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Qubino Flush 2 relays Micromodule...
Qubino Flush 2 relays Micromodule with 2 relays, used to turn on / off with this double switch, Z-Wave technology. Ideal to turn on or off two independent electrical loads. It also measures the energy consumption.
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The Qubino Flush 2 Relays is ideal as a switch or double electric relay for lights, fans, ovens, washing machines, irons, sockets, garage doors, electric radiators, water heaters, etc.
The Qubino Flush 2 Relays module is ideal for switching on or off two electrical appliances or 2 independent electrical loads. You can control it remotely through the Z-Wave network or through wall switches. It also measures the power consumption of two electrical devices and supports the connection of a digital temperature sensor.
The relay Z-Wave Qubino Flush 2 Relays is a micromodule that occupies less space than any other module with which it is compared to any other competitor and will fit easily into any conventional mechanism box.
This Z-Wave micromodule Qubino Flush 2 Relays It is a double relay used to turn on or off (On / Off - all / nothing) electrical devices such as lights, fans, ovens, washing machines, irons, power outlets, garage doors, electric radiators, water heaters, etc. .
Eye, the output contacts are NOT voltage free (, then they are not dry contact), therefore, loads with different powers can not be connected to the module.
This hidden relay micromodule, Qubino Flush 2 Relays has an input to connect a temperature probe , which suits it to control heating or air conditioning systems.
The Qubino Flush 2 Relays is ideal for remote control and change of electrical devices (eg lights or fans).
Double relay Z-Wave Flush Qubino 2 Relays, makes measuring power consumption of the connected electrical appliances and of itself, when in "standby" only consume 0.4 W.
The Qubino Flush 2 Relays , can operate through an extensive range of temperatures from cold -10ÚC to suffocating 40ÚC (14Ú 104ÚF). It supports the connection of a digital temperature sensor, which is also useful for creating complex scenarios. Each module also acts as a repeater in order to improve the range and stability of the Z-Wave network.
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The extremely small size and a specially designed housing mean that the connection of the module inside a recessed mounting box is simple. The installation process, tested and approved by professional electricians , consists of only three simple steps:
1 - Remove the switches from the box and disconnect the cables.
2 - Connect the cables to the Qubino module and insert them into the box.
3 - Fix the switches to the box.
Video demonstration of the easy installation of Qubino Flush 2 Relays
Qubino's Z-Wave modules are install-and-forget products. The Qubino products that we offer, are manufactured to last, so they only use electronic components that meet the most demanding quality levels. Our modules are also the most tested Z-Wave micromodules on the market. The Slovenian Institute of Quality and Measurement (SIQ), an independent European entity, checks the quality of the actual parameters of our products, including temperature increases, manufacturing, insulation resistance, electrical consumption and overloads according to the European standards of the highest quality according to the specification of the standard EN 60669-2-1.
The Qubino Flush 2 Relays micromodule It has 15 additional parameters for its use by experts. Some of the most useful are
The micromodule can be controlled both through a Z-Wave network and through a wall switch. This module has been designed to be mounted inside a mechanism box and hidden behind a conventional wall switch.
We highlight as an advantage with respect to other regulators, that the Qubino Flush 2 Relays micromodule is able to control the electrical consumption of the connected load (lighting, fan ...). It also has a connector to which you can connect a temperature probe (optional, not included) to provide greater versatility to this module, which apart from the lighting control, offers control of electricity consumption and temperature information of the stay in the one that has been installed.
Connection diagram of Qubino Flush 2 Relays retractable relays for a lighting circuit with "switched keys":
We emphasize that Qubino offers us strict quality, safety and durability standards in the manufacture of its hidden micromodules. It should be noted the selection of high quality components and high performance, such as the use of internal components of the Omron brand.
|Feeding:|| 110 230 VAC ± 10% |
50/60 Hz, (24 30 VDC)
|Maximum AC output load (resistive load) *||2 X 4 A / 230 VAC|
|Maximum DC output load (resistive load) *||2 X 4 A / 30 VDC|
|Output circuit power of AC output (resistive load):||2 X 920 W (230 VAC)|
|Output circuit power of DC output (resistive load):||2 X 96 W (24 VDC)|
|Accuracy of power measurement:|| P = 0-200 W, +/- 2 W |
P> 200 W, +/- 3%
|Digital temperature sensor range:||-50 ° ~ + 125 ° C, resolution 0.1 ° C|
|Cable length of the digital temperature sensor:||1000 mm|
|Operating Temperature:||-10 ° ~ + 40 ° C|
|Distance||up to 30 m indoors (depending on materials)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||41.8 x 36.8 x 15.4 mm|
|(packaging)||(115 x 96 x 22)|
|Weight (including packaging)||48 g (64 g)|
|Electric consumption on standby||0.4 W|
|For installation in mechanism boxes||Ø e 60 mm or 2 M|
|Switching by:||Relay (2x)|
* In the case of loads other than resistive loads, pay attention to the value of cosÆ and, if necessary, use a load lower than the nominal load. The maximum current for cosÆ = 0.4 is 2 A at 250 VAC, 3 A at 24 VDC.
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Problema en Fibaro Solucionado!
Al instalar el producto con mi Fibaro Home Center Lite todo funcionaba correctamente pero observé que si encendía o apagaba desde los interruptores conectados al Qubino Flush 2 Relay, el controlador Fibaro no se enteraba. Domoticalia me ayudó con el problema y me indicó que debía cambiar la asociación del Fibaro de SingleChannel a Multichannel en el Gupo 1 del Endpoint 0. Ahora funciona perfectamente!