Active and passive wireless sensors for flat frames in E-Design

Modern in design, varied in use

Flat frames in E-Design

After the success of the Eltako German Safety sockets in the E-Design for flat frames, now there is also an extensive program of active and passive sensors in the elegant flat design in our product range.

As with the sockets, the sensors fit seamlessly into the existing program.

Unobtrusively, these perform the control of the smart home, without disturbing the harmony of the room.

Active wireless sensors

Wireless sensors which check their own ambient parameters and send wireless telegrams automatically are called active sensors. The ambient parameters include brightness, temperature or humidity.

The devices check and transmit either continuously or at defined time intervals to save battery power.

Wireless telegram receivers can be either actuators which trigger operations

irrespective of their settings or indicators for measured parameters.

Passive wireless sensors

Wireless sensors which only transmit wireless telegrams when triggered manually are called passive sensors. They are mainly wireless pushbuttons.

Wireless telegram receivers are normally actuators which trigger operations

irrespective of their settings.

A special case involves pushbutton actuators where a pushbutton is combined with an actuator and can teach in other wireless pushbuttons.

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