Radio Management
Radio Management
Lights
Wireless control for
• lighting
• heating
• blinds
Blinds
Radio Management – the simple route to more convenience
Nowadays electrical installations are expected to be more flexible, economically
efficient and userfriendly – for example, it
should be possible to switch all the lights
in the house on or off from a central point
or to control various light moods at the
touch of a button.
The increasing need for security has also
grown in importance.
For this reason, a forward-looking electrical
installation must offer the possibility of
integrating monitoring components and
safety devices.
Existing installations though rarely have
such extensive possibilities for control.
In only a few cases is there sufficient cable
available to achieve the desired functions
during retrofitting or change of usage.
The dirt and mess caused by walls and
ceilings being prised open is followed by
extensive renovation work. The resulting
costs no longer bear any relation to the
additional benefit and extremely useful
additions are not implemented.
The Radio Management system from JUNG
was developed specifically for this market.
It makes it possible to realise additional
comfort and safety functions using the
existing electrical installation.
All the components are connected via radio
and are either independent of existing
cables or added to them.
The installation is extremely simple and
the system can easily be combined with
existing systems.
System overview
Radio Management Controller
Transmitter
Radio hand held transmitter
Lighting
Spot 1
Lighting
Spot 1
Lighting
Spot 2
Lighting
Spot 2
“Flat” Wall-mounted
radio transmitter
Radio
timer thermostat
Flush mounted radio
transmitter with 2-gang
push-button sensor
Radio multifunction
transmitter
Radio hand held transmitter
„Mini”
“Flat” wall-mounted
radio automatic switch
Universal
radio transmitter
The JUNG Radio Management system operates at approx.
433 MHz within the limited ISM
frequency band that is enabled for industrial, scientific
and medical applications. The range as well as the ability
to penetrate matter are very good in this area of frequency. They even penetrate walls and ceilings and can
therefore relay signals throughout the building.
The JUNG Radio Management system operates with the
minimum level of radiated power. There is no danger of
negative effects on the human body as a result of radiation.
The system is divided into the three device groups of
transmitter, repeater and receiver.
Master receiver
Radio antenna
Repeater
Radio presence detector
Radio observer 180
Basic version
Repeater in plug adapter
housing with SCHUKO
socket
Receiver
Lighting control
DIN rail devices
Radio-controlled
blinds actuator
Radio-controlled actuator,
switch or push-button
Radio-controlled
push-button controller
Radio-controlled
universal dimmer
Center plate
with radio receiver
Radio-controlled
universal in-line dimmer
Radio-controlled plug
adapter switch/
dimmer
Funk-Schaltaktor
Radio switch actuator
Radio universal
dimming actuator
Radio push-button
controller
Blinds control
Radio-controlled
blinds actuator
Center plate
for motor control inserts
KNX
Radio blinds actuator
Radio switch actuator,
4-gang
Temperature Management
Lighting
Spot 1
Lighting
Spot 2
Spot
Counter
Blinds
Radio-controlled push-button, 4-gang
for bus coupling unit
Radio-controlled
EIB converter
Radio-controlled
valve drive
Transmitter
Radio wall-mounted
transmitter
The modular designed device
consists of the transmitter
insert and the 1- to 4-gang
instabus push-button sensors
in the JUNG A 500, AS 500,
CD 500, CD plus, LS 990,
Aluminium and Stainless Steel
ranges. Up to four receivers
can be individually addressed.
Radio hand-held transmitter
The mobile radio hand-held
transmitter can be operated
from any point and thus offers
maximum comfort.
After a push-button operation,
the transmitter sends a radio
telegram which is understood
and evaluated by all the receivers. Groups A, B and C are
available, each with 8 channels.
Lighting
Spot 1
Lighting
Spot 2
Radio universal transmitter
The universal transmitter can
be used in connection with
conventional light or shutter
switches.
Due to the compact design, it
fits behind the switch in a
flush-mounted box.
Existing installations can also
be easily integrated into the
radio system.
Radio Management
Controller
The Radio Management
controller is a recent addition
to the range and takes over
the central control of all the
receivers in a radio-controlled
installation. This happens in
three ways: using manual settings, fully automatically via
individually coordinated time
programs or using lifestyle or
event programs.
ALL OFF and ALL ON commands
are possible as well as the
control of light moods. As the
wall-mounted transmitter is
battery-operated and therefore not connected to the
network, the device can be
placed in any position.
It is a good idea to use wallmounted transmitters wherever a fixed installation is
required for example in the
entrance hall.
These carry out ON/OFF,
UP/DOWN and dimming commands depending on the
receiver. 24 radio receivers
can be operated individually
with this capacity. A particular
practical feature is the fact
that all the receiving devices
that have been taught into
the function can be switched
on or off with the ALL ON/
ALL OFF button.
The comfort variant has in
addition the ability to store
and retrieve light moods
which can also be dimmed
together using the master
push button.
“Flat” Wall-mounted
radio transmitter
Whenever a flush-mounted
installation is not advisable or
possible for visual or structural reasons, this transmitter is
used.
The “flat” radio wall-mounted
transmitter, which does not
require a flush-mounted box,
can always be placed in an
optimum position for operation.
The device can also be fixed
to glass surfaces, tiles or furniture.
The “flat” radio wall-mounted
transmitter operates with a
long life battery and is thus
independent of cables.
Universal radio transmitter
with L conductor
The component extends
existing installations through
the wireless tansmission of
switching commands. It can
be operated for switching,
dimming or blind control
functions.
Due to its compact design,
it fits behind the respective
switch insert in a flushmounted box.
For example, depending on
the predefined scenario, the
blinds in the bedroom and
living room are closed, the
lighting in the children’s
room is dimmed down to 50%
and specific luminaires are
switched on or off or dimmed
– regardless of whether
someone is at home or not.
All the important information
is indicated on the illuminated
text display of the controller.
This includes input data,
operating states and the
ambient temperature.
JUNG offers the right transmitter in the appropriate design
for all areas of application. There are transmitters for flush
mounting or for flat installation on glass surfaces, tiles or
furniture – without a flush-mounted box.
There are also hand-held transmitters available in different
versions as well as the Radio Management controller as a
central control unit.
Receiver
Radio-controlled switch
and blinds actuator
If there is only a small
amount of space available,
these variants are used for
lighting or blind control:
Thanks to its particularly
compact design, the respective actuator fits into a flushmounted box, behind inserts
and blanking covers or in a
luminaire.
Center plate with radio
receiver for motor control
inserts
This flush-mounted system
module offers the possibility
of controlling blind motors
centrally via radio and without control cables.
The operation is carried out
either via a radio transmitter
or directly on the device.
Radio-controlled switch/
push-button actuator,
built-in
This component has a relay
output level which can be
used to switch larger loads.
The compact radio-controlled
actuator can be inserted
easily in false ceilings or
luminaries.
It is also possible to operate
extension units via conventional push-buttons.
Lighting
Spot 1
Lighting
Spot 1
Spot
Counter
Lighting
Corridor
Center plate
with radio receiver
The operation of universal
and standard touch dimmers
as well as relay inserts is
carried out via the center
plate with radio receiver in
the JUNG ranges AS 500, A 500,
CD 500, SL 500, LS 990,
Aluminium and Stainless
Steel.
The functional spectrum can
be conveniently extended
through the connection of
different sensors for glass
breakage and/or sun.
The lighting is either operated
via the transmitter or directly
on the device.
Universal radio-controlled
EIB push-button
This device consists of
a bus coupler and the radiocontrolled switch sensor.
The KNX/EIB universal switch
sensor with radio receiver
creates the link between
radio technology and the
KNX/EIB system.
Radio-controlled pushbutton controller, built-in
This radio receiver switches
and dims lighting systems
with 1 – 10 V control input
and is mounted in false
ceilings to save space.
Integration in scene setting
is also possible.
Radio-controlled plug
adapter, switch or dimmer
This enables devices which
are not linked to a specific
location to be integrated in
the radio system. The mobile
receiver is inserted in the
socket and the mains plug
e.g. of standard and table
lamps is simply plugged in.
These lamps can now be
switched or dimmed via radio.
Radio-controlled universal
cord dimmer
With this device, larger loads
can also be dimmed.
The radio-controlled universal
pull cord dimmer detects the
connected load automatically
and the initital brightness can
be stored in the device as a
memory value.
Radio devices for DIN rail mounting
Master receiver
The master receiver is the
central unit for the receipt
of radio telegrams. These
telegrams are routed to the
connected radio devices.
Up to 30 radio-controlled
actuators can be linked with
a master receiver. It has an
integrated antenna for
receiving the radio signals.
If the installation conditions
are unfavourable e.g. in the
case of a steel distribution
box, an additional antenna
can be connected and placed
outside the shield.
Radio push-button
controller
The radio push-button controller is the optimum device
for the radio-controlled
switching and dimming of
lighting.
The initial brightness can be
stored in the device as a
memory value.
The radio push-button
controller can teach in up
to 30 radio channels.
Radio-controlled
blinds actuator
With the radio-controlled
blinds actuator, blinds or
roller shutter motors can be
controlled by radio.
Depending on the operation
of a taught-in radio transmitter, louvres are adjusted
or the shutter is raised and
lowered.
Universal radio-controlled
dimmer
The universal radio-controlled
dimmer automatically detects
the connected load.
In combination with the
master receiver, it switches
and dims the lighting via
radio commands.
The initial brightness can also
be set as a memory value in
this device.
Radio-controlled
switch actuator
This device enables the radiocontrolled switching of electronic loads such as incandescent lamps, conventional
transformers or fluorescent
lamps.
If the radio-controlled switch
actuator receives e.g. a signal
from the radio-controlled
observer via the master
receiver, it switches light on
for approx. 1 min when it
goes dark.
Radio switch actuator ,
4-gang
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The application spectrum in Radio Management
has been universally extended by the new DIN
rail radio components.
Radio-controlled observer/Radio-controlled presence detector
Radio-controlled
observer 180
This sensor monitors a detection area of 180°. With a mounting height of 2.40 m, the field
of detection is approx. 16x32 m.
The observer is operated at
the radio-controlled performance unit. The operating
time and brightness can be
adjusted as required.
The radio-controlled Observer
operates with a 9 V monobloc
battery.
The operating state and undervoltage of the battery are indicated at any time on the LED
display.
Radio-controlled presence
detector
The flexibility of the radio-controlled presence detector opens
up new areas of application,
where cables cannot be laid
for technical or visual reasons.
The radio-controlled presence
detector can be positioned
anywhere on the ceiling in
interior rooms – without a
flush-mounted box and without a supply cable.
It can therefore be installed
quickly and cleanly without
the need for costly renovation
work.
Regardless of whether it is
installed in the office, in
meeting rooms or conference
rooms – the radio-controlled
presence detector only
switches the light on when
it is actually required.
This demand-orientated
activation results in an economical use of energy.
The operating state and low
battery indication are displayed via the red LED on the
device.
The signals are transmitted
wirelessly via radio from the
obsever to the radiocontrolled performance unit
where the Observer settings
such as the operating time
can also be carried out. Up to
30 radio-controlled Observers
can therefore be taught in
per performance unit.
This enables complete monitoring even when a large
number of people are present.
Constant lighting control is
also possible using the appropriate radio-controlled dimming actuator technology.
Radio Management
Transmitter
For more details see technical appendix.
Radio hand-held transmitter
The hand-held transmitter sends a radio telegram after a push-button operation.
This telegram is understood and evaluated by all the receivers of the Radio Management system.
There are three groups available (A, B, C), each with 8 channel push-buttons (on/off – up/down – dimming)
i.e. 24 radio receivers can be operated individually.
Central control by ALL ON / ALL OFF buttons.
Transmission range: max. 100 m (free field).
The hand-held transmitter is operated with 4 x micro (AAA), alkaline (LR03) batteries (not included).
Battery life: approx. 3 years.
Description
Radio hand-held transmitter
Standard version
colour: anthracite
Comfort version
additional function: 5 light scenes, master dimming
colour: anthracite
Wall-fixing
for 48 FH / 48 KFH
colour: anthracite
Mini version
The "Mini" hand-held transmitter controls 2 channels
(On/Off, Up/Down and dimming function)
colour: anthracite
Battery operation with one lithium button cell (CR 2032)
which is supplied with the device.
Transmission range: max. 30 m (free field)
Battery life: approx. 5 years
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Ref.-no.
48 FH
48 KFH
WH 48
42 FH
Transmitter
Radio Management
For technical details see appendix.
Description
Universal radio transmitter
mains operated
Ref.-no.
FUS 22 UP
The universal radio transmitter can be used to extend an existing electrical installation by the possibility of
transmitting 230 V control commands by radio. The transmitter can be operated for switching, dimming or
blind/shutter control functions. When mains voltage (230 V ~) is applied to inputs (E1, E2), the universal radio
transmitter transmits radio telegrams which are evaluated by all radio-controlled receivers. For selection and
indication of the mode of operation, the device is equipped with a push-button
and an LED.
Mode A:
Mode B:
Mode C:
Mode D:
2-channel dimming, toggling (E1 and E2)
2-channel switching (E1 and E2)
1-channel dimming (E1/E2)
1-channel blind/shutter (E1/E2)
Technical data
Power supply:
Transmit frequency:
Transmitting range:
Operating temperature:
Protection level:
Dimension (Ø x H):
AC 230 V ~
433.42 MHz, ASK
appr. 100 m (in free field)
ca. –20° C ... +55° C
IP 20
52 mm x 23 mm
Radio multifunction transmitter
FMS 4 UP
The radio multifunction transmitter is a battery-operated four-channel radio transmitter
for the extension of an existing radio control installation.
At its four inputs the multifunction radio transmitter detects
switching states of volt-free installation switches or push-buttons.
It transmits radio telegrams which can be decoded by all radio control receivers.
A 5-digit dipswitch facilitates the selection of eight different modes of operation.
A red LED indicates the transmission of radio telegrams (slow unsymmetrical blinking, 4 Hz)
or an empty battery „LowBatt“ (quick symmetrical blinking, 10 Hz).
The multifunction transmitter is powered by a lithium button cell (CR 2032)
which is supplied with the device.
Technical data
Power supply:
Battery:
Length of connecting lines:
Transmit frequency:
Transmitting range:
Protection level:
Temperature range:
Dimensions (L x W x H):
3 VDC
1 x CR 2032 lithium cell
approx. 290 mm
433.42 MHz, ASK
100 m max. (in free field)
IP 20
approx. –20° C to +55° C
45 x 40 x 10 mm
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Radio Management
Transmitter
For technical details see appendix.
Description
Ref.-no.
Flush-mounted radio transmitter
40 FW
Installation into standard wall box or with surface cap.
Range: 100 m (free field).
Battery-operated with two lithium button cells (CR2032) which are included.
Battery life: approx. 3 years.
The wall-mounted transmitter is operated in combination with standard push-button sensors
(1-gang, 2-gang or 4-gang).
After the push-button sensor is pressed, the transmitter sends a radio telegram which is understood
and evaluated by all the receivers of the Radio Management system.
Possible modes: on/off, dimming, light scene, central off (to be selected by microswitches).
The number of radio channels available depends on the sensor control used.
Two opposite keys are assigned to one channel.
Standard push-button sensor
for flush-mounted radio transmitter 40 FW
CD 2074 NABS..
A 2074 NABS..
LS 2074 NABS..
AL 2074 NABS
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for ranges CD 500 and CD plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
CD 2071 NABS..
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
CD 2072 NABS..
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
CD 2074 NABS..
available colours: ivory, white (..WW), blue (..BL), brown (..BR), grey (..GR), light grey (..LG),
red (..RT), black (..SW), gold bronze (..GB), platinium (..PT)
for ranges AS 500, A 500 and A plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
available colours: ivory, white (..WW), aluminium (..AL)
A 2071 NABS..
A 2072 NABS..
A 2074 NABS..
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
available colours: ivory, white (..WW), light grey (..LG), black (..SW)
LS 2071 NABS..
LS 2072 NABS..
LS 2074 NABS..
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
ES 2071 NABS
ES 2072 NABS
ES 2074 NABS
for ranges Aluminium and LS plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
AL 2071 NABS
AL 2072 NABS
AL 2074 NABS
for ranges Anthracite and LS plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
AL 2071 NABS AN
AL 2072 NABS AN
AL 2074 NABS AN
for ranges Gold and LS plus
1-gang (1-channel transmission)
2-gang (2-channel transmission)
4-gang (4-channel transmission)
AL 2071 NABS GO
AL 2072 NABS GO
AL 2074 NABS GO
Transmitter
Radio Management
Description
Ref.-no.
Standard push-button module
for flush-mounted radio transmitter 40 FW
for range Flat-design
The device has to be extended with the desired cover for push-button module.
1-gang
2-gang
3-gang
4-gang
2071 TSM
2072 TSM
2073 TSM
2074 TSM
Covers for push-button module
in ivory, white (WW) and light grey (LG)
For 1-gang push-button module
Standard
With symbols
With inscription plate 68.5 x 68.5 mm
FD 901 TSA ..
FD 901 TSAP ..
FD 901 TSANA ..
For 2/3-gang push-button module
Standard
With symbols
With inscription plate 32 x 68.5 mm
FD 902 TSA ..
FD 902 TSAP ..
FD 902 TSANA ..
For 3/4-gang push-button module
Standard
With symbols
With inscription plate 32 x 33 mm
FD 904 TSA ..
FD 904 TSAP ..
FD 904 TSANA ..
Metal versions
Stainless Steel (ES), Aluminium (AL) and Anthracite (AL .. AN)
For 1-gang push-button module
Standard
With symbols
With inscription plate 68.5 x 68.5 mm
FD .. 901 TSA ..
FD .. 901 TSAP ..
FD .. 901 TSANA ..
For 2/3-gang push-button module
Standard
With symbols
With inscription plate 32 x 68.5 mm
FD .. 902 TSA ..
FD .. 902 TSAP ..
FD .. 902 TSANA ..
For 3/4-gang push-button module
Standard
With symbols
With inscription plate 32 x 33 mm
FD .. 904 TSA ..
FD .. 904 TSAP ..
FD .. 904 TSANA ..
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Radio Management
Transmitter
"Flat" Wall-mounted radio transmitter
sends a radio telegram after a push-button sensor is pressed.
The telegram is understood and evaluated by all the radio receivers of the Radio Management system.
Possible modes: on/off, dimming, light scene, central off (to be selected by microswitches).
Range: approx. 30 m (free field).
Battery operation with two lithium button cells (CR 2016) which are included. Battery life: approx. 3 years.
Installation is carried out with the appropriate frame directly onto a level surface (plaster, wood, glass, mirror
or flush box) using adhesive or screws. The number of radio channels available depends on the sensor
control used. Two opposite keys are assigned to one channel.
Description
Ref.-no.
"Flat" Wall-mounted radio transmitter
for ranges A 500, AS 500 and A plus
1-channel
ivory
white
aluminium
2-channel
ivory
white
aluminium
A 42 F
A 42 F WW
A 42 F AL
4-channel
ivory
white
aluminium
A 44 F
A 44 F WW
A 44 F AL
"Flat" Wall-mounted radio transmitter
for ranges CD 500 and CD plus
1-channel
ivory
white
2-channel
ivory
white
4-channel
ivory
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A 41 F
A 41 F WW
A 41 F AL
CD 41 F
CD 41 F WW
CD 42 F
CD 42 F WW
CD 44 F
Transmitter
Description
Radio Management
Ref.-no.
"Flat" Wall-mounted radio transmitter
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
1-channel
stainless steel
2-channel
stainless steel
4-channel
stainless steel
ES 41 F
ES 42 F
ES 44 F
for ranges Aluminium and LS plus
1-channel
aluminium (lacquered)
2-channel
aluminium (lacquered)
4-channel
aluminium (lacquered)
AL 41 F
AL 42 F
AL 44 F
for ranges Anthracite and LS plus
1-channel
anthracite (lacquered)
2-channel
anthracite (lacquered)
4-channel
anthracite (lacquered)
AL 41 F AN
AL 42 F AN
AL 44 F AN
for ranges Gold and LS plus
1-channel
gold (lacquered)
2-channel
gold (lacquered)
4-channel
gold (lacquered)
AL 41 F GO
AL 42 F GO
AL 44 F GO
for ranges Antracite and LS plus
1-channel
anthracite (lacquered)
2-channel
anthracite (lacquered)
4-channel
anthracite (lacquered)
AL 41 F AN
AL 42 F AN
AL 44 F AN
for ranges Chrome and LS plus
1-channel
chrome (lacquered)
2-channel
chrome (lacquered)
4-channel
chrome (lacquered)
GCR 41 F
GCR 42 F
GCR 44 F
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
1-channel
ivory
white
light grey
2-channel
ivory
white
light grey
4-channel
ivory
white
light grey
LS 41 F
LS 41 F WW
LS 41 F LG
LS 42 F
LS 42 F WW
LS 42 F LG
LS 44 F
LS 44 F WW
LS 44 F LG
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Radio Management
Repeater
Repeater
The operating range of the Radio Management system is extended
by the use of the repeater.
The repeater receives radio telegrams from a taught-in radio transmitter
and repeats them.
The telegram is received and evaluated by a radio-controlled receiver.
It is not possible to cascade the repeaters i.e. telegrams sent from
a repeater are not repeated by another repeater.
Up to 60 radio transmitters can be taught.
Technical data
Power supply:
Temperature range:
Type of protection:
Length of the mains cable:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
230 V ~, 50 Hz
–20 °C to +55 °C
IP 20
1.5 m
110 x 94 x 38 mm
Repeater
in plug adapter housing with SCHUKO-socket
(only suitable in countries with german socket system)
The SCHUKO-socket with child protection retains all functions.
By the use of this repeater, the radius of action of the Radio Management
system is highly extended. The repeater receives radio telegrams from a
programmed radio transmitter and repeats them . The telegram is received
and evaluated by a radio receiver.
Cascading of repeaters is not possible, i. e. telegrams sent by a repeater
are not repeated by another repeater. Several repeaters can be installed within
one system, for example, two repeaters transmit to a radio actuator.
Install the repeater in the middle of the desired radio link, if possible.
Up to 60 radio transmitters can be taught into one repeater.
Technical data
Power supply:
Temperature range:
Frequency:
Type of protection:
Dimensions:
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100 FR
230 V ~
–20 °C to +55 °C
433,42 MHz, ASK
IP 20
163 x 70 x 72 mm
100 FRSG
Receiver
Radio Management
Reception frequency: 433.42 MHz, ASK
For technical details see appendix.
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio-controlled switch actuator
mains operated, live + neutral required
1-channel switch
FA 10 UP
1-channel push-button
FA 10 UPT
Max. pulse duration of 10 sec.
The radio-controlled switch actuator switches electrical loads (230 V ~ / 8 A)
as soon as it has received an appropriate taught-in radio signal.
Up to 14 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio-controlled switch actuator.
On receipt of a radio signal form a radio-controlled Observer, the “1-channel-switch”
switches on for an overshoot period of approx. 1 min.
Light scene
The operation of light scene (switching only) is possible using the radio
hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter (e.g. the lighting is switched on).
The required light scene push-button of the radio hand-held or
wall-mounted transmitter must be taught into the radio-controlled actuator.
Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Switching contact:
Miniature circuit-breaker:
Switching capacity:
Incandescent lamps
High voltage halogen lamps
Low voltage halogen lamps
– conventional transformers
– TRONIC-transformers
Fluorescent lamps
– not compensated
– parallel compensated
– lead-lag circuit
Temperature range:
Type of protection:
Dimensions (Ø x H):
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Relay, floating contact, 8 A
10 A
1000 W
1000 W
0750 VA, with min. 85 % nominal load
0750 W
0500 VA
0400 VA
1000 VA
–20 °C to +55 °C
IP 20
52 x 23 mm, centre hole Ø 7,5 mm
Note: Energy-saving lamps generate extremely high current peaks when they are switched on which can lead
to bonding of the switching contact. You should therefore check the suitability of the lamps before use.
The make contact has basic insulation internally and is separated from the phase.
The following loads can be switched:
Functional extra-low voltage (FELV) or one phase L (230 V ~) against the neutral conductor N.
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Radio Management
Receiver
Reception frequency: 433.42 MHz, ASK
For technical details see appendix.
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio-controlled switch actuator FM
mains operated, live + neutral required
2-channel switch
FA 26 UP
2-channel push-button
FA 26 UPT
Max. pulse duration of 10 sec.
The 2-channel, radio-controlled switch actuator enables two electrical loads
to be switched independently by radio control.
Up to 7 radio transmitters per channel can be taught into the actuator.
On receipt of a taught-in radio signal from a radio-controlled Observer, the “2-channel switch”
switches on for an overshoot period of approx. 1 minute.
Light scene
The operation of light scene (switching only) is possible using the radio
hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter (e.g. the lighting is switched on).
The required light push-button of the radio hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter
must be taught into the radio-controlled actuator. Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Switching contact:
Relay, µ floating contact, 6 A (only for resistive load)
Miniature circuit-breaker:
10 A
Switching capacity (per channel):
Incandescent lamps
350 W
High voltage halogen lamps
300 W
Low voltage halogen lamps
– conventional transformers
350 VA, with min. 85 % nominal load
.– TRONIC transformers
300 W
Fluorescent lamps
– not compensated
350 VA
Number of possible transmitters:
max. 7 per channel
Temperature range:
–20 °C to +55 °C
Type of protection:
IP 20
Dimensions (Ø x H):
52 x 23 mm, centre hole Ø 7,5 mm
Not suitable for fluorescent lamps with parallel compensation 47 µF) or lead-lag circuit
as well as energy-saving lamps.
Radio-controlled blinds actuator FM
FAJ 6 UP
mains operated, live + neutral required
The radio-controlled blinds actuator enables the wireless remote control of a shutter or blinds motor.
Dependent on the operation of a radio transmitter, the louvres are adjusted (short push-button
action <1 sec) or the blinds are moved (long push-button action >1 sec).
Up to 14 radio-controlled transmitters can be taught into the radio-controlled blinds actuator.
Light scene
The limit position of the blind (top or bottom) can be integrated together with the lighting into
a maximum of 5 light scenes.
The required light scene push-button of the radio hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter must
be taught into the radio-controlled actuator.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Miniature circuit-breaker:
10 A
Switching capacity:
max. 1 motor 700 W
Relay output:
2 make contacts (non-floating and interlocked)
Reversing time for change in direction: approx. 1 sec
Continuous operation:
approx. 2 min
Temperature range:
–20 °C to +55 °C
Type of protection:
IP 20
Dimensions (Ø x H):
52 x 23 mm, centre hole Ø 7,5 mm
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Receiver
Radio Management
The radio-controlled plug adapters permit radio-controlled switching and dimming
(only FZD 1254 WW) of non-stationary and mains-plug equipped electrical appliances (230 V ~)
as, for instance, table or standard lamps.The adapter is operated either with a radio transmitter
of the Radio Management System or locally (only switching).The starting brightness can be
stored in the device as memory brightness. On receipt of the radio signal from a
radio-controlled observer, it switches on for an overshoot period of approx. 1 min.
Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the plug adapter dimmer.
Light scene
The radio-controlled adapter can be integrated in up to five light scenes which are activated
with the corresponding radio transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter ‘Comfort’) and stored.
The desired light scene key must be taught into the radio-controlled adapter.
Description
Radio-controlled plug adapter switch
in SCHUKO-socket housing
(only suitable in countries with german socket system)
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50 Hz
Fuse:
T 6.3 H 250 V
Switching capacity (relay contact):
Incandescent lamps
1000 W
High voltage halogen lamps
1000 W
Low voltage halogen lamps
– conventional transformers
0750 VA
– TRONIC transformer
0750 W
Fluorescent lamps
– not compensated
0500 VA
– parallel compensated
0400 VA
– lead-lag circuit
1000 VA
Temperature range:
–20 °C to +55 °C
Type of protection:
IP 20
Dimensions (L x W x D):
136 x 70 x 72 mm
Ref.-no.
FZS 10 WW
Radio-controlled plug adapter dimmer
in SCHUKO-socket housing
(only suitable in countries with german socket system)
FZD 1254 WW
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Fuse:
Connected load:
R,L,C
Dimensions (L x W x D):
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
T 6,3 H 250 V
50 – 315 W/VA
230 V Incandescent lamps
High voltage halogen lamps
Low voltage halogen lamps with
– conventional transformers
– TRONIC transformer
Mixed loads of specific load types are permitted
(not capacitive with inductive loads).
136 x 70 x 72 mm
Note: Energy-saving lamps generate extremely high current peaks when they are switched
on which can lead to bonding of the switching contact. You should therefore check the suitability
of the lamps before use
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Radio Management
Receiver
Reception frequency: 433.42 MHz, ASK
For technical details see appendix.
Description
Radio-controlled switch actuator, built-in
switch
Ref.-no.
FA 10 EB
The radio-controlled switch actuator switches electrical loads (230 V / 10 A) as soon
as it has received a corresponding taught-in radio-signal.
Up to 30 transmitters can be taught into the radio-controlled switch actuator.
On receipt of a radio signal from the radio-controlled observer, it switches on
for an overshoot period of approx. 1 min.
The radio-controlled switch actuator can be operated via a satellite station signal (230 V)
e.g. push-button 531 U or satellite station 1220 NE.
Light scene
The operation of light scene (switching only) is possible using the radio hand-held
or wall-mounted transmitter (e.g. the lighting is switched on).
The required light scene push-button of the radio hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter
must be taught into the radio-controlled actuator. Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Switching contact:
Switching capacity:
Incandescent lamps
High voltage halogen lamps
– conventional transformers
– TRONIC transformers
Fluorescent lamps
– not compensated
– parallel compensated
– lead-lag circuit
Temperature range:
Type of protection:
Number of satellite stations:
Dimensions (L x W x H):
230 V ~, 50 Hz
Relay (10 A)
2300 W
1000 W
1500 W
1200 W
0920 W
2300 W
–20 °C to +55 °C
IP 20
unlimited
175 x 42 x 18 mm
Radio-controlled push-button controller, built-in
FST 1240 EB
The radio-controlled push-button controller 1...10 V enables the lighting to be
controlled remotely via radio.
The luminaire can thus be switched (short switch operation) or dimmed (long switch operation).
On receipt of a radio signal from the radio-controlled observer, it switches on for an
overshoot period of approx. 1 min. The operation in light scene is possible.
Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio-controlled push-button
controller.
Technical data
Power supply:
Control voltage:
Control current:
Electrical isolation 1 – 10 V:
Switching contact:
Connected load:
Resistive load
Electronic ballast, transformer
Line protection:
Temperature range:
Type of protection:
Dimensions (L x W x H):
22
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
1 – 10 V
max. 15 mA
2 kV basic insulation
µ relay contact
max. 1800 W
type-dependent
10 A
–20 °C to +55 °C
IP 20
187 x 28 x 28 mm
Receiver
Radio Management
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio-controlled universal dimmer, built-in
FUD 1253 EB
The radio-controlled universal dimmer enables the wireless remote control
and manual triggering of luminaires.
The lighting can be switched (short switch operation) or dimmed (long switch operation).
On receipt of a radio signal from the radio-controlled observer, it switches on for an
overshoot period of approx. 1 min.The operation in light scene is possible.
Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio-controlled universal dimmer.
The radio-controlled universal dimmer can be operated via a satellite station signal (230 V)
e.g. satellite station ref.-no. 1220 NE or push-button ref.-no. 531 U.
Technical data
Power supply:
Connected load:
230 V ~, 50 Hz (neutral conductor not required)
50 – 315 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
R,L,C
TRONIC transformers
Conventional transformers
Mixed loads of specified load types are permitted (not capacitive with inductive loads).
In the case of a mixed load with conventional transformers, 50 % of the resistive load
(incandescent lamps, high voltage lamps) should not be exceeded.
Number of connected power amplifiers: max. 10 (ref.-nos. 245 TL REG or 247 EB
or 245 NL REG or 246 EB)
Number of satellite stations:
unlimited
Emitted interference:
according to EN 55015
Temperature range:
0 °C to +55 °C
Type of protection:
IP 20
Dimensions (L x W x H):
187 x 28 x 28 mm
Radio-controlled universal in-line dimmer
FUSD 1253 SW
The radio-controlled universal in-line dimmer enables the wireless remote control of luminaires.
The luminaire can thus be switched (short switch operation) or dimmed (long switch operation).
The operation can be carried out with a radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter.
The required initial brightness value can be stored (memory function).
Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the universal in-line dimmer.
Light scene
The universal in-line dimmer can be integrated into light scene.
These are recalled using the radio hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter.
The required light scene push-button of the radio hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter
must be taught into the universal in-line dimmer. Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Connected load:
230 V ~, 50 Hz
50 – 315 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
R,L,C
TRONIC transformers
Conventional transformers
Mixed loads of specified load types are permitted (not capacitive with inductive loads).
In the case of a mixed load with conventional transformers, 50 % of the resistive load
(incandescent lamps, high voltage lamps) should not be exceeded.
Dimensions (L x W x H):
126 x 60 x 28 mm
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Radio Management
Receiver
For more details see technical appendix.
Function of the radio center plate:
1. Longer operation of the upper half: dimming from min. to max.
2. Short operation of the upper half: ON
3. Longer operation of the lower half:dimming from max. to min.
4. Short operation of the lower half: OFF
5. Short operation of the whole surface area: ON or OFF
6. Operation of the whole surface area when supply is connected for
min. 3 sec.: the current dimming value is stored as a memory value
CD 1561.07 F WW
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio center plate
for switching and dimming inserts
1201 URE, 1201-1 URE, 1202 URE, 1225 SDE, 1240 STE, 1244 NVSE, 1254 TSE, 1254 UDE
AS 1561.07 F WW
for ranges CD 500 and CD plus
ivory*
blue
brown
grey
light grey
red
black
white
gold bronze
platinum
CD 1561.07 F
CD 1561.07 F BL
CD 1561.07 F BR
CD 1561.07 F GR
CD 1561.07 F LG
CD 1561.07 F RT
CD 1561.07 F SW
CD 1561.07 F WW
CD 1561.07 F GB
CD 1561.07 F PT
for ranges AS 500 and A plus
ivory
white
AS 1561.07 F
AS 1561.07 F WW
for ranges A 500 and A plus
white
aluminium
A 1561.07 F WW
A 1561.07 F AL
for range SL 500
white
gold bronze
black
SL 1561.07 F WW
SL 1561.07 F GB
SL 1561.07 F SW
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
ivory
white
light grey
LS 1561.07 F
LS 1561.07 F WW
LS 1561.07 F LG
A 1561.07 F WW
SL 1561.07 F WW
LS 1561.07 F WW
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Receiver
Radio Management
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio center plate
for switching and dimming inserts
1201 URE, 1201-1 URE, 1202 URE, 1225 SDE, 1240 STE, 1244 NVSE, 1254 TSE, 1254 UDE
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
stainless steel
ES 1561.07 F
ES 1561.07 F
for ranges Aluminium and LS plus
aluminium
AL 1561.07 F
AL 1561.07 F
for ranges Anthracite and LS plus
anthracite
AL 1561.07 F AN
AL 1561.07 F AN
for ranges Chrome and LS plus
aluminium
GCR 1561.07 F
GCR 1561.07 F
for ranges Gold and LS plus
gold
AL 1561.07 F GO
AL 1561.07 F GO
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Radio Management
Inserts
For further techn. information reffer to main catalogue or www.jung.de.
Description
Universal dimmer insert
(short circuit proof)
nominal voltage:
connected load:
Ref.-no.
1254 UDE
Standard dimmer insert
nominal voltage:
connected load:
1225 SDE
Universal relay switch insert
(neutral line necessary)
nominal voltage:
Connected load:
1201 URE
Universal relay switch insert
1-channel switch with additional floating contact
for switching of different external conductors
(min. 12 V, 100 mA /no SELV)
N-conductor required
1201-1 URE
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
50 – 420 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
R,L,C
TRONIC transformers
conventional transformers
Mixed loads of specific load types are permitted (however, not capacitive with inductive loads).
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
20 – 500 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
R,L
conventional transformers
Mixed loads of specific load types are permitted.
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
230 V incandescent lamps (2300 W)
230 V halogen lamps (2300 W)
TRONIC transformers (1500 W)
conventional transformers (1000 W)
fluorescent lamps
not compensated 1200 W
parallel compensated 920 W
lead-lag circuit 2300 W
Attention: energy saving lamps cause high peak current,
reduction of capacity necessary!
Please check suitability of lamps before installation!
Nominal voltage:
Connected load:
Minimum load:
Number of satellite:
Total length of satellite
connecting cable:
Short-circuit protection:
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AC 230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
230 V incandescent lamps
800 W
230 V halogen lamps
750 W
Mixed loads of the specified types
12 V, 100 mA
unlimited number of 1220 NE
unlimited number of conventional push-buttons
10 satellites of 1223 NE
Different types of satellites can be combined
max. 100 m
The load output has no internal protection.
For protection install a circuit-breaker of 10 A ahead of the device.
Inserts
Radio Management
Description
Ref.-no.
Universal relay switch insert 2-gang
1202 URE
(neutral line necessary)
nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
connected load:
channel 1:
incandescent lamps (1000 W)
230 V halogen lamps (1000 W)
TRONIC tansformer (750 W)
conventional transformer (750 W)
fluorescent lamps
not compensated 500 W
parallel compensated 400 W
channel 2 (HVAC-channel):
suitable for HVAC applications
incandescent lamps (800 W)
230 V halogen lamps (750 W)
i.e. ventilation make MAICO EZF 45/4 A
(floating contact, suitable for second line)
OFF delay time: adjustable (2, 10, 30, 60 or 120 min.)
ON delay time: 3 min. (can be deactivated, then no delay)
Attention: energy saving lamps cause high peak current, reduction of capacity necessary! Please check
suitability of lamps before installation!
TRONIC switch insert (short-circuit proof)
nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
connected load:
50 – 420 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
TRONIC transformers
1254 TSE
LV-Triac switch insert
nominal voltage:
connected load:
1244 NVSE
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
40 – 400 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
conventional transformers 400 W
Control unit 1 – 10 V
1240 STE
(neutral line necessary)
Used for switching and dimming of electronic lamp ballasts (EVC) with 1 – 10 V interface
and/or TRONIC transformers with 1 – 10 V interface.
nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
connected load:
700 W incandescent lamps
elecronic lamp ballasts with 1 – 10 V interface,
dependent on manufacturer
signal voltage:
0,5 ... 10 V
signal current:
max. 50 mA
performance:
relay with make-contact
For short-circuit protection of the output of the device, please install a circuit breaker in front.
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Radio Management
Receiver
For more details see technical appendix.
CD 5232 F WW
Function of the center plate with radio receiver for motor contol inserts:
1. The center plate with radio receiver is a component of the Blinds Management system.
When used with the motor controller insert, it is possible to control a shutter motor
by radio remote control and manually.
2. Short operation (up to 1 sec.): The blind remains in motion for the duration of the push-button action.
This function is used to adjust the louvres of the blind. Long operation (at least 1 sec.): Shutter control
remains locked for approx. 2 min. i.e. "continuous operation".
3. Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught in. Radio hand-held transmitter, radio wall-mounted transmitter
and radio universal transmitter can be used.
4. The limit positions of a blind (Up or Down) can be integrated into light scene.
Description
Center plate with radio receiver
for motor control inserts 220 ME, 230 ME, 232 ME and 224 ME
CD 5232 FS WW
AS 5232 F (FS) WW
for ranges CD 500 and CD plus
ivory
blue
brown
grey
light grey
red
black
white
bronze
platinum
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
ivory
blue
brown
light grey
red
black
white
bronze
platinum
for ranges AS 500
ivory
white
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
ivory
white
A 5232 F (FS) WW
SL 5232 F (FS) WW
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for ranges A 500 and A plus
white
aluminium
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
white
aluminium
for range SL 500
bronze
black
white
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
bronze
black
white
Ref.-no.
CD 5232 F
CD 5232 F BL
CD 5232 F BR
CD 5232 F GR
CD 5232 F LG
CD 5232 F RT
CD 5232 F SW
CD 5232 F WW
CD 5232 F GB
CD 5232 F PT
CD 5232 FS
CD 5232 FS BL
CD 5232 FS GR
CD 5232 FS LG
CD 5232 FS RT
CD 5232 FS SW
CD 5232 FS WW
CD 5232 FS GB
CD 5232 FS PT
AS 5232 F
AS 5232 F WW
AS 5232 FS
AS 5232 FS WW
A 5232 F WW
A 5232 F AL
A 5232 FS WW
A 5232 FS AL
SL 5232 F GB
SL 5232 F SW
SL 5232 F WW
SL 5232 FS GB
SL 5232 FS SW
SL 5232 FS WW
Receiver
Description
Center plate with radio receiver
for motor control inserts 220 ME, 230 ME, 232 ME and 224 ME
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
ivory
light grey
white
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
ivory
light grey
white
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
stainless steel
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
stainless steel
Radio Management
Ref.-no.
LS 5232 F
LS 5232 F LG
LS 5232 F WW
LS 5232 FS
LS 5232 FS LG
LS 5232 FS WW
LS 5232 F (FS) WW
ES 5232 F
ES 5232 FS
ES 5232 F (FS)
for ranges Aluminium, Anthrazit and LS plus
aluminium
anthracite
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
aluminium
anthracite
AL 5232 F
AL 5232 F AN
AL 5232 FS
AL 5232 FS AN
AL 5232 F (FS)
for ranges Gold and LS plus
gold
with terminals for sensors 32 G, 32 SD and connector 32 K
gold
AL 5232 F GO
AL 5232 FS GO
AL 5232 F (FS) GO
for ranges Chrome and LS plus
chrome
GCR 5232 F
GCR 5232 F
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Radio Management
Inserts
For further techn. information reffer to main catalogue or www.jung.de.
Description
Ref.-no.
Motor controller insert “Universal"
232 ME
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz, neutral line necessary
Switching capacity:
max. 1 motor 1000 VA
Relay output:
2 non-floating make contacts,
interlocked with each other
1 motor with a limit position switch up to a maximum
of 1000 VA can be controlled per motor controller insert.
Observe the instructions from the manufacturer
of the motor.
Satellite inputs allow you to connect the system to further
mechanical push-buttons and blinds controllers.
You can also use the satellite inputs for a „wind alert“ function.
Furthermore, the complete functionality of the
Blinds Management system including sensors can be
implemented (for detailed information
please refer to corresponding documentation).
Motor controller insert "Standard“
230 ME
stand-alone device
No satellite operation possible.
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz, neutral line necessary
Switching capacity:
max. 1 motor 1000 VA
Relay output:
2 non-floating make contacts, interlocked with each other
1 motor with a limit position switch up to a maximum of 1000 VA can be controlled
per motor controller insert.
Observe the instructions from the manufacturer of the motor.
Motor controller insert "Direct“
220 ME
stand-alone device, neutral line not required
No satellite operation possible.
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz,
Switching capacity:
max. 1 motor 1000 VA
Relay output:
2 non-floating make contacts, interlocked with each other
1 motor with a limit position switch up to a maximum of 1000 VA can be controlled
per motor controller insert.
Observe the instructions from the manufacturer of the motor.
Motor controller insert "Universal" 24 V DC
224 ME
Norminal voltage:
DC 24 V, ±10 %
Switching capacity:
max. 3 A
Relay output:
2 change-over relays in a reversing polarity circuit
The motor controller insert can control one or more motors
with a total current of 3 A.
Please observe the information given by the motor manufactures.
The motor controller insert requires a power supply unit for 24 V DC SELV.
A protected seperation between primary and secondary side
of the power supply unit must be ensured.
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Receiver
Description
Master receiver
for DIN rail mounting, 2 units
Radio Management
Ref.-no.
FK 100 REG
Function:
The Master receiver is used to receive radio signals from various radio transmitters.
It converts the radio signal and sends the information to the radio actuators via a bus line.
It is possible to connect up to 30 radio actuators to the Master receiver.
The device has an integrated antenna. For a better radio reception it can be extended
with an external radio antenna.
Connection:
The Master receiver is connected to the Radio actuators via a two-wire busline.
The total length of the wire between all actuators mustn´t be longer than 3 m.
A wire (twisted with Ø 0,8 mm) with a testing voltage of AC 2,5 kV
has to be used (e.g. YCM 2x2x0,8 or J-Y(St)Y 2x2x0,8).
Technical data
Power supply:
Temperature range:
Frequency:
Type of protection:
Dimensions:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
0 °C to +45 °C
433,42 MHz
IP 20
36 mm (2 units)
Radio switch actuator
FA 10 REG
for DIN rail mounting, 2 units
Function:
In connection with the Master receiver the radio switch actuator enables radio controlled switching
of electrical loads. It receives radio signals from various radio transmitters. On receipt of the
radio signal from a radio-controlled observer, it switches on for an overshoot period of approx. 1 min.
Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio switch actuator.
Light scene:
The radio switch actuator can be integrated in up to five light scenes which are activated
with the corresponding radio transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter ‘Comfort’) and stored.
The desired light scene key must be taught into the radio switch actuator.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Temperature range:
Frequency:
Type of protection:
switching contact:
Number of satellites:
Dimensions:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
0 °C to +45 °C
433,42 MHz
IP 20
relay (10 A)
unlimited
36 mm (2 units)
connected load:
Incandescent lamps
HV-halogen lamps with
– conventional transformer
– TRONIC transformer
Fluoroscent lamps
– not compensated
– parallel compens.
– dual circuit
2300 W
1000 W
1500 W
1200 W
0920 W
2300 W
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Radio Management
Receiver
Description
Radio universal dimming actuator
for DIN rail mounting, 4 units
Ref.-no.
FUD 1254 REG
Function:
In connection with the Master receiver the radio universal dimming actuator enables radio controlled
switching and dimming of electrical loads. It receives radio signals from various radio transmitters.
Beside the radio transmitter the light can be switched with satellites or directly on the device.
The type of load is automatically learned by the universal dimmer. A selected brightness level can be
stored as memory value in the device. On receipt of the radio signal from a radio-controlled observer,
it switches on for an overshoot period of approx. 1 min. Up to 30 radio transmitters
can be taught into the radio switch actuator.
Light scene:
The radio universal dimming actuator can be integrated in up to five light scenes which are activated
with the corresponding radio transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter ‘Comfort’) and stored.
The desired light scene key must be taught into the radio universal dimming actuator.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Temperature range:
Frequency:
Type of protection:
Power attachment:
satellites:
Dimensions:
Connected load:
R,L,C
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
0 °C to +45 °C
433,42 MHz
IP 20
max. 10
unlimited
72 mm (4 units)
50 – 400 W/VA
230 V incandescent lamps
230 V halogen lamps
Tronic transformers
Conventional transformers
Mixed loads of the specified types
Radio push-button controller
FST 1240 REG
for DIN rail mounting, 4 units
Function:
In connection with the Master receiver the radio push-button-controller actuator enables radio controlled
switching and dimming of electrical loads with a control voltage of 1 –10 V (e.g. for dimming of
fluorescent lamps controlled by electronic ballasts). It receives radio signals from various radio
transmitters. A selected brightness level can be stored as memory value in the device.
On receipt of the radio signal from a radio-controlled observer, it switches on for an overshoot
period of approx. 1 min. Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio push-button-controller
actuator.
Light scene:
The radio push-button-controller actuator can be integrated in up to five light scenes which are activated
with the corresponding radio transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter ‘Comfort’) and stored.
The desired light scene key must be taught into the device.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Temperature range:
Frequency:
Type of protection:
Dimensions:
Control voltage:
Control current:
32
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
0 °C to +45 °C
433,42 MHz
IP 20
72 mm (4 units)
1 – 10 V
max 15 mA
Switch contact:
Resistive load:
Electric ballast,
Transformer:
µ relay contact
max. 1800 W
type-dependent
transmitter
Description
Radio blinds actuator
for DIN rail mounting, 2 units
Radio Management
Ref.-no.
FAJ 6 REG
Function:
In connection with the Master receiver the Radio blinds actuator enables radio controlled
switching of shutter-motors. It receives radio signals from various radio transmitters to open
or close the blinds. A short depression of the radio transmitter is used to adjust the louvres.
Up to 14 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio blinds actuator.
Light scene:
The radio blinds actuator can be integrated in up to five light scenes which are activated
with the corresponding radio transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter ‘Comfort’) and stored.
The desired light scene key must be taught into the radio blinds actuator.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Temperature range:
0 °C to +45 °C
Frequency:
433,42 MHz
Type of protection:
IP 20
Switching capacity:
max. one motor 700 VA
Operation time:
2 minutes
Switching time:
1 second (shift in direction)
Dimensions:
36 mm (2 units)
Radio switch actuator, 4-gang
for DIN rail mounting, 4 units
FA 14 REG
Function:
In connection with the Master receiver the radio switch actuator enables radio controlled switching
of electrical loads. It receives radio signals from various radio transmitters. On receipt of the
radio signal from a radio-controlled observer, it switches on for an overshoot period of approx. 1 min.
Up to 30 radio transmitters can be taught into the radio switch actuator.
The device is equipped with 4 push-buttons for local operation and 4 status LED
Light scene:
The radio switch actuator can be integrated in up to five light scenes which are activated
with the corresponding radio transmitters (e.g. hand-held transmitter ‘Comfort’) and stored.
The desired light scene key must be taught into the radio switch actuator.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Contacts:
4 floating contacts, 10 A
Temperature range:
0 °C to +45 °C
Frequency:
433,42 MHz
Type of protection:
IP 20
Dimensions:
72 mm (4 units)
Switching capacity (each channel):
Incandescent lamps
2300 W
230 V halogen lamps
2300 W
Tronic transformers
1500 W
Conventional transformers
1000 W
Fluoroscent lamps
– not compensated
1200 W
– parallel compens.
0920 W
– dual circuit
2300 W
Radio antenna
for Master Radio receiver FK 100 REG
with magnetic connection and 275 cm cable extension
Height: 20 cm
F-ANT
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Radio Management
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio Management Controller
Version: V0 with DCF 77 time switch
language version
German
FMC 1000
English
FMC 1000 GB
Dutch
FMC 1000 NL
Spanish: available via JUNG Electro Iberia, Spain
Connection via white, 1.5 m power cable supplied with Euro plug or directly on the 230 V installation cable.
Power consumption max. 2.1 W.
Emergency power supply via 5 micro batteries (type: AAA 1.5 V LR 03 – not included with supply).
Radio operation (send/receive) for approx. 2 to 6 hours (depending on the charge level of the batteries).
With the Radio Management controller, all the installed radio components can be regulated and monitored
fully automatically from a central location using time control i.e. when required. This is carried out either using
individually created time programs or spontaneously via lifestyle or event programs (lightmoods): depending on
the programming, the blinds in the bedroom are closed, the lighting in the nursery is dimmed to 50 %, the
blinds in the lounge are closed and the lights are switched off or dimmed – regardless of whether the
occupant is at home or away. All the functions can also be implemented locally. Data entries, operating states,
the current time and ambient temperature are indicated on the illuminated text display and evaluated.
Settings are saved and new functions are read into the device using chip cards. Data exchange is possible
with external devices e.g. PC, GSM module etc.(in preparation) via the interface (RJ 45 socket).
Display/operating elements
Display
(7 lines with 20 characters each)
4 function keys (soft keys)
12 keys (keypad)
Mains connection
(230/240 V 50/60 Hz)
Interface (RJ 45 socket)
Digital input
Temperature sensor
Key for messages
Main menu
Actions
Automatic
Configuration
Clock
Transmitter status
back
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options
The following functions are possible with version 0 (V0):
– Commissioning possible with 230 V mains connection and with batteries
– Time-dependent signal issued at intervals via buzzer when device is battery-operated
or ‘LOW-BAT’ display when mains-operated
– Existing radio assignment is NOT deleted by the Radio Management controller
– Subdivision into 20 groups e.g. rooms
– Control of actuators for the lighting: dimming via absolute values (%).
– Control of actuators for the blinds: movement into limit position via long operation, louvre adjustment via
short operation, possible to teach in the operating time of the blinds
– Lightmoods 1 to 5, all ON, all OFF; ‘Coming’, ‘going’ scenarios, quick dial
– Master reset for parameters or logic operations, taught-in transmitters/receivers are retained
– Time function with DCF 77 time switch (switching increment 1 min.): ‘Time and switch object’
logic operation, presence simulation/random function, no permanent display of the logo (flashing antenna)
when signal is not received
– Repeater function
– Save/download configuration onto chip card (master card) and retrieve
– Firmware update possible with chip card
– Preselected programs e.g. conservatory, awning, roller blind programs with astro function
– Staggered operation of the blinds (limitation of inrush currents, fixed period = 3 sec.)
– Logic and time-dependent operation of sensors/actuators, AND, OR, EXOR, NOT functions
– Alphanumeric text input similar to mobile phone (SMS) with keys (0) to (9), (*), (#)
– Soft keys (F1) to (F4) with fixed programming, freely programmable ‘blue’ key
– Quick dial (lightmoods, scenarios) with numerical keys (1) to (9)
– ‘Transmitter test’ menu: taught-in transmitters are displayed with the associated designation
– 7 x 20 text characters only in accordance with ISO 8859/1.2, ASCII 0-255 (Latin letters, Arabic numbers)
– During mains operation, the display is illuminated for approx. 1 min. when the keys are pressed
– Display of the room temperature
– More features and details in the operation manual
Behaviour on mains voltage failure/recovery
Failure: Storing of all parameters (transmitters, actuators, logic operations). Fault indication via display and via
integrated buzzer at intervals. Emergency power supply is activated if batteries have been inserted.
Recovery: Normal function is activated. Display ‘Time mains failure’.
Master reset: With the FMC master reset card supplied, all the data in the Radio Management controller can
be irrevocably deleted. The Radio Management controller is then returned to the supplied state.
Radio automatic switch
The Radio automatic switch
is an ideal solution for
presence detected lighting
control. The flat base plate
of the device can easily be
fixed by means of screws or
adhesive even on wall tiles
and glass.
Consequently flush mounted
wall boxes are unnecessary.
The battery supplied transmitter communicates wireless with the respective
actuator via radio signals.
The Radio automatic switch
enables presence detected
lighting control in locations
where visual or technical
reasons disable wiring
solutions.
Radio Management
automatic switch
Description
Radio automatic switch 180°
for radio-controlled switching
lens type 1.1 m
for ranges A 500 / AS 500 and A plus
ivory
white
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Ref.-no.
A FAS 180
A FAS 180 WW
for ranges ST 550 / CD 500 and CD plus
ivory
white
Other colours on request
CD FAS 180
CD FAS 180 WW
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
ivory
white
Other LS 990 colours on request
LS FAS 180
LS FAS 180 WW
for ranges Aluminium and LS plus
aluminium
AL FAS 180
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
stainless steel
ES FAS 180
Radio Management
1,10 m
Function:
The radio automatic switch responds to thermal movements caused by persons, animals
or objects and initiates switching operations.
The radio automatic switch transmits a radio data telegram which is received and
evaluated by all switching and dimming actuators of the Radio Management system
(exception: shutter actuators) and the radio-controlled performance unit.
When using radio switching and dimming actuators, observe the switch on time preset in
the actuator (see operating instructions).
Battery
The radio automatic switch is operated with a lithium button cell (CR 2450) (supplied with the insert).
Fitting
Stick or screw the bottom plate of the radio automatic switch directly to the background
(e.g. plastered surface, wood, glass, mirror or switch box).
The “TOP/OBEN” mark must be on top.
The Radio automatic switch is plugged onto the bottom plate together with frame as shown in fig. .
Tighten the screws only to such a degree that the frame can no longer be moved.
Note: Do not mount in direct sunlight!
The rated detection range may vary as a function of different installation heights.
This lens is not suitable for exterior applications.
180°
IP 20
10 m
2x6m
1.10 m
3 V DC (CR 2450)
433,42 MHz
2
18
~ 12 m
Technical data:
detection angle:
type of protection:
nominal range, front:
nominal range, lateral:
installation height for nominal range:
battery:
frequency:
lense levels:
lense amount:
~ 10 m
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Radio Management
observer
Not suitable for alarm systems!
IP 55
For technical details see appendix.
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio-controlled Observer 180 IP 55
FW 180 WW
With a semicircular field of detection 16 x 32 m (180) at a mounting height of approx. 2,40 m.
144 switching segments on 3 levels with an LED functional display and a clip-on cover
for limiting the field of detection.
The sensitivity can be adjusted by approx. 20 – 100 %.
Depending on the programming, the radio telegrams from the radio-controlled Observer and received
by the radio-controlled performance unit (operating time can be set in steps from 30 sec. to 15 min.),
by the short-touch key of the radio receiver and by the radio-controlled actuator Built-in which then
switch in for approx. 1 min.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Battery type:
Battery life:
Lithium (1,2 Ah):
Alkaline (0,55 Ah):
Power consumption
Daytime operation:
Night operation:
Radio transmission:
Transmission power:
Transm. frequency:
covered area FW 180 WW
~ 32 m
~ 16 m
9m
approx. 4 years
approx. 1,5 years
approx. 0,14 mW
approx. 0,27 mW
approx. 27 mW
< 10 mW
433,42 MHz, ASK
Range:
Detection radius:
Detection field:
Mounting height:
Sensitivity:
Evaluation
Operation range:
Temperatur range:
Type of protection:
approx. 100 m (free field)
180°
16 x 32 m
approx. 2,40 m
20 % – 100 %
3 – 200 lux, ± 50 %
–25 °C up to +55 °C
IP 55
3m
2,4 m
16 m
9 V DC
9 V monobloc battery
Radio-controlled performance unit
FWL 2200 WW
in connection with the radio-controlled Observer ref.-no. FW 180 WW.
Additional function: ON for 2 hours, OFF for 2 hours are possible with conventional
push-button or hand-held transmitter ref.no. 42 FH, 48 FH, 48 KFH,
wall-mounted transmitter 40 FW, ..41 F.., ..42 F.., ..44 F..,
multifunction transmitter FMS 4 UP and
Universal transmitter 20 FP.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Switch contact:
Switching capacity
Incandesdent lamps
High voltage
halogen lamps:
Fluorescent lamps
not compensated:
parallel comp.:
lead-lag circuit:
AC 230 V ~, 50 Hz
Relay
2500 W
2500 W
1200 W
1920 W
2400 W
Miniature circuit-breaker: 10 A
Power consumption:
2W
Inrush current:
max. 20 A
Operating time:
approx. 10 sec. – 15 min.
± 10 % retriggered
Brightness setting:
approx. 3 – 80 lux ± 10 %
Transmission frequency: 433,42 MHz, ASK
Temperature range:
–25 °C up to +55 °C
Type of protection:
IP 55
Additional function via push-button (break contact)
Pulse duration:
400 ms, ± 50 %
Pulse interval:
600 ms
1st function:
1 x pulse, operating time
2nd function:
2 x pulse, ON = 2 hrs, ± 10 %
3rd function:
3 x pulse, OFF = 2 hrs, ± 10 %
Attention: energy saving lamps cause high peak current, reduction of capacity necessary!
Please check suitability of lamps before installation!
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presence detector
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio-controlled presence detector
FPM 360 WW
Dimensions: diameter 103 mm – height 42 mm
The battery-operated, radio-controlled presence detector enables optimum energy savings
by presence-controlled lighting.
It operates with a passive infrared sensor (PIR) and reacts to thermal movements triggered
by people, animals or objects. It sends a radio telegram that can be evaluated by all
radio-controlled dimming and switch actuators.
It can also control the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, independent of
presence or lighting, in connection with the 2-channel relay insert with floating contacts.
If the brightness level falls below an adjustable setpoint and on detection of movement,
the presence detector switches on the taught-in radio-controlled switch actuator.
This device carries out lighting control dependent on the brightness setpoint value.
The lighting controller remains switched on while the presence detector can sense movement.
If no further movements is detected, it is switched off once an adjustable overshoot period has elapsed.
It is also switched off if an upper brightness limit is exceeded. To monitor larger areas, several
presence detectors can be used together in one system. In this case, one presence detector acts
as the master while all other presence detectors are used as slaves.
Technical data
Nominal voltage:
Batteries:
6V
4 x 1,5 V micro RL03 (AAA) alkaline
(not included with supply)
Note: Do not use zinc carbon batteries (R03).
Transmission frequency:
433.42 MHz
Modulation:
AKS
Transmission range:
max. 100 m in free field
Radio codes:
> 1 billion
Detection angle:
approx. 360°
Nominal range:
Desk height
approx. Ø 5 m
Floor
approx. Ø 8 m
Mounting height for nominal range:
2.5 m
Overshoot period:
approx. 2 min to 1 hour
Brightness:
approx. 3 to 2000 lux
Temperature range:
0 °C to +45 °C
Type of protection:
IP 20
Radio Management
2,50 m
0,8 m
4
3
2
1
4m
0
At mounting heights above 2.5 m,
the detection area is increased.
The monitoring density and
sensitivity are simultaneously
reduced.
1m
0
5m
3m
2m
4m
The presence detector has a
detection area of 360°.
The PIR sensor technology
operates with 6 detection planes
and 80 lenses.
The range is approx. 5 m
on average at desk height
(approx. 80 cm).
Radio-controlled EIB converter
2700 AP
surface mounted, in connection with radio-controlled Observer ref.-no. FW 100 WW,
universal transmitter ref.-no. 20 FP,
hand-held transmitter ref.-no. 48 KFH, 48 FH, 42 FH,
wall-mounted transmitter ref.-no. 40 FW, ..41 F.., ..42 F.., ..44 F.. and
multifunction transmitter ref.-no. FMS 4 UP
Function
The instabus Radio Control Converter can be used to integrate Radio Management transmitters
into the instabus EIB system. Radio data telegrams received from components
learned in are converted into corresponding EIB telegrams. Data transfer is unidirectional.
Further information available on request.
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Radio Management / EIB
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio-controlled push-button, 4-gang “Universal“
The KNX/EIB radio-controlled 4-gang push-button can be used to integrate Radio Management
transmitters into the instabus EIB system. Radio telegrams received from components are converted
into corresponding EIB telegrams. Data transfer is unidirectional.
Up to 8 channels with different functions can be parameterised.
EIB push-button “Universal“ only to be used in combination with bus coupling unit (2070 U).
Possible radio transmitters are:
radio controlled observer ref.-no. FW 100 W,
universal transmitter ref.-no. 20 FP,
hand-held transmitter ref.-no. 48 KFH, 48 FH, 42 FH,
wall-mounted transmitter ref.-no. 40 W, ..41 F.., ..42 F.., ..44 F.. and
multifunction transmitter ref.-no. FMS 4 UP
Radio-controlled EIB push-button, 4-gang “Universal“
for ranges CD 500 and CD plus
ivory*
white*
blue
brown
grey
light brey
black
* suitable for ST 550
40
CD 2094 F
CD 2094 F WW
CD 2094 F BL
CD 2094 F BR
CD 2094 F GR
CD 2094 F LG
CD 2094 F SW
Radio-controlled EIB push-button, 4-gang “Universal“
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
ivory
white
light brey
black
LS 2094 F
LS 2094 F WW
LS 2094 F LG
LS 2094 F SW
Radio-controlled EIB push-button, 4-gang “Universal“
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
stainless steel
ES 2094 F
Radio-controlled EIB push-button, 4-gang “Universal“
for ranges Aluminium and LS plus
aluminium (lacquered)
AL 2094 F
Radio-controlled heating system
The Radio Management has been
extended by the introduction of a
temperature control system. The
temperature system is operated
with the new radio thermostat display or the Radio Management
controller. Additional wires between control devices and the valve
drives are not required. The system
consists of the radio display with
the corresponding insert and the
battery-operated valve drive. The
Radio thermostat controls the
temperature dependent on time.
For this purpose the device transmits time-controlled signals to
adjust the valve drive. This is supplied by two mignon batteries and
can be mounted on almost every
commercial radiator.
From now on, complete building
control systems consisting of light,
blinds and the new temperatur
control can be operated by the
Radio Management controller.
Radio Management
Radio timer thermostat display
for radio-controlled temperature control
The Radio timer thermostat is an electronic controlling device with an integral clock.
It can activate an external temperature or time controlled switching relay via radio transmission.
Temperature measurement is carried out via an implemented sensor.
Informations like the desired temperature or the actual value are transmitted to the
Radio Management Controller or directly to the radio-controlled valve drive.
Technical data
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Transmitted frequency:
Temperature ranges:
230 V ~
approx. 4 VA
433,42 MHz
+18 ... +30 °C comfort temperature
+10 ... +22 °C lowering temperature
+5 ... +15 °C anti-freeze temperature
Description
for ranges AS 500, A 500 and A plus
ivory
white
aluminium
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Ref.-no.
A HLK-FT
A HLK-FT WW
A HLK-FT AL
for ranges ST 500, CD 500 and CD plus
ivory
white
CD HLK-FT
CD HLK-FT WW
for ranges LS 990 and LS plus
ivory
white
LS HLK-FT
LS HLK-FT WW
for ranges Aluminium and LS plus
aluminium
AL HLK-FT
for ranges Stainless Steel and LS plus
stainless steel
ES HLK-FT
Radio Management
Description
Radio timer thermostat insert
for radio-controlled temperature control
Ref.-no.
F-HLKE
The Radio timer thermostat insert is used in conjunction with the
Radio timer thermostat display. it can be mounted into a flush-mounted wall box.
The recommended mounting height is 1.50 m.
Technical data
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Transmitted frequency:
Max. ambient temperature:
230 V ~
approx. 4 VA
433,42 MHz
0 to +50 °C
Radio-controlled valve drive
HLK-FMS
The Radio-controlled valve drive is used to control radiators
or under floor heating systems.
The device is battery-operated and can be controlled by radio signals
of the Radio timer thermostat or the Radio Management Controller.
The valve drive is equipped with two push-buttons to adjust the desired
temperature.
Technical data
Power supply:
Battery:
Valve power:
Valve stroke:
Dimension:
Suitable for:
3V
2 x 1.5 V Mignon LR06 (AA) 2600 mAh
(batteries not included)
80 N
7.5 mm
51 x 80 x 60 mm
valve bases from Roth, KaMo, MNG,
Heimeier, Gampper
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Radio Management
Description
Ref.-no.
Radio signal quality meter
FSM 1
The Radio signal quality meter is a measuring instrument to assess the reception
of radio-signals (433,42 MHz).
It has to be used at the location of the radio receiver in order to asses the signal strength.
The Radio signal quality meter operates on 4 alkaline micro batteries.
The Radio signal quality meter offers the following control elements:
Push button switch “ON”
Push button switch "OFF"
Operation-mode push-button and LED (A, B, C)
LED bar graph display with reset push-button
The device offers three different operation modes:
A – Radio signal quality
B – External radio levels
C – Checksum quality
ON
A
7
B
C
hoch
8
A – Radio signal quality
In this operation mode solely JUNG radio telegrams (433,42 MHz) will be evaluated.
In this case the quality (system reserve) of the received telegram will be displayed.
The higher the bar graph display, the better is the momentary signal quality.
6
mittel
5
4
3
1
gering
2
B – External radio levels
In this operation mode all radio signals within the 433,42 MHz range will be displayed
(JUNG- and external radio levels).
The signal-to-noise ratio, the distance between a maximum level and a noise level, will be displayed.
C – Checksum quality
In this operation mode the relation between the correct checksum and the received telegrams
is displayed.
The value 8 on the bar graph states that approx. 100 % of all received telegrams can be evaluated.
A value of 4 corresponds to approx. 50 % valuable telegrams; approx. each second telegram can
be evaluated.
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Technical appendix
Description
Ref.-no.
Page
Radio hand-held transmitter
Standard
48 FH
46
Comfort
48 KFH
46
Mini
42 FH
48
Radio wall-mounted transmitter
40 FW
50
“Flat” radio wall-mounted transmitter
51
Radio multifunction transmitter
FMS 4 UP
52
Universal radio transmitter
FUS 22 UP
54
Radio-controlled actuator, built-in
FA 10 EB
55
Radio-controlled push-button controller,
built-in, 1 – 10 V
FST 1240 EB
56
Radio-controlled universal dimmer,
built-in
FUD 1253 EB
57
Radio-controlled in-line dimmer
FUSD 1253
58
Mini radio-controlled switch actuator FA 10 UP
59
Radio-controlled blinds actuator
FAJ 6 UP
60
Radio-controlled plug adapter switch FZS 10 WW
61
Radio-controlled plug adapter dimmer FZD 1254 WW
62
Center plate with radio receiver
.. 1561.07 ..
63
Master receiver / DIN rail devices
FK 100 REG
64
Radio-controlled Observer
FW 180 WW
65
Radio-controlled performance unit
FWL 2200 WW
65
Radio-controlled presence detector
FPM 360 WW
66
Radio hand-held transmitter
standard Ref.no. 48 FH
comfort Ref.no. 48 KFH
Function
The radio hand-held transmitter makes it
possible to carry out wireless remote control.
The hand-held transmitter sends a radio
telegram after a push-button operation.
This radio telegram is understood and
evaluated by all the radio receivers of the
Radio Management system.
The hand-held transmitter has the
following operating elements
Group push-buttons (A, B, C),
with the associated group LED
Channel push-buttons (1 ... 8)
ALL ON button
ALL OFF button
Additionally for the comfort variant of the
radio hand-held transmitter
Light scene push-buttons (1 ... 5)
Master push-button
There are 3 groups (A, B, C) available,
each with 8 channels for switching,
dimming and shutter control i.e. 24 radio
receivers can be operated individually.
All the taught in switching and dimming
loads are controlled in the factory setting
with the ALL OFF or ALL ON button.
(These buttons correspond to user-definable
light moods.)
Up to 5 light scene can be stored and
retrieved using the comfort variant of the
radio hand-held transmitter.
The range of light scenes includes
• Fixed dimming value of a luminaire
(e.g. 70 % auf the maximum brightness),
or
• fixed switching state of a load
(e.g. fan switched on),
or
• fixed limit position of a blind
(e.g. blind lowered).
When using covers with radio receivers,
a light scene can be dimmed brighter/darker
or switched on/off with the master pushbutton .
Teaching in the radio receiver
In order for a radio receiver to understand a
radio telegram from the hand-held transmitter,
this receiver must first ‘learn’ this radio telegram.
The number of receivers that can be assigned
to a channel of the hand-held transmitter is
unlimited.
The learning process leads exclusively to an
assignment in the radio receiver.
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Teaching in a channel
Press the /\ / \/ button of the required
channel (e.g. Group C, Channel 6) for at least
1 sec.
Teaching in a light scene push-button
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 sec. The selected group LED
flashes for confirmation.
Teaching in the ALL OFF or ALL ON button
Press the ALL OFF or ALL ON button for at
least 10 sec. All the group LEDs flash for
confirmation.
3. Switch the radio receiver to normal mode.
The learning process is complete !
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Radio
hand-held transmitter,
standard
A
B
C
A
B
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
1
C
2
4
3
5
Deleting channels
If the channel, light scene or ALL OFF/ALL ON
buttons of the radio hand-held transmitter are
taught in again, the assignment in the radio
receiver is deleted.
Assignment of the groups
There are 3 groups available (A, B, C),
each with 8 channels (3 x 8 channels
= 24 channels).
A group with eight functions can be operated
for each.
When one of the 8 rockers is pressed, the
active group is indicated by the group LED
lighting up briefly (e.g. Group A).
Group A is active once the batteries have
been inserted.
You can switch between the groups by
pressing a group push-button (e.g. Group B).
Changing the group temporarily
(for approx. 4 sec.)
1. Press a group push-button briefly (less
than 4 sec.).
2. Press the required channel push-button
within this period.
Changing the group
1. Press a group push-button for a long
period (at least 4 sec.).
2. The relevant group LED flashes for
approx. 4 sec.
Technical data
Power supply
Batteries
6 V DC
4 x micro,
alkaline (LR 03)
Capacity
1 Ah
Battery life
approx. 3 years
Transmission frequency 433.42 MHz (ASK)
Transmission range
approx. 100 m
(free field)
Dimensions (LxWxH)
192 x 53 x 23 mm
Temperature range
+4°C up to +55°C
Weight
approx. 100 g
Radio
hand-held transmitter,
comfort
A
B
Note
If all the LEDs flash for approx. 4 sec. after
a push-button operation, the batteries need
to be changed.
The maximum transmission length is 12 sec.
even if another push-button is pressed afterwards.
If several push-buttons are pressed simultaneously, a radio telegram is not sent.
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
4
3
5
Radio transmission
Radio transmission is not carried out via
an exclusive transmission route, therefore
disruptions cannot be ruled out.
Radio transmission is not suitable for security
applications e.g. emergency stop, emergency
calls.
Dry material
The transmission range of the radiohand-held
transmitter (max. 100 m in free field according to EN) is dependent on the structural
conditions of the property:
Penetration
Wood, plaster, plaster boards
approx. 90 %
Brick, pressboards
approx. 70 %
Reinforced concrete
approx. 30 %
Metal, metal gates, aluminium covers
approx. 10 %
Radio hand-held transmitter
standard Ref.no. 48 FH
comfort Ref.no. 48 KFH
Operation
Normal function
Each rocker has 2 functions (/\ and \/).
Refer to the table for possible functions.
Additional function
If you wish the radio-controlled performance
unit to be switched on continuously for
approx. 2 hours, it is necessary to press the
taught-in channel push button /\ for at least
1 sec.
If the radio-controlled performance unit is
to ignore the transmissions of the radiocontrolled Observer for approx. 2 hours, you
must press the channel push-button \/ for
at least 1 sec.
ALL OFF / ALL ON
During the learning process for a radio
channel, the ALL OFF and ALL ON buttons are
automatically ‘learnt’ as well by the radio
receiver (exception: radio-controlled shutter
cover).
When calling up the ALL OFF or ALL ON
button, you must press the respective
push-button for at least 1 sec. to avoid
maloperations.
With the ALL OFF button , the load is
disconnected at all the taught-in radio
receivers or connected with the ALL ON
button .
All the group LEDs light up for approx.
12 seconds for confirmation.
Deleting ALL OFF / ALL ON
If a specific radio receiver is not supposed to
react to the ALL OFF or ALL ON button, this
function must be ‘unlearnt’.
Rocker
Duraction
Light
Blind
Left /\
max. 1 sec.
ON
Louvre adjustment
Left /\
min. 1 sec.
Brighter
Continual movement UP
Right \/
max. 1 sec.
OFF
Louvre adjustment
Right \/
min. 1 sec.
Darker
Contin. movement DOWN
2
3
4
5
6
A
B
7
C
8
1
2
3
1
2
4
4
3
5
5
6
7
8
1
2
4
3
5
Master
(only for the comfort variant of the radiocontrolled hand-held transmitter)
With the MASTER button you can dim the
last retrieved light scene brighter/darker with
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Press the ALL OFF or for at least
10 sec. All the group LEDs flash for confirmation.
3. Switch the radio receiver to the normal
mode.
The deletion process is complete!
Light scene
(only for the comfort variant of the radiocontrolled hand-held transmitter)
You can store (long switch operation min.
3 sec.) and retrieve (short switch operation
max. 3 sec.) 5 light scenes with the round
buttons (1 ... 5) .
This light scene push-button must be taught
in before storing or recalling a light scene
(see ‘Teaching in a light scene push button’).
Changing light scene
1. Set the required lighting scenario.
2. Press the light scene push-button (1 ... 5)
for at least 3 sec.
Note: The previous light scene is retrieved
first and then the new one is activated.
3. The relevant group LED flashes for confirmation.
In addition a short signal tone is emitted at
the flush-mounted radio receiver.
the active radio dimmer (press for at least
1 sec.) or switch it on/off (press for less
than 1 sec.).
Blinds cannot be operated.
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Radio hand-held transmitter
„Mini“ Ref.no. 42 FH
Function
The "Mini" radio hand-held transmitter
enables the wireless remote control of a light
or blind.
The "Mini" radio hand-held transmitter has
two independent radio channels available
(channel 1 and channel 2).
Two push buttons (▲ and ▼) are assigned to
each radio channel.
Application example
The lighting is dimmed with channel 1 while
channel 2 operates the blind.
The hand-held transmitter sends a radio telegram after a push-button operation.
This radio telegram is understood and
evaluated by all the radio receivers of the
Radio-Management system.
Commissioning
The hand-held transmitter is immediately
ready for operation.
Battery
The radio hand-held transmitter is operated
with one lithium button cell (CR 2032)
(supplied with the device).
Teaching in the radio receiver
In order for a radio receiver to understand a
radio telegram from the hand-held transmitter,
the receiver must first "learn" the radio telegram.
The number of receivers that can be assigned
to a channel of the hand-held transmitter is
unlimited.
The learning process leads solely to an
assignment in the radio receiver.
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Press the ▲- or ▼ button of the required
channel for at least 1 second.
3. Switch the radio receiver to normal mode.
The learning process is complete.
Deletion in the radio receiver
If a channel of the "Mini" radio hand-held
transmitter is taught in again, the assignment
in the radio receiver is deleted.
Rocker
Duration
Light
Blind
Left ▲
max. 1 sec.
ON
Louvre adustment
Left ▲
min. 1 sec.
ON/Brighter Continual movement UP
Right ▼
max. 1 sec.
OFF
Louvre adjustment
Right ▼
min. 1 sec.
OFF/Darker
Cont. movement DOWN
Radio transmission
Radio transmission is not carried out via an
exclusive transmission route, therefore disruptions cannot be ruled out. Radio transmission is not suitable for security applications
e.g. emergency stop, emergency calls.
The transmission range of the radio handheld transmitter (max. 30 m in free field) is
dependent on the structural conditions of the
property:
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Operation
Each radio channel (1 and 2) has two
push-buttons (▲ and ▼).
A push-button action is displayed by the
flashing of the red LED .
In order to prevent maloperations, only press
one button at a time.
The following functions are possible (see
table below).
Special function with the radio-controlled
performance unit
If you wish the radio-controlled performance
unit to be switched on continually for approx.
2 hours, it is necessary to press the taught-in
channel push-button ▲ for at least 1 second.
If the radio-controlled performance unit is
to ignore the transmissions of the radiocontrolled Observer for approx. 2 hours, you
must press the channel push-button ▼ for at
least 1 second.
The maximum transmission length is
12 seconds even if another push-button is
pressed afterwards.
Technical data
Power supply
3 V DC
Batteries
1 x lithium-button
cell (CR 2032)
Battery life
approx. 5 years
Transmission frequency 433.42 MHz, ASK
Transmission range
max. 30 m
(in free field)
Postal approval
LPD-D
Dimensions (L x W x H) 73 x 43 x 18 mm
Temperature range
0°C up to + 55°C
Relative humidity
max. 80 %
Prog
OFF
ON
Prog
1
2
Prog
OFF
ON
Prog
Dry material
Penetration
Wood, plaster, platerboard
approx. 90 %
Brick, plywood panels
approx. 70 %
Reinforced concrete
approx. 30 %
Metal, metal grids, aluminium laminate
approx. 10 %
Flush-mounted radio transmitter
Ref.no. 40 FW
Function
The radio wall-mounted transmitter makes it
possible to have wireless remote control but
from a fixed installation.
The wall-mounted transmitter is operated in
combination with standard push-button
sensors (1-gang, 2-gang or 4-gang) from the
CD 500, CD plus, A 500, LS 990 and
Stainless Steel ranges (see page 83).
The electrical contact is made via a 10-pole
plug connector.
The wall-mounted transmitter sends a radio
telegram after a push-button action.
This radio telegram is understood and
evaluated by all the radio receivers of the
Radio Management system.
The number of radio channels is dependent
on the push-button sensor in use (e.g. 1gang push-button sensor => 1-channel radiowall-mounted transmitter).
Each set of two facing push-buttons belongs
to one channel.
The wall-mounted transmitter is fitted with a
4-gang switch S. The function can thus be
selected before the push-button sensor is
placed on top. The function can be changed
at any time.
Individual channels of the push-button sensor
can transmit special functions such as ‘ALL
OFF’ or ‘Light scene’.
The radio wall-mounted transmitter is
secured with screws in a flush-mounted
switch box or a surface-mounted cover.
The label TOP must lie above.
Commissioning
1. Put the ‘Batt.’ switch into the ON
position (right).
2. Select the function of the push-buttons
with switch S .
Once the push-button sensor has been
removed, the function can be changed at
any time by toggling the single switch S.
The factory setting is shown in bold type.
3. Plug in the push-button sensor .
The electrical contact is made via a
10-pole plug connector .
4. Press any push-button for approx. 1 sec.
Technical data
Power supply
Batteries
6 V DC
2 x lithium button
cells (CR2032)
Capacity
Battery life
Transmission frequency
Transmission range
0,22 Ah
approx. 3 years
433,42 MHz (ASK)
approx. 100 m
(free field)
+4°C up to +55°C
Temperature range
S
= Function
S1
= wall-m. transmitter is disconnected
connected
S2
= Push-button 1 –
ALL OFF
Channel 1 –
= Push-button 1 +
Light scene 1 (on)
Channel 1 +
= Push-button 2 –
Light scene 2 (on)
Channel 2 –
= Push-button 2 +
Light scene 3 (on)
Channel 2 +
= Push-button 3 –
Light scene 4 (on)
Channel 3 –
= Push-button 3 +
Light scene 5 (on)
Channel 3 +
S3
S4
OFF (left)
ON (right)
Note: Push-button 4 + or 4 – always corresponds to Channel 4 + or 4 –.
TOP
Batt. OFF
LS1/Alles Aus
LS2/LS3
LS4/LS5
open
Batt. OFF
LS1/Alles Aus
LS2/LS3
LS4/LS5
ON
K1+/–
K2+/–
K3+/–
S
ON
K1+/–
K2+/–
K3+/–
Note
To protect the batteries, disconnect the radio
wall-mounted transmitter as soon as a
push-button sensor has been permanently
removed.
Therefore switch the function switch ‘Batt.’ to
the OFF position (left).
The batteries need to be changed if all the
LEDs flash 5 times after a push-button action
of less than 3 sec.
Antenna
In order to maintain the maximum radio
transmission power, lay the antenna flat
and as far away from the radio transmitter as
possible.
The antenna should not be wound up and
must be positioned at the greatest distance
possible away from metal components with a
large surface area e.g. metal door frames.
You should not strip the insulation from the
antenna or shorten or extend ist.
open
Batt. OFF
LS1/Alles Aus
LS2/LS3
LS4/LS5
ON
K1+/–
K2+/–
K3+/–
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Radio wall-mounted transmitter
Ref.no. 40 FW
Teaching in the radio receiver
In order for a radio receiver to understand a
radio telegram from the wall-mounted transmitter, this receiver must first ‘learn’ this
radio telegram.
The number of receivers that can be assigned to a channel of the wall-mounted transmitter is unlimited. The learning process only
leads to an assignment in the radio receiver.
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Teaching in a channel
Press the +/– button of the required
channel for at least 1 sec.
Teaching in the ALL OFF button
Press the ALL OFF button for at least
10 sec. The channel LED flashes for
confirmation.
Teaching in a light scene push-button
Press the required light scene push button
for at least 3 sec.
The channel LED flashes for confirmation.
3. Switch the radio receiver to normal mode.
The learning process ist complete!
Deleting channels
If the channel, light scene or ALL OFF buttons
of the radio wall-mounted transmitter are
taught in again, the assignment in the radio
receiver is deleted.
Operation
A radio telegram is sent when a channel
push-button is pressed. The respective red
channel LED lights up for confirmation.
The maximum transmission length is 12 sec.
even if another push-button is pressed afterwards.
If several push-buttons are pressed simultaneously, a radio telegram is not sent.
A telegram is sent by pressing a channel
push-button e.g. 1+.
The reaction is dependent on the type of
radio receiver (see table).
Additional functions
If you wish the radio-controlled performance
unit to be switched on continuously for
approx. 2 hours, it is necessary to press the
taught-in channel push-button /\ for at least
1 sec. If the radio-controlled performance
unit is to ignore the transmissions of the
radio-controlled Observer for approx. 2
hours, you must press the channel pushbutton \/ for at least 1 sec.
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1+
1+
1–
1–
1+
2+
1+
1–
1–
2–
2+
2–
1+
1–
2+
2–
3+
3–
4+
4–
1+ 2+ 3+ 4+
1– 2– 3– 4–
Push-button
Duration
Light
Shutter
X+
max. 1 sec.
Switch on
Louvre adjustment
X–
max. 1 sec.
Switch off
Louvre adjustment
X+
min. 1 sec.
Dim brighter Continual movement UP
X–
min. 1 sec.
Dim darker
Contin. movement DOWN
Light scenes
You can store (long switch operation: min.
3 sec.) and retrieve (short switch operation:
less than 3 sec.) 5 light scenes.
This light scene push-button must be taught
in before storing or recalling a light scene
(see ‘Teaching in a light mood push-button’).
Changing light scene
1. Set the required lighting scenario.
2. Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 sec.
Note:
The previous light scene is retrieved first
(do not release the push-button) and then
the new one is activated.
3. The relevant channel LED flashes for
confirmation. In addition a short signal
tone is emitted at the flush-mounted radio
receiver.
ALL OFF
During the learning process for a radio
channel, the additional light scene ‘ALL OFF’
is automatically ‘learnt’ as well by the radio
receiver (exception: radio-controlled shutter
cover).
When retrieving ‘ALL OFF’, you must press
push-button 1- for at least 1 sec. in order to
avoid maloperations.
The load is disconnected at all the taught-in
radio receivers.
Deleting ALL OFF
If a specific radio receiver is not supposed to
react to the ALL OFF button, this function
must be ‘deleted’.
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Press the ALL OFF button 1- for at least
10 sec. The channel LED flashes for
confirmation.
3. Switch the radio receiver to the normal
mode.
The deletion process is complete!
„Flat“ radio wall-mounted transmitter
1-channel Ref.no. ..41 F..
2-channel Ref.no. ..42 F..
4-channel Ref.no. ..44 F..
Commissioning
1. Unscrew the wall-mounted transmitter
1. from the base acording to Diagram A.
2. Select the function of the push-buttons
with the functions witch at the back of
the wall-mounted transmitter (Diagram B).
It is possible to change the function once
the push-button sensor has been removed
by toggling the individual + switches (2...4).
A
E
F2
Function
= Push-button 1–
= Push-button 1+
= Push-button 2–
= Push-button 2+
= Push-button 3–
= Push-button 3+
F3
B
Function
The radio wall-mounted transmitter enables
the wireless remote control of all the receivers in the Radio-Management system.
The radio wall-mounted transmitter is
available as 1-channel, 2-channel or
4-channel in the CD 500, CD plus, Stainless
Steel, Aluminium, LS 990 and LS plus design
ranges. The wall-mounted transmitter
sends a radio telegram after a push-button
operation.
This radio telegram is understood and
evaluated by all the radio receivers of the
Radio Management system.
Each set of two opposing push-buttons
belongs to one channel.
The wall-mounted transmitter is fitted with a
3-gang function switch. The function can
thus be seletected and can be changed at
any time. Special functions such als "ALL
OFF" or "Light scene" can be assigned to
individual buttons of the push-button sensor.
Batteries
The radio wall-mounted transmitter is operated with two lithium button cells (CR 2016)
(supplied with the device).
If the LEDs flash five times after a pushbutton operation of less than 2 seconds, the
batteries must be changed.
Changing the batteries
1. Un screw the wall-mounted transmitter
from the base plate (Diagram A).
2. Remove the used batteries with a screwdriver via the notch in the housing
(Diagram C).
Note: Do not place the screwdriver under
the battery holder.
3. When inserting the new batteries, note the
correct polarity according to Diagram D (
+
at the top).
4. Press any button for approx. 1 second.
Teaching in the radio receiver
In order for a radio receiver to understand a
radio telegram from the wall-mounted trans-
mitter, the receiver must first "learn" this
radio telegram. The number of receivers that
can be assigned to a channel of the wallmounted transmitter is unlimited.
The learning process for the taught-in channel
leads solely to an assignment in the radio
receiver.
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Teaching in a channel:
Press the +/- button of the required
channel for at least 1 second.
Teaching in the ALL OFF button:
Press the ALL OFF button for at least
10 seconds.
Teaching in the light scene pushbutton:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
3. Switch the radio receiver to normal mode.
The learning process is complete.
Deleting channels
If the channel, light scene or ALL OFF buttons
of the radio wall-mounted transmitter are
taught in again, the assignment in the radio
receiver is deleted.
Radio transmission is not carried out via
an exclusive transmission route, therefore
disruptions cannot be ruled out.
Radio transmission is not suitable for
security applications e.g. emergency stop,
emergency calls.
Technical data
Power supply
6 V DC
Batteries
2 x lithium button
cells (CR2016)
Battery life
approx. 3 years
Transmission
frequency
433,42 MHz, ASK
Transmission range Typ. 30 m (in free field)
Postal approval
LPD-D
Temperature range 0 °C up to +55 °C
Rel. humidity
max. 80% (without
moisture condens.)
Type of protection IP 20
C
D
F4
2. Note:
• Push-button 4+ or 4– always corresponds to channel 4+ or 4–.
2. • See Diagram E for the position of the
push-buttons (1–, 1+, 2–, ...).
3. Screw the wall-mounted transmitter back
onto the base plate.
OFF
ALL OFF
Light scene 1 (ON)
Light scene 2 (ON)
Light scene 3 (ON)
Light scene 4 (ON)
Light scene 5 (ON)
ON
Channel 1–
Channel 1+
Channel 2–
Channel 2+
Channel 3–
Channel 3+
Operation (E)
A radio telegram is sent when a channel
push-button (e.g. 1+) is pressed.
Push-button Duration
x+
max. 1 sec.
x–
max. 1 sec.
x+
min. 1 sec.
x–
min. 1 sec.
Light
Switch ON
Switch OFF
Dim brighter
Dim darker
Blind
Louvre adjustment
Louvre admustment
Continual movement UP
Continual movement DOWN
E
1+
1+
2+
1+ 2+ 3+ 4+
1–
1–
2–
1– 2– 3– 4–
1+
1+
1+
1–
2+
2–
3+
3–
4+
4–
1–
1–
2+
The maximum transmission length is
12 seconds even if another push-button is
pressed afterwards. If several push-buttons
ae pressed at the same time, no radio telegram is sent. If you wish the radio-controlled
performance unit to be switched on continuously for approx. 2 hours, it is necessary to
press the taught-in channel push-button X
for at least 1 second.
Light scenes
The light scene push-button must be taught
in before storing or recalling a light scene.
5 light moods can be stored (long switch
operation: min. 3 seconds) and retrieved
(short switch operation: max. 3 seconds).
Changing light scenes
1. Set the required lighting scenario.
2. Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
3. Note: The previous light scene is recalled
first (do not release the push-button) and
then the new one is activated.
3. A short signal tone is emitted for confirmation at the flush-mounted radio receivers.
2–
ALL OFF
During the learning process for a radio
channel, the ALL OFF button is automatically
"learnt" as well by the radio receiver (exception: radio-controlled shutter cover).
When retrieving the ALL OFF function, you
must press push-button 1– for at least
1 second to avoid maloperations. The load
is disconnected at all the taught-in radio
receivers.
Deleting ALL OFF
If a specific radio receiver is not supposed
the react to the ALL OFF button, this function
must be deleted.
Procedure
1. Switch the radio receiver to the learning
mode.
2. Press the ALL OF button 1– for at least
10 seconds.
3. Switch the radio receiver to normal mode.
The deletion process is complete.
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Multi Function radio transmitter
Ref.no. FMS 4 UP
Function
This multifunction radio transmitter (Fig. A)
is a battery-operated four-channel radio
transmitter for the extension of an existing
radio control installation.
At its four inputs E1 to E4 (see Fig. B), the
multifunction radio transmitter detects
switching states of potential-free installation switches or push-buttons.
It transmits radio data telegrams which
can be decoded by all radio-controlled
receivers.
A 5-digit microswitch (Fig. A ) facilitates
the selection of eight different modes of
operation.
A red LED (Fig. A ) indicates the transmission of radio telegrams (slow unsymmetrical blinking, 4 Hz) or an empty
battery “LowBatt” (quick symmetrical
blinking, 10 Hz).
Installation
Install the multifunction transmitter in a
surface-mounted or flush-mounted box
behind a potential-free installation switch
or push-button. The multifunction transmitter has no pull-relief.
Important
To avoid saturation of the radio receivers
(actuators), the distance between the
transmitter and the receiver must be
approximately 1 m.
Cable
The eight-wire cable serves to connect
potential-free installation switches and
push-buttons. Wires not used should be
insulated and must not be brought into
contact with live parts to prevent the
device from being irreparably damaged.
Plug the connector of the eight-wire multicolour cable and the white antenna into
the multifunction transmitter (Fig. B).
Wire colour assignment:
Yellow (YE) and yellow/black: input E1.
Green (GN) and green/black: input E2.
Grey (GY) and grey/black: input E3.
Pink (PK) and pink/black: input E4.
The black-striped wires form a common
reference potential.
Antenna
To obtain maximum radio transmitting
power unroll and install the antenna in a
straight line.
Keep away from large-surface metal parts
(e. g. metal door frame). Do not strip,
shorten or extend the white antenna.
Battery
The multifunction transmitter is powered
by a lithium button cell (CR 2032). The
device comes with the battery inserted.
Safety and disposal instructions
Attention: Keep button cells away from
children. Seek medical advice immediately when button cells have been
swallowed.
Remove used batteries immediately
and discard without polluting the environment. Replace battery by identical
or equivalent types only.
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A
B
C
Modes of operation
The following pages explain the eight selectable modes of operation with their associated microswitch positions.
They are divided into:
Modes 1 – 2: Connection of installation pushbuttons.
Modes 3 – 4: Connection of installation
switches.
Modes 5 – 8: Light scene operation using
installation push-buttons.
For the microswitches,
position 1 is ON
and
position 0 is OFF.
For example, Figure D shows microswitch
position 00110 for mode 4.
Operation
For the connection of installation pushbuttons, a distinction is made between
1-gang and 2-gang operation:
1-gang operation
using installation push-buttons
Connection of a push-button to a wire pair of
the multifunction transmitter. The rocker of
the push-button can be used for switching on
and off, or for increasing or lowering of the
brightness (Fig. E1).
2-gang operation
using installation push-buttons
Connection of a 2-gang push-button, for
example, to two wire pairs of the multifunction transmitter. One rocker serves to switch
on, increase the brightness or move up a
blind; the other one to switch off, dim the
lights or to lower a blind (Fig. E2).
Actuation Times
When installation push-buttons are connected, a distinction is made between long
(> 1 s) and short actuation (< 1 s).
Accordingly, different reactions of the radio
receivers are possible:
E1
E2
Important
Venetian blind operation is only possible with
the rocker element (no. 2) and in the light
scene (nos. 5 – 8) modes.
The maximum transmission time is 12 s,
even though another push-button connected
is still being pressed.
Short
D
Battery Change
1. Use a screwdriver and open the battery
compartment (Fig. C) carefully.
2. Remove the exhausted battery.
3. Put a fresh battery on the contact of
the battery holder first. Then press slightly
to snap the battery in place.
Ensure correct polarity ( = up).
Keep the battery grease-free.
4. Close the battery compartment.
Long
Switching actuator
Switching on/off Switching on/off
Dimming actuator
Switching on/off brighter/darker
Venetian blind actuator
Slat adjustment Cont. up/down run
Multi Function radio transmitter
Ref.no. FMS 4 UP
Mode Selection
1) Single-rocker operation using installation push-buttons
Single-rocker switching or dimming using
up to four installation push-buttons (E1 –
E4).
Actuation leads to switching over (toggling) of the telegram type (on/off, brighter/
darker) in the multifunction transmitter.
Toggling takes place in the transmitter.
Therefore, to obtain the desired response,
the multifunction transmitter will possibly
have to be actuated twice after local
operation or when the receiver has been
controlled by a different transmitter.
2) Double-rocker operation using installation push-buttons
Double-rocker switching, dimming or blind
operation using installation push-buttons.
Inputs E1/E2 and E3/E4 form one channel
each.
3) Connection of installation switches
(normally open contacts)
Inputs E1 to E4 form one switching channel for controlling radio receivers with
installation switches (normally open
contacts).
The switching contact acts in the same
way as the switch connected to the multifunction transmitter.
4) Connection of installation switches
(normally closed contacts)
Inputs E1 to E4 form one switching channel for controlling radio receivers with
installation switches (normally closed
contacts). The switching action of the
contact is opposed to that of the switch
connected to the multifunction transmitter.
5) ALL-ON, ALL-OFF, light scenes 1 and 2
5) E1: Switching ON all programmed
receivers.
(ALL-ON function).
5) E2: Switching OFF all programmed
receivers.
(ALL-OFF function).
5) E3: Calling or saving light scene 1.
5) E4: Calling or saving light scene 2.
6) ALL-OFF, light scenes 1 to 3
5) E1: Switching OFF all programmed
receivers. (ALL-OFF function).
5) E2: Calling or saving light scene 1.
5) E3: Calling or saving light scene 2.
5) E4: Calling or saving light scene 3.
7) ALL-OFF, light scenes 3 to 5
5) E1: Switching OFF all programmed
receivers. (ALL-OFF function).
5) E2: Calling or saving light scene 3.
5) E3: Calling or saving light scene 4.
5) E4: Calling or saving light scene 5.
8) Light scenes 1 – 4
5) E1 to E4: Calling or saving light scene 1 to 4.
Other microswitch positions not described
are without function.
Programming of radio receivers
A multifunction transmitter channel can be
programmed into any number of radio
receivers. Programming affects only the radio
receiver.
During programming of a transmitter, the
sensitivity of the receiver is reduced to
approx. 5 m. The distance between the radio
receiver and the radio transmitter to be programmed should therefore be between 0.5 m
and 5 m.
1
2
3
Procedure
a1. Switch the radio receiver into the programming mode.
(Refer to the “Radio Receiver” operating
instructions).
2a. Programming of modes 1 and 2:
– Set microswitch to the desired position.
– Press the installation push-button of the
desired input for at least 1 s.
Note: For double rocker modes, press
one push-button per radio channel only.
2b. Programming of modes 3 and 4:
– Set microswitch first to position 00000
(refer to Fig. F).
– Press the connected switch of the
desired input for at least 1 s.
– Now, set the associated microswitch
position.
F
4
5
6
7
8
2c. Programming of modes 5 to 8:
– Set microswitch to the desired position.
– Depending on the function selected,
press the light scene key for at least 3 s
or the ALL-ON or ALL-OFF key for at
least 10 s.
Important:
When a light scene key is programmed,
the ALL-ON or ALL-OFF key will be stored
automatically by the radio receiver.
(Refer to the “ALL-ON/ALL-OFF” or
“Calling / Saving a Light scene” chapters.)
Clearing of channels
Reprogramming of the transmitting channel
to be deleted cancels the old assignment in
the radio receiver.
ALL-ON/ALL-OFF
(for modes 5 to 7 only)
When programming the ALL-ON or ALL-OFF
key, make sure the light scene is on or off if
ALL-ON or ALL-OFF assignments are already
available. Otherwise, the existing light scene
will be changed. (Refer to “Changing ALLON/ALL-OFF”.)
Changing ALL-ON/ALL-OFF
Example:
One of the receivers (bathroom light) is
supposed not to respond to the ALL-ON
function, while all the other receivers switch
on the light.
Procedure
1. Press the ALL-ON key for at least 1 s.
This switches on all programmed radio
receivers.
2. Set your lights in the way you expect them
to respond later when the ALL-ON key is
pressed, i. e. since all receivers are on,
now switch OFF the light in the bathroom,
for example.
3. Press the ALL-ON key for at least 10 s to
save the light setting.
Important
First of all, the previous light setting is
recalled (do not release the key). After
approx. 10 s, the new setting will be
activated and saved.
This completes the new assignment of the
ALL-ON key. To change the ALL-OFF key,
proceed accordingly.
Recalling/saving a light scene
(for modes 5 to 8 only)
Before you can save (long actuation for at
least 3 s) or call (short actuation) a light
scene, the light scene key must have been
programmed (refer to “Programming of Radio
Receivers”) and the light scene set.
Setting or changing a light scene
1. Set your desired light scene (e. g. light 1 =
50 % brightness, light 2 = 70 % brightness, Venetian blind up).
2. Press the desired light scene key for at
least 3 s.
Important
First of all, the previous light scene is
called (do not release the key). After
approx. 3 s, the new light scene will be
activated and saved.
Important for venetian blinds
If a venetian blind is not in one of its end
positions or not on its way to such position
while a light scene is being saved, this blind
will not be stored in the light scene.
Radio transmission
Radio transmission is not carried out via an
exclusive transmission route, therefore
disruptions cannot be ruled out.
Radio transmission is not suitable for security
applications e.g. emergency stop, emergency
calls.
The transmission range of the radio handheld transmitter (max. 30 m in free field
according to EN) is dependent on the
structural conditions of the property:
Dry material
Penetration
approx.
Wood, plaster, plaster boards
90 %
Brick, pressboards
70 %
Reinforced concrete
30 %
Metal, metal gates, aluminium covers 10 %
Specifications
Power supply
Battery
3 VDC
1 x CR 2032 lithium cell
Length of
connecting lines
approx. 290 mm
Transmission frequency 433.42 MHz, ASK
Transmitting range
100 m max. (in the
free field)
Coding
> 109 different
possibilities
Protective system
IP 20
Temperature range
approx. -20 °C to
+55 °C
Relative atmospheric
humidity
65 % max. (without
condens.)
Dimensions (LxWxH)
45 x 40 x 10 mm
Subject to technical modifications.
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Universal radio transmitter Ref.-No. FUS 22 UP
Function
The universal radio transmitter can be used
to extend an existing electrical installation by
the possibility of transmitting 230 V control
commands by radio. The transmitter can be
operated for switching, dimming or
blind/shutter control functions.
When mains voltage (230 V ~) is applied to
inputs (E1, E2), the universal radio transmitter transmits radio telegrams which are
evaluated by all radio-controlled receivers.
For selection an indication of the mode of
operation, the device is equipped with a
push button and an LED .
The universal radio-controlled transmitter has
3 modes of operation:
Mode A: 2-channel dimming (toggling)
(E1 and E2)
Mode B: 2-channel switching (E1 and E2)
Mode C: 1-channel blind/shutter resp. dimming (E1/E2)
Fitting
Install the universal radio transmitter in a
deep flushmounting box behind a flushmounting insert (60 mm-deep mounting box
recommended).
Antenna
For maximum transmission range, the antenna should be stretched out to full length and
not be left coiled up.
Keep away as far as possible from large
metal surfaces such as metallic door frames.
Do not shorten or lengthen the antenna and
do not strip off the insulation.
A)
B)
C)
Modes of operation
The universal radio transmitter has 3 modes
of operation which can be selected or indicated with push button .
The modes are signalled by the LED as
follows:
A) 2-channel dimming, toggling (E1 and E2)
2 brief flashes per second for 5 s
altogether
B) 2-channel switching (E1 and E2)
1 brief flash per second for 5 s altogether
C) 1- channel blind/shutter resp. dimming
(E1/E2)
3 brief flashes per second for 5 s
altogether
Mode B:
2-channel switching (E1 and E2)
For independent control of two radiocontrolled switching actuators.
Connection of conventional switches (n.o.
contact):
the universal transmitter transmits switch-on
telegrams when closed and switch-off telegrams when opened.
Connection of conventional push buttons (n.o.
contact):
the transmitter is in the special „doorbell“
mode and transmits switch-on telegrams
when closed and switchoff telegrams when
opened.
Mode A:
2-channel dimming, toggling (E1 and E2)
For independent control of two radiocontrolled dimming actuators. Connection of
conventional push buttons (n.o. contacts):
A press on the button switches over (toggles)
the type of telegram from the transmitter:
brief press (< 1s): switching on / off
long press (> 1s): lamp brighter / darker
Mode C:
1-channel blind/shutter (E1/E2)
For controlling of a radio-controlled
blind/shutter
Dimming
Connection of conventional pushbuttons
(n.o. contacts):
Actuation:
T1 < 1s: switch on T1 > 1 s: lamp brighter
T2 < 1 s: switch off T2 > 1 s: lamp darker
Important
When the load is off a long press (> 1s) of T2
causes suitable dimmers to switch on with
their minimal brightness.
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Blind/shutter
Connection of a blind/shutter switch or a
motor control insert:
The universal transmitter transmits
blind/shutter control telegrams (short-step /
long-step) for one channel.
Important
The radio universal transmitter must not be
connected in parallel with blind/shutter
motor.
Programming
A universal radio transmitter channel can be
programmed into an unlimited number of
radio receivers.
Programming information is stored only in
the radio-controlled receiver. During programming of a radio transmitter, the
sensitivty of the receivers is reduced to
approx. 5 m.
The distance between the receiver and the
transmitter to be programmed should therefore be between 0.5 m and 5 m.
Procedure
a1. Switch the radio-controlled receiver into
the programming mode (see „radio-controlled receiver“ operating instructions)
2a. Programming of operating mode A or C
Actuate the connected pushbutton or
switch for at least 1 s.
2b. Programming of operating mode B
The switching telegrams of operating
mode B are not suitable for programming. Set the universal transmitter therefore at first to operating mode A.
Press or actuate the corresponding
buttons or switches for at least 1 s. Then
go back to operating mode B.
a3. Switch the radio-controlled receiver back
into the operating mode (see „radiocontrolled receiver“ operating instructions).
Clearing a programmed channel
Reprogramming of the transmit channel to be
cleared in the same mode of operation deletes the assignment stored in the radiocontrolled receiver.
Technical data
Power supply:
230 V ~
Transmit frequency:
433,42 MHz, ASK
Transmitting range:
approx. 100 m
Operating temperature: approx. –20 °C
to +55 °C
Typo of protection:
IP 20
Dimension (Ø x H):
52 mm x 23 mm
Radio-controlled actuator Built-in
Ref.no. FA 10 EB
Function
The radio-controlled actuator switches
electrical loads (230 V/10 A) as soon as it
receives a corresponding (learnt) radio signal.
The radio-controlled actuator can ‘teach in’
up to 30 radio transmitters.
When it receives a radio signal from the
radio-controlled Observer, it switches on for
approx. 1 minute.
The radio-controlled actuator can be operated via a satellite station signal (230 V).
Light scenes
Limited light scene operation is possible
(only switching) using the radio-controlled
hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter e.g.
switching on the light.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be learnt in the radiocontrolled actuator.
Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
ALL OFF
The operation of the ALL OFF button of a
learnt radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
disconnected.
ALL ON
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
learnt radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
connected.
Satellite station signal
The satellite station signal (230 V) is
connected via a push-button (make contact)
with terminal 1 of the radio-controlled
actuator.
The radio-controlled actuator works in an
‘ON/OFF’two-way’ mode.
Note
The distance away from electrical loads (e.g.
electronic transformers, devices with electronic ballast, TV) must be at least 0.5 m.
Antenna
The radio reception power can be improved if
required by bringing out the antenna that is
rolled up in the device.
N
Prog
OFF
1
L
Antenne
ON
Prog
T
L N PE
Prog
Prog
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Prog
Prog
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the radiocontrolled actuator by radio remote control,
this remote control must be taught into the
radio-controlled actuator.
The distance between the radio-controlled
actuator and the radio transmitter that is to
be taught may not exceed 5 m.
Activation at the device
1. Turn the Prog switch to the ON position.
The red Prog LED flashes.
2. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required channel push-button for
at least 1 sec.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
Teaching in the ALL OFF/ALL ON button:
Press the ALL OFF or ALL ON button for at
least 10 sec.
Teaching in a radio-controlled Observer:
Carry out a movement in the detection
field of the radio-controlled Observer.
3. To check that a radio transmission has
been received, the red Prog LED lights up.
The load (relay) is connected.
The radio transmitter has been taught
in!
4. Turn the Prog switch to the OFF position.
The red Prog LED goes out. The load
(relay) is disconnected.
Note:
When teaching in a radio channel, ALL OFF/
ALL ON is automatically learnt as well.
Activation via satellite station T
1. Press push-button T for approx. 10 sec.
The load (relay) is connected and
disconnected in cycles (approx. 1 sec.).
2. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission within 1 min. by ...
see ‘Activation at the device’.
3. To check that a radio transmission has
been received, the load (relay) is connected. The radio channel is learnt!
You can exit the learning mode at any time
via a further satellite station signal.
Note
If all 30 memory locations are occupied, you
must delete an already taught-in radio transmitter.
Deleting a radio transmitter
The deletion of a taught-in radio transmitter
is carried out by a new learning process for
this radio transmitter.
All the channels and light scene push buttons
must be deleted individually.
A successful deletion process is indicated by
the red Prog LED going out and the load
(relay) being disconnected.
Technical data
Power supply
Switch contact
Switching capacity
Incandescent lamps
High voltage
halogen lamps
Temperature range
Reception frequency
Dimensions (BxHxT)
AC 230 V ~
Relay (10 A)
2300 W
2300 W
–20° C up to 55° C
433,42 MHz ASK
175 x 42 x 18 mm
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Radio-controlled push-button controller
Built-in 1 – 10 V Ref.no. FST 1240 EB
Technical data
Power supply
Functions
The radio-controlled push-button controller
1 – 10 V enables the lighting to be controlled
remotely via radio. This lighting can be
switched (brief actuation) or dimmed (longer
actuation).
The radio-controlled push-button controller
can teach in up to 30 radio transmitters.
On receipt of a radio signal from the radiocontrolled Observer, it switches on for an
overshoot time of approx. 1 minute.
Light scene
The operation of light scenes is possible
using the radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be taught into the radiocontrolled push-button controller
The scope of a light scene includes:
• the dimming value of a luminaire
(e.g. 70 % of the maximum brightness
level)
• the switching state of a load
(e.g. the lighting is switched on)
ALL OFF
The operation of the ALL OFF button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
disconnected.
ALL ON
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transdmitter leads to the load
being connected.
Installation
The device must be placed at a distance of
at least 0.5 m from any electrical loads (e.g.
TRONIC transformer, electronic lamp ballast,
TV).
The technical operating conditions of the
power stations must be observed.
Check that the electronic lamp ballast is suitable prior to the installation. Only electronic
lamp ballasts and fluorescent lamps or transformers from the same manufacturer and of
the same type and rating class should be
used.
Only use electronic lamp ballasts or
transformers with a standard 1 – 10 V
interface in accordance with DIN EN
60928 (electrical isolation between the
mains supply and the 1 – 10 V input).
Note
Some electronic lamp ballasts switch the
fluorescent lamps to maximum brightness for
a short period once the supply voltage has
been applied. This type of electronic ballast
only reacts to the applied control voltage
once this period has elapsed and sets the
brightness level of the luminaire accordingly.
The control line should be laid (type, cross
section) in accordance with VDE specifications
for 250 V cables (control voltage with basic
insulation). The load and control line should
be laid in the same cable.
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the radiocontrolled push-button controller with a radio
transmitter, this radio transmitter must be
taught into the radio-controlled push-button
controller.
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Control voltage
Control current
Electrical isolation
1 – 10 V
The distance between the radio-controlled
push-button controller and the radio
transmitter that is to be taught in must
not exceed 5 m.
Procedure
1. Switch off the connected load.
2. Press the ON/OFF button for at least 3
seconds.
The red Prog LED flashes to indicate that
the learning mode has been activated
(duration of approx. 1 minute).
During this period, one radio channel can
be taught in.
3. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required channel push-button for
at least 1 second.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
Teaching in the ALL ON or ALL OFF
button:
Press the ALL ON or ALL OFF button for at
least 10 seconds.
Teaching in a radio-controlled Observer:
Carry out a movement int he detection
field of the radio-controlled Observer.
4. The red Prog LED glows continually to
check that a radio transmission has been
received.
The learning process can be interrupted at
any time by pressing the ON/OFF button.
The radio channel has been taught in.
Note
• When teaching in a radio channel, the ALL
ON/ALL OFF button is automatically learnt
as well.
• If all 30 memory locations are occupied, an
already taught-in radio transmitter must be
deleted.
Deleting a radio transmitter
A taught-in radio transmitter is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process for this
radio transmitter. All the channels and light
scene push-buttons must be deleted
individually. A successful deletion process is
indicated by the red Prog LED flashing rapidly.
Modes
The radio-controlled push-button controller
can be operated directly at the device or on
receipt of a taught-in radio telegram from a
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter.
(A) Permanent ON/OFF
By pressing the Prog button for less than 1
second, the radio-controlled push-button
controller is switched permanently on or off.
(B) Memory
If the current dimming value is to be stored
as a memory value in the radio-controlled
push-button controller, the Prog button must
be pressed for at least 3 seconds, while the
load is connected.
A "softstart" is carried out as confirmation
i.e. the lamp is dimmed brighter until it reaches the stored memory value.
This stored value is retrieved the next time
that the lamp is switched on.
When the device is supplied, the memory
value is set at the maximum brightness level.
(C) Light scene
The brightness of a luminaire can be stored
in a light scene.
This light scene can be changed at any time
by storing it again.
A light scene push-button of the radio transmitter must be taught in before storing or
retrieving a light scene.
(D) Storing a light scene
1. Set the brightness of the luminaire.
2. Press the required light scene pushbutton of the radio transmitter for at least
3 seconds.
(E) Detection
If a taught-in radio telegram from a radiocontrolled Observer is received, the radiocontrolled push-button controller switches on
for approx. 1 minute.
AC 230 V ~
50/60 Hz
1 – 10 V
max. 15 mA
2 KV- basic
insulation
µ relay contact
Switch contact
Connected load
Resistive load
max. 1800 W
Electronic ballast,
transformer
type-dependent
Series-connected miniature
circuit-breaker
10 A
Number of radio
transmitters
max. 30
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz, ASK
Postal approval
LPD-D
Dimensions (LxWxH)
187 x 28 x 28 mm
Temperature range
0 up to +55 °C
Radio-controlled universal dimmer built-in
Ref.no. FUD 1253 EB
Functions
The radio-controlled universal dimmer enables
the radio remote control and manual triggering of luminaires.
The lighting can be switched (brief actuation)
or dimmed (longer actuation).
The radio-controlled universal dimmer can
teach in up to 30 radio transmitters.
On receipt of a radio signal from the radiocontrolled Observer, it switches on for an
overshoot time of approx. 1 minute.
The radio-controlled universal dimmer can
only be operated via a satellite station
(ref.no. 1220 NE) using the twin area principle.
Light scene
The operation of light scenes is possible
using the radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be taught into the radiocontrolled universal dimmer.
Up to 5 light moods can be stored.
The scope of a light scene includes:
• The dimming value of a luminaire
(e.g. 70 % of the maximum brightness level)
ALL OFF
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
connected.
ALL ON
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
connected.
Installation
The device must be placed at a distance of
at least 0.5 m from any electrical loads (e.g.
TRONIC transformer, electronic lamp ballast,
TV).
The technical operating conditions of the
power stations must be observed.
In a low dimming setting, ripple control pulses
from the power stations can be seen by a
brief flickering.
Satellite station signal
The radio-controlled universal dimmer can be
operated with a satellite station (ref.no.
1220 NE) according to the twin area principle. One or several satellite stations (SS) are
linked with terminal 1 of the radio-controlled
universal dimmer.
Conventional push-button is not working!
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the radiocontrolled universal dimmer with a radio
transmitter, this radio transmitter must be
taught into the radio-controlled universal
dimmer.
The dinstance between the radiocontrolled universal dimmer and the radio
transmitter that is to be taught must not
exceed 5 m.
Procedure
1. Switch off the connected load.
2. Press the ON/OFF button for at least
3 seconds. The red Prog LED flashes to
indicate that the learning mode has been
activated (duration of approx. 1 minute).
During this period, one radio channel can
be taught in.
3. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required channel push-button for at
least 1 second.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
Teaching in the ALL ON or ALL OFF button:
Press the ALL ON or ALL OFF button for at
least 10 seconds.
Teaching in a radio-controlled Observer:
Carry out a movement in the detection field
of the radio-controlled Observer.
4. The red Prog LED glows continually to
check that a radio transmission has been
received.
The learning process can be interrupted at
any time by pressing the ON/OFF button.
The radio channel has been taught in.
Note
• When teaching in a radio channel, the ALL
ON/ALL OFF button is automatically learnt
as well.
• If all 30 memory locations are occupied, an
already taught-in radio transmitter must be
deleted.
Deleting a radio transmitter
A taught-in radio transmitter is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process for this
radio transmitter. All the channels and light
scene push-buttons must be deleted individually. A successful deletion process is indicated by the red Prog LED flashing rapidly.
Power amplifiers
Depending on the capacity utilisation of the
universal dimmer, up to 10 power amplifiers
can be connected.
TRONIC power amplifiers (built-in or series
embodied) are used in combination with
TRONIC transformers (capacitive loads).
Low voltage power amplifiers (built-in or
series embodied) are used in combination
with conventional transformers (inductive
loads).
Automatic load detection
After the initial installation and isolation from
the supply, the universal dimmer detects the
load automatically.
Capacitive loads (e.g. TRONIC transformers) and inductive loads (e.g. conventional transformers) should not be connected together to the universal dimmer.
The detection process is indicated for resistive loads (incandescent lamps, high voltage
halogen lamps) by a brief flickering.
Depending on the network conditions, the
detection process lasts between 1 – 10
seconds. No operations are possible during
this period. If a short circuit occurs during the
detection process, the load must be remeasured once the short circuit has been removed.
A mains failure that lasts longer than 0.7 sec.
leads to the dimmer being switched off.
Short-circuit protection
Operation with trailing edge control
(capacitive load, resistive load)
Disconnection with automatic restart if the
short circuit has been removed within
7 seconds. After this period, the universal
dimmer remains disconnected until it is
switched on again manually.
Operation with leading edge control
(inductive load)
Disconnection with automatic restart if the
short circuit has been removed within
100 ms. After this period, the universal dimmer remains disconnected until it is switched
on again manually.
Satellite station
Universal dimmer
Power amplifier SE
Power amplifier Built-in
Universal dimmer
Overtemperature protection
Disconnection when the ambient temperature
is too high. Once it has colled down, the
device must be switched on again.
Modes
The radio-controlled universal dimmer can be
operated directly at the device, via a satellite
station (ref.no. 1220 NE) according to the
twin area principle or via the receipt of a
taught-in radio telegram from a radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter.
(A) Permanent ON/OFF
By pressing the Prog button for less than
1 second, the radio-controlled universal
dimmer is permanently switched on or off
(two-way operation).
sec.
universal dimmer, the Prog button must be
pressed for at least 3 seconds, while the load
is connected. A "softstart" is carried out as
confirmation i.e. the lamp is dimmed brighter
until it reaches the stored memory value.
This stored value is retrieved the next time
that the lamp is switched on.
When the device is supplied, the memory
value is set at the maximum brightness level.
(C) Satellite station
The radio-controlled universal dimmer can be
switched on or off or dimmed with a satellite
station (ref.no. 1220 NE) according to the
twin area principle.
• Brief actuation (max. 0.4 seconds)
The lamp is switched.
The lamp switches on with the memory
value.
• Longer actuation (min. 0.4 seconds)
Operation of upper contact:
Dimming to maximum brightness
Operation of lower contact:
Dimming to minimum brightness
(D) Light scene
The brightness of a luminaire can be stored
in a light scene.
This light scene can be changed at any time
by storing it again.
A light scene push-button of the radio transmitter must first be taught in before storing
or retrieving a light scene.
(E) Storing a light scene
1. Set the brightness of the luminaire.
2. Press the required light scene push-button
of the radio transmitter for at least
3 seconds.
(F) Detection
If a taught-in radio telegram from a radiocontrolled Observer is received, the radiocontrolled universal dimmer switches on for
approx. 1 minute.
Technical data
Power supply
AC 230 V ~, 50 Hz
(neutral line is not
required
Connected load
50 – 315 VA
230 V incandescent lamps
(resistive load, trailing edge control)
High voltage halogen lamps
(resistive load, trailing edge control)
TRONIC transformers
(capacitive load,trailing edge control)
or
Conventional transformers
(inductive load, leading edge control)
Mixed loads of specific load types are
permitted.
(not capacitive with inductive loads)
In the case of a mixed load with conventional
transformers, 50 % of the resistive load
(incandescent lamps, high voltage lamps)
should not be exceeded.
No. of connected
power amplifiers
max. 10
No. of satellite stations unlimited
Emitted interference
according to EN
55015
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz, ASK
Postal approval
LPD-D
Dimensions (LxWxH)
187 x 28 x 28 mm
Temperature range
0°C up to +55°C
(B) Memory
If the current dimming value is to be stored
as a memory value in the radio-controlled
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Radio-controlled universal in-line dimmer
Ref.no. FUSD 1253
Functions
The radio-controlled universal in-line
dimmer enables the radio remote control and
manual triggering of luminaires.
The lighting can be switched (brief actuation)
or dimmed (longer actuation).
The radio-controlled universal in-line dimmer
can teach in up to 30 radio transmitters.
Light scene
The operation of light moods is possible
using the radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be taught into the radiocontrolled universal in-line dimmer.
Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
The scope of a light scene includes:
• the dimming value of a luminaire
(e.g. 70 % of the maximum brightness level)
ALL OFF
The operation of the ALL OFF button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
disconnected.
ALL ON
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
connected.
Installation
The device must be placed at a distance of
at least 0.5 m from any electrical loads (e.g.
TRONIC transformer, electronic lamp ballast,
TV).
The technical operating conditions of the
power stations must be observed.
In a low dimming setting, ripple control pulses from the power stations can be seen by
a brief flickering.
Connect the radio-controlled universal in-line
dimmer according to the diagram.
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the radiocontrolled universal in-line dimmer with a
radio transmitter, this radio transmitter must
be taught into the radio-controlled universal
in-line dimmer.
The distance between the radio-controlled
universal in-line dimmer and the radio
transmitter that is to be taught must not
exceed 5 m.
Procedure
1. Switch off the load that is connected to the
pull cord dimmer.
2. Press the ON/OFF button for at least 3
seconds. The red Prog LED flashes to indicate that the learning mode has been
activated (duration of approx. 1 minute).
During this period, one radio channel can
be taught in.
3. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
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AC 230 V ~
L
N
Prog
ON / OFF
Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required channel push-button for
at least 1 second.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
Teaching in the ALL ON or ALL OFF
button:
Press the ALL ON or ALL OFF button for at
least 10 seconds.
Teaching in a radio-controlled Observer:
Carry out a movement in the detection
field of the radio-controlled Observer.
4. The red Prog LED glows continually to
check that a radio transmission has been
received.
The learning process can be interrupted at
any time by pressing the ON/OFF button.
The radio channel has been taught in.
Note
• When teaching in a radio channel, the ALL
ON/ALL OFF button is automatically learnt
as well.
• If all 30 memory locations are occupied, an
already taught-in radio transmitter must be
deleted.
Deleting a radio transmitter
A taught-in radio transmitter is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process for this
radio transmitter. All the channels and light
scene push-buttons must be deleted individually. A successful deletion process is indicated by the red Prog LED flashing rapidly.
Automatic load detection
After the initial installation and isolation from
the supply, the universal in-line dimmer
detects the load automatically.
Capacitive loads (e.g. TRONIC transformers) and inductive loads (e.g. conventional transformers) should not be connected together to the universal in-line dimmer.
The detection process is indicated for resistive loads (incandescent lamps, high voltage
halogen lamps) by a brief flickering.
Depending on the network conditions, the
detection process lasts between 1 – 10
seconds. No operations are possible during
this period. If a short circuit occurs during the
detection process, the load must be remeasured once the short circuit has been removed.
A mains failure that lasts longer than
0.7 seconds leads to the dimmer being
switched off.
Short-circuit protection
Operation with trailing edge control
(capacitive load, resistive load)
Disconnection with automatic restart if the
short circuit has been removed within
7 seconds. After this period, the universal
in-line dimmer remains disconnected until
it is switched on again manually.
Operation with leading edge control
(inductive load)
Disconnection with automatic restart if the
short circuit has been removed within 100 ms.
After this period, the universal in-line dimmer
remains disconnected until it is switched on
again manually.
Overtemperature protection
Disconnection when the ambient temperature
is too high. Once it has cooled down, the
device must be switched on again.
Modes
The radio-controlled universal pull dimmer
can be operated directly at the device or on
receipt of a taught-in radio telegram from a
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter.
(A) Permanent ON/OFF
By pressing the Prog button for less than
1 second, the radio-controlled universal
in-line dimmer is permanently switched on
or off (two-way operation).
(B) Memory
If the current dimming value is to be stored
as a memory value in the radio-controlled
universal in-line dimmer, the Prog button
must be pressed for at least 3 seconds,
while the load is connected.
A "softstart" is carried out as confirmation
i.e. the lamp is dimmed brighter until it reaches the stored memory value.
This stored value is retrieved the next time
that the lamp is switched on.
When the device is supplied, the memory
value is set at the maximum brightness level.
(C) Light scene
The brightness of a luminaire can be stored
in a light scene.
This light scene can be changed at any time
by storing it again.
A light scene push-button of the radio transmitter must first be taught in before storing
or retrieving a light scene.
(D) Storing a light scene
1. Set the brightness of the luminaire.
2. Press the required light scene push
button of the radio transmitter for at least
3 seconds.
(E) Detection
If a taught-in radio telegram from a radiocontrolled Observer is received, the radiocontrolled universal in-line dimmer
switches on for approx. 1 minute.
Technical data
Power supply
AC 230 V ~, 50 Hz
Connected load
50 – 315 VA
230 V incandescent lamps
(resistive load, trailing edge control)
High voltage halogen lamps
(resistive load, trailing edge control)
TRONIC transformers
(capacitive load, trailing edge control)
or
Conventional transformers
(inductive load, leading edge control)
Mixed loads of specific load types are permitted.
(not capacitive with inductive loads)
In the case of a mixed load with conventional
transformers, 50 % of the resistive load
(incandescent lamps, high voltage lamps)
should not be exceeded.
No. of connected power
amplifiers
max. 10
Emitted interference
according to
EN 55015
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz, ASK
Postal approval
LPD-D
Dimensions (LxWxH)
126 x 60 x 28 mm
„Mini“ radio-controlled switch actuator
Ref.no. FA 10 UP
Functions
The radio-controlled switch actuator switches
electrical loads (AC 230 V ~/8 A) as soon as
it has received an appropriate taught-in radio
signal.
The radio-controlled switch actuator can
teach in up to 14 radio transmitters.
On receipt of a radio signal from a radiocontrolled Observer, it switches on for an
overshoot time of approx. 1 minute.
Light scenes
The operation of light scenes (switching only)
is possible using the radio-controlled handheld or wall-mounted transmitter e.g. light is
switched on.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be taught into the radiocontrolled actuator. Up to 5 light scenes can
be stored.
ALL ON
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
connected.
ALL OFF
The operation of the ALL OFF button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
disconnected.
Installation
Blue cable, BU:
N, neutral
conductor
Antenne
Prog.
ON/OFF
µ
N
BU BN
L
BN BK
L
N
PE
L, AC 230 V~
µ, potential-free,
make contact
Black cable, BK:
Brown cable, BN:
Note
The potential-free, make contact is separated
internally from the phase with basic insulation.
The following load potentials can be connected:
• Functional extra-low voltage (FELV)
• One phase L (AC 230 V ~) against neutral
conductor N
„Mini“ radio-controlled
switch actuator, 2-channel
Ref.no. FA 26 UP
Functions
The 2-channel "Mini" radio-controlled switch
actuator is a component of the Radio
Management system.
It enables two electrical loads (AC 230 V /
6 A) to be switched independently, as soon as
it has received a taught-in radio telegram.
The switch actuator can be programmed to
store up to 7 radio-controlled transmitters
per channel. If a taught-in radio telegram
from a radio-controlled Observer is received,
the actuator is switched on for an overshoot
time of approx. 1 minute.
Note
If all 7 locations of a channel are occupied, an
already taught-in radio transmitter must be
deleted so that an additional transmitter can
be taught in.
Installation
Connect the 2-channel "Mini" radio-controlled
switch actuator according to the diagram.
Note
• The device must be placed at a distance
of at least 5 m from electrical loads (e.g.
microwaves, hi-fi systems, TV).
• The distance between the "Mini" switch actuator and a transmitter must be at least 1 m.
Antenna
In order to maintain the maximum radio
transmission power, the antenna should be
laid as far away as possible. It must be positioned away from metal components with
a large surface area e.g. metal door frames.
Antenne
Prog.
ON/OFF
N
LA
LB
L
BU
YE
GY
BK
BU
YE
GY
BK
Antenne
Prog.
ON/OFF
N
LA
LB
L
BU
YE
GY
BK
N
L
You should not shorten or extend the antenna or strip away the insulation.
Teaching in a radio transmitter
When teaching in a radio transmitter, the
sensitivity of the radio receiver is reduced to
approx. 5 m. The distance between the
2-channel "Mini" radio-controlled switch
actuator and the radio transmitter that is to
be taught should therefore not exceed 5 m.
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the radiocontrolled switch actuator with a radio transmitter, this radio transmitter must be taught
into the radio-controlled switch actuator.
The distance between the radio-controlled
switch actuator and the radio transmitter
that is to be taught must not exceed 5 m.
Procedure
1. Press the ON/OFF button for at least 3
seconds. The red Prog LED flashes to
indicate that the learning mode has been
activated (duration of approx. 1 minute).
During this period, one radio channel can
be taught in.
2. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required channel push-button for
at least 1 second.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 seconds.
Teaching in the ALL ON or ALL OFF
button:
Press the ALL ON or ALL OFF button for at
least 10 seconds.
Teaching in a radio-controlled Observer:
Carry out a movement in the detection
field of the radio-controlled Observer.
3. The red Prog LED glows continually to
check that a radio transmission has been
received.
The learning process can be interrupted at
any time by pressing the ON/OFF button.
The radio channel has been taught in.
Deleting a radio transmitter
A taught-in radio transmitter is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process for this
radio transmitter.
All the channels and light scene push-buttons must be deleted individually.
A successful deletion process is indicated by
the red Prog LED flashing rapidly.
Technical data
Nominal voltage
AC 230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Switch contact
Relay, µ contact,
8A
Miniature circuitbreaker
10 A
Switching capacity
Incandescent lamps: 1000 W
High voltage halogen
lamps
1000 W
Low voltage halogen
lamps with conventional
transformer
0750 VA, with a
nominal load of 85 %
Fluorescent lamps
not compensated
0500 VA
parallel compensated
(47 µF)
0400 VA
lead-lag circuit
1000 VA
Procedure
1. Press the ON/OFF button for at least 3 sec.
in order to switch to the channel selection
mode. Both channels are switched off and
the Prog LED lights up in red and green for
approx. 2 seconds.
Both channels are switched off and the
Prog LED flashes red for the first channel.
When the second channel has to be selected, the ON/OFF button has to be pressed
for approx. 3 sec. Now the green LED
flashes and can be taught in.
The learning mode is now activated for
approx. 1 minute.
2. Trigger the radio telegram at the selected
radio transmitter.
Teaching in a channel:
Press the channel push-button for longer
than 1 second.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the light scene push-button for longer than 3 seconds.
Teaching in the ALL ON/ALL OFF button:
Press the ALL ON or ALL OFF button for
longer than 10 seconds.
Teaching in a radio-controlled Observer:
Carry out a movement in the detection
field of the radio-controlled Observer.
3. The Prog LED of the 2-channel "Mini"
radio-controlled switch actuator glows
continually to indicate that the learning
process has been successful.
4. You exit the programming mode either
automatically after approx. 1 minute or by
pressing the ON/OFF button. The 2-channel
"Mini" radio-controlled switch actuator is
then ready for operation.
Light moods
The 2-channel "Mini" radio-controlled switch
actuator can be integrated into light scenes.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be taught into the radiocontrolled actuator. Up to 5 light scenes can
be stored.
ALL ON/ALL OFF
When teaching in a channel push-button, the
ALL ON or ALL OFF button of the radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter is automatically learnt as well.
Pressing the ALL ON (ALL OFF) button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter (dis)connects the load.
Deleting a radio transmitter
A taught-in radio transmitter is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process for this
radio transmitter. All the channels and light
scene push-buttons must be deleted individually. A successful deletion process is indicated by the Prog LED flashing rapidly.
Technical data
Nominal voltage
AC 230 V ~,
50/60 Hz
Switch contacts
Relay, µ contact, 6 A
Miniature circuit-breaker 10 A
Switching capacity per channel
Incandescent lamps
350 W
High voltage
halogen lamps
300 W
Low voltage halogen
lamps with conventional
transformer
350 VA, with a
nominal load of 85%
with TRONIC transf.
300 W
Fluorescent lamps
not compensated
350 VA
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz, ASK
Postal approval
LPD-D
Temperature range
0°C up to +55°C
Type of protection
IP 20
Energy-saving lamps
Pay attention to high inrush peaks when
using energy-saving lamps.
Check the suitability of the lamps before use.
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Radio-controlled blinds actuator
Ref.no. FAJ 6 UP
Function
The radio-controlled blinds actuator is a
component of the Radio Management
system. It enables the wireless remote control
of a shutter or blinds motor.
Dependent on the operation of a radiocontrolled hand-held or wall-mounted transmitter, the louvres are adjusted (short pushbutton action < 1 second) or the blind is
moved into position (long push-button action
> 1 second).
The radio-controlled blinds actuator can
teach in up to 14 radio transmitters.
The limit position of the blind (upper or
lower) can be combined together with the
lighting into a light scene.
Note
If all 14 memory locations are occupied, an
already taught-in radio transmitter must be
deleted so that an additional transmitter can
be taught in.
The device must be placed at a distance of
at least 0.5 m from electrical loads (e.g. electronic transformers, electronic lamp ballasts,
TV).
The radio-controlled blinds actuator FM was
exclusively developed for operating motors for
blinds or shutters.
Do not switch any other loads!
Other applications can prove dangerous e.g.
controlling security gates.
Observe the instructions from the motor
manufacturer when switching shutter motors
in parallel. Only blinds or shutters with
mechanical or electronic limit switches
should be used. Due to the electronic lockout of the device, a minimum reversing time
of approx. 1 second is implemented after a
change in direction.
Observe the instructions from the motor
manufacturer with regard to the reversing
time and maximum operating time.
Antenna
In order to maintain the maximum radio
transmission power, the antenna should be
laid as far away as possible. It must be positioned away from metal components with a
large surface area e.g. metal door frames.
You should not shorten or extend the antenna
or strip away the insulation.
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Antenna
Antenna
M
Prog.
ON/OFF
Prog.
DOWN UP
▲
▼
L
BU BN
YE
BK
N
▼ ▲
N
ON/OFF
N
▲
▼
L
BU
BN
YE
BK
BU
BN
YE
BK
Teaching in a radio transmitter
When teaching in a radio transmitter, the
sensitivity of the radio receiver is reduced to
approx. 5 m.
The distance between the radio-controlled
blinds actuator and the radio transmitter
that is to be taught may not exceed 5 m.
Procedure
1. Press the ON/OFF button for at least
3 seconds. The red Prog LED flashes for
approx. 1 minute.
During this period, one radio channel can
be taught in.
2. Trigger a radio telegram at the selected
radio transmitter.
Teaching in a channel:
Press the channel push-button for longer
than 1 second.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the light scene push-button for longer than 3 seconds.
3. The Prog LED of the radio-controlled blinds
actuator glows continually to indicate that
the learning process has been successful.
4. You exit the programming mode either
automatically after approx. 1 minute or by
pressing the ON/OFF button. The radiocontrolled blinds actuator is then ready for
operation.
PE
N
L
Light scenes
The limit position of a blind can be stored in
a light scene.
This light scene can be changed at any time
by storing it again.
Before storing or retrieving a light scene, a
light scene push-button of the radio-controlled transmitter must be taught in.
Storing a light scene
1. Move the blind into the required limit
position.
2. Press the required light scene push-button
of the radio transmitter for at least 3 seconds.
Note
If the blind is not in the limit position during
the teaching of a light scene, this blind is not
stored in this light scene.
Deleting a radio transmitter
A taught-in radio transmitter is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process for this
radio transmitter.
All the channels and light scene pushbuttons must be deleted individually.
A successful deletion process is indicated by
the Prog LED flashing rapidly.
Technical data
Nominal voltage
AC 230 V ~,
50/60 Hz
(neutral line
required)
Switching capacity
max. 1 motor 400 VA
Relay output
2 make contacts
(non-floating and
interlocked)
Reversing time for change
in direction
approx. 1 second
Continuous operation
2 minutes
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz, ASK
Postal approval
LPD-D
Temperature range
0°C up to +55°C
Dimensions
Height 23 mm
ø approx. 52 mm
Type of protection
IP 20
Radio-controlled plug adapter switch
Ref.no. FZS 10 WW
L
T
t
1 min.
Functions
A special transmission telegram is used in
the Radio Management system which can
only be produced and evaluated by this
family of products.
In connection with a radio-controlled wallmounted, hand-held or universal transmitter
(switching mode) or a radio-controlled
Observer, the radio-controlled plug adapter
switch enables the remote switching of
portable appliances (e.g. floor lamps) with a
mains plug.
The radio-controlled plug adapter switch
operates electrical loads (AC 230 V ~) as
soon as it has received a (taught-in) Radio
Management signal.
On receipt of the radio signal from a radiocontrolled Observer, it switches on for an
overshoot time of approx. 1 minute.
The plug adapter switch can teach in up to
30 radio transmitters. Each radio transmitter
has at least one radio channel.
The plug adapter switch has an increased
level of protection against electric shocks.
Light scenes
When using the radio-controlled hand-held or
wall-mounted transmitter, the lamp that is
plugged in can be integrated in light moods
with the states "ON" or "OFF" e.g. light
scene 1 = floor lamp is switched on.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be taught into the radiocontrolled plug adapter switch.
Up to 5 light moods can be stored.
ALL ON
The operation of the ALL ON button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held transmitter leads to the load being connected.
ALL OFF
The operation of the ALL OFF button of a
taught-in radio-controlled hand-held or wallmounted transmitter leads to the load being
disconnected.
Note
When teaching in a radio channel, the ALL
ON/ALL OFF button is automatically learnt as
well. The device must be placed at a distance
of at least 0.5 m from loads that cause
electrical interference (e.g. microwaves, hi-fi
system, TV).
t
1 min.
t
1 min.
Operation
By pressing push-button T for less than
3 seconds, the plug adapter switch is permanently switched on or off (two-way operation).
Alternatively, the device can be operated via
taught-in radio transmitters. The red LED L
indicates that the load is connected.
Fuse
In the case of a malfunction, you should first
of all check the fuse (T 6.3 H 250 V) (in the
event of an overload, the fuse is tripped).
The fuse holder contains a spare fuse. The
fuse holder S is located between the plug-in
contacts.
Only the original fuse should be used!
Radio transmission
Radio transmission is not carried out via an
exclusive transmission route, therefore
disruptions cannot be ruled out. Radio transmission is therefore not suitable for security
applications e.g. emergency stop, emergency
calls.
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the plug adapter switch with a radio transmitter, the radio
channel of the required radio transmitter
must be taught in. The distance between the
radio-controlled plug adapter switch and the
radio transmitter that is to be taught in
should not exceed 5 m.
1. Press the push button T for approx.
3 seconds. The radio-controlled plug adapter
switch switches off the connected load.
One radio transmitter can be taught in within
approx. 1 minute. The red LED flashes
during this period.
2. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
• Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required channel push-button
for at least 1 second.
• Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene pushbutton for at least 3 seconds.
• Teaching in a radio-controlled
Observer
Carry out a movement in the detection
field of the radio-controlled Observer.
• Teaching in the ALL ON or ALL OFF
button:
Press the ALL ON or ALL OFF button for
at least 10 seconds.
3. The red LED lights up to check that a
radio transmission has been learnt.
4. You exit the learning process either automatically after approx. 1 minute or by
pressing the push-button T. The radiocontrolled plug adapter switch then
switches to the normal receiving mode.
If a further radio channel is to be taught in,
the learning process is retrieved again. If all
30 memory locations of the radio transmitters are occupied, you must first delete an
already taught-in radio transmitter.
You must delete the channel and light scene
push-button individually.
Deleting a taught-in radio channel
A taught-in radio channel is deleted by
carrying out a new learning process as
described above.
A successful deletion process is indicated by
the red LED flashing in quick session.
You exit the deletion process either automatically after approx. 1 minute or by pressing
the push-button T. The radio-controlled plug
adapter switch then switches to the normal
receiving mode.
Technical data
Power supply
AC 230 V ~
Fuse
T 6,3 H 250 V
Switching capacity (relay contact)
Incandescent lamps
1000 W
High voltage halogen
lamps
1000 W
Low voltage halogen
lamps with conventional
transformers
0750 VA
with TRONIC transf.
0750 W
Fluorescent lamps
not compensated
0500 VA
parallel compensated 0400 VA
lead-lag circuit
1000 VA
Temperature range
–20°C up to 55°C
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz, ASK
Postal approval
LPD-D
Dimensions (LxWxT)
163 x 70 x 72 mm
Energy-saving lamps
Pay attention to high inrush peaks when
using energy-saving lamps.
Check the suitability of the lamps before use.
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Radio-controlled plug adapter dimmer Ref.-No. FZD 1254 WW
R,C
The symbols used to identify dimmer
loads designate the type of the electrical
behaviour of loads connected to dimmers:
R = ohmic, L = inductive, C = capacitive
Function
The radio-controlled plug adapter dimmer is
a universal dimmer with automatic load
detection permitting radio-controlled switching and dimming of mobile luminaires.
The turn-on brightness can be stored in the
device as memory value.
The adapter is operated from a programmed
radio-controlled transmitter (e.g. radiocontrolled hand-held transmitter, etc.) or
directly on the device itself (only switching).
Depending on the actuation of the radiocontrolled transmitter, the lights are either
switched on or off (short press on key) or
dimmed (long press on key). When a programmed telegram from a radio detector is
received by the dimmer while deactivated,
the dimmer will switch on for a delay of
about 1 minute with the preset memory value
when it it is dark. All functions described are
available only if the radio-controlled adapter
plug with dimmer is plugged into a socket
outlet and if a specified load is plugged into
the socket of the radio-controlled adapter
plug with dimmer. The radio-controlled adapter plug with dimmer can be programmed to
identify up to 30 radio channels.
Light moods
The radio controlled adapter plug dimmer
can be integrated into up to 5 light scenes
which are recalled and stored with radiocontrolled transmitters (e.g. handheld transmitter ‘Komfort’). The corresponding lightscape key must have been programmed
beforehand into the radio-controlled adapter
plug with dimmer.
Light control
A light control can be realized with a radio
controlled adapter plug dimmer and an
identified radio control presence detector or
light sensor.
Installation instructions
– The distance to electric loads (e.g. microwave ovens, Hi-fi equipment and TV sets)
must be at least 0.5 m.
– To avoid overloading of the radio-controlled
receiver (actuator) the distance between
the radio-controlled adapter plug dimmer
and a transmitter must be at least 1 m.
Automatic load detection
After first installation and disconnection of
the mains, the radio-controlled adapter plug
dimmer detects the load automatically. With
resistive loads, the detection of the load is
accompanied by short flickering of the lamps
incandescent and HV halogen lamps).
Depending on mains conditions, the detection
procedure as such lasts between 1 s and
10 s. During this time, no operation is
possible. A mains failure of more than 0.2 s
causes the adapter plug to shut off.
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Programming key
Programming LED
Programming
of radio-controlled transmitters
During programming of a radio-controlled
transmitter into receiver, the sensitivity of the
receiver is reduced to approx. 5 m. For the
programming procedure, the adapter plug
must be plugged into a socket outlet and a
specified load be plugged into the dimmer.
Procedure
1. Switch off the load plugged into the
adapter plug with a brief press (< 1 s) on
the programming button.
2. Press the programming button for abt. 4 s
in order to get into the programming
mode. The LED flashes for abt. 1 min. The
adapter plug is now in its programming
mode.
3. Send a radio telegram from the selected
transmitter.
Programming a channel
Depress the channel key for more than 1
second.
Programming a light scenes key
Depress the light scenes key for more than
3 seconds.
Programming a detector
Remove the battery for about 2 minutes
from the detector. Put the the battery back
in place and make a movement inside the
detection range of the detector within the
next 15 minutes.
Programming a presence detector
or a light sensor
Remove the battery(ies) for about
2 minutes from the transmitter.
After putting the battery(ies) back in place,
the device starts transmitting programming telegrams for about 30 s.
Important
It is not possible to program a combination
consisting of presence-control detector,
light sensor and detector.
4. The adapter plug confirms storage of the
data transmitted by a permanently lit LED.
5. The programming mode ends automatically after about 1 minute or can be
terminated by a short depression of the
programming key. The adapter plug is then
again in the normal operating mode.
Deleting a radio-controlled transmitter
A radio control transmitter in the adapter’s
memory is deleted when the same transmitter
is programmed again into the memory.
All channels and light scenes keys must be
deleted one by one. Successful deletion is
signalled by the LED blinking faster.
Deleting all radio-controlled transmitters
It is possible to delete all transmitters stored
in the device by resetting the radio-controlled
adapter plug with dimmer to the state of
delivery.
For this deleting procedure, a load must be
plugged into the adapter plug .
1. Switch off the load connected to the
adapter plug with a brief press (< 1 s) on
the programming button.
2. Depress the programming key for about
20 s. After 4 s, the programming LED
begins to flash and after 20 s the flashing
sequences is replaced for about 6 s by
periodic high-intensity light pulses.
3. Release the programming button briefly
during these 6 s and depress once again
for about 1 s to start deletion.
4. During the deleting procedure, the LED is
permanently lit. Successful deletion of all
radio-controlled transmitters stored is then
signalled by the LED flashing faster. The
flashing sequence ends after about 1 min
or can be terminated by a brief press on
the button.
Memory value (switch-on brightness)
A preset brightness value can be stored in
the device as memory value. This memory
value can then be recalled as the switch-on
brightness.
Storing the memory value
1. Set the lamp to the desired brightness.
2. Depress the programming key for at least
4 s. This action is confirmed by a „soft
start“, i.e. the lamp is switched off for a
short moment and then increased in
brightness up to the memory value.
Light scenes
Before storing or recalling a lightscape, the
lightscape key of the radio-controlled transmitter must be programmed into adapter
plug.
After transmitter programming, the lightmoods data (lamp brightness) can be stored
in the adapter plug. A light scene can be
changed at any time by storing it again.
Storing a light scene
1. Adjust the desired brightness of the lamp.
2. Depress the light scenes key of the radiocontrolled transmitter for at least 3 s. The
old light scene is recalled (do not release
the key). The new light scene is activated
and stored 3 s later.
Technical data
Nominal voltage: 230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
Fuse:
T 6,3 H 250 V
Power rating:
50 – 420 W/VA
– 230 V incandescent lamps
(resistive load, phase cut-off)
– HV halogen lamps
(resistive load, phase cut-off)
– JUNG-Tronic transformers
(capacitive load, phase cut-off)
or
– Conventional transformers
(inductive load, phase cut-on)
When mixed loads are connected to conventional transformers, the resistive part of the
load (incandescent lamps, HV halogen lamps)
must not exceed 50 % of the total load.
(Do not mix capacitive with inductive
loads.)
Faultless operation is guaranteed only if
JUNG Tronic transformers or conventional
iron-copper transformers are used.
Receive frequency: 433,42 MHz, ASK
Type op protection: IP 20
Temperature range: approx. +5 to +35 °C
Humidity
in operation:
max. 65 %
(without condensation)
Dimensions
(LxWxD):
136 x 70 x 72 mm
Center plate with radio receiver
Ref.nos. ..1561.07 F..
Technical data
Power supply
> 4 sec
Functions
When combined with the universal dimmer,
the center plate with a radio receiver makes
it possible to have radio remote control and
manual lighting control.
The lighting can be switched (brief actuation)
or dimmed (longer actuation).
When a radio signal is received from the
radio-controlled Observer, it switches on for
approx. 1 minute.
The required brightness value can be stored
(memory function).
The center plate with radio receiver can
‘teach in’ up to 30 radio transmitters.
Light scenes
Light scene operation is possible using the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter.
The required light scene push-button of the
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter must be learnt in the center plate
with radio receiver.
Up to 5 light scenes can be stored.
ALL OFF
Pressing the ALL OFF button of a taught-in
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter leads to the load being
disconnected.
ALL ON
Pressing the ALL ON button of a taught-in
radio-controlled hand-held or wall-mounted
transmitter leads to the load being connected.
The center plate with radio receiver can only
be put into operation when it is combined
with the universal dimmer.
Note
The center plate should not be plugged in
when the mains voltage (230 V) is connected
otherwise a malfunction may occur.
The distance away from electrical loads
(e.g. electronic transformers, devices with
electronic ballast, TV) must be at least 0.5 m.
from the flushmounted insert
Transmission frequency 433,42 MHz (ASK)
Temperature range
–20°C up to +55°C
Teaching in a radio transmitter
In order to be able to operate the center plate
with radio remote control, this remote control
must be taught in to the center plate.
The distance between the center plate and
the radio transmitter that is to be taught in
must not exceed 5 m.
1. Switch the lighting off with the center
plate.
2. Press a push-button for at least 3 seconds.
The transmitter signals its readiness to learn
(duration approx. 1 min.) by a long pulsing
tone .
During this period a radio channel can be
taught in.
3. The required radio transmitter must trigger
a radio transmission.
Teaching in a radio channel:
Press the required push-button for at least
1 sec.
Teaching in a light scene push-button:
Press the required light scene push-button
for at least 3 sec.
Teaching in the ALL OFF/ALL ON button:
Press the ALL OFF/ALL ON button for at
least 10 sec.
4. A successful learning process is confirmed
by a continuous tone (duration approx.
1 min.).
You can interrupt the learning process at
any time by a push-button action.
Note:
If all 30 memory locations are occupied, you
must delete an already taught-in radio transmitter.
Deleting a radio-transmitter
The deletion of a taught-in radio transmitter is
carried out by a new learning process.
All the channels and light scene push-buttons
must be deleted individually.
A successful deletion process is confirmed
by a short pulsing tone duration approx.
1 min.).
You can interrupt the deletion process at any
time by pressing a push-button.
Operation
The lighting is dimmed brighter with the
upper half of the center plate and dimmed
darker with the lower half.
t
1 min.
t
1 min.
Short operation (< 0,4 sec.)
The lighting is switched (to the memory
value).
Long operation (≥ 0,4 sec.)
The lighting is dimmed.
Memory function
If the current dimming value is to be stored
as a memory value in the center plate, press
the entire surface area of the push-button
while the load is connected for at least 3
seconds.
A ‘softstart’ is carried out as confirmation i.e.
the lamp is dimmed brighter until it reaches
the stored memory value.
When the lamp is switched on the next time,
this stored value is retrieved.
It is switched on via the receipt of a taught-in
radio telegram from a radio-controlled, handheld or wall-mounted transmitter or a 2channel flush-mounted transmitter.
If a taught-in radio telegram from a radiocontrolled Observer is received, the radiocontrolled push-button switches on for
approx. 1 minute with the memory value.
Light scene
The brightness of a luminaire can be
integrated into a light scene.
This light scene can be changed at any time
by storing it again.
A light scene push-button of the radio transmitter must be taught in before storing or
retrieving a light scene.
Storing a light scene
1. Set the brightness of the luminaire.
2. Press the required light scene push-button
of the radio transmitter for at least 3 sec.
3. A short signal (approx. 1 sec.) sounds as
confirmation that this light scene has been
stored.
t
1 min.
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Master receiver Ref.no. FK 100 REG
Function
The Master receiver is a modular DIN-rail
device for the reception of radio-control
telegrams. The telegrams are converted to
wire-bound data and transmitted for
evaluation to DIN-rail radio-controlled
actuators (e.g. switching, dimming or shutter
actuators). Up to 30 DIN-rail radio-controlled
actuators can be connected to one Master
receiver.
For the reception of radio-control telegrams,
the device is equipped with an integrated
antenna. In locations with unfavourable
receiving conditions (e.g metallic distribution
cabinet), an external antenna can be connected as an option.
Instructions
• The overall length of the bus lines to the
DIN-rail radio-controled actuators must not
exceed 3 m.
• To prevent saturation of the radio-controlled
receiver (actuator), the distance between
the DIN-rail radio-controlled receiver and a
transmitter must be at least 1 m.
• The polarity of the bus lines must not be
reversed.
• Up to 30 DIN-rail radio-controlled actuators
can be connected to a DIN-rail radiocontrolled receiver.
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Specifications
Rated supply
voltage:
Screw terminals:
Antenna
For the reception of radio-control telegrams,
the device is equipped with an integrated
antenna. In locations with unfavourable
receiving conditions (e.g metallic distribution
cabinet), an external antenna can be connected as an option (accessory Ref. no.: F-Ant).
Fitting and connection
Snap the Master receiver onto the DIN rail
and connect as shown in the figure.
Connect the Master receiver by means of the
connecting terminals with the DIN-rail radiocontrol actuators using a bus line.
The bus line used must be a shielded cable
(with twisted wires and a wire dia. of 0.8 mm)
designed for a test voltage of 2.5 kV AC.
AC 230 V ~ 50/60 Hz
1,5 to 4 mm2 single-wire
0,75 to 4 mm2 stranded
wire (without ferrule)
0,5 to 2,5 mm2 stranded
wire (with ferrule)
Receive frequency: 433,42 MHz
Operating
temperature:
approx. 0 °C ... +45 °C
Storage
temperature:
approx. -25°C ... + 70 °C
Type of protection: IP 20
Mounting width:
36 mm (2 TE)
The functions of the DIN rail actuators
are similar to the comparable built-in or
flush-mounted actuators of the Radio
Management system.
Radio-controlled Observer Ref.no. FW 180 WW
Radio-controlled performance unit Ref.no. FWL 2200 WW
80
X
LU
1
10
OFF ON
L IM I T
10
LU
X
80
2
.
.
N
3
5
1
2
a
1
5
The radio-controlled Observer reacts to
thermal movements triggered by people,
animals or objects and sends any detected
movement to the radio-controlled performance
unit which evaluates the information and
connects the load(s).
It is a good idea to implement the radiocontrolled Observer system when local conditions require the use of several sensors.
The radio-controlled Observer is operated
using a 9 V monobloc battery and therefore
does not require a supply cable. The devices
can therefore be installed where they are
needed and not where a mains connection is
available.
Visual displays signal the activation of the
device.
The load remains connected while movement
is being detected. If no movement is detected,
the radio-controlled performance unit disconnects the load once the set delay period
has elapsed.
Additional functions are supported such as a
2 hour ON period or 2 hour OFF period.
Both the operating time and the brightness
value which activates the system when the
value drops below this level can be set in the
radio-controlled performance unit.
N
1
a
.
.
OFF ON
L IM I T
2 1
10
LU
X
80
5
1
N
.
.
a
OFF ON
L IM I T
3 2
10
LU
X
80
5
1
1
N
.
.
a
Technical data
Radio-controlled Observer
ref.no. FW 180 WW
Nominal voltage
9 V DC
Battery type
9 V monobloc battery
Battery life
Lithium (1,2 Ah)
approx. 4 years
Alkaline (0,55 Ah)
approx. 1,5 years
Power consumption
Daytime operation
approx. 0,14 mW
Night operation
approx. 0,27 mW
Radio transmission
approx. 27 mW
Transmission power
< 10 mW
Transmission
frequency
433,42 MHz, ASK
Range
approx. 100 m
(free field)
Detection radius
180°
Detection field
16 m x 32 m
Mounting height
approx. 2,40 m
Sensitivity
20% – 100%
Evaluation
Operation range
3 – 200 lux ± 50%
Sensor for retriggering 80 lux
Sensor is off
> 200 lux
Temperature range
–25°C up to +55°C
Type of protection
IP 55
Settings of the radio-controlled
performance unit
The following are located in the terminal
housing of the radio-controlled performance
unit:
Brightness setting Recommendation: Setting the device to 10 lux
(see diagram) activates the device as dusk
falls.
Time setting Can be set between 10 seconds and
15 minutes.
Programming OFF: normal mode
ON: learning mode
Teaching in the radio-controlled Observer
During the initial installation, the radiocontrolled Observer is to assign to the radiocontrolled performance unit i.e. "learnt".
The radio-controlled performance unit can
only understand and evaluate signals from
taught-in radio-controlled Observers.
1. The Prog rotary switch on the radiocontrolled performance unit must be set
to the ON position in order to activate the
learning mode. The right red LED flashes. A movement must be carried out
to trigger the radio-controlled Observer
into sending a radio transmission. This
applies both to normal mode and test
mode.
2. The right red LED and the left green
LED light up to check that a radio
transmission has been received. The load
is connected. The radio-controlled
Observer has been taught in.
3. The Prog rotary switch must be set to
the OFF position in order to activate normal mode. The right red LED and the
left green LED are extinguished. The
load is disconnected.
Up to 30 radio-controlled Observers can be
taught into the system.
Deleting the radio-controlled Observer
If an already taught-in radio-controlled
Observer is taught in for a second time, it is
deleted. A successful deletion process is indicated as follows:
Right red LED -> lights up
Left green LED -> does not light up
OFF ON
L IM I T
Radio transmission
The transmission range of the radiocontrolled hand-held Observer is dependent
on the structural conditions of the property:
Dry material
Wood, plaster,
plasterboard
Brick, plywood panels
Reinforced concrete
Metal, metal grids,
aluminium laminate
Penetration
90 … 100%
65 … 095%
10 … 070%
00 … 010%
Technical data
Radio-controlled performance unit,
ref.no. FWL 2200 WW
Nominal voltage
AC 230 V ~, 50 Hz
Switch contact
Relay
Switching capacity
Incandescent lamps
2500 W
High voltage
halogen lamps
2500 W
Fluorescent lamps
not compensated_
1200 W
parallel compensated 0920 W
lead-lag circuit
2400 W
Note:
Pay attention to high inrush peaks when
using energy-saving lamps. Check suitability
of the lamps before use.
Miniature circuit-breaker 10 A
Power consumption
2W
Inrush current
max. 20 A
Operating time
approx.
10 sec. – 15 min
± 10% retriggered
Brightness setting
approx. 3 – 80 lux
± 10%
Additional function via push-button
(break contact)
Pulse duration
400 ms, ± 50%
Pulse interval
600 ms
1st function
1 x pulse,
operating time
2nd function
2 x pulse,
ON = 2 hrs, ±10%
3rd function
3 x pulse,
OFF = 2 hrs, ±10%
Transmission
frequency
433,42 Mhz, ASK
Temperature range
–25°C up to +55°C
Type of protection
IP 55
Interference
suppression
in accordance
VDE 0875,
part 1/12.88
Night operation
On detection of a movement, the radiocontrolled Observer measures and
evaluates the light intensity E:
● E < set brightness level:
radio signal to the performance unit
● Set brightness level < E < 200 lux:
radio signal (retriggered) to the
performance unit
● E > 200 lux:
Change to daytime operation
Daytime operation
The radio-controlled Observer measures
the level of light intensity every 10 seconds.
If the value falls below 80 lux, the device
switches to night operation.
Low battery voltage
A "Low-Bat" signal is sent to the radiocontrolled performance unit as soon as the
battery voltage falls below the critical value
(UBat < 8,0 V). The signal is indicated by the
red LED of the radio-controlled Observer and
the radio-controlled performance unit.
Note:
The radio-controlled Observer is not tamperproof and is therefore not suitable for use in
alarm systems.
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Radio-controlled Presence Detector
Ref.no. FPM 360 WW
Function
The radio controlled presence detector (fig. A)
permits to achieve optimal energy savings by
controlling the illumination of a room depending on the presence of persons.
A
Batteries
The radio controlled presence detector
operates on 4 alkaline micro batteries as
shown in fig. C (LR 03, not included in the
scope of supply). Batteries of the carbon-zinc
type (R 03) must not be used.
After insertion of the batteries, the device is
at first for ca. 30 seconds in the programming mode. To avoid undesired programming, make sure that none of the actuators is
in the programming mode during this time.
C
Important
When programming the first presence
detector into the radio controlled receiver
make sure the brightness control (fig. D )
does not point to the "Moon" symbol.
A presence detector with this setting will be
identified as a slave unit and can therefore not
be programmed as first unit into an actuator.
The radio-controlled presence detector cannot
be operated together with a radio-controlled
detector or a radio-controlled light sensor.
D
Switch-off delay "time"
The potentiometer permits adjustment of the
switch-off delay for automatic operation in
fine steps between approx. 2 minutes (2 min)
to approx. 1 hour (1 h).
Sensitivity "sens"
The potentiometer permits adjusting the
sensitivity of the sensor between maximum
and minimum.
F
The radio presence detector consists of:
sensor window with LED
ornamental ring
base plate
push button
Installation
The presence detector is fitted under the
room ceiling and monitors the working
surface below (fig. B). Since the actual
brightness measured by the presence detector depends on the reflection properties of
the working surface, the characteristics of
the surface should not change too often.
Avoid direct sunlight into the sensor window.
The sensors might be irreparably damaged
by the high amounts of heat energy received.
If needed, the detection field can be confined
by means of the shield supplied with the
device.
B
Teaching in of a detector
into a radio controlled receiver
For the purpose of constant light control, the
radio controlled presence detector must be
taught into only one radio controlled receiver.
The programming information is stored in the
radio controlled receiver only.
During teaching in of a radio controlled
presence detector, the sensitivity of the radio
controlled receivers is reduced to approx.
5 m. The distance between the receiver and
the presence detector should therefore be
not less than 0.5 m and not more than 5 m.
Procedure
1. Remove the battery for approx. 3 minutes
from the presence detector (capacitor
discharge time).
2. Switch the receiver into the teaching in
mode.
3. Put the battery back in place. The presence detector now starts transmitting special
programming information telegrams for
approx. 30 seconds. The receiver confirms
the programming cycle.
4. Switch the receiver back to the operating
mode.
Deleting a detector
in the radio controlled receiver
An already programmed presence detector
can be deleted by starting a new teaching in
cycle in the receiver.
Detector window shield
The snap-on shield supplied with the detector can be used to blank out undesired zones
or sources of interference by confining the
field of detection.
The shield is snapped onto the sensor window. Cut out the shield only along the marked lines (fig. E).
Cutting out the shield changes the diameter
of the detection field on the floor.
E
Settings
The presence detector is equipped with
potentiometers to control the following parameters (fig. F):
Reference brightness "lux"
The potentiometer permits the adjustment
of reference brightness values in fine steps
between approx. 3 lux (moon symbol) to
approx. 2000 lux (sun symbol).
The setting is taken over by the radio actuator only after activation of the "light control
test mode".
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To change the brightness, switch-off time
delay or sensitivity settings, withdraw the
ornamental ring from the presence detector.
The 3 control potentiometers are then
accessible.
Operation modes
1. Light control test mode
The reference brightness can only be adjusted on the presence detector when the device is in the light control test mode. In this
mode, there is no movement detection, but a
fast adjustment of the actual reference
brightness values (light control).
The reference brightness preset on the
detector is stored in the taught in actuator
and compared to the actual brightness value
transmitted by the presence detector.
2. Movement test mode
In the movement test mode, the detection
field of the presence detector can be tested
indepently of the brightness.
When the detector detects a movement in
the movement test mode, the taught in receiver will be activated for a fixed switch-off
time delay of 10 seconds.
3. Constant light control with a dimming
actuator
A dimming actuator from release 2 (R2)
onwards can be used to implement a constant light control function. For this purpose,
the dimming value in the actuator is adjusted
in such a way that the brightness measured
at the presence detector corresponds to the
reference value preset in the detector.
Automatic light control operation
After a presence detector has been taught
into a radio controlled dimmming actuator,
the actuator operates permanently in the
automatic mode.
If the actual brightness value measured at
the presence detector is below the reference
brightness, the dimming actuator is started
with full brightness (100%) when presence is
detected.
Radio-controlled Presence Detector
Ref.no. FPM 360 WW
Thereafter, the degree of dimming is adjusted
between 100 % and 0 % in such a way that
the actual brightness measured at the
presence detector corresponds to the reference value preset in the presence detector
(constant light control).
If the actuatator is regulated down to 0 %
and if the switch-off time delay is permanently retriggered by presence in the shut-off
phase, the actuator restarts with the lowest
dimming level when it is switched on again.
If – in the light control mode – no presence
is detected any more during the preset
switch-off delay time, the dimming actuator
shuts off, but remains in the automatic mode.
Depress channel key 8 (/\ or \/) of channel
group C longer (> 1 s) (fig. G).
To go back to the reference brightness
adjusted on the presence detector, activate
the light control test mode in the presence
detector.
G
6. Presence detector system
(Master/Slave)
If larger areas are to be monitored, it is
possible to use several presence detectors
together in the same system.
H
Manual activation
of the constant light control
To activate the constant light control manually when the load is switched off (without presence detection), depress briefly a key on
any of the radio controlled transmitters
taught into the radio-controlled actuator.
If used with a radio controlled cover for
switching and dimming the constant light
control can also be activated locally. When
the presence detector has been taught into
the device, the constant light control can be
terminated by depressing briefly either the
upper or the lower rocker of the cover.
Important:
If no presence is detected for a period of at
least 2 minutes after manual activation, the
dimming actuator is switched off.
Temporary change of the reference
brightness setting
The reference brightness is adjusted in the
light control test mode on the presence
detector. This permanent reference brightness can be changed temporarily.
With a prolonged depression of a key (> 1 s)
on a radio transmitter taught into the dimming actuator or by prolonged local actuation
of a radio controlled cover for switching and
dimming, the brightness of the connected
lamps can be changed.
This new illumination level is temporarily
stored in the actuator as reference brightness
until the next shut-off.
Permanent change of the reference
brightness setting
When a hand-held transmitter of the
Standard/Comfort type has been taught
into the dimming actuator, the temporary
reference brightness value can be stored as
permanent reference brightness in the
dimming actuator:
Switching on / switching off for 2 hours
After a presence detector and a hand-held
transmitter of the Standard/Comfort type
have been taught into a dimming actuator
for constant light control, the additional functions "Switching on for 2 hours" and
"Switching off for 2 hours" can be selected.
4. Light control with a switching actuator
A radio controlled switching actuator from
release 2 (R2) onwards offers the possibility
of implementing a two-point light control
with ON and OFF as the only two switching
states available.
For the further adjustments see chapter constant light control with a dimming actuator.
5. Light scene operation
During the switch-off delay time, the radio
controlled actuator involved in a constant
light control can be integrated together with
other radio controlled actuators into light
moods.
The light scenes can be recalled, stored and
changed with a hand-held transmitter of the
Comfort type, a wall-mounted transmitter or
a multi-function transmitter. Please refer to
the corresponding transmitter operating
instructions
The recalled light scene is statical, i.e. there
is no constant light control.
If the presence detector detects movement,
the switch-off time delay will be retriggered.
If no movement is detected anymore, the
actuator involved in a constant light control
switches off after the adjusted switch-off
time delay and returns to automatic operation.
Technical data
Nominal voltage
Batteries
6 V DC
4x1.5 V Micro
LR03 (AAA)
Alkaline
Note: Never use carbon-zinc batteries (R 03).
Transmission frequency 433.42 MHz
Modulation
ASK
Transmitting range
max. 100 m
(free field)
Coding
> 1 billion
Angle of detection
360°
Nominal range
– at desk height
ca. ∆ 5 m
– at floor level
ca. ∆ 8 m
Fitting height
for nominal range
2.5 m
Switch-off delay
ca. 2 min – 1 h
Brightness
ca. 3 – 2000 lux
Temperature range
0°C ... 45°C
Degree of protection
IP 20
Dimensions
diameter
103 mm
height
42 mm
Reference brightness value
In a presence detector system one presence
detector must be specified as the master
unit. The desired reference brightness is
adjusted on this master unit and is then valid
for the whole system.
In all other presence detectors (slaves), the
reference brightness must be set to minimum (moon symbol, fig. H).
Switch-off delay times
The switch-off delay times can be adjusted
separately on all presence detectors used.
If an actuator is switched by a presence
detector, the switch-off time delay of this
device starts running.
Teaching in of the presence detectors
When teaching in the presence detectors into
the radio controlled receiver make sure the
presence detector specified as master unit
must be taught in first. The brightness reference control must therefore not be set to
minimum (moon symbol) since the detector
would otherwise be identified as slave, which
means that it cannot be programmed in first
place into an actuator.
The slave detectors can only be programmed
thereafter. In the slaves, the brightness reference must be set to minimum (moon symbol).
If a master has already been taught in, any
further teaching in of a master overwrites the
previous one, i.e. only one unit can be stored
as master detector.
Important
When a multi-function transmitter is used it
is necessary after recalling of a light scene
to wait until the switch-off time delay has
passed before it is possible to return to the
constant light control mode. Switching off the
light scene with a multi-function transmitter
earlier is not possible.
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Index
Ref.no.
100 FR
100 FRSG
1201 URE
1201-1 URE
1202 URE
1225 SDE
1244 NVSE
1240 STE
1254 UDE
1254 TSE
2071 NABS
2071 TSM
2072 NABS
2072 TSM
2073 TSM
2074 NABS
2074 TSM
220 ME
224 ME
230 ME
232 ME
2700 AP
40 FW
42 FH
48 FH
48 KFH
A 1561.07 F ...
A 2071 NABS ...
A 2072 NABS ...
A 2074 NABS ...
A 41 F ...
A 42 F ...
A 44 F ...
A 5232 F ...
A 5232 FS ...
A FAS 180 ...
A HLK-FT ...
AL 1561.07 F ...
AL 2071 NABS ...
AL 2072 NABS ...
AL 2074 NABS ...
AL 2094 F
AL 41 F ...
AL 42 F ...
AL 44 F ...
AL 5232 F ...
AL 5232 FS ...
AL FAS 180
AL HLK-FT
AS 1561.07 F ...
AS 5232 F ...
AS 5232 FS ...
CD 1561.07 F ...
CD 2071 NABS BL ... WW
CD 2072 NABS BL ... WW
CD 2074 NABS BL ... WW
CD 2094 F ...
CD 41 F ...
CD 42 F ...
CD 44 F ...
CD 5232 F ...
CD 5232 FS ...
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18
26
26
27
26
27
27
26
27
14
15
14
15
15
14
15
30
30
30
30
39
14
12
12
12
24
14
14
14
17
17
17
28
28
36
42
25
14
14
14
40
17
17
17
29
29
36
42
24
28
28
24
14
14
14
40
16
16
16
28
28
Ref.no.
CD FAS 180 ...
CD HLK-FT ...
ES 1561.07 F
ES 2071 NABS
ES 2072 NABS
ES 2074 NABS
ES 2094 F
ES 41 F
ES 42 F
ES 44 F
ES 5232 F
ES 5232 FS
ES FAS 180
ES HLK-FT
FA 10 EB
FA 10 REG
FA 10 UP
FA 10 UPT
FA 14 REG
FA 26 UP
FA 26 UPT
FAJ 6 REG
FAJ 6 UP
F-ANT
FD ... 901 TSA ...
FD ... 901 TSANA
FD ... 901 TSAP ...
FD ... 902 TSA ...
FD ... 902 TSANA
FD ... 902 TSAP ...
FD ... 904 TSA ...
FD ... 904 TSANA
FD ... 904 TSAP ...
F-HLKE
FK 100 REG
FMC 1000
FMC 1000 GB
FMC 1000 NL
FMS 4 UP
FPM 360 WW
FSM 1
FST 1240 EB
FST 1240 REG
FUD 1253 EB
FUD 1254 REG
FUS 22 UP
FUSD 1253 SW
FW 180 WW
FWL 2200 WW
FZD 1254 WW
FZS 10 WW
GCR 1561.07 F
GCR 41 F
GCR 42 F
GCR 44 F
GCR 5232 F
HLK-FMS
LS 1561.07 F ...
LS 2071 NABS ...
LS 2072 NABS ...
LS 2074 NABS ...
LS 2094 F ...
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42
25
14
14
14
40
17
17
17
29
29
36
42
22
31
19
19
33
20
20
33
20
33
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
43
31
34
34
34
13
39
44
22
32
23
32
13
23
38
38
21
21
25
17
17
17
29
43
24
14
14
14
40
Ref.no.
LS 41 F ...
LS 42 F ...
LS 44 F
LS 5232 F ...
LS 5232 FS ...
LS FAS 180 ...
LS HLK-FT ...
SL 1561.07 F ...
SL 5232 F ...
SL 5232 FS ...
WH 48
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Radio Management demo set
The two demo displays are equipped
with original devices of the JUNG
Radio Management. The transmission
of radio signals can be simulated
under realistic conditions. Radio
applications are shown precise and
demonstrative.
The Radio Management demo set
can be obtained under Ref. No.
FUNKDISPLAY-NL at A 350,- net.
P-GB-FM05
4 011377 010048
A. JUNG GMBH & CO. KG
P.O. Box 1320
D-58569 Schalksmühle
Volmestraße 1
D-58579 Schalksmühle
Germany
Tel: +49 2355 806-553
Fax: +49 2355 806-254
E-mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.jung.de
For sales contacts in your country see:
www.jung-salescontact.com
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