Danler's CBU-MOD17M Casambi sensor

This 17-meter-wide looking sensor is connected to the main unit by means of a cable, so that the installation opening can be small. The box where you put 230V voltage is actually nothing more than a 12VDC power supply that feeds the actual sensor through an RJ connector or; the sensor itself works on a 12VDC voltage


Danler's CBU-MOD17M ends up in the SENSORS field in the Casambi app;


You connect the supplied power supply to 230VAC. The power supply supplies 12VDC to the sensor. In the Casambi app you can link scenes to the motion sensor and you can see if there is movement. The current Lux value is always displayed and can be used in the DAYLIGHT CONTROL;


Danlers CBU-MOD17M;



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Below we show you how to program a motion sensor Danlers CBU-MOD17M. In the field SENSORS you will find the sensor, of course there may be several sensors.


You will now see that the sensor is not in use, and since you want to program it, click on that line;


Now click again;

Swisspir LIGA.AIR.SP.CUBE programming step 3

In our example we are now going to program the sensor to activate a pre-made scene with MOTION;

Swisspir LIGA.AIR.SP.CUBE programming step 4

Now click on the line SCENES PRESENCE;

Swisspir LIGA.AIR.SP.CUBE programming step 5

Select the scene (s) to be executed during movement (It is possible to have several scenes executed simultaneously);

Swisspir LIGA.AIR.SP.CUBE programming step 6

Now click on DONE

Swisspir LIGA.AIR.SP.CUBE programming step 7

Click on DONE again;

Swisspir LIGA.AIR.SP.CUBE programming step 8

Click on BACK;


You are now done and you will see your scene under the icon;