FIBARO - Double Relay Switch 2 x 1,5kW
DOUBLE RELAY SWITCH is designed to control up to 2 distinct circuits (2 different wall switches) that have a total power up to 2400 [W]. (resistive loads = loads consisting of any heating element)
Examples: incandescent lights, toasters, ovens, coffee makers.
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- Power supply must be 100 - 240 VAC and requires NEUTRAL Wire (NUL);
- A Z-Wave Hub is required!
- Designed to be installed in standard wall switch boxes or anywhere else it is necessary to control electric devices. Allows us to control the connected devices either via Z-Wave or via mechanical switch.
- It can control 2 different circuits with loads that doesn't exceed 1500 W on each channel (total up to 2300W when both channels are active).
- Do not connect loads greater than those recommended!
- Do not connect types of load other than resistive or incandescent!
How it works
Double Relay Switch is a small size module created by Fibaro, that can be integrated in standard wall switch boxes. It allows us to remotely control connected devices using the Z-Wave Network (a Z-Wave Hub is required).
Notes for the diagrams:
S1 - terminal for 1st switch;
S2 - terminal for 2nd switch;
Q2 - output terminal of the 2nd channel;
Q1 - output terminal of the 1st channel;
IN - input terminal for load power supply
L - terminal for Live wire (100 - 240 VAC);
N - terminal for Neutral wire;
B - service button (used to add/remove the device from the Z-Wave network)
Where it works
It can be fit into standard wall switch boxes or anywhere else it is necessary to control electric devices.
|110 - 240 VAC. ~ 50/60Hz|
- up to 6.5A on each channel (Q) - incandescent loads
- total up to 10A when both channels (Q) are active
|External 10A circuit breaker required|
|micro-gap relay switch μ|
|0 - 35 °C|
Dimensions (L x W x H) [mm]
|42.5 x 38.25 x 20.3|
- up to 50m outdoors
- up to 30m indoors
depending on terrain and building materials
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