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Installing the push button with LED(s) and comfort sensors

The push button features an easy click-on mechanism for wall-mounted bus wiring controls.
The following articles are required to install a single push button:

  • a flush-mounting box (A)
  • a simple wall-mounted printed circuit board (550-14110 or 550-141x6) or a multiple wall-mounted printed circuit board (550-14106 or 550-140xx) (B)
  • a push button (C)
  • faceplate (D)
  • If you install a multiple wall-mounted circuit board, you also need a connection unit (550-14090).
  • You can use a single flush-mounting box to install multiple push buttons (up to three horizontally or vertically) in one location.
  • The wall-mounted printed circuit boards are available with claw and screw fixing. 

Mount the push button by pressing the connection unit onto a Niko Home Control wall-mounted printed circuit board until it clicks into place.
It will automatically connect to the Niko Home Control bus through two contact springs.
Mind the orientation of the push button: the spring contacts should be located at the bottom.
In closing, mount the faceplate (D) on the printed circuit board via the SnapFit mechanism.

A. Single flush-mounting box (not a Niko product)

B. Single wall-mounted printed circuit board

C. Push-button

D. Faceplace

Installation diagram for single wall-mounted printed circuit board

Installation when using the temperature or humidity sensors

  • To enable heating/cooling zone control, make sure the room temperature can be measured precisely by eliminating as many factors as possible that may inhibit the thermostat’s ability to perform accurate temperature control.
  • When used as a thermostat, DO NOT mount the push button:
    • in direct sunlight
    • on an exterior wall
    • behind a curtain
    • within the immediate vicinity of a heat-generating source (heater, radiator, etc.) or electrical equipment that may radiate heat (TV, computer, etc.)
  • Select the push button that best suits the above conditions to control your heating/cooling zone.
  • The push button can be installed at 110 cm.
  • Do not allow air to circulate behind the push button. If needed, use an airtight wall-mounting box or fill in any gaps in the flush-mounting box or bus cable duct using PU foam.
  • Make sure to give the temperature sensor sufficient time to acclimatize, getting to the right operational temperature to measure accurately.

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