Wireless energy management solutions for home and buildings

Wireless energy management solutions for home and buildings
GE Energy
Industrial Solutions
HabiTEQ
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Wireless energy
management solutions
for home and buildings
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EnOcean alliance
The EnOcean alliance is a consortium of
companies dedicated to the advancement
of self-powered interoperable wireless
building control systems.
Alliance innovations create interoperable
standard solutions helping to make
buildings more energy-efficient, flexible
and cost-effective. The EnOcean alliance
has the largest installed base of
fieldproven wireless building automation
networks in the world.
• 15% cost savings in new construction
• 70% cost savings in retrofits
• 40% energy savings
• unlimited flexibility
HabiTEQ™
HabiTEQ
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Wireless solutions
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Introduction
Shaping the future
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Major benefits
Energy management
Installation flexibility
Smart and simple
Future proof network solutions
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Endless possibilities
Commercial installations
Residential installations
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System architecture
Overview
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Building blocks
Actuators
Input devices
Sensors
Features
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Product range
One channel solid-state wireless actuator - 1A
One channel wireless actuator - 10A
Two channel wireless actuator - 6A
One channel wireless universal dimmer - 250W
Wireless input module
Plug-in wireless actuator - 16A
Rocker kits and blank plates
Wireless batteryfree switches
Cover plates for rocker kits and switches
Wireless batteryfree window contact
Wireless temperature sensor
Bi-directional smart gateways
Wireless batteryfree movement sensor
Wireless movement sensor
Wireless field tester
Numerical index
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HabiTEQ
Home and Building Automation
The growing recognition of the fact that buildings consume 40%
of total energy used and are responsible for 36% of CO2 emissions
in the European Union, places ever increasing emphasis on improving
energy efficiency in buildings.
Development of innovative technologies offers new possibilities to upgrade electrical
installations – the heart of every building. This area holds great potential for designing
properties with greater flexibility, energy saving and additional comfort without
compromising lifestyle.
GE’s HabiTEQ™ hybrid automation system combines wired and wireless control
technologies to enable energy efficiency improvements: optimize the regulation of energy
used by heating, lighting, ventilation, and building electrical infrastructure and further
increases energy awareness through consumption reporting.
• Energy management
• Flexibility and comfort
• Installation simplified
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HabiTEQ™
solutions
One step ahead of the rest – offering
a complete solution rather than simply
components.
This intelligent pre-wired ‘plug-and-play’
automation solution has been designed for easy
installation and time saving.
HabiTEQ™ is a tailor-made solution using a selection of
components optimized for your living or working space with
the necessary protection pre-wired in a suitable enclosure.
It only requires a competent electrician to get things up and
running.
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Once in place the system can be configured using a simple
Windows programme on a PC through USB/Ethernet.
HabiTEQ™
components
Offer a single and simple integrated
system instead of separate control
solutions…
In comparison with classic electrical installations,
the HabiTEQ™ intelligent building control system offers
noticeable advantages.
Seamless integration of all different functional subsystems
using wired and wireless technology allowing a large number
of interactive functions to be realised, including:
Lighting control | Heating/ventilation control |
Climate control | Shutter control | Safety monitoring |
Energy management | Central automation |
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HabiTEQ™
Shaping the future
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with HabiTEQ wireless
Advancement in wireless technology
has transformed communications
ranging from indispensible devices like
mobile phone and Wifi PC networks to
highly reliable aircraft communication
and navigation systems impacting
everyday life.
Emerging standards and advances in wireless
technology have made it possible to deploy wireless
solutions in building automation networks.
Wireless sensing gives you economical control and optimum
comfort in areas that are frequently re-configured, or where
hardwiring is challenging or simply not possible.
The wireless technology is ideal for minimizing the impact
on existing building installations and decorative surfaces,
or for controlling large, open spaces or structures with brick
or concrete walls.
Wireless technology offers unlimited flexibility for new
installations.
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temperature
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Wireless solutions
• Energy management
Measure, watch and save with any web-enabled smart device.
• Installation flexibility
Renovation becomes easy. Fits into existing infrastructure
with virtually no changes and unconstrained by legacy wiring.
• Smart and simple
Build a basic application with one sensor and switching actuator
and scale up at any time by adding more devices.
• Future proof
Gateway to smart grid
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• Energy management with added comfort
Based on EnOcean bi-directional technology, the wireless solution offers the best
features in energy management and control for buildings and homes.
Easy energy insight
Adding the smart gateway to
your wireless network enables
visualization of current and
historical energy consumption
trends by using any smart device
locally and remotely from the web.
• 10% savings by disconnecting
devices when not in use.
Remote access
Lighting management
Motion or occupancy sensors can
be easily linked to the actuator
module with preset timing, so you
have light only when and where you
need it.
• Dimming your lights by 25% saves
20% of the energy used and extends
bulb life by 10 times
…Home Lighting Control Alliance US
• One degree change in heating =
5% impact on your heating cost.
• Leaving 250W of light on unnecessarily
for average 8h per day
= 730kWh per year
For example if these lights are
switched by a motion detector for
10min 10 times a day, you would save
578kWh per year!
Smart gateway
Temperature management
The sensor in heating mode with
optimized temperature regulation
algorithm minimizes temperature
overshoots.
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Temperature
sensor
Motion sensor
Internet
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Local
Wireless router
Heating
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• Installation flexibility
Upgrade conventional electrical installation with minimum changes (e.g. renovation).
Reduce installation and
wiring costs
- For new construction or renovation
projects you can achieve significant
savings in wiring costs.
- No wiring, no batteries...
no maintenance!
Flexible
- Maximum flexibility in terms of
installation and configuration.
- Mountable in any switch box with
> 35mm depth (50mm diameter with
screws or clamps). Plug-on rockers
with wide choice of cover plates.
Switching receiver
in a cable channel
box
Interoperability
- Interface with existing
wired systems, used in
90% of the buildings.
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wireless
wired
Switching receiver
in a false ceiling
Time and money saving
Gateway
• Smart and simple
Adding and setting up an extra function to your existing installation is quick and easy.
Convenience
Simple re-arrangement of the room
can be easily accommodated.
A swap in the position of the
wardrobe and bed leaves the
switch 1 redundant.
You can replace the switch 1 with
a dimmer/or wireless actuator 2 .
To finish, simply add a wireless
switch 3 next to the newly
positioned bed… and you are all set.
Comfort simplified
Innovative solutions for modern life
enhance comfort and help save
energy. By linking the wireless
batteryfree switch near the door or
your bed to lighting appliance circuits,
you could turn off unwanted power at
night or when leaving the house.
Garage
Home
Before
Front
garden
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After
Bedroom
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Backyard
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‘Push and Learn’ configuration
Basic functions can be easily
configured using the buttons on
the device itself. No PC needed!
HabiTEQ™
• Future proof network solutions
An insight into peak demand management
Simple strategies to help utilities to manage loads during peak
times can be deployed using the Zigbee radio inside the smart
gateway.
Utility
Database
Smart meter
with Zigbee
A set of predefined strategies for peak management,
each triggered by the utility via the smart meter. Diagnostic
data about participation statistics and energy signature during
peak time are provided to utility via the internet for analysis
and billing.
Internet
Smart gateway
The smart plug
The smart plug informs the user
about an active request from
the utility to hold-off turning on
the load connected to it
(e.g. a washing machine).
The dimmer
The dimmer module informs the
user about an active request from
the utility to reduce brightness by
15% on lighting loads for a certain
duration of time.
The control actuator
The actuator informs the user
about an active request from the
utility to reduce set temperatures
by 2 degrees for a certain duration
of time.
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Note: The illustrated scheme is intended to serve as an example of possible solution that could
be realized in partnership using the product offer. Please contact us for additional details.
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Endless possibilities!
Starting with a basic application using just one actuator the system is
easily scalable to realize energy management and advanced functions
with 3rd party systems, offering unlimited flexibility for both commercial
and residential installations.
“70% cost
savings
in retrofits”
“Unlimited
flexibility”
Offices
Hotels
Appartments
Houses
Schools
“40%
energy
savings”
Multidwelling
units
Source: EnOcean alliance
in new
construction”
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Commercial installations
Added value for all stakeholders
In commercial installations every player in the chain benefits from
the use of wireless and batteryfree technology.
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Users
Investors/developers
- Large-scale energy savings
- Enhanced comfort
and convenience
- Economical retrofit
- Easy to reconfigure rooms or zones
- Savings on installations
- Energy saving
Architects
Facility managers
- Freedom in design
- Easy to position and fix switches
and sensors on glass, stone, wood
or furniture.
- No maintenance
- Easy operation
- Scalable solution
Specifiers
- Simple and flexible planning
- Interoperability of products
- Compatability with other building
automation systems (e.g. EIB, KNX,
LON, RAC net and TCP/IP via
gateways)
Systems integrators/
contractors
- Quick installation and startup
- No wiring and no breaking into walls
- Minimum inconvenience to tenants
for retrofits
inves
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Building energy management and control
The built-in power measurement in every actuator transmits
energy data to the smart gateway. The data can easily be
accessed with any device hosting a web browser.
Seamless integration with the 2-wire bus system.
The smart gateway allows seamless integration of the wireless
network into the 2-wire bus system. This facilitates easy
implementation of advanced energy saving and comfort
scenarios.
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Lighting energy management
with universal dimmers
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Energy efficient heating control
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Energy management for
workstation and appliances
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Remote energy
management
HabiTEQ™
Temperature regulation
by fan coil control
Energy saving with
occupancy sensors
Energy saving with optimized use
of daylight
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Bi-directional
wireless gateway
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Wireless and wired options
for shutter control
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Advanced energy control scenarios
with CTD controllers
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Wireless batteryfree
switches
Wireless batteryfree
temperature sensors
Wireless or wired motion
sensors - leave the lights
on only when needed
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Residential installations
Home energy management control
The HabiTEQTM wireless solution linked with the 2-wire
bus system provides a comprehensive and versatile
automation and energy management solution.
With solutions ranging from automation of a single
function to completely networked integrated solutions,
the system satisfies the most demanding customer.
High levels of flexibility are delivered by bringing together
two different communication protocols:
• Radio – with Enocean batteryfree and wireless technology
• BUS - with 2-wire bus, delivering power and command
The range has been developed to ensure perfect
interoperability and maximum reliability of the system.
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Wireless system architecture
Protocol
The devices are built with Enocean technology
which is proven in over 100,000 buildings
worldwide. The wireless layer is handled by
the bi-directional chip set TCM 330, working on
the 868 MHz frequency, ensuring high quality
performance and reliability.
Actuators
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Heating and cooling
Universal dimmer
On/off switch
Sensors
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Movement detector
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Window contact
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Temperature
sensor
Transmitters
HabiTEQ™
Radio device offer from HabiTEQTM can
be grouped into the following categories:
Actuators
• Load control to realize control and energy
management applications for ON/OFF,
dimming, shutters and appliances
Input devices
• Batteryfree switches for user interface and
line powered input modules for external signal
interface
Sensors
• Batteryfree temperature sensors for
climate control, detectors for contact
status and movement
Smart gateway
Three versions
1. To integrate the wireless devices
(sensors, actuators and input
devices) with the 2–wire bus
system.
2. For remote or local energy
management using web browser
3. For remote or local energy
management and to integrate the
wireless devices with the 2-wire
bus system.
4. To enable smart grid integration
via smart meter*
*On request
Shutter Control
Shutter control
Smart gateway
Appliance control
Input devices
Connect
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any
switch or
external detector
Single rocker
wireless switch
Double rockers
wireless switch
Input module
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Wireless building blocks
The basic building blocks that help realize the various energy efficiency
control solutions and applications, ranging from a basic kit for ON/OFF
to advanced applications with the HabiTEQTM controller, are shown
below. The devices can also be used as part of a larger building
management system backbone.
Wireless actuators
The multifunction wireless control actuator is the heart of the system, hosting the control intelligence
and energy measurement for the various applications. The control actuators come in 5 different hardware
versions to support different application needs of our customers.
Switching receiver
One channel solid-state wireless actuator-1A
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No neutral
connection
needed
Noise and wear
free switching
Built-in energy
management
Long life
relays
High power
switching in
small footprint
Built-in energy
management
Switching receiver
One channel wireless actuator-10A
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Switching receiver
Two channel wireless actuator-6A
Shutter Control
Shutter control
Built-in energy
management
Switching receiver
One channel wireless universal dimmer-250W
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L
Dim energy
saving lamps
(LED and CFL)
No neutral
connection
needed
Built-in energy
management
Plug-in
appliance
to control and
measure the
energy
Built-in energy
management
Schuko, French
and British
versions
Smart plug
Plug-in wireless actuator-16A
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Wireless input devices
Switch
Wireless batteryfree switch
Stick it anywhere
Wide
id choice
h i off
design plates
Ultra thin profile
(12 mm)
Interoperable with
3rd party EnOcean
devices
Connect any
switch or
external detector
Installation in
a false ceiling
Replace in an
existing switch box
double
rocker
single
rocker
Input
Wireless input module
Record water, gas
or energy data
from meter
Multi-voltage
inputs 12Vdc
or 230Vac
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Wireless sensors
Temperature
Wireless temperature sensor
Three different
versions for heating,
cooling, combined
heating and cooling
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Ambient light
powered
Stick it anywhere
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Unique comfort
boost button
Contact
Wireless batteryfree window contact
Ambient light
powered
Stickk it
Sti
it, forget
f
t it
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Actuator features
actuator
switch box*
2
1
Easy to install
screws
clamps
Multiple mounting possibilities
with screws or clamps
Easy setup
No PC needed!
Screwless
terminals
Reliable and interoperable
Built-in repeaters
* 40 mm depth and at least 50mm diameter
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Reliable
bi-directional
communication
with local LED
feedback
Interoperable with
3rd party EnOcean
devices
HabiTEQ™
Energy
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Energy management and control
Multiple control
modes (timer, HVAC,
power, standard)
Built-in energy
measurement
Innovative design
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5
Wide choice
of design covers
5
Rockers
rockers
3
intermediate
interface
4
cover plate
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One channel solid-state wireless actuator - 1A
The one channel 1A wireless actuator is suitable for
controlling various electrical loads. Most typical being lighting
loads such as: LED fixtures, compact and linear fluorescent
lamps (with ballasts), and high and low voltage halogen (with
or without transformers).
The device has both 2 and 3 wire connection options.
The loads are controlled using solid-state switching device,
hence being wear and noise free. The operation or control
of the device can be carried out by multiple wireless
transmitters. The behavior of the actuator depends on
the selected mode and the transmitting device taught in.
The device also has the option of local control using a snap-on
rocker kit available in multiple colours.
One channel solid-state wireless actuator - 1A
Transmitter
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Cat. No.
Mode
Wireless
Wireless
temperature
switch
sensor
Wireless
input
module
HabiTEQ
controller
Energy
logging with
gateway
Third party
EnOcean
sensors
679858
W1R1NB
Basic (line & neutral
connection required)
X
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X
X
X
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X
679860
W1R1LB
Basic (with or
without neutral
connected)
X
-
X
X
X
-
X
679859
W1R1NT
Temperature
management (line &
neutral connection
required)
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X
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X
-
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679861
W1R1NP
Power measurement
(line & neutral
connection required)
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
679862
W1R1NM
Multifunction (line &
neutral connection
required)
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
Load type see page 27.
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Wireless
window
contact
HabiTEQ™
One channel wireless actuator - 10A
The one channel 10A wireless actuator is suitable
for controlling various electrical loads. Most typical
being lighting loads such as: LED fixtures, compact and
linear fluorescent lamps (with ballasts), high and low voltage
halogen (with or without transformers) and electromechanical
valves used in heating regulation (on/off).
The device has a 3 wire connection system. The load is
controlled via a long-life electromechanical relay. The
operation or control of the device can be carried out by
multiple wireless devices usually referred to as transmitters.
The behavior of the actuator depends on the selected mode
and the transmitting device taught in. The actuator also has
the option of being controlled locally using a snap-on rocker
kit .
One channel wireless actuator - 10A
Transmitter
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Mode
Wireless
window
contact
Wireless
temperature
sensor
Wireless
switch
Wireless
input
module
HabiTEQ
controller
Energy
logging
with
gateway
Third
party
EnOcean
sensors
679863
W1R10NB
Basic
X
-
X
X
X
-
X
679864
W1R10NT
Temperature
management
X
X
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X
-
-
679865
W1R10NP
Power measurement
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
679866
W1R10NM
Multifunction
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Load type see page 27.
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Two channel wireless actuator - 6A
The two channel 6A wireless actuator is suitable for controlling various
electrical loads. Most typical being lighting loads such as: LED fixtures,
compact and linear fluorescent lamps (with ballasts), high and low
voltage halogen (with or without transformers), heating regulation
fixtures like electromechanical valves (on/off) and tubular motors used
for blind control.
The device has a 4 wire connection system. The loads are controlled
via longlife electromechanical relays. The operation or control of
the device can be carried out by multiple wireless transmitters.
The behavior of the actuator depends on the selected mode and the
transmitting device taught in. The device also has the option of local
control using a snap-on rocker kit.
Two channel wireless actuator - 6A
Transmitter
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Mode
Wireless
temperature
sensor
Wireless
switch
Wireless
input
module
HabiTEQ
controller
Energy
logging
with
gateway
Third
party
EnOcean
sensors
679869
W2R10NB
Basic
X
-
X
X
X
-
X
679870
W2R10NT
Temperature
management
X
X
-
-
X
-
-
679871
W2R10NP
Power measurement
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
679872
W2R10NM
Multifunction
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
Load type see page 27.
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Wireless
window
contact
HabiTEQ™
One channel wireless universal dimmer - 250W
The 250W wireless universal dimmer is suitable for controlling
various lighting loads. This device is compatible with most lamp
types: LED fixtures, compact fluorescent lamps, and high and
low voltage halogen (with or without transformers).
The device has both 2 and 3 wire connection options.
The operation or control of the device can be carried out by
multiple wireless transmitters. The behavior of the actuator
depends on the selected mode and the transmitting device
taught in. The device also has the option of local control,
using a snap-on rocker kit available in multiple colours.
One channel wireless universal dimmer - 250W
Transmitter
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679867
W1D1LB
679868
W1D1NB
Wireless
switch
HabiTEQ
controller
Energy logging
with gateway
Third party
EnOcean sensors
Basic (with or without neutral
connected)
X
X
-
X
Power measurement (line and
neutral connection required)
X
X
X
X
Mode
Load type see below.
Load type
Actuators
230V~
One channel 1A
(p. 24)
One channel 10A
(p. 25)
Two channel 6A
(p. 26)
One channel
dimmer 250W
(p. 27)
Incandescent lamps
250W
1000W
800W
250W
Halogen lamps
250W
1000W
800W
250W
250W
800W
600W
250W
250W
600W
400W
250W
Fluorescent lamp with electronic transformer
250W
16x18W
4x57W
250W
Fluorescent lamps with ferromagnetic transformer
250W
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250W
250W
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-
250W
230V~
Halogen ELV via ferromagnetic transformer
12V DC
24V DC
GE 50 & 35W 12V GU5.3*
12V DC
24V DC
GE 50 & 35W 12V GU5.3*
230V~
230V~
Halogen ELV via electronic transformer
Compact fluorescent lamps CFL
230V~
12V DC
24V DC
GE 20W FLE20HLX/T2/827* - GE 20W FLE20AG/T3/830*
LED Lamps
GE 7W 12V GU5.3*
250W
28x7W (Equiv to
22x7W(Equiv to
980W incandescent) 700W incandescent)
250W
* References of tested lamps from GE Lighting
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Wireless input module
The wireless input modules are extremely versatile,
available in multiple configurations to suit your
application needs. They exist in 3 different hardware
configurations to support different customer needs
and fit conveniently into the smallest places,
particularly like existing switch boxes fastened
by screws or claws. The installer has the option of
clicking on or sealing the node with a blank plate.
Basic setup can be made without using a PC just by
using a combination of 6 push-buttons guided by the
4 LEDs.
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679879
W4IDI
679880
W4ICDI
679881
W4ICDIM
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Description
4 channel wireless input module
12Vdc - 2 channels
230Vac - 2 channels
Normally
Normally
Toggle
Toggle
Open / Closed
Counter Open / Closed
Counter
sensing
sensing
sensing
sensing
Basic
1 + 2
Counter
2 + 3
1
Multifunction
+2 or 2+ 3
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X
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X
X
-
X
-
-
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
Input channel
Input configuration
2 X 12Vdc input
2 channels, each input up to 12Vdc
-NO = Normal open
(contact that is open when inactive)
-NC = Normal closed
(contact that is closed when inactive)
2
3
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Repeating
capability
2 X 230Vdc input
2 channels, each input up to 230Vac
-Toggle = single-pole conventional switch
2 X 12Vdc input can be configured as
2 channels which can record pulses
from external energy meters
Fixed to max. 5 pulses per second
Wireless output
Transmits status using standard EEP
Transmits aggregated pulse count every
15 minutes
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Input module application
The wireless input is used to connect external
contacts from detectors (e.g. PIR, wind, light)
and conventional switches or push buttons
to the system. In addition the input module
is able to record electrical pulses from a
variety of meters (e.g. water, gas, power
or other meters). The module also has the
option to detect 230Vac input signals.
Each input is optically isolated for maximum
safety. 3 different versions of an input module
are available.
Conventional
switch
Movement
detector
Wired
The way an input is interpreted can be
selected by using the 6 configuration buttons
on top of the module.
• Push-button = button that is open when
inactive (e.g. doorbell)
• Normal open = contact that is open when
inactive
• Normal closed = contact that is closed when
inactive
• Toggle = single-pole conventional switch
A wireless telegram is transmitted every time
a change of state occurs at the input terminals
of this module.
Input
module
Wireless
Wireless
actuator
If a control actuator has been paired with
the input module, the output is changed
depending on the mode in which it is set .
The input module provides a convenient
method to integrate any 3rd party device into
the wireless network or the total networked
solution. The input module is mains powered.
Track your
consumption
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HabiTEQ™
Plug-in wireless actuator - 16A
The plug-in wireless actuator is suitable for controlling and
tracking power consumption for various electrical loads.
Most typical being lighting, home appliances and other
IT equipments. The device is specially designed to be
plugged directly into existing standard electrical outlet or
socket simplifying installation. The load to be controlled can
be plugged directly into the module. The socket is available
in three different versions to cover the majority of the
European market needs.
French
Schuko
British
The loads are controlled via a long life electromechanical
relay. The operation or control of the device can be carried
out by multiple wireless devices usually referred to as
transmitters.
Plug-in wireless actuator - 16A
Wireless
switch
Wireless
temperature
sensor
Wireless
input
module
HabiTEQ
controller
via gateway
Wireless
window
contact
Third party
EnOcean
sensors
Energy logging
with gateway
Basic
X
-
X
X
X
X
-
Power
measurement
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
Transmitter
Mode
Plug-in wireless actuator - 16A
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679873
W1R16SB
Picture
Plug type
Mode
Basic
Schuko
679874
W1R16SP
Power measurement
679875
W1R16FB
Basic
French
679876
W1R16FP
Power measurement
679877
W1R16UB
Basic
British
679878
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W1R16UP
Power measurement
HabiTEQ™
Rocker kits and blank plates
for wireless actuators and input modules
Double rocker
The rocker kits and blank plates can be mounted
directly onto the wireless actuators. This facilitates local
operation in addition to remote operation.
Blank plate
Single rocker
Compatible
actuators
Description
Picture
Ref.
No.
Cat. No.
One
channel
actuator
1A
One
channel
actuator
10A
Two
channel
actuator
6A
One
channel
dimmer
250W
Four
channel
input
module
Single rocker kit for
1 channel actuators
White
679900
SWR1W
X
X
-
X
-
Single rocker kit for
1 channel actuators
Black
679901
SWR1B
X
X
-
X
-
Single rocker kit for
1 channel actuators
Cream
679902
SWR1C
X
X
-
X
-
Single rocker kit for
1 channel actuators
Sterling grey
679903
SWR1G
X
X
-
X
-
Double rocker kit for
2 channel actuators
White
679904
SWR2W
-
-
X
-
-
Double rocker kit for
2 channel actuators
Black
679905
SWR2B
-
-
X
-
-
Double rocker kit for
2 channel actuators
Cream
679906
SWR2C
-
-
X
-
-
Double rocker kit for
2 channel actuators
Sterling grey
679907
SWR2G
-
-
X
-
-
Blank plate
White
679908
SWBW
X
X
X
X
X
Blank plate
Black
679909
SWBB
X
X
X
X
X
Blank plate
Cream
679910
SWBC
X
X
X
X
X
Blank plate
Sterling grey
679911
SWBG
X
X
X
X
X
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HabiTEQ™
Wireless batteryfree
switches
The new HabiTEQ switch range based on EnOcean
technology can be used to control a range of
functions including lighting, electric blinds and
trigger scenarios when combined with the 2-wire
bus system. They can be located anywhere in the
installation and are ideal for buildings with glass
partitions to enhance the aesthetic appeal.
A choice of cover plates is available to complete the
assembly with an elegant finish.
Rocker (single or double)
Cover plate (ordered separately)
Assembly frame
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Unrivaled
flexibility
>No maintenance
>Eco-friendly!
Switch with assembly frame
- Power is derived by the mechanical push action
- Wireless telegram is transmitted when pressed
- Multiple mounting options: switch box or designer
surfaces
Wireless batteryfree switches
Pictures
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Description
679882
WSW02W
Single rocker wireless switch - White
679883
WSW02B
Single rocker wireless switch - Black
679884
WSW02C
Single rocker wireless switch - Cream
679885
WSW02G
Single rocker wireless switch - Sterling grey
679886
WSW04W
Double rocker wireless switch - White
679887
WSW04B
Double rocker wireless switch - Black
679888
WSW04C
Double rocker wireless switch - Cream
679889
WSW04G
Double rocker wireless switch - Sterling grey
HabiTEQ™
Snap on
your design
A wide range of
elegant cover plates
Single or double rocker
with LED feedback
Batteryfree and wireless
Control module
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HabiTEQ™
Cover plates for wireless batteryfree switches
and rocker kits
Single rocker
Niko® Original
Simple flush cover plate (83x83mm)
Blank plate
Colour
Pack
Ref. No.
Niko code
Cream(1)
50
679920
100-76100
White(2)
50
679921
101-76100
(3)
50
679922
102-76100
Silver(4)
10
679923
103-76100
Greige(5)
10
679924
104-76100
Light grey
(1)
(2)
+
Double rocker
(3)
(4)
(5)
Niko® INTENSE
Simple flush cover plate (85x85mm)
Single rocker
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Colour
Pack
Ref. No.
Niko code
White(1)
10
679925
120-76100
Sterling(2)
10
679926
121-76100
Anthracite(3)
10
679927
122-76100
Bronze(4)
10
679928
123-76100
Dark brown(5)
10
679929
124-76100
Azure(6)
10
679930
125-76100
Silver(7)
10
679931
127-76100
Dark silver(8)
10
679932
128-76100
Gold(9)
10
679933
129-76100
Blank plate
Double rocker
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
+
(5)
HabiTEQ™
Single rocker
®
Niko PURE
Simple flush cover plate (83x83mm)
Blank plate
+
Double rocker
Colour
Pack
Ref. No.
Niko code
Stainless steel for anthracite(1)
10
679934
150-76100
Natural red(2)
10
679935
152-76100
White steel(3)
10
679936
154-76100
Bamboo(4)
10
679938
156-76100
Alu black(5)
10
679940
158-76100
Alu grey(6)
10
679937
155-76100
Champagne steel(7)
10
679939
157-76100
Stainless steel for white(8)
10
679941
250-76100
(1)
(2)
(3)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(4)
(5)
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HabiTEQ™
Wireless batteryfree window contact
A wireless magnetic contact, powered by a solar cell,
that doesn’t need any maintenance. Integrated energy
storage allows operation for several days, even in total
darkness.
The contact is very small. This means that the magnet
contact is discretely mountable at every window frame
made of aluminium, plastic or wood, with a 2-sided stick
tape.
The device supervises an integrated reed contact and
reports every status change immediately (open<>closed).
In addition a sign of life signal is sent around every
20-30 minutes.
Wireless window contact
36
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679890
WCW
A typical application of the device is to control heating
switching receivers when windows are opened
unintentionally. The device is available in 2 colours (black
and white).
HabiTEQ™
Wireless temperature sensor
The wireless temperature sensor measures and transmits
ambient room temperature and user set point values
periodically. The device utilizes a solar cell to derive power
for its operation, hence requiring no batteries for operation.
The device is capable of operating up to 4 days in total
darkness once fully charged. The device requires no wired
connections, easily mounts to a wall and can control
multiple actuators. The device also has a battery holder
for optional use of batteries, when being used in locations
where there is no light (e.g. basement).
Wireless temperature sensor
1 channel
actuator
Receiver
1A and 10A
Transmitter
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Picture
2 channel
actuator
6A
HabiTEQ
controller
Thirdparty
EnOcean
receivers
679891
WTSND
No setting dial
X
-
X
X
679892
WTSHD
With dial for
heating
X
-
X
X
679893
WTSCD
With dial for
cooling
X
-
X
X
679894
WTSFD
With dial for
combined heating
and cooling
X
X
X
X
37
HabiTEQ™
Bi-directional smart gateway
Smart gateway – advanced control
This version of the gateway creates an interface
between the GE wireless devices (sensors, control
modules and inputs) with the 2–wire bus system,
enabling a complete networked solution.
The gateway enables the CTD range of controllers
to communicate and control the different wireless
switching receivers.
Benefits
- Ultimate flexibility to realize the optimal system
solution combining best of both worlds.
- The powerful controller helps realize advanced
functions (timers, logic, scenes and more)
Smart gateway – energy management
This version of the gateway creates an interface between
the GE wireless devices installed in the building or home
(sensors, control modules and inputs) and the remote
and energy management server. Data related to energy
signature and device status are logged periodically on
the web-based server and made available to registered
users from any remote or local location. Any webenabled smart device (e.g. smartphones, tablets etc…) can
be used to browse the data securely. An activation code
is provided to activate the remote energy management
service through the internet.
Smart gateway – grid link*
The energy management version of the gateway is also
available with an optional built-in Zigbee radio. This can
be used to enable custom information exchange between
the GE wireless (EnOcean based) network in a home or
building and a utility via the smart meter. This product is
tailored to the application needs of the customer and is
project specific.
Benefits:
- Remote or local access to graphically intuitive energy
and data device via any web browser
- Historical usage trends for up to 10 years with
energy data stored on local USB memory
Bi-directional smart gateways
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
Description
679895
WGH
Smart gateway - advanced control
679896
WGW
Smart gateway - energy management
679898
WGHW
Smart gateway - multifunction
(advanced control + energy management)
679897
WGZW
Smart gateway - grid link*
679913
WEBLNK
Web management activation code
679899
1890717
Gateway power supply (2m)
*On request
38
HabiTEQ™
Wireless batteryfree movement sensor
The wireless 41-580 PIR sensor is a ceiling mount motion sensor
and can be used along with the GE wireless range of switching
actuators to implement energy saving applications typical for
office environments, renovations and where cabling is difficult
or not aesthetically suitable. The sensor is powered by a solar
cell and thus requires no batteries for operation, allowing an
easy and simple installation.
The sensor, that acts as a transmitter, sends a wireless telegram
about the presence of people in its coverage area, provided
there is sufficient light in the room. A receiver, like for example
the single channel 10A switching receiver, will maintain the
lighting based on the RF information received from the sensor.
The functional sequence of events is detailed below
- A switching receiver has a batteryfree switch and the motion
sensor learnt into it
- The light is switched on by the user using the switch
- The sensor becomes active and keeps the light ON, provided
it receives a sufficient amount of light (80 lux for 5 minutes)
- Once the room becomes empty, the sensor will turn off the
light after the set cut-off time. (cut-off time = timer value set
actuator)
- The light always needs to be turned on via the switch
Two important factors to consider when using this sensor are
the coverage area and the minimum lux value that the solar cell
needs to generate the energy.
Wireless movement sensor
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679839
41-580
Plan view, diameter indicated at floor level
(mounted at height 2.5m)
Mounting
The PIR sensor is for mounting on a ceiling at a recommended
height of between 2 and 4m. When fixed at a height of
2.5m, the sensor will cover a floor area with a diameter of 7m,
providing 360° coverage for people moving in that area.
Energy for the solar cell
It is important that a minimum light energy of 80 lux should
reaches the solar cell from the switched on light source
(or natural daylight). This minimum generated ‘light energy’
ensures that the sensor is able to start up and ready to transmit
RF information within 5 minutes. (Guideline - 25W incandescent
light bulb distance approx. 50cm)
39
HabiTEQ™
Wireless movement sensor
The wireless 41-380 PIR sensor is a ceiling mount motion sensor
and can be used along with the GE wireless range of switching
actuators to implement energy saving applications typical for
open plan offices, large rooms, small offices and renovations.
The sensor has a 360° detection angle, a range of 140m² and
an integrated light sensor. The sensor is also able to detect
small movements within a 9m² area towards the center.
The sensor controls both ON/OFF functions automatically and
can be powered either by 24Vdc or 230Vac. Threshold settings
for light level and cut-off delay values can be set within the
device.
The sensor, that acts as a transmitter, sends a wireless telegram
based on a combination of the level of light and movement
of people in its coverage area. A receiver, like for example the
single channel 10A switching receiver, will switch ON or OFF the
lighting based on the RF information received from the sensor.
Wireless movement sensor
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679838
41-380
Plan view, diameter
indicated at floor level
Functional sequence of events is detailed below
- A switching receiver has a batteryfree switch and the motion
sensor learnt into it.
- The integrated light sensor continuously measures the level
of light and compares it with the preset light value set by the
lux setting. If the light level falls below the preset value and
the movement sensor detects motion in the coverage area,
a wireless telegram is sent to the receiver asking for the
output to go on.
- Once the sensor sees no movement, the receiver output will
be turned off after the preset cut-off timer has elapsed.
If movement is detected before the cut-off timer has elapsed
it will reset the timer again to its initial value.
- The integrated cut-off delay of 1-30 minutes (adjustable)
ensures that the RF switch-on telegrams are sent
continuously (approx. once a minute) to the receiver,
until the sensor does not register activity anymore or the set
light level is reached.
Mounting
The movement sensor is designed to be fitted to a ceiling
standard height of 2.5-3.0m. At a height of 2.5m the sensor will
cover a floor area with a diameter of 20m and provide full 360°
coverage for movement of people. It has a special lens area
in the center with a coverage diameter of 5m which allows
detection of very slight movements.
The sensor has a specially developed optical function with
two detection ranges, a close range (A + B) to detect small
movements (detection range 9m2) and a distant range (C + D)
to detect movement of people (detection range 140m2).
This combination provides excellent control of lighting,
while at the same time guaranteeing the best possible
energy saving.
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HabiTEQ™
Wireless field tester
The wireless P30GE field tester is an easy to use tool that is
vital for installers and system integrators to achieve the best
results during the planning and installation phase of a wireless
EnOcean based network. The device also plays an important
role in starting up and testing the network.
The following functions support the various phases from
planning to a fully running installation:
1. Radio link test mode (RLN)
In this mode the device helps to assess the reliability of
EnOcean communication between two points or EnOcean
enabled devices A and B. The device automatically analyzes the
bidirectional communication between the two points or devices
depending on various wireless parameters and provides a
simple summary of the link status.
2. Energy management mode (EM)
A dedicated mode allows visualization of the energy
measurement telegrams and the energy being registered by
the GE switching receivers. This enables installers to check and
verify the energy data from the device with reference to a meter
to ensure accuracy of the data.
3. Radio network analysis mode (RNA)
In this mode the P30GE analyzes all relevant parameters of
wireless transmission and the application level by referencing
them to the real EnOcean communication. Special evaluation
algorithms enable you to obtain a very fast overview of the
operational reliability of an installation. Plus, you can identify
sporadic effects by long term analysis. The device also helps
to reveal wireless interference from other devices sharing
the same frequency channel, and enables to check if there is
sufficient energy for sensors to work satisfactorily by virtue of
their installation.
4. Remote management mode (RMM)
In the remote management mode the P30GE enables
teach-in operations, as well as the uploading and downloading
of configuration tables by wireless EnOcean devices. The P30
recognizes EnOcean devices capable of remote management
in its vicinity without user interference ensures the necessary
reliability of communication between the P30GE, ensuring the
particular device before teach-in starts.
5. Repeater postmaster mode (RPP)
Repeaters enhance the reliability of EnOcean communication,
provided they are located in the right locations. When the
configuration of rooms inside a building is altered, it so often
calls for repeaters to be integrated into an EnOcean installation.
To determine optimum repeater positioning, a P30GE in RPP
mode acts as an EnOcean test repeater at the planned point of
installation, and analyzes the entire wireless communication
passing through it. The P30 lists the EnOcean IDs affected and
shows the result of the optimization that‘s aimed at.
Wireless motion sensor
Ref. No.
Cat. No.
679840
P30GE
Radio link
test mode (RLN)
Energy
gy
y
management
g
mode ((EM))
Radio network
analysis
y
mode (RNA)
Remote
management
g
mode (RMM)
Repeater
p
postmaster
p
mode (RPP)
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HabiTEQ™
By reference number
Ref. nr.
679000
679838
679839
679840
679858
679859
679860
679861
679862
679863
679864
679865
679866
679867
679868
679869
679870
679871
679872
679873
679874
679875
679876
679877
679878
679882
679883
679884
679885
679886
679887
679888
679889
679890
679891
679892
679893
679894
679895
679896
679897
679898
679899
679900
679901
679902
679903
679904
679905
679906
679907
679908
679909
679910
679911
679913
679920
679921
679922
679923
679924
679925
679926
679927
679928
679929
679930
679931
679932
679933
679934
679935
679936
679937
679938
679939
679940
679941
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Art.
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41-580
P30GE
W1R1NB
W1R1NT
W1R1LB
W1R1NP
W1R1NM
W1R10NB
W1R10NT
W1R10NP
W1R10NM
W1D1LB
W1D1NB
W2R10NB
W2R10NT
W2R10NP
W2R10NM
W1R16SB
W1R16SP
W1R16FB
W1R16FP
W1R16UB
W1R16UP
WSW02W
WSW02B
WSW02C
WSW02G
WSW04W
WSW04B
WSW04C
WSW04G
WCW
WTSND
WTSHD
WTSCD
WTSFD
WGH
WGW
WGZW
WGHW
1890717
SWR1W
SWR1B
SWR1C
SWR1G
SWR2W
SWR2B
SWR2C
SWR2G
SWBW
SWBB
SWBC
SWBG
WEBLNK
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41-580
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P30GE
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SWBB
SWBC
SWBG
SWBW
SWR1B
SWR1C
SWR1G
SWR1W
SWR2B
SWR2C
SWR2G
SWR2W
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W1D1NB
W1R10NB
W1R10NM
W1R10NP
W1R10NT
W1R16FB
W1R16FP
W1R16SB
W1R16SP
W1R16UB
W1R16UP
W1R1LB
W1R1NB
W1R1NM
W1R1NP
W1R1NT
W2R10NB
W2R10NM
W2R10NP
W2R10NT
WCW
WEBLNK
WGH
WGHW
WGW
WGZW
WSW02B
WSW02C
WSW02G
WSW02W
WSW04B
WSW04C
WSW04G
WSW04W
WTSCD
WTSFD
WTSHD
WTSND
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679910
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679902
679903
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679858
679862
679861
679859
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679872
679871
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The policy of GE Energy is
one of continuous
improvement.
The right is reserved to
alter the design or any
structural details of the
products at any time
without giving notice.
August 2012
GE Industrial Solutions
HabiTEQ™
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102005
GE Energy
Industrial Solutions
Industrial Solutions, a division of GE Energy,
is a first class European supplier of low-voltage
products including wiring devices, residential
and industrial electrical distribution components,
automation products, enclosures and
switchboards. Demand for the company’s
products comes from, wholesalers, installers,
panelboard builders, contractors, OEMs and
utilities worldwide.
@
www.ge.com/ex/industrialsolutions
GE imagination at work
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Ref. R/2417/E/EX 5.0 Ed. 04/12
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