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Connected controller for Niko Home Control II

Connected controller The connected controller is the central module of every Niko Home Control installation. This module contains firmware that can only be programmed with the Niko Home Control programming software 2.1.1 or higher. It covers all basic functions on which a Niko Home Control installation is built. The basic functions include: • The intelligence directing the logic to the installation. Through the configuration software, the logic is saved locally on the controller. • The power supply module providing an input voltage of 26 V to the bus, the cabinet modules and the controls. Depending on the size of the installation, separate power supply modules can be added. • The connection to Niko Home Control IP devices such as touchscreens and external video units. A built-in router allows the user to connect up to 3 devices directly to the controller. With an extra switch, this number can be increased. • The connection to the internet. This enables the user to control the installation both indoors and outdoors (via mobile networks such as 3G, 4G, GPRS or WiFi hotspot) using mobile devices (smartphones and tablets with iOS or Android). The module has a TEST button to verify the proper functioning and status of all other modules. The SERVICE button allows you to perform waiting Niko upgrades. Each installation must consist of one connected controller. After registration on https://mynikohomecontrol.niko.eu, your installation is connected, enabling control through the app via your smartphone and tablet, and you can enjoy the Niko services for upgrade or diagnosis of the installation.

Touchswitch, connected customisable control screen for Niko Home Control, 24 V

Touchswitch is a completely customisable control screen for Niko Home Control with an extremely user-friendly interface featuring clear symbols. The screen is automatically activated when your hand comes near. That way, you can switch or dim your lights, set moods, set ventilation modes, adjust blinds and sun blinds to the desired position, in one operation. In short, all possible Niko Home Control control types are available. Do you have a connection to a smart heating installation from one of our partner brands, or a Niko Home Control thermostat (ref. 550-13050)? Then you can easily set the temperature with the touchswitch. With the corresponding configuration app not only can you choose which controls are displayed or where they are displayed on the screen, but also the way you navigate through your control screens. You can download this app for free in the app store or play store. The screen can be easily mounted in any standard flush-mounting box using the familiar claw or screw fixing, and is powered by a separate 24V DC supply. The screen communicates via your wireless home network with the rest of your Niko Home Control system. You need an active internet connection to activate and register the screen. This internet connection ensures that your screen and Niko Home Control installation are always up-to-date, and have the most recent functionalities.

Power supply

The power supply, in combination with the connected controller, provides an extra input voltage of 26 V to the bus, modules and controls. An extra power supply is only necessary in installations for which the power of the built-in power supply of the connected controller is insufficient. Up to 2 extra power supplies can be connected to installations with a connected controller. The MASTER button is not used, as the built-in power supply of the connected controller is always the master. For more information on the required number of power supplies, you can consult the installation manual.

Rail coupler

This module is always mounted first on the left at the start of a new row of DIN rail modules that doesn't contain a connected controller or power supply. Interconnect the power supply and bus through the contacts at the top and bottom.

Switching module (3x)

The three-fold switching module is suitable for switching a maximum of three different switching circuits, e.g. light points or socket outlets. The module allows you to interconnect one neutral conductor to maintain neat cabling in the cabinet. The module includes three indication LEDs and one status LED. Bistable relays ensure low energy consumption.

Switching module (6x)

The six-fold switching module is suitable for switching a maximum of six different switching circuits, e.g. light points or socket outlets. The module allows you to interconnect two neutral conductors to maintain neat cabling in the cabinet. The module includes six indication LEDs and one status LED. Bistable relays ensure low energy consumption.

Universal dim module (2 x 400 W)

The universal dim module is a DIN module with two channels for dimming light circuits. This module is suitable for incandescent lamps, 230 V halogen lamps, 12 V halogen lamps with a ferromagnetic or electronic transformer, dimmable LED lamps (max. 10) and dimmable economy lamps CFLi (max. 10). The minimum light intensity and the type of lighting you wish to dim can be manually adjusted. The modules can be placed alongside each other without additional derating.

Motor module

The motor module can operate up to three applications that are motor-controlled, such as roll-down shutters, sun blinds and venetian blinds. The module allows you to interconnect two neutral conductors to maintain neat cabling in the cabinet. The module includes six indication LEDs and one status LED. Bistable relays ensure low energy consumption. The run time can be adjusted via the programming software (5 s to 4 min, adjustable per second).

Electricity measuring module (1 channel)

This module allows the resident to measure the consumption or the production on one switching circuit or phase. The module is suitable for measuring the total consumption or total production in homes connected to a single-phase supply network. You attach the accompanying current clamp by clipping it around the conductor of the circuit or phase to be measured (measurement of current) and you use the connection terminals to establish a connection with the circuit or phase to be measured (measurement of voltage). By measuring both current and voltage, you obtain accurate measurements. The consumption and, if necessary, also the production will appear on the eco-display. Using the touchscreen or control app, residents can easily monitor their consumption or production and detect deviations. The module is provided with one indication LED and one status LED.

Electricity measuring module (3 channels)

This module allows the resident to measure the consumption or the production on several switching circuits or phases. The module is suitable for measuring the total consumption or total production in homes connected to a single-phase supply network, a three-phase supply network 3N 400 Vac or a three-phase supply network 3 x 230 Vac (if this network can be divided into three single-phase circuits). The resident can also measure part of the installation, e.g. the production of photovoltaic solar panels, the consumption of some circuits (such as the upper floor of a house) or a specific device (heavy electricity user). You attach the three accompanying current clamps by clipping it around the conductors of the circuits or phases to be measured (measurement of current) and you use the connection terminals to establish a connection with the circuits or phases to be measured (measurement of voltage). By measuring both current and voltage, you obtain accurate measurements. The consumption and, if necessary, also the production will appear on the eco-display. Using the touchscreen or control app, residents can easily monitor their consumption or production and detect deviations. The module is provided with one indication LED and one status LED.

Pulse counter

The pulse counter allows you to monitor gas, water and electricity consumption or electricity production. The module has three pulse inputs and can be connected to up to three meters. You connect the module to the pulse output of a gas, water or electricity meter. Only one gas meter and one water meter can be connected to each installation. The scale factor of the pulses (e.g. 1 pulse = 10 litres) and the meter type (gas, water or electricity) can be selected via the programming software. The consumption and, if necessary, also the production will appear on the eco-display. Using the touchscreen or control app, residents can easily monitor their consumption or production and detect deviations. The module is provided with one indication LED and one status LED. For a newly constructed dwelling, you can ask the building supervisor to request a gas or water meter with pulse output from the energy supplier.

Heating or cooling module

The heating or cooling module controls the heating or cooling in maximum four zones or rooms. Each zone or room should be equipped with a Niko Home Control thermostat. The module has four outputs to control zone valves (e.g. zone valves at 230 Vac or 24 Vdc) or circulation pumps in four zones or rooms, and one output to set the heating or cooling system to the day or night mode (depending on the heating or cooling request of one of the zones or rooms) Most boilers or cooling units are fitted with an input contact (e.g. a telephone or boiler contact) for this purpose. The module is provided with five indication LEDs and one status LED. Bistable relays ensure low energy consumption. You contact the HVAC installer to have the heating or cooling system fitted with zone valves (e.g. zone valves at 230 Vac or 24 Vdc on the heating collector or radiator) or tunable circulation pumps and to verify the contact of the heating or cooling unit to which the system should be connected.

Ventilation module

The ventilation module controls the central ventilation system via the Niko Home Control installation. The module is suitable for use with whole house ventilation systems (mechanical extract ventilation or mechanical supply and extract ventilation with heat recovery). You connect the ventilation system to this module, instead of connecting it to the three- or four-way switch supplied with the system. The programming software allows you to select when and for how long the ventilation should remain activated for each setting, i.e. low (eco), normal or high. The resident can considerably save energy while maintaining optimum air quality by incorporating the ventilation control in the eco-function (all off) or calendar-based functions, for instance. The module includes three indication LEDs and one status LED. Bistable relays ensure low energy consumption.

Analogue control module 0-10 V

Up to three high-power dimmers can be connected to the Niko Home Control installation using the analogue control module 0-10 V. Useful Niko reference codes: 05-711, 05-715, 65-410, 65-412, 65-416 and 330-00701.

Analogue control module 1-10 V

Up to three dimmers and/or switching devices can be connected to the Niko Home Control installation using the analogue control module 1-10 V: - dimmers with an analogue input of 1-10 V for dimming monochrome LEDs. - electronic control gear for fluorescent lights. - high-power dimmers with an analogue input of 1-10 V. Useful Niko reference codes: 05-715, 65-410, 65-412, 65-416, 340-00028, 340-00029 and 330-00701.

Digital potential-free sensor module

The digital potential-free sensor module allows you to connect maximum three sensors equipped with an NO contact or an NPN transistor output to the Niko Home Control installation. The connected sensors should be suitable for applications with safety extra-low voltage (SELV). Typical applications include twilight switches, smoke detectors, motion detectors, door communication systems or contacts used in locks, telephone interfaces and alarm installations.

Analogue sensor module

The analogue sensor module allows you to connect three external analogue sensors with an output of 0-10 V to the Niko Home Control installation. These sensors must be suitable for applications with a safety extra-low voltage (SELV), such as sensors for measuring sunlight, wind, rain, CO 2 , humidity, or temperature. In function of the values measured, applications such as sun blinds, roll-down shutters, and lights can be operated automatically.

RF interface Easywave

This RF interface Easywave allows you to use the Niko wireless controls that operate according to the Easywave protocol (except for remote control 05-312) in the Niko Home Control installation. This module can receive radio signals (Easywave), which allows for the use of these controls: - where this would not normally be possible, e.g. on glass or concrete surfaces. - for the renovation of heritage-listed buildings. - for expansions of existing installations where drilling or channelling work is not permitted. - in office areas with movable partition walls. - when complex cabling is to be avoided.

Nikobus interface

This module is only suited for use in a Niko Home Control I installation. The Nikobus interface allows you to expand the Nikobus installation by adding functions of the Niko Home Control installation. Note that programming via PC must be enabled within the Nikobus installation, i.e. at least PC Link, PC Logic or a feedback module is required.

Single push button

The single push button includes one action button. This action button allows the resident to control a light point or a light circuit, brighten or dim a dimmable light point or activate a mood setting. You mount the push button to the wall-mounted printed circuit board via a click mechanism.

Single push button with led

The single push button includes one action button. This action button allows the resident to control a light point or a light circuit, brighten or dim a dimmable light point or activate a mood setting. The action button is equipped with an amber indication LED to indicate the status of the action. You mount the push button to the wall-mounted printed circuit board via a click mechanism.

Single push button with LED, "leaving the house" symbol

The single push button has one action button with the "leave home" symbol. This action button allows the resident to switch off all the lights in his home, as well as certain appliances that may pose a safety risk (iron, hob, deep-fat fryer). You simply determine in the programming software which light points/appliances must be switched off. The action button is fitted with an amber-coloured indication LED to indicate the status of the action. The push button is attached to the wall-mounted printed circuit board via a click mechanism.

Double push button

The double push button includes two action buttons. Each of these action buttons allows the resident to control a light point or a light circuit, brighten or dim a dimmable light point or activate a mood setting. You mount the push button to the wall-mounted printed circuit board via a click mechanism.

Double push button with leds

The double push button includes two action buttons. Each of these action buttons allows the resident to control a light point or a light circuit, brighten or dim a dimmable light point or activate a mood setting. Each action button is equipped with an amber indication LED to indicate the status of the action. You mount the push button to the wall-mounted printed circuit board via a click mechanism.

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