Bluetooth dimmer CBU-TED from Casambi

Casambi CBU-TED is a 150VA phase-cutting tronic dimmer that can easily be placed in a wall box under a switch or concealed in a central box. You can insert both solid core and flexible core into the resilient connection terminals. Be careful not to connect old-fashioned transformers.


Casambi CBU-TED is standard in the app with the profile 'CBU-TED' which relates to a specific dimming curve. You can also choose other profiles, you will find them under the tab "PROFILES".

Display in the Casambi app of a CBU-TED

The Casambi CBU-TED dimmer must be connected to 230V, directly to the mains or behind an on-off switch. The maximum current at the output may be 0,65 Amps, with the maximum power being 150VA.
(150VA (Volt-ampere) is not necessarily the same as 150Watt. It is the power factor (Cosinus phi) that makes the difference, read more in our blog)

The app offers various options to achieve a correct operating method. For example, you can use the "SMART SWITCH" function, or you can easily link CBU-TED via a Bluetooth link to an Enocean switch from, for example, Jung, Gira, Busch Jaeger or another keypad such as a Casambi door contact.

The N-terminals of CBU-TED can be viewed as internally connected. You may therefore use the outgoing N, but you do not necessarily have to if you prefer to use the N in the central box;

Connection diagram Casambi CBU-TED

By default, CBU-TED is supplied with the profile "CBU-TED" which stands for a specific dimming curve. If desired, you can change the profile just before adding CBU-TED to the network. If you have already added CBU-TED to your network and you want to change the profile, you must first unlink it.

Change profile Casambi CBU-TED

Casambi CBU-TED is delivered as follows;

Package contents Casambi CBU-TED

Below is the PDF of CBU-TED.     PDF not displayed correctly? you can download it here