RS485 bus actuator 2-channel impulse switch with integrated relay function with active power measurement
2-channel impulse switch with integrated relay function and active power measurement. 1+1 NO contacts potential free 16A/250V AC, 230V LED lamps up to 600W, incandescent lamps 2000 watts. Bidirectional. Only 0.9 watt standby loss. Modular device for DIN-EN 60715 TH35 rail mounting. 2 modules = 36mm wide, 58mm deep. Connection to the Eltako-RS485 bus. Bus cross wiring and power supply with jumper. The instantaneous power is measured separately for each channel and transferred to the bus – e.g. for transfer to an external computer or a Professional Smart Home controller – and also sent to the wireless network via the FAM14. The maximum current as a sum over both contacts is 16A, so a fuse with a maximum of 16A is required at L. Zero passage switching to protect contacts and lamps. If supply voltage fails, the switching state is retained. When power is restored, the device is switched off in defined mode. The channels can be taught-in as ES and/or ER channel separately from each other. Scene control: Several channels of one or several FSR14M-2x devices can be switched on or off in a scene by one of the four signals of a pushbutton with double rocker taught-in as a scene pushbutton. Central commands can be sent using a wireless pushbutton and/or with a Professional Smart Home controller. Use the rotary switches to teach-in the pushbuttons and test the 2 channels as required. For normal mode, the middle and lower rotary switches are then set to AUTO. With the upper rotary switch the EW time (0-120 seconds) is directly set for relays or the RV time (0-120 minutes) for impulse switches for all channels if necessary. If wireless motion/brightness sensors FBH (Master) and/or FBH (slave) are taught-in, the switching threshold will be set with the upper rotary switch, separated for each channel, at which the lighting will be switched on or off. Settings of the upper rotary switch in accordance with operating instructions. When wireless brightness sensors are taught-in, define the switching threshold separately for each channel using the top rotary switch. The switching threshold switches the lighting on or off depending on the brightness (from approx. 0lux in position 0 to approx. 50 lux in position 120). A hysteresis of approx. 300 lux is permanently set for switch on/off. An additionally set RV time is not taken into account. Only one FBH (Master) or FAH can be taught-in per channel. However a FBH (Master) or FAH can be taught-in into several channels. When wireless window/door contacts FTK or window handle sensors FFG7B are taught-in, different functions can be set with the middle rotary switch in position AUTO 1 to AUTO 4 and linked to maximum 116 FTKs: AUTO 1 = window closed then output active. AUTO 2 = window open then output active. In settings AUTO 3 and AUTO 4 the FTKs taught-in to a single channel are linked automatically. With AUTO 3 all FTKs must be closed so that the N/O contact closes (e.g. for climate control). With AUTO 4 one open FTK is sufficient to close the N/O contact (e.g. for an alarm signal or to switch on the power supply for an extractor hood). One or several FTKs can be taught-in in several channels to allow several simultaneous functions in each FTK. After a power failure the link is restored by a new signal to the FTK and a signal on the next status message 15 minutes later. An additionally set RV time is not taken into account. Function with wireless smoke alarm detectors FRW or water sensors according to the operating instructions. The LED below the upper function rotary switch performs during the teach-in process according to the operating instructions. It shows control commands by short flickering during operation.
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