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  • You can find several basic diagrams in the "Flush-mounting material" chapter of the catalogue.

  • Cause: If the push buttons and the staircase timer are connected with a 2-wire connection, the total working current of the LEDs may be sufficiently high to have its coil be constantly activated. Solution: Adjust the wiring to a 3-wire connection. OR Replace the LEDs with neon lamps (only in push buttons with an E10 lamp base).

  • Yes, The push buttons on the printed circuit board of these products switch a maximum of 24V DC or 24V~. A lower voltage is switched without any problems.

  • No, A two-wire actuator only switches 230V (40 to 400W) incandescent and halogen lamps with an ohmic load. For energy-saving and LED lamps, use an actor with relay contact.

  • This combination is possible.

  • Use a remote switch (teleruptor) with auxiliary contact. The main contact switches the main circuit, the auxiliary contact switches the LED.

  • Specific products are needed, as this type of load type has a high starting current, which the product must be able to handle for a long period of time. Legal provisions also prohibit the use of just any light dimmer.