Z-Wave Plus flush-mounted, 1-way Universal Dimmer from Qubino - ZMNHDD1 with Power Metering feature.
This flush-mounted dimmer module can be used for dimming of light or to manage the speed of fan.
Supports control of Low Voltage halogen bulb with electronic transformer and dimmable Compact Fluorescent light. Qubino dimmer supports also the Classical Incandescent lights, halogen lamps operated by 230VAC (High Voltage Halogen) and dimmable LED lights.
- Communicates via Z-Wave Plus RF (868,42 MHz)
- Range: up to 50m free field, up to 30m in buildings
- Group for Association: 11 (Group 1 support 1 node, Group 2 - 11 support 16 nodes)
- For ohmic, inductive and capacitive loads, e.g. incandescent lamps, dimmable wound transformers, dimmable electronic transformers, dimmable LED and CFL lamps (Do not connect any mixed loads)
- With memory function of the last lighting level settings
- Module supports mono-stable and bi-stable switches (input I1, I2, I3)
- Module supports NO and NC contact type (input I2, I3)
- Dimmer type: Trailing edge (bidirectional MOSFET switch)
- Load: 140W (230V AC); 21W (24V DC) (for resistive loads)
- Load for fan motor: Max 100W mono-phase asynchronous motor
- Power Metering feature
- Power measurement accuracy: ±2W
- Power consumption: 0,7W
- Temperature control via connected DS18B20 sensor (optional)
- Support for temperature sensor offset settings
Attention! This dimmer module also suitable for dimming of low-voltage halogen lighting, CFL tube lamps and LED based lamps.
The dimmer does not work for every installation, because not every transformer, CFL or LED can be dimmed. Dimmable electronic transformers, CFLs and LEDs as standard is marked as "DIMMABLE".
Non compatible light device may work but is likely can produce light flickering and (or) an audible humming or buzzing noise when dimmed. This noise and (or) flickering is usually a symptoms of internal stress, which in turn can cause failure of the connected device or dimmer. Add 20-30% to the total lamp wattage on a transformer circuit or 50% on LEDs circuit. This provides a margin for transformer and LEDs losses when calculating circuit loadings.