after activation > 1 second. With control via controller, operating commands for up and down with the exact travel time information can be started. As the actuator reports the exact elapsed time after each activity, even when driving was triggered by a pushbutton, the position of the shading is always displayed correctly in the controllers. Upon reaching the end positions above and below the position is automatically synchronized. When a wireless ­window contact is taught in, a lockout protection is set up for open windows or doors to disable the Central Down and controller Down commands.