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47 Products found
  • Light socket
    Light socket

    The light socket is intelligence in your wall. It consists of a Plug & Light flush-mounted insert with power supply unit and control electronics. The Plug & Light cover and design frame can be selected via the Plug & Light partner. Your start in the Plug & Light world: Expand your range to include a light socket in your switch design.

  • Light Engine
    Light Engine
    The light engine is the universal light attachment in the Plug & Light system and offers numerous extension options to quickly move into the Plug & Light world as you please. The light engine can be purchased as a saleable product or you may use it as the basis for your light and/or your luminaire design.

  • PUK
    The PUK is one of the core components of the Plug & Light system to make your luminaire Plug & Light capable. As a part of your luminaire, the PUK consists of an electronic assembly (incl. sliding contacts), magnets, and a black housing on which you can print your logo or anything else. In order to sell a lamp as Plug & Light capable, connect your LEDs via the screwless terminals in the PUK and then install it in your luminaire housing.

  • Suspended luminaire
    Suspended luminaire
    The suspended luminaire is a Plug & Light light attachment that ensures normal lightening for various applications, even in rooms with high ceilings. You can purchase the suspended luminaire as a saleable product.

  • Spotlight
    The spotlight is a Plug & Light light attachment. The mechanical joint and rotatability offered by the PUK opens up numerous application possibilities. The spotlight can be purchased as a saleable product.

  • Wall light
    Wall light
    The wall light is a Plug & Light light attachment. Asymmetrical light distribution ensures a homogeneous surface illumination. Thanks to the special rotating feature of the PUK, the wall light can indirectly light the ceiling if turned upwards. The wall light can be purchased as a saleable product.

  • Unlocking magnet
    Unlocking magnet

  • KNX Multi actuator for surface heating and cooling KNX Multi actuator for surface heating and cooling
    Allows system integrators to commission underfloor heating without extensive knowledge of hydraulics or control technology.

  • KNX Analogue interface IO FM KNX Analogue interface IO FM
    The KNX analogue interface IO UP detects and processes analogue and binary input signals. The analogue channels can each be set as an input or output. External devices (e.g. valve drives, fan motors) can be controlled with a 0 - 10 V signal, measurement signals (e.g. room temperature, brightness) can be detected with 0 - 20 mA or 0 - 10 V, or conventional potential-free switching contacts may be connected and evaluated. A PT1000 temperature sensor, a 0 to 10 kΩ resistor, a 33 kΩ NTC temperature sensor or up to four 1-wire sensors can be evaluated via a sensor input. The device is ideal for use in heating/cooling applications and fan controls thanks to an integrated controller and arithmetic functions.

  • KNX heating actuator 6-gang with controller KNX heating actuator 6-gang with controller
    The heating actuator is used for the activation of electrothermal valve drives (ETA) for heating or cooling systems. It possesses 6 electronic outputs, each of which can silently activate up to 4 (AC 230 V) or 2 (AC 24 V) valve drives. Both deenergised closed and deenergised opened actuators can be connected. In addition, the actuator contains up to 6 room temperature controllers (RTC), which are integrated in the device software and which work independently of the process. The command value outputs of these controllers can be internally linked to the electronic valve outputs of the actuator, meaning that temperature control and valve activation can take place using just one bus device, if required. The use of external room temperature controllers (e.g. push-button sensors with RTC) is thus not absolutely essential, but is possible as the valve outputs can also be activated individually via the KNX. The integrated controllers can also transmit command value telegrams to the KNX and thus activate other heating actuators or fan coil actuators. The room temperature is made available to the integrated controllers via separate communication objects. All the controller functions (e.g. setpoint temperature specification, operating mode switchover, switchover of the operating mode) are controlled via KNX communication objects (object controller without its own operating elements), meaning that controller operation is possible via controller extensions or visualisations.

  • KNX Fan Coil Aktor KNX Fan Coil Aktor
    The fan coil actuator permits the electrical control of one or two fan coil units. Depending on the design of the device, fan coil units are used in 2-pipe systems (heating only, cooling only, or heating and cooling via a common piping system) or alternatively in 4-pipe systems (heating and cooling via separate pipes). The fan coil actuator supports both of these piping principles.

  • Temperature sensor (NTC) Temperature sensor (NTC)
    Hint to the use of the external temperature sensor TF-33K: To be used in connection with e.g. - Room Climate Module RCM FTT Art.-No. 131 1x 5xx - Digital input/output 6-fold Art.-No. 130 01 302 - Motor-driven valve actuator Art.-No. 130 11 500

  • KNX push-button interface 4-gang KNX push-button interface 4-gang
    The 4-gang push-button interface has 4 independent channels, which work as inputs or alternatively as outputs (only channel 1 or 2), depending on configuration. The push-button interface can thus read in up to 4´push-button/switching states via its inputs without potential in case of shared reference potential and then transmit telegrams to the KNX. These could be telegrams for switching or dimming, for Venetian blind control or value transmitter application (dimmer value transmitter, light scene extension, temperature or brightness value transmitter). 2 switching counters or 2 pulse counters are available. The 4-gang push-button interface is also suitable for connecting a leakage sensor LTS.01 or dew point sensor BTS.01. Alternatively, as independent outputs, channels 1 and 2 can control up to 2 LEDs. To increase the output current (see technical data), these channels can also be switched parallel to each other with the same parameterisation. The outputs are short-circuit resistant, overload-protected and reverse-polarity protected. The connection of 230 V signals or other external voltages to the inputs is not permitted!

  • Temperature sensor Temperature sensor
    The temperature sensor detects and evaluates the air temperature and is suitable for outdoor installation.

  • KNX Valve drive 1B KNX Valve drive 1B
    The KNX motor actuator with integrated room temperature controller is suitable for mounting on all common thermostat valve bases on e.g. heaters, radiators, convectors, heating circuit distributors for underfloor heating systems, etc.

  • KNX Metering gateway KNX.MESSGW.01 KNX Metering gateway KNX.MESSGW.01
    The KNX Metering gateway records meters with wM-Bus-, M-Bus-, D0- or S0-interface and passes on these data to the KNX. Here the gateway adopts the role of the M-Bus Master, i.e. it cyclically queries the connected meters at the interfaces and provides these measuring values to the KNX. Depending on the measuring value different data formats can be set, so e.g. a consumption value or a capacity can be sent to the KNX in common datapoint formats.

  • KNX Weather station compact KNX Weather station compact
    Energy efficiency and increased comfort in the Smart Home – to meet this demand, the KNX Weather station compact provides important measuring values and information.

  • Leakage sensor LTS.01 Leakage sensor LTS.01
    To protect against water damage. The leakage sensor is installed in private households directly under bathtubs, shower trays, dishwashers, washing machines or boilers. It detects leaks there, sends a signal and can minimise damage by blocking the water supply.

  • Twilight sensor Twilight sensor
    The twilight sensor detects and evaluates brightness in the range of 0...255 lx.

  • Rain sensor Rain sensor
    The rain sensor detects and evaluates precipitation. The conductivity of the rainwater is evaluated using a meander-shaped sensor. A microprocessor controls the heating and makes an output signal of 0 V or 10 V available. Using the integrated heating (accessories required: e2i power supply 24 VAC, art. no. 110 01 924), the end of the precipitation can be detected almost immediately.

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