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Wireless controls

A wireless switch that can be installed anywhere in a flash and without any drilling or channelling. The dream of every installer … and every customer.

That's how you make any electrical installation effortlessly smarter!

The cloud service for the Niko connected switch and the Niko connected switch app will be discontinued at the end of June 2024. This means that devices can no longer be controlled wirelessly via the Niko connected switch app and features such as time schedules, push notifications and alerts will no longer work. Manual control, on the other hand, will still remain possible. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Niko customer services.

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Cabinet = in an electrical cabinet / DIN rail Flush mounting = in a suspended ceiling Flush-mounting box = in a flush-mounting box Surface mounting = on the surface of a wall or ceiling

Niko dimmer switch for Hue system

With this wireless and battery-free dimmer switch, you can effortlessly operate Philips Hue lamps. Determine in the Philips Hue app what each button must do (switching on and off, dimming, activating scene settings). No wall breaking or cable installation is needed. The dimmer switch can be mounted on a European flush-mounting box, screwed onto a wall (screws not included) or glued to a flat surface with double-sided adhesive strips (included). Please note that Philips Hue Bridge v2 is required and not included.

Niko dimmer switch, KNX®

This wireless and battery-free dimmer switch in Niko design can operate as a switch, a dimmer, a roller shutter control or a scene selector in a KNX® system. This dimmer switch works together with the KNX® wireless media coupler (360-33001) who transmits the KNX® commands to the KNX® bus. This allows you to easily extend a KNX® system without breaking walls or installing extra cables. Configure the dimmer switch buttons with the ETS software that is available on the KNX® Association website together with the KNX® programming adapter (360-39001). The following communication objects can be linked to the buttons: single channel, dimming and shutter control. The supported functions are: on, off, toggle, up, down, darker, brighter, scene number, send value in percentage, in angle, in 2 bits, in 8 bits. Up to six button combinations can be configured. The dimmer switch can be mounted into a European flush-mounting box, screwed onto a wall (screws not included) or glued to a flat surface with double-sided adhesive tape (included).

Niko dimmer switch, EnOcean®

With this wireless and battery-free dimmer switch in Niko design, you can remotely operate EnOcean® certified wireless receivers (e.g. presence detectors with EnOcean® interface). No wall breaking or cable installation is needed. The pairing procedure with a wireless receiver determines the function of each button. Up to four buttons can be configured. The dimmer switch can be mounted in a European flush-mounting box, screwed onto a wall (screws not included) or glued to a flat surface with double-sided adhesive strips (included).

Smart single switch with push button and RF extensions, 10 A

The smart switch has a switching contact to switch lighting on and off. It has a transmitter and receiver operating according to the Easywave protocol. If desired, extra controls can be added. These could be both classic wired push buttons and wireless controls according to the Easywave protocol. By doing so, it can effortlessly replace any traditional single, multiway, or intermediate switching. This makes the smart switch especially suitable for renovation projects or listed building interiors in which drilling or channelling work should be avoided. Please note, the only condition for the use of the smart switch is the presence of the neutral conductor in the flush-mounting box where the smart switch will be placed. Besides being able to switch its own contact, the smart switch is also able to switch other receivers operating according to the Easywave protocol. This function can also be incorporated in a scene setting/preset. In doing so, you can switch all lighting included in the scene setting/preset with one push of the button. It is fitted with a feedback LED of which the behaviour can be adapted to the needs of the user.

Smart double switch with push button and RF extensions, 2 x 10 A

The smart switch has two switching contacts of 10 A each (in total max.16 A) to switch lighting on and off. It has a transmitter and receiver operating according to the Easywave protocol. If desired, extra controls can be added. These could be both classic wired push buttons and wireless controls according to the Easywave protocol. By doing so, it can effortlessly replace any traditional single, multiway, or intermediate switching. This makes the smart switch especially suitable for renovation projects or listed building interiors in which drilling or channelling work should be avoided. Please note, the only condition for the use of the smart switch is the presence of the neutral conductor in the flush-mounting box where the smart switch will be placed. Besides being able to switch its own contact, the smart switch is also able to switch other receivers operating according to the Easywave protocol. This function can also be incorporated in a scene setting/preset. In doing so, you can switch all lighting included in the scene setting/preset with one push of the button. It is fitted with a feedback LED of which the behaviour can be adapted to the needs of the user.

Wireless media coupler, KNX®

This wireless KNX® media coupler allows you to easily extend a KNX® system using one or more battery-free Niko dimmer switches KNX® (360-31001). The KNX® wireless media coupler is connected to and powered by the KNX® bus. It is configured via the ETS software that is available on the KNX® Association website.

Smart universal push-button dimmer with RF transmitter and receiver, 3 – 200 W, 2-wire

The smart dimmer is suitable for dimming resistive, inductive and capacitive loads as well as dimming dimmable halogen and LED lamps. It has a transmitter and receiver operating according to the Easywave protocol. If desired, extra controls can be added. These could be both wired push buttons and wireless controls according to the Easywave protocol. The smart dimmer is connected with a 2-wire system and does not need a neutral conductor. By doing so, it can effortlessly replace an existing single, multiway, or intermediate switching. It is highly suitable for the expansion of existing electrical installations where drilling or channelling work is not permitted or to avoid complicated cabling. The smart dimmer can not only dim its own load but can also control other dim receivers which operate according to the Easywave protocol. It can also be incorporated in a scene setting which can be activated via a wireless control. The dimmer has a feedback LED of which the operation can be set.

Wireless receiver for motor control, for flush mounting

This mini receiver with switching contact (4 A/230 Vac) is used to control roll-down shutters or venetian/vertical blinds. The receiver can be operated by both wall-mounted and hand-held transmitters in a dual-button mode for the roll-down shutter functions (open, stop and close) or in a dual-button mode for the rotation of the vertical blinds. Thanks to its limited dimensions, it is easily flush mounted.

Wireless hand-held transmitter with 4 channels and 13 action buttons

With this hand-held transmitter, you control a maximum of 52 circuits, independent of one another, but dependent on the receiver settings. You use the hand-held transmitter for one-key, two-key and four button functions. The operation status and channel selection is indicated with LEDs. This hand-held transmitter cannot be used in Niko Home Control installations.

Wireless 2-channel transmitter with Easywave protocol

The wireless two-channel transmitter is suitable for flush mounting and may only be used to control wireless receivers. By using this two-channel transmitter, you can expand the switching function of existing switches or push buttons via a receiver. The two-channel transmitter checks whether a switch/push button is live and transmits the corresponding code (A, B, C or D) to the wireless receiver, which in turn switches the consumer. This wirelesss two-channel transmitter cannot be used in Niko Home Control installations.

Universal wireless 1-channel dimmer, single pole, for flush mounting

The universal wireless one-channel dimmer (single-pole) is suitable for flush mounting and may only be used to switch wirelessly and dim lights up to a maximum of 250 W. You can also directly connect a fixed N.O. push button to this dimmer. With a wireless push button or a hand-held transmitter (one- or two-button control) connected to the dimmer, the lighting is always gradually switched on and off and dimmed up and down. To switch or to dim the lighting locally, you can also connect a fixed N.O. push button to the dimmer. The integrated electronic short-circuit, overload and overheating protection guarantees maximum safety during use. The dimmer may not be used to switch or to dim electric motors.

Wireless 1-channel receiver, for flush mounting

The wireless Easywave receiver with 230 V two-way switching contact (one-channel) is suitable for flush mounting and may only be used as a wireless Easywave control in combination with small electrical loads. This wireless Easywave receiver can be switched in one of the following three working modes: two modes for the on-off function and pulse mode. You can operate the receiver using either wireless Easywave push buttons (410-0000X) or hand-held Easywave transmitters.

Wireless repeater

The repeater is used in installations with insufficient range and has two operating modes: cascade and defined mode. When using up to three repeaters in cascade mode, the range can be extended by up to three times. In defined mode, a maximum of 32 control points can be learned. An indication LED flashes when a command is received or sent. The repeater does not work for motor control and dimmers (because you have to press and hold the button for a long time).

1-channel flush-mounting wireless receiver, single pole

This mini receiver equipped with a single-pole switching contact (10 A/230 Vac) is used to switch the lighting. The receiver operates both with wall transmitters and hand-held transmitters in a one- or two-button mode. Its limited dimensions make it perfectly suitable for flush mounting.

1-channel flush mounting wireless receiver, single pole, potential free

This mini receiver is provided with a single-pole, potential-free switching contact (6 A) and has a specific pulse mode for controlling a bell, dimmer, motor... Wireless transmitters can be connected to this receiver. Its limited dimensions make it perfectly suitable for flush mounting.

External antenna for 410-0035X

External antenna for wireless applications. Connectable to modules 410-00351 and 410-00352. The external antenna has a connection which makes reception in a metal cabinet possible. The connection cable of the external antenna is 3 meters long.

External antenna for 05-336

The external antenna is suitable for use with all modular wireless Niko receivers and enables the reception of wireless signals in a metal electrical cabinet. The antenna is provided with a connection cable (3 m) and a connector. To be used in combination with the wireless 2-channel receiver, IP66, for surface mounting (05-336).

Plug-through socket with wireless receiver

This plug-through socket equipped with a single-pole switching contact (10 A) has three different modes: classic switching function (on/off), teleruptor and delayed off (7 min, time not adjustable).

Plug-through socket with wireless receiver and side earthing

This plug-through socket equipped with a single-pole switching contact (10 A) has three different modes: classic switching function (on/off), teleruptor and delayed off (7 min, time not adjustable). Wireless transmitters can be connected to this socket.

Wireless hand-held transmitter with 5 channels and 3 action buttons

This hand-held transmitter controls a maximum of fifteen circuits independently (depending on the settings of the receivers) and can be used for one-, two- or four-button functions. Visual feedback of the channel selection and control via LEDs. In combination with the USB RF interface for Niko Home Control (410-00099), the hand-held transmitter can also be used in Niko Home Control installations.

Wireless 2-channel receiver for motor control

This 2-channel receiver for DIN-rail mounting is controlled wirelessly via radio frequency. It has two outputs, each with two 6 A / 230 V changeover contacts and a connection for an external antenna (410-00359). You use the module to open, close or stop roll-down shutters and venetian blinds. The terrace function makes it possible to lock the closing direction of one or more outputs, thereby preventing getting locked out unintentionally.

Programming adapter, KNX®

This programming adapter allows you to provide the KNX® wireless and battery-free dimmer switch (360-31001) with energy during commissioning. Connect the programming adapter to the KNX® dimmer switch and configure the functions of the buttons using the ETS software that is available on the KNX® Association website. The adapter requires two AAA batteries (not included).

Wireless window or door contact

The wireless window or door contact (transmitter) is used to control wireless receivers. The magnetic contact transmits the status of objects via wireless signals to a wireless receiver. If the window or door is opened or closed, an Easywave code is transmitted, and the connected, wireless receiver switches, depending on the set operating mode. A battery, mounting bracket with magnet, and a mounting set are included. In combination with the USB RF interface for Niko Home Control (410-00099), the wireless window or door contact can also be used in Niko Home Control installations.

Wireless 2-channel receiver, IP66, for surface mounting

The two-channel receiver for surface mounting is provided with two switching contacts (10 A/230 V) (two-way contact and single-pole contact) and two push-button inputs. The receiver can be controlled without any wiring or via local push buttons. If the receiver is used as a roll-down shutter or ventilation control, there are five specific modes for setting the roll-down shutter functions (open, stop and close) or the different ventilation speeds. When used as a motor control, both contacts are used for one motor. The receiver can only be connected to one phase. The switching contacts cannot be used for safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits.