On the buzzer
by Fabian Peters | 7/13/2018
A classic of German industrial design celebrates its 50th birthday: The LS 990 by Jung was the first modern light switch.
|Categories:||Electrical installations › Switches / Sockets › Dimmers › Rotary dimmers|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Heating control systems|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Blinds / Shutter control systems|
|Electrical installations › Building control systems › Light control systems|
|Entertainment electronics › Room control units|
The KNX rotary sensor is used for controlling dimming, switching, and blind actuators, as well as for adjusting the target value of a temperature controller. The KNX rotary sensor follows the well-known operating concept of a rotary dimmer with incremental encoder. The rotary sensor has three extension inputs for connecting conventional, potential-free contacts of switches, buttons, and magnetic contacts. A beeper generates a confirmation tone or signals an alarm.
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