FIBARO - WALL PLUG FGWPE-102 ZW5, SCHUCO
Fibaro Wall Plug, the smallest Z-Wave+ plug module in the world!
The Fibaro Wall Plug is an intelligent and extremely compact plug module, which allows you to control lighting or any other device via Z-Wave commands. It is designed to work with any type of load with a maximum power of 2500W.
The Fibaro Wall Plug has the power consumption measurement function. Thus, the instantaneous consumption and total consumption values are sent to the Z-Wave controller. A visual indicator also allows you to see an overview of consumption at a glance: a green ring indicates low consumption while a red ring indicates very high consumption.
This module also offers a unique function: the possibility of testing the Z-Wave network coverage. All you have to do is press the module button for a few seconds, the light purple LED informs you that the network is in test mode and allows you to see the current coverage by the color displayed.
Although it has a German plug (Schuko), this module can be used in France.
Control a lamp or a device remotely Plug module integrating directly between an electrical outlet and the load to be controlled The most compact socket on the market, which avoids the blocking of adjacent sockets Z-Wave Plus compatible ON / OFF function to control lamps or devices (no dimming) Measurement of the electrical consumption of the connected load Alert in case of overload (>2500W) Alert in case of temperature > 55°C Local load control via integrated button Indicates consumption in real time thanks to its luminous ring Unique function: Z-Wave network coverage test Child protection and night light function Wireless update with the Fibaro Home Center 2 box Ease of use and installation
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS :
|Module Type||Z-Wave Receiver|
|Power supply||110 - 230 V AC ±10% 50/60Hz|
|Max power||2.5 kW|
|Transmission distance||50m free field, 40m indoors|
|Dimension||43 x 65 mm (diameter x height)|
|Standards||EN 55015, EN 60669-2-1, RoHS 2011/65/EU, LVD 2006/95/EC, EMC 2004/108/EC, R&TTE 1999/5/EC|