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Z-Wave Fibaro Roller Shutter 3

by Fibaro
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£49.00
SKU FIBEFGR-223
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  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller
  • Supports Z-Wave network Security Modes: S0 with AES-128 encryption and S2
  • Authenticated with PRNG-based encryption
  • To be installed with roller blind motors with electronic or mechanical limit switches
  • Advanced microprocessor control
  • Active power and energy metering functionality
  • Works with various types of switches – momentary, toggle and dedicated roller blind switches
  • To be installed in wall switch boxes

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Roller Shutter 3

FIBARO Roller Shutter 3 is a new version of the radio-controller based on Z-Wave 5 technology. It works with motorized roller blinds, venetian blinds, awnings and gates. The Roller Shutter 3 is powered by a single-phase AC and provides precise positioning of blinds, awnings or gates so they can be set to the position you choose. The module is also equipped with a power metering feature when used with a FIBARO Home Center.

Thanks to Roller Shutter 3 any device that is powered by an AC electric motor can be remote controlled. The shutter control module allows precise positioning of motors with mechanical and electrical end switch. Furthermore, the device allows current monitoring.

Due to the control with conventional switch, per app or with preconfigured scenes you can make your life more comfortable. Even if you are already lying in bed, close your blinds comfortably without having to get up. The Roller Shutter 3 also contributes to safety. When you leave the house, you close all windows and shutters simply by pressing a single button.

The compact radio module is placed in a wall box right behind the normal switch. The switch is no longer directly connected to the load but acts as input device for the FIBARO insert that is controlling the load. The switch only sends control signal to the insert which controls the load then again. The solution works with all switch design. It’s recommended to use wall boxes with 65mm depth. But smaller boxes with only 45mm depth can be used also if there is enough space behind the switch. The available space depends on the size of the traditional switch, the dimensions of the wall box and the amount of additional cabling placed in this box.

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