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Casambi CBU-TED Bluetooth Controller

Casambi CBU-TED BLE Wireless - Casambi CBU-TED Bluetooth Controller


 
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Our Price: $49.00


Product Code: CBU-TED

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CBU-TED is a Bluetooth controllable, Casambi enabled trailing-edge dimmer for operation of incandescent lamps, dimmable LED lamps and dimmable LED control gear. It can be installed behind a traditional wall switch, inside a luminaire or into a ceiling outlet box. Maximum allowable ambient temperature must be observed. CBU-TED is able to control up to 150 W. The maximum permissible load varies according to different load types. CBU-TED can be controlled with Casambi app, available for iOS and Android devices, as well as with traditional wall switches. The Casambi app can be downloaded free of charge from Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Different Casambi enabled products can be used as a simple one luminaire direct control to a complete and full featured light control system where up to 127 units form automatically an intelligent mesh network.

Technical Data
  • Input Voltage range: 85-240 VAC Frequency: 50-60 Hz Max. mains current: 0,65 A No-load standby power: < 0,3 W

    Output Dimming method: trailing-edge phase control Max. output power: 150 W @ 230 VAC 75 W @ 120 VAC Max. output current: 0,65 A Min. load requirement: 1 W Max. inrush current: 10 A, 100 ms

    Radio transceiver Operating frequencies: 2,4...2,483 Ghz Maximum output power: +4 dBm

    Operating conditions: Ambient temperature, ta: -20...+45°C Max. case temperature, tc: +75°C Location of tc point: bottom side, underneath output connector Storage temperature: -25...+75°C Max. relative humidity: 0...80%, non-cond.

    Connectors: Wire range, solid & stranded: 0,5-1,5 mm2 16-20 AWG Wire strip length: 6-8 mm

    Mechanical data Dimensions: 40,4 x 36,3 x 14,0 mm Weight: 15 g Degree of protection: IP20 (indoor use only)


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