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Z-Wave Qubino Flush Relay x 2 Plus

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New Qubino Flush Relay Plus - Z-Wave Plus with new features

The Qubino Flush 2 Relay Plus is a two channel Z-Wave switch capable of controlling two independent appliance or light circuits up to a maximum load of 4A each. It fits into an existing light switch enabling you to wirelessly control appliances as well as measuring their power consumption.

Dual On/Off Flush Relay Switch

Double relay switch capable of operating a two loads of up to 4A each.

  • Requires 3-wire (including neutral) installation - further information is in our 2-wire/3-wire guide
  • Works with AC or DC power supply (110-230V AC or 24-30V DC)

Extra Features

The Qubino Flush 2 Relay Plus includes extra features to make it even more useful in your home automation system.

Power Monitoring

The Relay monitors the power being used by your appliance and reports actual power (Watts) and total consumption (kWh) - helping you control and reduce your energy bills.

Temperature Sensor

Using an optional temperature sensor, the Qubino Relay can report the temperature to your system - you can use this to control heating, blinds and ventilation systems.

NOTE: The Relay Plus has different wiring for the external switches, read the manual before starting wiring - especially if you have used earlier versions of the Qubino relays

Z-Wave Plus

The Qubino Flush 2 Relay Plus is Z-Wave Plus Certified. Z-Wave Plus (5th Generation Z-Wave) offers a lot of new features including increased range, extended battery life and Over The Air upgrading (OTA). Take a look at our "What is Z-Wave Plus" guide for more information

Technical Details

  • Wireless: Z-Wave Plus (868.42MHz)
  • Voltage: 110 - 240V, 50Hz or 24 - 30V DC
  • Load: 2x 920W (4A resistive @ 230V AC), 96W (4A resistive @ 24V DC)
  • Contacts: Double relay contact
  • Power Accuracy: ±3W (@ < 50W), ±3% (@ > 50W)
  • Power Consumption: < 0.7W
  • Operating Temperature: -10 to +40°C
  • Range: up to 50m (outdoors) and 30m (indoors)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 42 x 37 x 17mm
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Excellent product
Very easy to set up and use, mine is set to control two sets of LED lights to come on and off at different times and does the job very well.
24 Aug 2016
1 year ago
Works out of the box on Vera Plus
Used the Qubino Flush Relay X 2 to control 2 outside lighting circuits on my house using the Vera Plus. Very happy with the result as no issues installing or with Vera. I'd probably use these now for future installations over the fibaro with Vera.
27 Apr 2016
1 year ago
Excellent product
Excellent product now they are switching lives not neutrals. I couldn't understand why the early units were like that as they had limited use in the UK.
17 Mar 2016
1 year ago
Works perfectly
No messing around, install, learn and it works. Nothing more.
14 Nov 2015
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Why did you choose this?
Vesternet Store
Small size - very thin
Jan T. 4 Oct 2016
Small size - very thin
Jan T. 4 Oct 2016
Using it to turn on two different fans to reduce temperature of the home automation PC and the network devices in the loft.
Nigel P. 14 Aug 2016
Using it to turn on two different fans to reduce temperature of the home automation PC and the network devices in the loft.
Nigel P. 14 Aug 2016
Purchased this to switch and control two kitchen lights with Homeseer. After a little messing about with Homeseer (I had to exclude it and then re add it again), Homeseer added all seven child devices correctly and it works well. Homeseer version 3 pro used with a UZB z-wave usb stick.
Stephen W. 11 Jul 2016
Always used Fibaro before. It decided to try Qubino because it's Z-Wave plus, monitors power usage and also has the ability to did a temperature sensor. Sounds to good to be true for the same price as Fibaro!
Huw T. 16 Apr 2016
Excellent. Trouble free operation straight out of the box. Would highly recommend
ian m. 16 Apr 2016
Present fo rson
Sharon W. 10 Dec 2015
Need multiple loads controlled from a single uk switch. No need to replace currrent switches with non standard ones that look out of place compared to the rest of the house.
Lee W. 14 Aug 2016
Need multiple loads controlled from a single uk switch. No need to replace currrent switches with non standard ones that look out of place compared to the rest of the house.
Lee W. 14 Aug 2016
This is needed to control lights.
Antti T. 18 Jul 2016
This is needed to control lights.
Antti T. 18 Jul 2016
Z-wave plus compatibility
Chris M. 17 May 2016
Happy to add these to my growing home system!
Anthony W. 16 Apr 2016
Qubino relay include also temperature sensor option
Guest A. 9 Apr 2016
It is 5th Gen
Ian H. 8 Dec 2015
Is it possible to use these to control a 240v relay without chatter? We tried this by altering parameters 11,12 and 15 but were not successful. Any advice appreciated.
Sean M. 24 Aug 2017
Why do these show as requiring a fuse whereas other like the Fibaro do not show this as a requirement in the wiring diagrams?
Mark C. 21 Jun 2017
Can this be connected to two bell-push switches, to activate two lighting scenes? The lights would be powered by other zwave modules (dimmers), so these would purely be used to trigger the scenes.
Barrie W. 13 Jun 2017
Does anyone know if this unit is stable with HomeSeer? I have a couple of the Fibaro Dual Relay units but their status reporting is flaky at best and I cannot rely on them. - Thanks!
Gordon O. 6 Feb 2017
In the manual it says 'Electrical installation must be protected by directly associated over current protection fuse 4A, gG or Time lag T....'. How can I do this?
Tuncay S. 26 Aug 2016
BEST ANSWER: The wiring guide in the user manual shows how to wire this -
is there a video demonstration on how to connect cables? official qubino videos does not show how to connect..
Tuncay S. 26 Aug 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi. There is no video that I am aware of. I purchased one of these to operate my motorised curtains but after a few days it stops working and I have to depower it for a few minutes before it will work again. I am currently trying to figure out if it's a fault or the way I have wired this unit. I had it wired so the curtain switch was on l1 and l2 and the curtain motor on q1 and q2. As the switch is push to break I'm wondering if this is confusing the device.
Can I turn on/off my lights with the existing switches? or do I need to control with controller application or via external switch?
Tuncay S. 27 Jul 2016
BEST ANSWER: This relay can have two switches wired to it inputs. This gives you manual control as well as wireless control. You can see this in the user manual on the 'Technical' tab. We don't have an application guide on the Qubino relays, but you can see the same principle in this guide for a Fibaro relay - Remember that all relays need neutral - so if you plan to install at the light switch, make sure you have neutral available.
I used these in the past with LED power supplies but unfortunately even though the static current was under 1 amp, after a while the power supply inrush current would weld the relay contacts closed. I put a thermistor in-line with the load to limit the inrush and Qubino said they were aware of this and working on a solution. Does anyone know if this problem has been fixed?
Steve 23 Jul 2016
can I connect the relay x2 plus to one momentary switch to control two loads at the same time? (Connect a switch to I1 and I2 to the same momentary switch, or just connect momentary switch to L1 and programme it to control Q1 and Q2)?
A P. 20 Jul 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's not something that we've tried ourselves but electrically I don't see a problem with it - all the Inputs I1 & I2 need is "pulling to Live". Hope that helps!
According to your 2-3 wire manual , 2 wire system is the most common one in Europe but most of your relay products are 3 wire system. How's that?
Tuncay S. 19 Jul 2016
BEST ANSWER: All relays need neutral, otherwise they would lose power when the switch contacts opened. This short guide explains why - You can use relays at the switch for lighting if you have neutral there (3-wire), if you don't have neutral (2-wire) then the Fibaro Dimmer 2 is the best solution as that works without neutral. We also explain all of this in this guide - Let me know if we can help you more on this subject.
how do you wire this on a 2wire 2switch system do you connect the N with each of the wires going to the lights?
ishaqinc 28 Jun 2016
BEST ANSWER: No. N is neutral, which isn't normally present at the light switch, so you'll need to wire one in ( normally from the ceiling rose. ) Also, if by 2 switch you mean two separate switches controlling the same light ( rather than two switches controlling DIFFERENT lights ) then you can't wire the relay in with the other switches because it's only a one way switch not a two way. The way to do it is this: If you have neutral and permanent live at the ceiling rose ( most do ) then mount the relay behind the rose and use the permanent live/neutral to power the relay ( L and N. ) Disconnect the switched live from your light fitting and instead connect it to I1 of the relay. Then, use the output Q1 of the relay to power the light fitting. If you want to use both relays to control two different light circuits, then it's probably easier to mount the relay where one set of switches are and feed a neutral from the ceiling rose... BUT you need to connect the relay to the switches that have the switched live to the lights wired in, because you need to disconnect those wires and feed them instead from Q1/Q2 ( and wire from the switch to I1/I2. ) Goes without saying that if you don't know what you're doing, don't even attempt it, get someone who does to do it. Also make sure the power's off ;)
Is this a repeater like the 1D model? If not what double relay would you recommend what is a repeater?
jbtibor 27 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes this relay acts as a repeater. In fact all Z-Wave mains-powered devices automatically act as repeaters, so any relay, dimmer or wall plug will repeat the Z-Wave signals.
Does this control 2 loads separately?
A P. 10 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: Depends on your controlling software......generally yes (I guess) No..... if you use Indigo because they haven't got around to updating Indigo so it will recognise the Qubino. They say they will once they have launched V7

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