The connected dimmer contains a dimmer contact to control the lighting. It contains a transmitter and receiver that communicate wirelessly with the wireless smart hub for Niko Home Control.
You can use the connected dimmer to replace a conventional switch. It is equipped with an extension terminal so that, in combination with a conventional push button, it can easily replace multiway or intermediate switching.
The connected dimmer can switch its own contact.
With the addition of the wireless smart hub for Niko Home Control, it is possible to configure additional functionalities with the Niko Home Control programming software. For example, it becomes possible to add it to a mood or an all-off function.
It is possible to disconnect the control from its built-in contact. That way, you have complete flexibility to configure the switching contact and the controls separately via the programming software.
Switch off the mains.
In an installation without a wireless smart hub, the dimmer will control the wired lamp. More advanced options become available if you use a wireless smart hub and the Niko Home Control programming software.
Select dimmer profile
(De)activate memory mode
Set minimum dimming level
You can watch the tutorial here:
Dimensions in mm
|Power supply||230 Vac|
|Mounting method||Wall mounting|
|Mounting height||100 - 140 cm|
|Ambient temperature||0 - 40 °C|
|Dimensions (HxWxD) - 551-72201, 551-72221||71.5 x 73 x 40 mm|
|Dimensions (HxWxD) - 551-72211||73 x 73 x 40 mm|
|Modification of settings||Niko Home Control programming software (requires wireless smart hub 552-00001)|
|Maximum range (from switch to smart hub)||30 m|
|Operating frequency||869.05 MHz|
|Maximum frequency power||6 dBm|
|Wire capacity||2 x 2.5 mm2|