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Operating devices for controlling eNet SMART HOME

There are four different control options for the Gira eNet SMART HOME system. All the functions of eNet can be easily and intuitively controlled via the app, with wireless operating top units, manually or via wall transmitters. The various operating devices are shown below.

Control your building technology while on the move with the eNet SMART HOME app

The eNet SMART HOME app is intuitive and makes it fun to manage your home. The controls are always the same – whether you are at home or on the move with remote access activated. With the app, it is possible to activate individual functions and configure various timers, including astro function, scenes and if-then rules. All helping to make life in your home even more agreeable.

Combine individual functions to create scenes

Lowering the blinds while dimming the lights to create the perfect atmosphere for a film night – no problem with the eNet SMART HOME app: Simply create a scene and define which function should be triggered in which room by which device.

Activate functions individually or collectively

All functions can be activated individually or collectively. You are thus not limited to switching on a single light: If you hear suspicious noises at night, you can switch on all the lights in the house and garden as a deterrent.

If-then rules*

A function is activated automatically if a certain event occurs. If, for example, the outside brightness has reached a certain value, the light switches off automatically to save energy. Or if the sunlight becomes too intense, the blinds go down and the room stays cool.

Configure precise values

Lights, awnings and blinds can be set with absolute precision. For example, the slats of the bathroom blinds can be set to a position that allows sunlight to pass through while guaranteeing privacy. The light can be dimmed to the desired value to create a cosy ambience.

Room overview

The room overview shows which functions are active in which room, even when you are on the move. If you can't remember whether you left the light on, just look in the app – and turn it off if necessary.

Manage access rights

Not everyone in the home needs or should have access to everything – this is especially important in households with children. With the eNet SMART HOME app, you can define who gets which access rights. So you can ensure, for example, that settings are not unintentionally changed.

Switching and dimming lights wirelessly

A brief tap switches the light on or off. Longer contact dims the light continuously: If the top part of the rocker is pressed, the light becomes brighter; if the bottom is pressed, the light becomes dimmer. The LED display signals the On/Off state and learning mode. Conventional Gira switching/dimming top units can be exchanged easily and replaced with Gira eNet wireless operating top units.

Controlling blinds wirelessly

The eNet wireless blind control button enables blinds to be conveniently controlled via wireless actuators with just a single touch. It offers a high level of operating convenience thanks to the bi-directional Gira eNet system: The LED display signals the raising and lowering of the blinds, as well as the learning mode. Conventional Gira control buttons can be exchanged easily and replaced with Gira eNet control buttons.

The easiest way to switch
and dim wirelessly

Existing switches or buttons, e.g. from System 2000 for light or blind control, can be replaced with eNet wireless operating top units. Simply remove the existing operating top unit and replace it with the eNet wireless operating top unit.

Easily controlling up to six functions

Wall transmitters are available in 1-gang and 3-gang versions. In principle, all wall transmitters have the same functions and are differentiated by the number of buttons. The buttons/rockers are assigned fixed functions – up to six functions can be used in a 3-gang wall transmitter because the rockers can be controlled on both the left and the right.

Calling up programmed default settings

Scenes are programmed default settings, enabling the user to create a suitable lighting mood in the living room, while simultaneously lowering the blinds, for example – and all at one press of a button. Scenes make it possible to set and save default settings and call them up again at the press of a button using entire groups of actuators (receivers for lights or blinds). To use the scenes function, a transmitter that can trigger scene telegrams is required. This can be any eNet wireless transmitter that is set to 'Scenes' operating mode. The scene numbers are factory preset in the hand-held transmitters and wall transmitters.

Always wherever they are needed

The wireless wall transmitter is notable for its particularly slimline design. This means that the device can be adhered directly to smooth surfaces such as glass and wood without any additional housing. Regardless of the mains connections, it can be attached wherever switches and buttons are needed. With the wireless wall transmitter, previously installed switches and switch combinations can also be expanded with no fuss or mess to include additional switches and buttons.

Gira eNet wireless hand-held transmitter

Gira eNet wireless hand-held transmitters enable convenient operation of building technology. Lights can be switched and dimmed, blinds can be controlled or various scenes can be called up using large operating buttons. The wireless hand-held transmitter is available in four variants – from simple to multi-functional.

Gira eNet wireless hand-held transmitter 1-gang, 2-gang, and 4-gang

The eNet system can be controlled conveniently with the eNet wireless hand-held transmitters. Featuring one large operating button, the compact battery-operated 1-gang wireless hand-held transmitter is the easy-to-handle remote control for all light and blind actuators. The 2-gang wireless hand-held transmitter transmits switching, dimming and blind adjustment commands using four buttons, two of which belong to each operating channel. The 4-gang wireless hand-held transmitter has the same functions as the 2-gang hand-held transmitter, but features two more operating channels. Alternatively, it can call up additional scenes in scene mode. For all hand-held transmitters, the signal transmission and actuator status are indicated by a two-colour LED.

Gira eNet wireless hand-held transmitter Multi

The Gira eNet wireless hand-held transmitter Multi provides a convenient user interface via the display, which shows the particular status of actuators and enables numerous functions. With the hand-held transmitter, the light and blind functions can be called up individually, in groups, or as a scene. The hand-held transmitter has 24 function channels and 16 scene channels. They can be clearly designated using free-text names and organised in individual, clear lists. Operation is performed using buttons and the menu control. The hand-held transmitter Multi cannot be used in an eNet SMART HOME project, but only in an eNet project.

Gira G1 eNet SMART HOME client

Controlling all areas of the personal eNet SMART HOME system from home with the Gira G1: The intelligent central operating unit enables intuitive access to all functions. The Gira G1 eNet client fits perfectly in your rooms with a design that is both future oriented and simple.

Gira eNet wireless operating top units

The wireless operating top units from the Gira eNet system are easy to mount and can make conventional electrical installations suitable for wireless operation. Components from other systems can be integrated too. The functions of existing touch dimmers or inserts for blind control are added to the eNet system by means of easily installed top units and can thus be controlled wirelessly.

Gira eNet wireless wall transmitter

Battery-operated eNet wireless wall transmitters can be conveniently placed exactly wherever switches or buttons are required, regardless of the mains connections – whether fixed to a wall with screws or conveniently attached to smooth surfaces such as glass panes with adhesive strips. Two-colour LEDs indicate successful signal transmission and the status of the actuator.