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Push-button interface

The push-button interface converts the switching pulse of external push buttons (such as Niko Hydro) into a Niko Home Control bus command. The interface will be installed behind the push button. The bus can be interconnected to the next control element of the Niko Home Control installation. The push-button interface can be used outdoors, on the condition that the splashproof Niko Hydro housing is provided.

Product details

This product consists of several components. Below you will find an overview of all the component parts.
Technical datasheets
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Push-button interface

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The push-button interface converts a switching pulse from an external push button into a Niko Home Control bus command. The interface has four inputs for the connection of a maximum of four potential-free NO or NPN inputs. The output is connected to Niko Home Control and can also be interconnected to the next control element.

Specification description

Push-button interface

The push-button interface is used for connecting potential-free push buttons and NPN transistor outputs to the Niko Home Control installation. The interface converts the switching impulse of the push buttons into a Niko Home Control bus command.

The push-button interface sends a command when the push button is activated. The interface comes with bus voltage detection, which verifies that all communications with the Niko Home Control installation are functioning properly. Potential-free push buttons connected via this push-button interface cannot be programmed manually.

The cable length between the push-button interface and the push button or transistor output should not exceed 2 m. The push-button interface can be used in an outdoor environment provided that the unit is fitted with splash-proof housing (e.g. New Hydro).

Technical data:

  • resting potential: 26 Vdc (SELV, safety extra-low voltage)
  • dimensions: 40 x 27 x 5 mm (HxWxD)
  • CE marking
  • ambient temperature: -25 - 55°C
  • Weight: 13 g
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 41.5 x 27.9 mm
  • Marking: CE

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