This shutter control allows you to drive your shutters, awnings, screens and blinds up and down. You can use motors with a max. power output of up to 500VA.
This component features a connection for motors and two connections for controls (inputs for switches or push buttons). The connected buttons can also be used to control groups of lights or activate scenarios.
€ 149,- incl. VAT.
1 shutter control
2 operating elements (push-buttons)
Output (End Device)
230V~, 50Hz, 500VA
End device power: max. 500VA
The shutter control J1 can flush-mountedly be placed behind any socket, behind any light switch or into a wall or ceiling outlet — You will not have to replace any existing switches or sockets. Only unconventional switches, e.g. those installed in bus-systems (KNX/EIB) are incompatible. Being amongst the flattest in-wall modules, if not the flattest available on the market today, installation comes very easy.
Due to the resilient and innovative radio controlled technology there are no special skills needed when installed. This solution not only makes it ideal for new buildings but also for redevelopments and renovations. Additional components can be added and perfectly integrated into your smart home by and by.
Certifications and Environmental Contribution
Installation should only be performed by a qualified electrician. There is a risk of electric shock. Electrical shock can result in death lead. Prior to installation, enable voltage and cover live parts. Opening the unit or other devices interventions void the warranty.
Note regarding Philips hue
Even though the Philips hue bridge/app currently supports the Zigbee 3.0 standard, not all device types are displayed in the hue app. For the time being only our ubisys D1(-R) can be controlled with the hue app – our products S1(-R), S2(-R) and J1(-R) unfortunately not. When and to what extent the hue app will support other ubisys products is beyond our knowledge. Our ubisys Gateway G1 as well as our components C4, D1(-R), S1(-R) and S2(-R) can control Philips hue illuminants, though.