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Mood control


The mood control is used by the resident to select one of the pre-programmed mood settings. A mood setting is a combination of output settings with regard to lighting, roll-down shutters, sun blinds, etc.



Mood settings are stored during the programming stage of the installation. The software includes 20 pictograms of which a maximum of eight pictograms can be selected. One or more actions are then linked to each one of those eight pictograms to help create the ideal mood for each occasion.

To activate a mood setting:

1    Touch one of the buttons to light up the display. When not in use, the display is dimmed to reduce energy consumption.

2    Press the navigation keys until the pictogram appears for the mood setting of your choice.

3    Press button "C".

The pictogram will change to an amber colour and will remain that way for as long as the mood setting is activated.

Mood settings can also be activated by sensors integrated in the Niko Home Control installation. You can select this option while programming the installation.


See Installation in Push buttons with display.

Technical data

  • back-lit colour display
  • resting potential: 26 Vdc (SELV, safety extra-low voltage)
  • ambient temperature: 5 – 40 °C
  • dimensions of the display: 45 x 45 x 32 mm (HxWxD)
  • flush-mounting depth: 20 mm

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