The eNet wireless switching, wireless momentary-contact, or blind actuator receives telegrams for switching lighting or controlling electrically-operated hangings from the eNet wireless reception module or eNet server via a data cable.
Two outputs are each operated in the same mode (switching, dimming, blind or shutter).
Switching of lighting or single-phase fan motors.
Control of electrically operated hangings, such as blinds, shutters, or awnings
Operating modes: switching actuator, momentary-contact actuator can be set for a single output; a blind actuator, shutter actuator can be set for a pair of outputs.
Status feedback to eNet wireless transmitter.
Operating mode buttons: Relay contact stays closed as long as telegrams are being received (max. 60 seconds).
Positioning of blind and slat using scene call-up.
Positions for sun protection and twilight can be saved.
Threshold value scenes for sun protection, twilight and wind alarms.
Hanging period can be saved.
Slat adjustment time can be saved.
Can be set with eNet server:
Minimum switching repeat time.
Adjustment time when changing directions.
Motion direction can be inverted (e.g. for roof windows).
Position for sun protection, twilight, lock-out protection, and wind alarms.
AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
max. 0.5 W
-5 °C to +45 °C
Switching capacity AC 230 V:
16 A / AC1
HV halogen lamps:
Fluorescent lamps, uncompensated:
typ. 500 W
Compact fluorescent lamp:
typ. 500 W
690 VA (560 µF)
max. 4 mm²
Length of the data cable:
Max. 3 m
An eNet wireless reception module or an eNet server is required to operate this DIN-rail mounting device.
Wireless approval is valid for EU and EFTA countries.
Modular widths (MW):
Additional figures available in the media database
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