ELECTRON DMR 733 (350VA) Casambi dimmer

Casambi Bluetooth dimmer that can be placed on a DIN rail. It is necessary to place an end support between the modules in order to release heat. If this is not possible, reduce the maximum power from 350VA to a 200VA. Be careful not to connect inductive old-fashioned transformers.

OVERVIEW OF CONFIGURATION ELECTRON_DMR733_DINRAIL_DIMMER_CASAMBI

This Electron Casambi dimmer is displayed as follows in the Casambi app as follows;

Display in the Casambi app of dimmer Electron DMR733

 

The maximum is 350VA if you leave space between the dimmers. However, if you place the dimmers against each other, you limit the power to 200VA.
(350VA (Volt-ampere) is not necessarily the same as 350Watt. It is the power factor (Cosinus phi) that makes the difference, read more in our blog)

The adjustment potentiometer on the dimmer itself (minimum dimming value 0-50%) continues to work. Example; if you set the minimum dimming value to 0% in the app, and you set the potentiometer to 50%, the lamp will not dim further than 50%.

The 'Push' input on the dimmer will continue to work, but if you are going to use it, the Casambi app will not recognize this, so you will not see anything change in the lamp field while your lamp is indeed dimming. If you then start dimming in the Casambi app again, the correct dimming value will be displayed again in the lamp field.

The N terminals of this unit are interconnected internally. So you may use the outgoing N, but you do not necessarily have to if you prefer to use the N in the central box and therefore only use the dim wire.

Connection diagram Electron DMR733


Electron DMR733 is shipped as follows;

Packing Electron DMR733


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