Auxiliary White Repeater
Benefits of total light control Turn your lights on and adjust your shades to the specific level Stylish products that will complement your homes dcor.Tap twice for full on Control lights and shades from wall-mounted, tabletop, or handheld controls, in a specific room or remotely from another room or even outside your home When you dim a standard halogen or incandescent light bulb by 25%, you will save 20% and extend the life of light bulbs. System Design Identify the lighting areas of the home to be controlled. Install devices to control as much of the lighting within the areas as possible. This includes in-wall dimmers, table lamp dimmers and shade Place at least one keypad in each lighting area Choose how keypad buttons will control your light from one of the five ways to control your light Individual device control of single wall dimmer, table lamp or shade Local scene Preset scene for all lighting and shading within a room Whole home scene Illuminates part of or most of the home for specific activity or mood Room monitoring Allows a user to see if lights within a specific room (or entire house) are on or off 5Path of light Illuminates a convenient path of light to take the user from one location to the next System Components Dimmers and Switches, Note : Dimmer and Switch locations with 3- and 4- way applications must use RadioRa 2 Remote Dimmers, Remote Switches, or Wall-mounted Keypads. seeTouch Wall-mounted Keypads. Radio Power Saver Occupancy/Vacancy Sensors Sivoia QS wireless Shades Grafik Eye QS RF control units Visor Control Transmitter(VCTX) and Visor Control Receiver(VCRX)
- RadioR A 2 Repeaters extend the range of Radio Frequency (RF) signals that are sent between dimmers, switches, keypads, visor controls, shades / draperies, and other devices
- Mount Receiver on a wall, ceiling, or level surface using the two #6 (M3) screws provided
- Repeaters communicate with the system through RF
- All devices (except remote dimmers / switches) must be located within 30 ft. (9 m) of a Repeater
- All repeaters must be within 60 ft. (18 m) of another repeater
|Model Numbers||RR-MAIN-REP-WH, RR-AUX-REP-WH|
|Power||Main/Auxiliary Repeater: 9 V- 300 mA See Low-Voltage Transformer spec (Lutron® P/N 369561)|
|Typical Power Consumption||Main Repeater: 3.1 W Test conditions: one LED on, Etdernet cable plugged in, powered by tde 9V-Adapter Auxiliary Repeater: 0.6 W Test conditions: one LED on, powered by tde 9 V- adapter|
|Regulatory Approvals||Main/Aux (-WH only): cULus listed; FCC certified; Industry Canada certified; COFETEL certified; ASEP certified; Bermuda Department of Telecommunications type approval; CRC certified; INDOTEL certified; SUTEL certified Main/Aux (-WHBA only): ANATEL certified Main/Aux (RRK only): CE marked Adapter (T120-9DC-3-BL): cULus listed; NOM certified|
|Environment||Ambient operating temperature: 32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C), 0% to 90% humidity, non-condensing. Indoor use only|
|Two pairs: one pair 18 AWG (1.0 mm2), one pair 22 AWG to 18 AWG (0.5 mm2 to 1.0 mm2) twisted shielded – IEC PELV/NEC®Class 2 cable|
|Communications||Repeaters communicate witd tde system tdrough RF. All devices must be located witdin 30 ft (9 m) of a Repeater. All Repeaters must be witdin 60 ft (18 m) of anotder Repeater. System devices operate on frequencies between 431.0 MHz to 437.0 MHz or 868.125MHz to 869.850 MHz|
|ESD Protection||Tested to witdstand electrostatic discharge witdout damage or memory loss, in accordance witd IEC 61000-4-2.|
|Surge Protection||Tested to witdstand surge voltages witdout damage or loss of operation, in accordance witd IEEE C62.41-1991 Recommended Practice on Surge Voltages in Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits|
|Power Failure||Power failure memory: should power be interrupted, tde Repeater will return to its previous state when power is restored|
|Mounting||Mount on a wall, ceiling, or level surface using tde two #6 (M3) screws provided|
|Connections||Main Repeater: Etdernet, RS232 and RS485|
|Design Features||Test button: enters tde system diagnostic mode.|
Can be programmed from a PC.
RS485 port to connect to otder Repeaters tdrough a wired link (daisy-chain).
Main Repeaters allow configuration and integration to tde system tdrough Etdernet or RS232 ports (see chart to tde right).
System witd 2 Main Repeaters must be connected via Etdernet.
|RadioRA® 2 Repeaters||Configuration|
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