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FIBARO Z-Wave Single Switch 2

Fibaro

  • $11900


Product Details

The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 is a wireless Z-Wave module which can control appliances or lighting up to a maximum load of 2.0kW

  • Control the ON-OFF function of a circuit remotely or using a wall switch
  • Compatible with all Z-Wave networks
  • Acts as a repeater expanding your Z-Wave network
  • Wide range of compatibility with existing light fittings and does NOT require expensive cabling
  • control loads up to 2kW (8A)

The main differences in the FGS-213 are:

  • Z-Wave Plus certification
  • Has power monitoring
  • 230V powered only (this is the same as the FGS-212)
  • No dry contacts - this is important. It means that the new FGS-213 cannot be used to control low voltage systems such as garden lights and irrigation, or where you want a pure volt-free switch such as alarm panels and garage door controls.  If you need device with dry contacts please see zConnect Z-Wave Garage Door Opener or FIBARO Z-Wave Single Switch or DHS Z-Wave Single Switch.

The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 also features a secondary switch input which allows it to directly control other associated Z-Wave devices. This means that by turning the switch ON/OFF you can also turn other associated devices ON/OFF even if they are not physically connected to the same Fibaro module. It also enables you to control the local load as part of 2-way and multi-way lighting circuits.

    RF Protocol Z‐Wave 
    RF Frequency 921.42Mhz ‐ AU/NZ  approved RF for Z‐wave
    Z‐Wave device type Z-Wave Switch, Routing Slave
    Power 110-230V ± 10% 50/60 Hz
    Operation Range Up to 20m indoors with no obstacles
    Application Indoor use only, up to 2.0kW resistive load, 8A
    Operation temperature 0 ~ 55 °C
    Storage temperature ‐10 ~ 80 °C
    Weight 50g
    Housing ABS
    Compliance EN 55015, EN 60669-2-1
    Regulatory Compliance Mark
    N5496
    Dimensions
    (LxWxH) 42mm x 37mm x 17mm

     

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