SMART LIGHT CONTROL
Switching of the connected lights provides for the ideal lighting atmosphere in the smart home. The integrated metering function allows for reliable detection of consumers that are switched on. This means that the switch actuator and meter can be used in an intermediate circuit, two-way circuit or off circuit.
- Directly with existing switch series
- Wirelessly using Homematic IP Push-buttons,
- Remote Controls or Motion Detectors
- Via the Homematic IP smartphone app
- Via adjustable time profiles for automatic switching of lights at any time
- Using voice control (e.g. via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant)
INVISIBLE INSTALLATION INTO EXISTING DESIGNS
Can also be integrated into existing switches by making use of existing frames and rockers. With the appropriate adapter, the device can be integrated into the most popular switch designs of leading manufacturers (an overview of compatible manufacturers is available at www.homematic-ip.com).
Compact design for installation into standard flushmounted boxes. The screwless connecting terminals enable easy and secure wiring.
The Homematic IP Switch Actuator and Meter for brand switches is part of the Homematic IP smart home system. With the actuator, ohmic loads with a maximum power of 1150 W can be switched traditionally via wall-mount remote control or easily using the free Homematic IP app. Furthermore, the corresponding power consumption can be detected.
Thanks to its compact design, the switch actuator and meter comfortably fits into standard flush-mounted boxes. The existing switches can be replaced in only a few single steps if, next to the phase conductor, also a neutral conductor is available in the flush-mounted box. The integrated metering function reliably detects switched-on devices - therefore, the switch actuator and meter can be used in existing cross and two-way circuits. Thanks to various adapters available, the dimming actuator can be integrated into the most common brand switch systems of Busch-Jaeger, Gira, Merten, Berker, Jung, Düwi and Kopp. The standby power consumption is approximately only 0.2 W.