This Zigbee® dimmer allows you to operate and dim lighting circuits.
You can perfectly install this dimmer in new construction projects and use it to replace a conventional dimmer in renovation projects without cutting, grinding or adding electrical wires. 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, Zigbee® operates in 2 modes: stand-alone and connected mode.
In stand-alone mode, it is not connected to a smart hub (552-00001) and works autonomously with a toggle function. No configuration is needed.
In connected mode, it is connected to a smart hub (552-00001) via an integrated wireless transmitter and receiver. You can enable the following functions with the Niko Home Control programming software or the Niko Home app:
- Add the connected dimmer to a scene or all-off function
- Control additional lighting circuits (apart from the one wired to the connected Zigbee® dimmer)
- Link it to a warning (all-on) function, routines, calendar or scheduling functions
- Enable, disable or invert the feedback LED
- Control the connected dimmer via the Niko Home Control touchscreen (550-20102), Digital black® (550-1800x, 551-1800x) or remotely via a smart device with the Niko Home app
When connected to your Niko Home Control installation, the connected dimmer, Zigbee® will automatically be upgraded to the latest firmware version.
There is 1 mechanical variant that fits Swiss wall-mounting boxes. The Niko Zigbee® Swiss line series is compatible with the finishings from the Feller EDIZIOdue colore series.
More details can be found under Installation.
Connected dimmer, Zigbee®, Swiss line
A complete connected dimmer, Zigbee®, Swiss line consists of the following parts:
- 1 base
Choose one from the table below:
Connected dimmer, Zigbee®, with Swiss line metal base, adapter frame and white central plate with lens, screw fixing
- 1 faceplate
The Niko Zigbee® Swiss line series is compatible with the faceplates from the Feller EDIZIOdue colore series (to be ordered separately).
This optional LED compensator solves lamp flicker, ghosting and popcorning effects. It can also be used as an electric load when connecting the Zigbee® dimmer to your Niko Home Control installation if there are no lamps available on the construction site
Single push-button extension
If you wish, you can attach one or more single push buttons to the extension terminals of the connected dimmer, Zigbee®.
Select Niko push buttons from the 170-X00XX range with central plate (XXX-61105 or XXX-60X05) and faceplate (Pure, Intense, Original).
Alternatively, if you would like the same design as the Swiss line Zigbee® devices, you can purchase normally open (N.O.) push buttons from Feller with the EDIZIOdue colore design.
Front view, dimensions
Side view, dimensions
Below table gives an overview of the permitted loads at an ambient temperature of 35°C.
|200 W / 200 VA (depending on the type of load as well as the ambient temperature – see power consumption graph)|
|Power supply||230 Vac ± 10%, 50 Hz|
|Stand-by power||0.35 W|
|Circuit Breaker||Maximum MCB rating 16 A*|
|1 x 2.5 mm2|
|Zigbee® 3.0, 2.4 GHz|
|Mounting method||Flush-mounting box|
|Flush-mounting box specifications (also see the below image)|
|Min. 40 mm (cabling space included)|
B. Screw fixing
78 mm diagonal (for single application)
|C. Inner diameter box||Min. 60 mm|
D. Multifold boxes centre distance horizontal
|E. Multifold boxes centre distance vertical|
|110 - 120 cm|
|Modification of settings|
|Buttons on front panel, behind the central plate|
Niko Home Control programming software
Niko Home app
Max cable length extension switches
Maximum range (between dimmer
and smart hub)
|10 m (Longer ranges possible with the mesh networking capability of 230 V connected Zigbee® devices)|
|Maximum per installation||Max. 50 connected Zigbee® devices|
|Operating frequency||2.4 GHz|
|Maximum RF power||10 dBm|
|Ambient temperature||0 – 35 °C|
77 x 77 x 30.9 mm
|Weight||92 g ±1g|
|* This product must be secured with a miniature circuit breaker (MCB) of max. 16 A in the electrical cabinet. The MCB rating is limited by national installation rules.|