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Simple wall-mounted printed circuit board with bridge

The wall-mounted printed circuit board enables you to connect a control to the installation. You mount the wall-mounted printed circuit board onto an existing flush-mounting box or on very uneven walls. Several wall-mounted printed circuit boards with bridge can be clicked together. The wall-mounted printed circuit board with bridge can be combined with all Niko flush-mounting mechanisms.

Product details

This product consists of several components. Below you will find an overview of all the component parts.

Simple wall-mounted printed circuit board with base for Niko Home Control

Reference code
550-14115

The wall-mounted printed circuit board is mounted on an existing flush-mounting box or on an uneven wall and forms the connection between the controller and the installation. All of the flush-mounting mechanisms from Niko can be clicked together and combined with one or more wall-mounted circuit boards with base.

Specification description

Simple wall-mounted printed circuit board with base for Niko Home Control. A wall-mounted printed circuit board includes all the electrical and mechanical components required to connect one or several push buttons to the Niko Home Control installation. Niko offers horizontal, vertical, single or multiple printed circuit boards. Choose the type of printed circuit board depending on the number of action buttons required and on a horizontal or vertical assembly. The printed circuit board can be easily replaced by a larger one at a later stage if the need arises to expand the installation. The double plug-in connector is used for connecting the bus cable to the wall-mounted printed circuit board and for establishing a connection to the next control element. It has two contacts with two openings each. To connect single wall-mounted printed circuit boards, you connect the bus using two wires from the bus cable. Connect each wire separately to one of the contacts. Each contact is marked by the letter B. Use the other opening of the contact to establish a connection to the next control element if required. 1 mm A double plug-in connector When mounting in a flush-mounting box with grip surfaces, use claws that can be rotated open using screws with a slotted screwhead (slot 0.8 x 5 mm). The claws, which have a depth of engagement of 31 mm, turn back completely when loosened.

  • Wire capacity: 2 x 0.5 to 1 mm² per connection terminal
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 71,2 x 73,2 mm

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Power supply

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