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Z-Wave Fibaro Universal Sensor
The Universal Binary Sensor is a wireless module allowing to improve the functionality of any wired sensor with a binary output by adding Z-Wave network communication. The module allows for wireless communication between the system and the DS18B20 temperature sensor. When used with the optional DS18B20 temperature sensor, the binary sensor can accurately measure temperature.
The Universal Binary Sensor can service up to 2 binary sensors and up to 4 temperature sensors.
The Universal Binary Sensor transforms every binary sensor (recognizes two conditions, such as smoke/no smoke) into a wireless sensor. The device is designed to be installed in the housing of a sensor or another device, whenever wireless collection of data from the wired sensors is required. In addition to sensor types like gas, water and smoke detectors, the radio module also integrates more flexible devices, such as alarm and measuring systems, into the smart home. All data from the systems and sensors is collected wirelessly and can be viewed centrally by the user via the user interface for the home automation system in place – for example using the Home Center 2.
If sensors detects too high smoke concentration, for instance, the home control system triggers a fire alarm and immediately opens the windows integrated in the network. The system is therefore always on hand as an emergency 'assistant’ in the smart home. The wireless connection between the devices and sensors enables you to make saves on your time and money during the installation, as no cables are needed to connect up the components.
- Inputs: 2 potential-free inputs, 1 digital single-wire input
- Outputs: 2 potential-free outputs
- Supports four temperature sensors including the DS18B20
- Output voltage: 36V DC / 24V AC ±5% (max)
- Output current: 150mA (max)
- Supply voltage: 9-30V DC ±10%
- Measurement Range: -55 to +126°C.
- Temperature of operation from -10 to 40°C.
- Dimensions: 14.5 x 27.3 x 12 mm (H x W x D)
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