THE IDEAL FUNCTION FOR EACH APPLICATION
The six intuitive push-buttons offer comfortable control of several devices or system functions in your smart home at the touch of a button. The device can be used to switch light sources on or off, activate or deactivate the eco mode or to move shutters up or down.
Thanks to the exchangeable labelling field for the individual buttons, the wall-mount remote control can be easily adapted to individual requirements and applications. You can use standard labelling fields with texts and symbols or free templates (various labelling templates are available at www.homematic-ip.com).
MODULAR DESIGN FOR HIGH FLEXIBILITY
Thanks to its modular design, the wall-mount remote control offers individual use:
- Adhesive or screw mounting in the supplied clipon frame with enclosed mounting material
- Integration into existing switches with 55 mm frames of the the most common manufacturers
- Installation on a free flush-mounted box with corresponding mounting plate
- Integration into Homematic IP Desk Stand (HmIPDS55) for increased battery lifetime
- As an alternative to battery operation, the wallmount remote control can also be supplied with 230 V via the Homematic IP Power Supply Unit for brand switches (HmIP-BPS).
QUICK AND EASY INSTALLATION
Easy installation without any wiring effort thanks to battery operation and radio communication. The device can be placed where it is needed. It is ideal for mounting on walls, glass or furniture, for example – without the need to lay any power cables. Only the supplied adhesive strips or screws are required for installation. Thanks to residue-free removal of the adhesive strips, the wall-mount remote control is even suitable for rented property.
The Homematic IP Wall-mount Remote Control – 6 buttons is part of the Homematic IP smart home system. The remote control for universal use offers three pairs of buttons. It can be used for easy and comfortable control of wirelessly connected Homematic IP devices. According to your needs, the push-buttons can be used for example to switch the heating into eco mode or for switching the lights. Furthermore, several scenario functions can be executed at the same time with only one button-press. For example, after pressing a push-button the floor lamp and the power supply of the home cinema system are switched on while the ceiling light is dimmed. A replaceable labelling field provides the necessary overview about which push-button has been allocated to which function or device. Even though the device offers various integrated push-buttons, the wall-mount remote control is not larger than a standard light switch and can therefore be easily integrated into existing systems. However, a large number of switches with 55 mm frames of the leading manufacturers like Berker, GIRA, Merten, JUNG, Busch Jäger and ELSO is supported. The device can be positioned at almost any place within the wireless range, either using double-sided adhesive tape or conventionally using screws. The required mounting material is certainly supplied with the device.